2 January, 2019

Jewish Behavior: the Difference Between a Jew and a Gentile

Posted by Socrates in Jewish 'stereotypes', Jewish arrogance, Jewish behavior versus White behavior, Jewish brain features, Jewish chosenness, Jewish complaining/whining/kvetching, Socrates at 4:11 pm | Permanent Link

Jews are the most difficult, most argumentative, most hard-to-please people on earth, hence the reason nobody likes them. Here’s one example for newbies. Scenario #2 actually happened at my Dad’s workplace some years ago, though not exactly with the same dialogue:

Scenario #1, Two Gentiles:
Gentile: “Here’s $20.00 as a little birthday present. I didn’t know what to get you. Go buy yourself something.”
Gentile co-worker: “Gee, thanks! I appreciate this!”

Scenario #2, Same Thing, But With a Gentile and a Jew:
Gentile: “Here’s $20.00 as a little birthday present. I didn’t know what to get you. Go buy yourself something.”
Jewish co-worker: “Hmmmm. You must be an anti-Semite after all.”
Gentile: “What are you talking about???”
Jew: “Why did you give me only $20.00? I’ll bet you, had I been a gentile, I would have gotten $30.00. And also, my birthday is today. You should have given me this money yesterday, because by the time I finish work today, all the stores will be closed and I won’t be able to buy myself anything…”


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