31 December, 2021

Jews: the People Who Invented Racism. Yet, They Accused the Nazis of Racism

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Jews were the first people on earth to claim superiority over all other humans, as their official doctrine, back before the time of Christ, who was born circa 2 BC, according to the narrative at least. The Jews were the world’s first official racists — so how odd that they are now “the monitors and fighters of racism” in the White Western world. In fact, Jewish groups “train” police officers in “recognizing and fighting racism.” Hilarious. What a racket! [1][2].

“Whatever else they believed, Jews have traditionally understood themselves to be — by hereditary line — special, intrinsically better than other people: they were divinely esteemed. The Old Testament stated it plainly:

“For you are people consecrated to the Lord your God: of all the peoples on earth the Lord your God chose you to be His treasured people.” [DEUTERONOMY 7:6].

— from the online book “When Victims Rule” [a .PDF file].


[1] Jews wrote the Old Testament, which was completed circa 500 BC. In fact, the Bible and the Jewish Torah share the same text: the five books of Moses: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers and Deuteronomy. The Jews are your kin, Christian! That sucks. Some kin, huh?? Arrogant, ugly, pickle-nosed freaks who have poop fixations.

[2] Here’s a Jewish professor on Jewish racism:

“Racism is itself a central doctrine in traditional Judaism and Jewish cultural history. The Hebrew Bible is blatantly racist, with all the talk about the seed of Abraham, the chosen people, and Israel as a light to the other nations. Orthodox Jews in their morning prayers still thank God daily that he did not make Jews ‘like the other peoples of the earth.’ If this isn’t racism, what is?”

— Prof. Norman F. Cantor, in his book “The Sacred Chain: The History of the Jews” (New York, HarperCollins, 1994), page 336. This is a good book. Dr. William Pierce recommended it.

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