Jewish Intolerance of Criticism

henrymakow.com — August 15, 2014

Anger 2For a people who can dish it out, Jews sure can’t take criticism
Kevin MacDonald wrote this article in February 2009 when Israel was also bombarding Gaza.
It raises many interesting questions like:
1. Why are Jews so intolerant of criticism?
2. Is there such a thing as a “good Jew?” and are they welcome to join non-Jews in resisting Illuminati Jewish agenda?
3. Do Jews who want to be decent human beings have to renounce being Jewish?
4. Is there any point in dialogue with Zionist Jews?
5. How can humanity escape Illuminati Jewish tyranny?
But no man said anything about him [Jesus] openly for fear of the Jews. (John 7:13)

By Kevin MacDonald — Professor at California State University Long Beach (Abridged by henrymakow.com)

A topic that is not discussed enough is the screaming, in-your-face, hostile aggression that people must withstand when they dare to trample on Jewish sensibilities.
We are not talking about the sophisticated rationalization one sees in the op-ed pages of the mainstream media, or even the smear techniques of organizations like the ADL or the SPLC. We are talking about interpersonal aggression. There is something absolutely primal about it.

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