Ron Unz – Reasons for Anti Semitism Kept Hidden from Jews

henrymakow.com — Oct 12, 2018

(Jews do not want to understand that Judaism sets them in opposition to the rest of humanity. Click to enlarge

Jews do not want to understand that Judaism sets them in opposition to the rest of humanity. Click to enlarge

“The vast majority of quite ordinary Jews, who would normally behave in quite ordinary ways, are misled by this largely fictional history, and rather understandably become greatly outraged at all the horrible things that had been done to their suffering people, some of which are true and some of which are not, while remaining completely ignorant of the other side of the ledger.”  Ron Unz (Jewish software entrepreneur) 
This excerpt shows why Jews are clueless about anti-Semitism. Judaism is defined by Cabalism, which is Satanism and Communism. They are dedicated to supplanting God with their representative, Lucifer.
The inverting of reality: Sick is healthy, ugly is beautiful, lies are true and war is peace. Using Freemasonry, the destruction of Western Christian civilization is approaching a climax.

The Nature of Anti Semitism

by Ron Unz — (Excerpt by henrymakow.com)

unz-ronThe striking decline in Solzhenitsyn’s literary status in the West came just a decade or two after an even more precipitous collapse in the reputation of David Irving, and for much the same reason. Irving probably ranked as the most internationally successful British historian of the last one hundred years and a renowned scholar of World War II, but his extensive reliance on primary source documentary evidence posed an obvious threat to the official narrative promoted by Hollywood and wartime propaganda.
When he published his magisterial Hitler’s War, this conflict between myth and reality came into the open, and an enormous wave of attacks and vilification was unleashed, gradually leading to his purge from respectability and eventually even his imprisonment.

 

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