henrymakow.com – Dec 5, 2018
Anti-Semitism today is what blasphemy used to be. Have Jews replaced God? A one thousand-year Reign of Darkness is Descending.
Judaism is a satanic cult which seeks to replace God with his “Chosen” i.e. the Masonic Jewish central bankers. Modern “cult-ure” is a Jewish solipsism based on the rejection of spiritual absolutes ( i.e. Truth, Beauty, Love = God.) The banksters supplant God and recreate reality, inverting morality and nature to achieve total control.
Anti-Semitism is a natural reaction that Jews should also embrace. It is anti-Satanism. If you’re not wary of those Jews (and Gentile Freemason atanists) who advance the banker agenda, you’re simply uninformed.
Disclaimer–Anti-Semitism is treated as though it were synonymous with genocide. It is not. No one is advocating or condoning genocide. Anti-Semitism is legitimate resistance to a pernicious political and social, occult agenda. Jews are victims of this agenda too. In a satanic cult, everyone is a victim. It’s hell on earth.
Not all Jews are the same. Some like myself are opposed to the gradual enslavement of humanity and triumph of Satanism.
“Hate” these days is often hared of evil. Shouldn’t we encourage and praise those who hate evil? What is happening to us?
We’re being dragged into a swamp by a malignant power.
by Henry Makow Ph.D. — Updated from August 17, 2004
In Prophets Without Honour (1979), author Frederic Grunfeld describes “a typically nasty”anti-Semitic incident encountered by Sigmund Freud on a train from Dresden to Leipzig in 1885.
The future “Father of Psychiatry” opened the window in his compartment and “became embroiled in an argument with fellow passengers who wanted it closed.”
Here is Freud’s account in a letter to his fiancée, Martha Bernays.
“While the discussion ensued and the man said he was prepared to open a ventilation slip instead of the window, there came a shout from the background: “He’s a dirty Jew!” —and with this the whole situation took on a different color. My first opponent also turned anti-Semitic and declared: “We Christians consider other people; you’d better think less of your precious self,” etc. and muttering abuses befitting his education, my second opponent announced that he was going to climb over the seats to show me, etc. I was quite prepared to kill him but he did not step up…” (p.19)
The author Grunfeld, presumably also Jewish, doesn’t see that Freud might have been in the wrong. He writes: “It was a ridiculous and puerile state of affairs that could compel young intellectuals…to be prepared to defend their honor with their fists.”
Grunfeld’s comment reflects the tendency of some Jews to attribute all criticism to a deep-seated irrational hatred. It implies Jews can do no wrong, a serious sign of collective immaturity. It also dehumanizes other people.
To say “We Christians consider other people…think less of your precious self” is not anti-Semitic. Agree or disagree, it is a legitimate grievance. It’s true the second opponent’s anti-Semitic outburst “colored” the situation and probably affected Freud’s reaction. But objectively, Freud was in the wrong. He should have considered the wishes of the other passengers before opening the window. When they protested, he should have acceded to their wishes.
Imagine the rest of that trip! Imagine the ill feeling. Now imagine if Freud had changed course immediately: accepted the validity of the complaint, apologized and rectified the situation. Instead of making enemies, I suspect he would have made friends.