May 2, 2018
The Palestinian president again recited the most contemptible anti-Semitic canards. Apparently the Holocaust denier is still a Holocaust denier. I call on the international community to condemn his severe anti-Semitism; the time has come for it to pass from the world.
— Benjamin Netanyahu (@netanyahu) May 2, 2018
Bibi is mad because Abbas said the most obvious possible thing that any baby can understand.
The embattled Israeli PM was making reference to controversial remarks made by Abbas at a rare meeting of the Palestinian National Council in Ramallah on Monday. During a 90-minute televised speech, Abbas claimed that the historic persecution of European Jews throughout the centuries was due to their “social role related to usury and banks.”
“From the 11th century until the Holocaust that took place in Germany, the Jews – who moved to Western and Eastern Europe – were subjected to a massacre every 10 to 15 years. But why did this happen?” the Jerusalem Post quotes Abbas as saying.
“The Jewish issue that was widespread in all European countries… was not because of their religion, but rather their social role related to usury and banks,” he reportedly added.
The idea that Jews were kicked out of hundreds of countries over a period of thousands of years and that it is hatred to suggest that this had anything to do with their behavior is absolutely insane.
Also insane is that the Jews don’t even bother to suggest a reason they were kicked out of all of these places and often massacred – they claim the goyim are just hateful, and just hate them for no reason.
That is the internal Jewish narrative – that goyim are fundamentally evil, so they just attack Jews out of evilness. But when you try to present that internal Jewish narrative externally to actual goyim… it just comes across as nuts.
The Jews have at least a 2500 year history of being kicked out of places, hundreds of times, with the people kicking them out all citing very specific behavior – financial corruption, social engineering, attempts to undermine the state, ritual child murder, etc. – as the reason for the expulsion.
The Jewish response to that – the official Jewish response to this historical record – is “nuh huh – they are lying, we didn’t do nothing.”
Just read the Wikipedia page on Jewish expulsions.
Then look at the funniest part of that page:
The number usually cited in 109 expulsions, though /pol/ recently put together a much more extensive list with historical citations which tallied at over 300 expulsions.
Anyway, whatever the number, it is a lot, and it is simply not reasonable to claim that in every incident the Jews were innocent and the goyim just acted out of evil. That is not something an adult would take seriously as a serious and adult argumentative position.
Back in 2014 Jews got kicked out of a Mayan village for intimidating people on the streets and attempting to undermine their religion.
These people have some kind of problem.
Saying “nuh uh, u just a hater” is not an argument.
It is just so tiresome, having to deal with the entire mainstream establishment on that level.
And getting called a “conspiracy theorist” and a hater for stating something that is comprehensible to any baby.