|Ukrainian nationalists love Jews|
The ADL agreed.
As did the World Jewish Congress.
And the New York Times.
|"Death to the Jews" graffiti|
In fact, Israeli volunteers fought to overthrow Yanukovich.
The European Jewish Association disagrees.
And there are special courses organized to train local Jews to survive possible lynchings.
Israeli organizations have also sent specialists to train "threatened Jews".
In the meantime, a rabbi got stabbed in Kiev and "Holocaust" memorials were vandalized.
|"Holocaust" memorial with swastikas|
So which is it - is the new regime in power run by Jew-hating neo-Nazis, or is this is an invention of the Russian propaganda machine?
|Nazis don't exist in the Ukraine? Are these are all Russian agents?|
I don't know why so many folks are under the impression that Jews, especially Ashkenazim, are so smart. They strike me as completely delusional and their actions bordering on suicidal.
What is certain is that organized Jewry certainly does not give a damn about the well-being or safety of the average non-politicized Jew. In fact, the more Jews get assaulted or killed as a direct results of the criminally reckless policies of the leaders of organized Jewry - the better for the latter, as that just fuels their favorite myth about Gentiles being inherently and mysteriously anti-Jewish.
I am convinced that most of the so-called "anti-Semitism" out there is deliberately fueled by the 1%ers who are at the top of most Jewish organizations. Yet another reason not to fall into their trap and to categorically reject the crude and primitive anti-Jewish propaganda spewed by various racist groups or individuals and remember the words of Saint Paul "For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places" (Epistle to the Ephesians 6:12).
Still, I wonder what it would take for most Jews to realize that their real enemy is not the mythical "always anti-Semitic goy" but their own leaders...
Sadly, I am not holding my breath.