[There’s good news and bad news. The good news is that the whites of Europe are perceiving the hand of the spoilt brat Jew more clearly. The bad news is that the Jews are convinced that the answer is to LIE A WHOLE LOT MORE ON A BIGGER SCALE about Adolf Hitler, the NAZIs and the fake holocaust! The Jewish answer as always, is to LIE A WHOLE LOT MORE!
The cuckolds who rule these white countries (which will become non-white countries before too long), are always protecting the Jewish scum with whom they are in bed with. This racial treason by the ruling white cuckolds should be properly punished in the way that treason should be punished.
This survey was done by CNN – the Communist News Network in the USA.
I just laugh. The Jewish answer to everything is to either LIE MORE or INVENT NEW LIES or BOTH!!! As always the whites must give way to the spoilt brat Jewish privilege. This cyclic madness will continue in Europe, the UK and the USA until one day, these nations explode into white violence. The whites will be pushed down, year after year and decade after decade until they can’t take it anymore.
I do smile when I hear that the Jewish fears are growing more. But the sad news is that the fear is not enough for all the Jews to pack and leave.
So here’s a fascinating future: Prior to WW2, the Jewish issue was aflame all over Europe, not just in Germany… so what will happen in the future? Is WW3 going to happen when the Jewish issue is aflame ACROSS THE PLANET? Maybe that is the real future…
We Whites must just roll up our sleeves. The sooner that whites realise that WORSE IS BETTER, the sooner things will change. Just hoist our war flag and get on to fighting for our race.
But don’t worry. I have good news for you! The Jews are doing their damndest to start WW3 to have us slaughtered. All these Jewish ambassadors, etc will no doubt play their role. The question is who will make the most progress before the planet explodes into war? Us or the Jews?
I think the main Jewish diversion will be to start race wars in the USA, UK and Europe as well as Civil wars among the whites in those countries. The Jews & non-whites & the white racial traitors will side against the whites seeking their own freedoms. The Jews can also use one country against another thereby smashing whites in one country if they begin winning. The only hope for us whites is to work as a GLOBAL TEAM in firm support of each other. That’s the only way.
I think WW3 is the only path towards white freedom. In fact, I think PERMANENT WAR, FOREVER, is the only true path to white freedom and progress. I don’t think there is any other way. I’ll discuss this more in the future. Jan]
Here is a story about this survey: Anti-Semitic stereotypes ‘alive and well’ in Europe – https://www.theweek.co.uk/98105/anti-semitic-stereotypes-alive-and-well-in-europe
Here is the original CNN story:-
A survey of European people’s attitudes towards Jews, anti-Semitism, and memory of the Holocaust has found that over one-fifth of them believe that Jewish people have too much influence in finance and politics, while over a third admitted that they knew nothing at all or “just a little” about the Nazi regime’s murder of six million Jews during World War II.
The survey, published Tuesday, drew alarm from the Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance Center, which said it was troubled “that many entrenched hateful anti-Semitic tropes persist in European civilization.” The leader of the Jewish Agency, Isaac Herzog, said anti-Semitism was a “disease” that “must be fought before it spreads, and becomes a pandemic” and called for increased Holocaust studies in European schools.
More than a quarter (28%) of those who took part in the online survey said they believed Jews have “too much influence” in business and finance, while 20% felt Jews had the same excessive influence in media and politics.
Concerning the Holocaust, 34% said they knew nothing or “just a little” about the mass murder of European Jews which happened 75 years ago, within living memory. Even in Poland, one of the epicenters of the Holocaust, the reported knowledge of 32% of respondents was just as limited.
In France, one in five between the ages of 18 and 34 said they had never heard of the Holocaust, while in Austria, 40% of adults said they knew “just a little” about the genocide.
Yet 32% of Europeans said Jews use the Holocaust to “advance their position or achieve certain goals,” a notion that 50% of Poles also believe.
Overall, across Europe, half of the respondents said they knew “a fair amount” about the Holocaust, and only one in five said “they know a great deal.”
Two-thirds of Europeans said it was important to keep Holocaust memory alive to prevent the same happening again. In Poland, 80% agreed with the sentiment. Half of those polled believe commemorating the Holocaust helps in the fight against anti-Semitism.
But 31% said Holocaust commemoration distracts from other atrocities around the world and the figure was higher among Germans, Austrians, Poles and Hungarians.
Around a third of respondents said that criticism of Israel tends to be motivated by anti-Semtisim, while 21.5% said it is not.
Over a third, 35%, said that Israel uses the Holocaust to justify it actions, and half of those in Poland agreed. One in five disagreed.
More than a quarter, 28%, said anti-Semitism in their countries was a response to the actions of Israel and 18% said anti-Semitism was a response to behavior by Jewish people. One in 10 said they had “unfavorable attitude” to Jews. In Poland, the figure was 15%, and nearly a fifth, 19%, in Hungary. (Meanwhile 16% said they had negative views of LGBT people, 36% of immigrants, 37% of Muslims, and 39% of Romani people).
Respondents from minority groups tended to blame Israel and Jews for anti-Semitism.
The majority of Europeans, 56%, said they were not aware of ever having socialized with a Jewish person, including half of respondents in Britain, France, Hungary and Austria and two-thirds of those in Germany, Austria and Poland.
According to the survey results, over half of Europeans, 55%, said they felt anti-Semitism was a growing problem in their countries, with 40% saying Jews were at risk of racist violence in their countries, and half believing their governments should do more to fight anti-Semitism.
The survey was carried out for CNN by pollster ComRes from September 7 to 20. It was completed before the Pittsburgh synagogue attack, when 11 worshipers were shot dead in a synagogue on October 27, 2018.
Estimations of Jewish populations were far off the mark, the CNN survey found. Two-thirds of respondents overestimated the percentage of the world that is Jewish, and the same for the fraction of the population in their own countries.
A quarter of Hungarians guessed 20% of the world is Jewish, and one-fifth of British and Polish put the figure just as high. Overall, 16% of Europeans think that Jews make up more than 20% of the world’s population. In fact 0.2% of the world is Jewish according to Pew Research Center’s Global Religious Landscape study. Israel is the only country in the world that has a more than 2% Jewish population.
CNN noted that a survey carried out in the US earlier in the year found that 10% of adult Americans were not sure they had heard of the Holocaust, while one in five of respondents in their 20s and 30s said the same. Some 45% of adult Americans failed to name a single concentration camp, the report said.
Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog said in statement responding to the survey that anti-Semitism is a “disease” that must be dealt with before it spreads.
“Anti-Semitism is one of the oldest diseases – racism being another such disease – for which there is no vaccine,” Herzog said. “This disease must be fought before it spreads, and becomes a pandemic. History teaches that if anti-Semitism isn’t dealt with at an early stage, it will threaten people’s lives, as we saw in Pittsburgh.”
“The teaching of the most horrific mass murder in history — the Holocaust of the Jews in Europe during the Second World War — must be taught as part of any curriculum in schools throughout Europe. Especially its lessons and conclusions.”
Yad Vashem, the Holocaust remembrance center, said in statement it was “troubled by the lack of Holocaust awareness and the state of anti-Semitism in Europe” revealed in the CNN survey.
“The survey highlights the troubling fact that many entrenched hateful anti-Semitic tropes persist in European civilization, 75 years after the end of the Holocaust,” Yad Vashem said in a statement. “While anti-Semitism does not necessarily lead to genocide, anti-Semitism was central to the Nazis’ worldview and the basis for their ‘Final Solution’ to eradicate all Jews and their culture from the face of the earth.”
Yad Vashem said the survey shows the need to “intensify broad-based efforts in the area of Holocaust education and awareness, which is essential to any effort to contend with anti-Semitism.”
Israeli Education Minister Naftali Bennett, who is also minister for Diaspora Affairs, said: “We have always known that for many, being anti-Israel is a natural extension of their anti-Semitic beliefs. This has an impact both on their attitudes to history and to the present.”
Poland’s Chief Rabbi Michael Schudrich told CNN that “there will always be people who have anti-Semitic feelings and I don’t know if the number has grown, but this new situation today is they feel that it’s more acceptable socially that they can express these opinions out loud.
“The feeling beforehand was, ‘This is what I believe but don’t tell anyone,’” he added. “It was not perfect but at least there was a social taboo against anti-Semitism.”