Sorry to inform you that 25% of all scientific nobel prices are pure semitic Jews , and probably more would have been rewarded unless Poles help the Germans to exterminate them ...
Be proud of it !
Stern, I never thought much of me being a Jew, but since I am on this forum I'm getting more and more proud to be one! However, I'm Dutch in the first place. But with every idiot who shouts something anti-semitic I get more and more proud of my mom and the fact that it's thanks to her that I am Jewish. And I don't think there's any shame in that.
Most Jews are Ashkenazi Jews who are only slightly related to Semites.The Jews of the bible
are more closely related to Sephardic Jews who are darker and hence more Jewish.
Hm, I descent from Sephardic (Sefardic, actually), Portugese Jews and I'm as pale as the next guy. My dad, who's a Dutch protestant, looks more Jewish than I or my mom do.
Too bad so many Jewish Kapos helped the Nazis
Yes - nearly as much as there were Polish, Lithuanian, Ukrainian and Latvian Kapos. "Be proud of it!"
In some circles, it is suggested that there are good Jews and bad Jews. The bad Jews are the ones who always create some kind of unnecessary evil; pitting one group against another, while attempting to show their own Jewish superiority. You seem to be one of those.
I don't see a description of a "Good Jew" in your post. Where is it? And with this it seems like you're talking about animals. Stop that, pls. I'm a good boy, but I will turn into a bad Jew and kick anybody's racist's or anti-semitic's *ss should need arise.
Ok, now that it's landed on the Jewish topic I must intervene.
And why would that be? Are you an expert on Jewish issues? :)
Why don't ppl simply stop seeing Jews (and other minorities for that matter) as different? I for one maybe a Jew because my mom happens to be of the Jewish faith, but I have been born and raised in the Netherlands, therefore I am Dutch. Religion, once again, should not determine nationality. And I've never been treated any different in the Netherlands than any Catholic or Protestant. I'm a Dutch citizen that, would I be religious, would have been part of the Jewish religion. But that's all that differs me from the rest of the Dutch, the same way as Catholics are different from Protestant. Nothing more, nothing less. But I feel (and sometimes know as I see the evidence) that some ppl, especially in the East of Europe haven't learned from the past and are still anti-semitic. And they think it's correct to be that way. If they want to be part of the West (and they all do), they will have to start learning that it's NOT correct to think like that. Not only with the Jews, but also with the Muslims, Africans and God knows all other minorities. Maybe then, if they get tolerant and racism-free, the West will start taking them seriously when they complain about the mistreatment of Slavic minorities scattered around.
I agree with stern here. Jewish people have undoubtedly contributed towards the development in humanity if you look at research&innovation.
Einstein, Oppenheimer, Bernstein, Rathenau, Goldblum, to name but a few.
M-G (no, I won't mention Amy Winehouse, although her first and only album was great)