I admit it, I love pronouncing this soft word “Goy”. I can’t stop it. There is a little music contained in a single syllable that delights me each time I use it. And I use it prolifically. Whenever I’m given the slightest excuse. To make fun of my colleagues who were not born of the superior essence, that is to say Jewish. …I don’t … Continue reading Jew says he loves using the word "goy" to mock people who weren’t born of the "superior Jewish essence"
Anyone who pays close enough attention to Jews sooner or later catches glimpses of the extraordinary sense of conceitedness that they normally strive to conceal. Like Muslims, they nurture bizarre fantasies about how European civilisation could not have ascended to global domination without them; or how specific countries owe their prosperity or well-being to them. One early public expression of this sense of Jewish supremacism … Continue reading Utopia isn’t so bad after all: The City Without Jews
This article from the Jerusalem Post is an excellent example of four major troubling tendencies in Jewish thought and discourse. These are: 1) Jewish supremacism – Jews believe almost everything good has come from them. In this respect, they are exactly like Muslims. Both groups of Semitic separatists are, absurdly, able to convince themselves that they have somehow been the historical axles around which world … Continue reading Invincible Jewish self-delusion apparent in the antisemitism narrative