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March 16, 2014

Hasidim but I don’t believe ’em

Filed under: Holocaust — Tags: , , — furtherglory @ 11:56 am
Hisidic Jew in Brooklyn, NY

Hisidic Jew in Brooklyn, NY

In an episode of “The Sopranos,” a popular TV series several years ago, Paulie Walnuts says “Hasidim but I don’t believe ’em.”  You can watch this famous episode on You Tube at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YauJVdK8GPI

I thought of this when I read a blog post about Hasidim on this blog: http://blogs.forward.com/sisterhood-blog/194267/when-hasidic-boys-grow-up-without-real-school/

This quote is from the blog post, cited above:

Last summer, when I interviewed Hasidic men and women who grew up with little to no secular education, I remember feeling angry at this system that churns out, intentionally, boys who cannot speak or read English — the first step in acquiring basic skills to function as an adult in the 21st century. The words one brilliant man used to refer to educational neglect in Satmar is still ringing in my ears: “This is criminal.”

Indeed, it is. Educational neglect of this magnitude should be considered criminal. No community in America should be allowed to perpetuate such inattention to the wellbeing of children.

Watching this video made me think of the countless times my husband and I explained to our children why we don’t know certain basic concepts or historical facts, why my husband never learned how to punctuate a sentence. We talk freely about our childhoods and our desire to see them, our children, receive a solid education. We explain that education is power, and that it is the single driving force for human progression. We speak of our pride in their academic achievements and demonstrate its importance by asking questions about subjects we don’t know.

The next time my son says he hates school, I will play him this video. Hopefully he will get the message.

In reading the above words on the blog of an Hasidic woman, I was reminded of what Hitler wrote in his book Mein Kampf, about the first time that he saw an Hasidic Jew on the streets of Vienna.  I don’t want to waste my time looking for this passage in Mein Kampf, so I will give you this quote from Wikipedia, which tells about what it was like when Hitler lived in Vienna:

At the time Hitler lived there, Vienna was a hotbed of religious prejudice and racism.[37] Fears of being overrun by immigrants from the East were widespread, and the populist mayor, Karl Lueger, exploited the rhetoric of virulent antisemitism for political effect. Georg Schönerer’s pan-Germanic antisemitism had a strong following in the Mariahilf district, where Hitler lived.[38] Hitler read local newspapers, such as the Deutsches Volksblatt, that fanned prejudice and played on Christian fears of being swamped by an influx of eastern Jews.[39]

Hitler’s father was a follower of Georg Schönerer who advocated German nationalism.  Now the idea, of a country having a population of people of one race and one religion, has been thoroughly discredited by the Holocaustians who preach diversity.  Diversity causes problems in many countries of the world today, but it keeps the Jews safe, and allows them to live in any country they choose.  If there is ever a threat of another Holocaust, the Jews now have their own country where they can go to escape.

6 Comments

  1. You going Zionist on me. If the world neo-Nazis like you to support the state of Israel, I would call that an accomplishment!

    That said, what you write is a bit on the naive side of things. Germany is a nation of Protestants and Catholics (who to put it mildly don’t always get along). Hitler, of course had no use for either branch of Christianity, or Christianity in general, although at times, early in his tenure as Das Fuhrer he was careful not to far in that regard.

    Of course the Reich’s disdain for “Jewish Science” likely cost him the war, and certainly the greatest scientist in the world at the time (a Filthy German-Jew) Albert Einstein, always felt a warm spot that my very German-American roommate had a big picture of Einstein over his bed (we used to argue whether Einstein was Great because he was German or Jewish). Needless to say, Jewish people, generally have added greatly towards the advancement of most nations. Look at things like Nobel prize for physics, chemistry, medicine and economics and you will see a lot of those horrible Jews. Wonder if they can reverse the Polio Vaccine, sorry Jonas Salk was one of those Filthy Russian Jews.

    Ironically one of the reasons the United States is a superpower, and Europe is economically rotting, are the Jews who fled Europe to come to America. So many inventions by Jews here in the US, could have been invented in Europe, except Europe saw fit to persecute Jews, and Germany to kill them. Today Europe’s socialist economies need North African Islamists to help with reproductions (white Europeans have forgotten how to do that; my annoyance at the BMW dealer (No I don’t hate Germans) for not selling a Sedan that can comfortably fit three kids with car seats, might be because Germans don’t have three kids – Germany has one of the lowest Birth rates in the world).

    Hitler of course blamed the Jews for Christianity, and Bolshevism (although looking at his political and economic ideology can hardly be distinguished.

    Oh I could go on by why bother….Do me a favor when you or any loved one needs medical attention, please carry a card that provides for no Jewish Doctors or Medicine. I can tell you that 15 of the top 50 scientific inventions (using saved lives as the metric) are Jews. Not bad with 30% representation (4in the top10 and 5 in the top 11) – for a population that represents 0.2% of the planet. To think where the world might be if your Nazi heros didn’t exterminate what was almost 40% of all the Jews on Earth at the time.

    http://www.scienceheroes.com/

    Comment by Foodforthought — March 17, 2014 @ 8:01 am

    • You completely missed the point of my blog post about the Hasidim. Many of the Jews in Germany were not assimilated. I wrote about this in another blog post at https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/2012/07/08/hitlers-persecution-of-jewish-lawyers/

      The first two sentences of your comment illustrate another point that I was trying to make. Did you go to a Jewish school, where you did not learn English?

      It is true that there are many genius Jews, but there are also many Jews who have genetic diseases because of in-breeding. That is why Hitler made a law against Germans having sex with Jews.

      I could give you a list of German scientists, but I won’t. Why did America bring Werner von Braun to America? Was it because they couldn’t find a Jewish rocket scientist?

      Comment by furtherglory — March 17, 2014 @ 8:23 am

    • Yes Foodie, Jews are geniuses.

      Maybe that’s why almost every country in Europe has repeatedly kicked them out at some point or other in the last thousand years. All those different people, cultures, beliefs and traditions – but all with one thing in common, and that is, they felt the need to kick the Jews out.

      These countries can’t all be wrong, can they?

      Comment by DB — March 17, 2014 @ 9:13 am

  2. ‘If there is ever a threat of another Holocaust, the Jews now have their own country where they can go to escape.’

    I think this was one of the main arguments of the Zionists 100 or so years ago. The only way they would feel safe from persecution would be to have their own state. There were lots of attempts but nobody was listening.

    Then came WW2 and the great hoax…..and hey presto, look what they got!

    Comment by DB — March 16, 2014 @ 12:18 pm

    • Note that the blogger wrote “…my husband and I explained to our children why we don’t know certain basic concepts or historical facts, why my husband never learned how to punctuate a sentence.”

      I think that there are some people commenting on my blog, who are Hasidic Jews. They don’t know “basic concepts or historical facts” nor how to “punctuate a sentence.” I could name names, but I won’t.

      Comment by furtherglory — March 16, 2014 @ 12:25 pm


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