ANTI‑SEMITISM TODAY, AT THE END OF 2001, is the greatest of taboos. Racism generally is taboo, but most people of most races harbour racist attitudes. So, while being publicly branded a “racist” is damaging, the racist may rest assured that many understand that he is not the demon the media makes him out to be.
Anti‑Semitism, on the other hand, is more complex. Many third‑tier, commonsense racists do not understand why anyone would think negatively of Jews. They are comfortable expressing dislike of blacks or other minorities based on crime rates or illegitimacy or drug use. But most may not even know any Jews (or know they know Jews). Jews, they assume, are white people who go to a different church. And why wouldn’t they think this when well‑organized, highly funded Jewish groups have been diligently working for decades to create that very impression or, rather, that lack of impression, the most strategic of all impressions: invisibility.
Once one has the eyes to see them, their ubiquitous presence and culture destroying nature is obvious to the point of revulsion. Indeed, there is a reason why the founding fathers of America, as well as other world‑ renowned philosophers, writers, entrepreneurs and great leaders throughout history have warned against them. Many have openly scorned the Jews as the most dangerous enemy to Western cultural integrity and European values, others have merely depicted the Jew as the lecherous, deceptive creature it is. (There is nothing more “anti‑Semitic” or offensive to Jews than depicting them accurately)