PEOPLE are increasingly aware that there is a great deal wrong with the world, and that every aspect of life seems to have deteriorated since World War II. Although it is now obvious that this deterioration could not have happened by chance, the catch-phrase: “I don’t believe in the Conspiracy Theory” is frequently heard if the role of the international bankers is questioned, while people who touch on sensitive matters are denounced as “anti-Semitic”.
We could begin by asking: just what is meant by the term “anti-Semitism”? Strictly speaking it should mean some form of attack on people who are Semitic by those who are not Semitic. Currently it is being used in a quite different way: as an offensive weapon, based on a falsehood. To understand this use of the term we must consider the historic background.