“Anti-Semitism” – Part II

by Der Stürmer

Part II


“Poles did not like Jews and they were worse than Germans.” (Menachem Begin)


“Once we perceive that it is Judaism which is the root cause of antisemitism, otherwise irrational or inexplicable aspects of antisemitism become rationally explicable…Only something representing a threat to the core values, allegiances and beliefs of others could cause such universal, deep and lasting hatred. This Judaism has done…” (Why the Jews: by Denis Prager and Joseph Telushkin, 1985)


“The ultimate cause of antisemitism is that which has made Jews Jewish – Judaism. There are four basic reasons for this and each revolves around the Jewish challenge to the values of non Jews…By affirming what they considered to be the one and only God of all mankind, thereby denying legitimacy to everyone else’s gods, the Jews entered history; and have often been since, at war with other people’s cherished values. And by continually asserting their own national identity in addition or instead of the national identity of the non-Jews among whom they lived, Jews have created or intensified anti-Semitic passions…This attempt to change the world, to challenge the gods, religious or secular, of the societies around them, and to make moral demands upon others…has constantly been a source of tension between Jews and non-Jews…”


“The idea of authority, and therefore the respect for authority, is an anti-Semitic notion. It is in Catholicism, in Christianity, in the very teachings of Jesus that it finds at once its lay and its religious consecration.” Kadmi Cohen, p. 60; The Secret Powers Behind Revolution, by Vicomte Leon de Poncins, p. 192)


“If this hostility, even aversion, had only been shown towards the Jews at one period and in one country, it would be easy to unravel the limited causes of this anger, but this race has been on the contrary an object of hatred to all the peoples among whom it has established itself. It must be therefore, since the enemies of the Jews belonged to the most diverse races, since they lived in countries very distant from each other, since they were ruled by very different laws, governed by opposite principles, since they had neither the same morals, nor the same customs, since they were animated by unlike dispositions which did not permit them to judge of anything in the some way, it must be therefore that the general cause of anti-Semitism has always resided in Israel itself and not in those who have fought against Israel.” (Bernard Lazare, L’Antisemitism, The Secret Powers Behind Revolution, by Vicomte Leon De Poncins, p. 183)


“What virtues and what vices brought upon the Jew this universal enmity? Why was he in turn equally maltreated and hated by the Alexandrians and the Romans, by the Persians and the Arabs, by the Turks and by the Christian nations? Because everywhere and up to the present day, the Jew was an unsociable being. Why was he unsociable? Because he was exclusive and his exclusiveness was at the same time political and religious, or, in other words, he kept to his political, religious cult and his law.” (B. Lazare, L’Antisemitism, p. 3)


“We always come back to the same misunderstanding. The Jews because of their spirit of revolt, their exclusiveness and the Messianic tendencies which animate them are in essence revolutionaries, but they do not realize it and believe that they are working for ‘progress.’…but that which they call justice is the triumph of Jewish principles in the world of which the two extremes are plutocracy and socialism. Present day Anti-Semitism is a revolt against the world of today, the product of Judaism.” (The Secret Powers Behind Revolution, by Vicomte Leon de Poncins, p. 225)


“The Jews as outcasts: Jews have been a wondering people from the time of the beginning. History is filled with preemptory edicts, expelling Jews from where they had made their homes. At times the edicts were the result of trumped up charges against the Jews or Judaism, and later proved to be false. At other times they were the consequence of economic situation, which the authorities believed would be improved if the Jews were removed. Almost always the bands were only temporary as below. The culminate impact on the psychic on the Jewish people however, has been traumatic. And may very well be indelible. The following is a list, far from complete. Hardly a major Jewish community has not been expelled by its Host Country. Only to be let back in again, later to be expelled once more.” (Jewish Almanac 1981, p. 127)


“The dynamics of the anti-Semitic group has changed since war’s end. Activists today have shifted their emphasis to a greater and more wide-spread publication of hate-literature, in contrast to previous stress on holding meetings, demonstrating and picketing. They now tie-in their bigotry with typical, burning issues, and are veering from reliance upon The Protocols and other staples.” (American Jewish Committee Budget, 1953, p. 28)


The Jews have been run out of every country in Europe.

Date: Place:

  1. 250: Carthage
  2. 415: Alexandria
  3. 554: Diocese of Clement (France)
  4. 561: Diocese of Uzzes (France)
  5. 612: Visigoth Spain
  6. 642: Visigoth Empire
  7. 855: Italy
  8. 876: Sens
  9. 1012: Mayence
  10. 1181: France
  11. 1290: England
  12. 1306: France
  13. 1348: Switzerland
  14. 1349: Hielbronn (Germany)
  15. 1349: Hungary
  16. 1388: Strasbourg
  17. 1394: Germany
  18. 1394: France
  19. 1422: Austria
  20. 1424: Fribourg & Zurich
  21. 1426: Cologne
  22. 1432: Savory
  23. 1438: Mainz
  24. 1439: Augsburg
  25. 1446: Bavaria
  26. 1453: Franconis
  27. 1453: Breslau
  28. 1454: Wurzburg
  29. 1485: Vincenza (Italy)
  30. 1492: Spain
  31. 1495: Lithuania
  32. 1497: Portugal
  33. 1499: Germany
  34. 1514: Strasbourg
  35. 1519: Regensburg
  36. 1540: Naples
  37. 1542: Bohemia
  38. 1550: Genoa
  39. 1551: Bavaria
  40. 1555: Pesaro
  41. 1559: Austria
  42. 1561: Prague
  43. 1567: Wurzburg
  44. 1569: Papal States
  45. 1571: Brandenburg
  46. 1582: Netherlands
  47. 1593: Brandenburg, Austria
  48. 1597: Cremona, Pavia & Lodi
  49. 1614: Frankfort
  50. 1615: Worms
  51. 1619: Kiev
  52. 1649: Ukraine
  53. 1654: Little Russia
  54. 1656: Lithuania
  55. 1669: Oran (North Africa)
  56. 1670: Vienna
  57. 1712: Sandomir
  58. 1727: Russia
  59. 1738: Wurtemburg
  60. 1740: LittleRussia
  61. 1744: Bohemia
  62. 1744: Livonia
  63. 1745: Moravia
  64. 1753: Kovad (Lithuania)
  65. 1761: Bordeaux
  66. 1772: Jews deported to the Pale of Settlement (Russia)
  67. 1775: Warsaw
  68. 1789: Alace
  69. 1804: Villages in Russia
  70. 1808: Villages & Countrysides (Russia)
  71. 1815: Lubeck & Bremen
  72. 1815: Franconia, Swabia & Bavaria
  73. 1820: Bremen
  74. 1843: Russian Border Austria & Prussia
  75. 1862: Area in the U.S. under Grant’s Jurisdiction
  76. 1866: Galatz, Romania
  77. 1919: Bavaria (foreign born Jews)
  78. 1938-45: NS Controlled Areas
  79. 1948: Arab Countries
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