Just a couple of minor corrections. Blaming Anti-Semitism disproportionatley on Anglo Saxons is historically inaccurate and unfair. Whilst the scourge of anti-Semitism is present in the UK, as everywhere, it is notably a lesser problem than in Francophone or Germanic society and also US society. It is of note that Britain had a Jewish born Prime Minister in the 19th Century! You noted that the SS St Louis (actually the MS St Louis) was refused docking in Cuba and the US prior to the deaths of hundreds of the passengers. It seems churlish and unfair to ignore the fact that Europeans actually took in all of the German Jews onboard. The UK, notably, took the largest percentage and the majority did survive the war. This incident is much more America’s and Germany’s shame than Britain’s, Belgium’s, France’s or the Netherlands.
The first point is of an unfair share of blame on the Anglo-Saxon world. I agree factually, but would point out that this website and the film are in English, as I understand that the majority of Jews in the world (certainly outside of Israel), are English speakers and live in what was historically the British Empire. Emphasis on the situation in their native countries doubtless speaks more relevantly to them. This, in itself, is an indirect praise of the Anglo-Saxon world as it implies that (since Cromwell’s time at least), the British Empire was a place of lesser antisemitism than elsewhere in the world. Further, what is written of in this site, and presented in the film as far as I can see, re-emphasizes the global/historic nature of antisemitism, the changes only being in form with the age (and this is crucial to the unbreakable link between anti-Zionism and its continuous anti-Semitic Freudian slips, as discussed shortly). Finally, leading in to the next point, in any case, the “blame” seems to be ultimately placed, in an abstract sense (really a cause-and-effect sense rather than moral), on the Jews.
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I would like to focus on Jon Peterson’s comment as it seems that comment tries to connect to the real message in the article.
Many comments remain at the “literal religious” level while others try to use this opportunity to vent their own openly anti-Semitic views.
Overall, Dr. Laitman’s message is about the connection that exists between all of us, above nationality, culture, and religion. The focus on antisemitism and the Jewish people highlights the fact that we live in a system that aims at bringing humanity, step by step, to a particular goal, and that the Jews play a significant role in achieving it.
Secondly, you are Russian/Turks which means you are not Semites, the Palestinians are Semites so you should realize that the majority of humans are actually extremely PRO-SEMITE. “Anti-Semite” is a fake jew created term to demonize the oppressed in their disdain for your sick proclivities.
I don’t know why people hate Jews. I see things on the internet that absolutely appall me. But I think the root cause of anti-Semitism is very deep. I think it may lie in the fact that the essence of Jewishness is a relationship with the divine. That makes corrupt people jealous.
The root cause of anti-Semitism lies in the strength of Jewish identity. Like any group with a strong focus on in group/out group identity, constant reference to differences invites constant awareness of differences. It is by no means a problem unique to Judaism and therefore can never be resolved as long as it is thought of as a unique or discrete Jewish issue. If Jewish leaders and writers spent more time and effort drawing comparison of their struggles to those of others, and less time focusing on just Jewish persecution, we can isolate the most ignorant and hateful sources of anti-Semitism from the mainstream. Jewish people have just as deep of a history of contribution and collaboration with other cultures as they do of persecution, and focusing on the similarities rather than the differences is the only useful way forward. Easier said than done, but worth the effort, for any group or culture.
Jean M. Twenge and W. Keith Campbell, The Narcissism Epidemic: Living in the Age of Entitlement (New York: Free Press, A Division of Simon & Schuster, Inc. 2009)
Michael Laitman is a Professor of Ontology, a PhD in Philosophy and Kabbalah, and an MSc in Medical Bio-Cybernetics. He was the prime disciple of Kabbalist, Rav Baruch Ashlag (the RABASH). Prof. Laitman has written over 40 books, translated into dozens of languages; he is the founder and president of the Bnei Baruch Kabbalah Education & Research Institute, and a sought after speaker. His book, , explains the root, cause and solution to anti-Semitism.
This social anti-Semitism was present long before Hitler came into power and instituted his radical and merciless ideas about dealing with Jews in Europe.