Skip to comments.From soccer to ballots, Jew-hatred is again Europe’s problem
Posted on 01/22/2014 6:40:23 PM PST by Lorianne
In virtually every generation anti-semitism somehow finds new and unique ways to grab the imagination of peoples base prejudices. Witness the resurgence of neo-Nazi activity in parts of Eastern Europe. Here are countries where anti-semitism grew to maniacal proportions that led to the wholesale genocide of six million Jews. However, in recent attitudinal surveys, in countries such as Poland, 75 per cent of those surveyed indicated intolerance towards Jews. Even in Germany, where neo-Nazi extremism has been fought vigorously and seems to have waned, a survey conducted by the EU agency for Fundamental Rights showed fully 61 per cent of those polled indicated that anti-semitism in Germany was its most serious problem, scoring higher than the economy or health-related matters.
Almost 6,000 individuals identifying themselves as Jews from Belgium, France, Germany, Hungary, Italy, Latvia, Sweden and the UK participated in the survey. More than 66 per cent noted that anti-semitism was a problem in Europe with over 75 per cent agreeing that there was a noticeable increase in their own countries of origin. Indeed, in France, the anti-semitic and racist Front Nationale garnered 20 per cent of all votes during the first round of the 2012 national elections.
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Low info crowd’s favorite bad guy. A story developed over the years by the real bad guys.
Not surprising, seeing as how Russia gave history both the pogrom, and the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion.
White Russia blamed Jews for the rise of Communism. Communists blamed the Jews for the Fall of Communism.
Don’t you think asking non-Jewish Europeans what they thought of JEws might have been a bit more accurate than asking Jews, European or not?
pacific_waters wrote: “Dont you think asking non-Jewish Europeans what they thought of JEws might have been a bit more accurate than asking Jews, European or not?”
I hadn’t noticed that until you pointed it out. Yeah, a poll of that general character seems about as useful and relevant as asking Obama if he thinks Americans are racist.