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Jewish supremacism

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Jewish hate groups such as the ADL of B'nai B'rith claim to be against "racism" but support a terror regime which kills Palestinian children.

Jewish supremacism is an "ideology" based on the "belief" and the promotion of the "belief" that Jews are superior to the other races, and therefore should rightfully have control over Gentiles in all matters. Since this "ideology" is based on a "belief" contrary to the factual reality, it is manifested in bigotry towards persons not of Jewish ancestry, particularly members of the White race.

Background

The religion of Talmudic Judaism itself claims that the Jews are a race "chosen™" by God ahead of the rest of humanity. Jewish supremacists believe that they are morally, intellectually, religiously and genetically superior. The purpose of this belief is to have an excuse to commit crimes such as the black slave trade, the Red Holocaust and Zionism. These crimes are used to establish social, political, historical and/or industrial dominance by Jews. The supremacist views are often "supported" by fallacious scientific research of which the outcome is predetermined so that the supremacist views are "confirmed".

Jewish supremacism is rooted in ethnocentrism and a desire for hegemony and power, and has frequently resulted in violence against non-Jews. Different forms of Jewish supremacism have different conceptions of who is considered Jew, and not all Jewish supremacist organizations agree on who is their greatest enemy. Jewish supremacism distinguishes itself from other forms of supremacism, as Jewish supremacist groups can be found in all countries with a Jewish minority or majority population, whereas this cannot be said of other forms of supremacism: for example not all, countries with a black minority also have black supremacist groups. Unfortunately, in most countries even militant Jewish supremacist organizations are not watched closely by law enforcement officials, but instead often subsidized by the governments under influence of the Zionist lobby.

Manifestations

David Duke's Jewish Supremacism

Jewish-Supremacism has taken many forms all representing various Jewish survival strategies. It can be argued that many of these strategies that have emerged have been instinctual rather than conspiratorial. Some have been subtle, and others openly genocidal.

What all share is a desire by powerful Jews to 1.) Get gentiles to fight on their behalf, 2.) Weaken gentiles, 3.) Strengthen the relative position of Jews. The end-goal is said to be setting up a world "safe for Jews", in which other nations are too weakened to oppose them, e.g. by miscegenation.

Jewish supremacists sometimes will take centuries to get someone, but they will get them.[1]

Communism

The early Bolshevik leadership in Russia was mostly Jewish. Many communist movements worldwide were heavily Jewish, including the CPUSA. The Red Holocaust in Europe, when tens of millions of Christians were killed in the name of Communism, was an ultraviolent instance of Jewish supremacism. (See also: Ilya Ehrenburg).

Zionism

Jewish supermacy

Israel maintains supremacy in the Levant, and maintains an ethnostate through the use of terror. It considers non-Jews to be second-class citizens and bans intermarriage.

Although "Zionism" was originally a movement to create a Jewish state for the first time since the breakup of Khazaria, the term "Zionism" and "Zionist" today refer to Jewish supremacists and aggressive Jewish nationalists generally, especially those living outside Israel. Zionism (Jewish nationalism) is the most prominent or "visible" example of Jewish-Supremacism in the 20th century. It is often overlapping with Neoconservatism.

Neoconservatism

By the 1980s, a collection of ex-Trotskyist Jews formed the Neoconservative movement, which gained control of U.S. foreign policy by the 1990s and 2000s. The neoconservatives' single aim is safeguarding Jewish interests while weakening European interests, particularly they aim to support the geopolitical interests of the Zionist State in Palestine. They typically use WASPs in badly fitted suits such as John Hagee and a whole band of Evangelical Zionists to act as their footsoldiers. By the 2000s, some major news media sectors, such as the Murdoch-owned Fox News network supported the neo-con wing of Jewish supremacy (while MSNBC and others support the cultural Marxist wing of Jewish supremacy).

Opposition

Opposition to Jewish Supremacism has been widespread among Europeans throughout history and in contemporary times, some Mohammedans and Africans. Opponents are today called "anti-Semites" by Jewish supremacist media sources.

David Duke, an American politician, wrote a book titled Jewish Supremacism, in which he exposes anti-Gentilism and the domination of society in the United States by Jewish-supremacist ideology.

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Videos

Parody of Saturday Night Live video Jews made on whites, titled, "JEWS: Celebrating Centuries of Control"
When Israel Is Mighty
The Enemy Within
Top Rabbi Exposes Jewish Racism!
How Nations Die!
Racism Report: Africans in Israel
German Jew dreams of defiling Aryan blood

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