Because they declare they are God's Chosen People, which is offensive
Because they do not integrating society making themselves an outsider minority
Because of religious reasons, ie "Christ killers" and ancient conflicts with Muslims
Because for whatever reason they tend to become wealthier than most people
Because they tend to favor each other in dealings unfairly
Because they collectively conspire to gain influence where ever they are
Their rituals and self-collectivism invokes xenophobia
Because Jews oppress people when they gain influence
Because Jews tended to surrender or flee rather than fight so are easy targets of hate
The poll is false. Historically Jews have not suffered atrocities more than others
I've posted the stats on Israeli population - and pointed out it can not allow the return of or admission to massive numbers of Muslims or it would cease to be a Jewish nation.
And, once again, the poll isn't about Israel, it is about Jews.
Karl Marx and Vladimir Lenin were also, at least in part, Jewish, and many of the Communist movement's most influential early members were Jewish as well. This created the perception that it was a Jewish movement.
B) You can take it right from the horse's mouth.
“The heaviest blow that ever struck humanity was the coming of Christianity. Bolshevism is Christianity’s illegitimate child. Both are inventions of the Jew. The deliberate lie in the matter of religion was introduced into the world by Christianity. Bolshevism practises a lie of the same nature, when it claims to bring liberty to men, whereas in reality it seeks only to enslave them. In the ancient world, the relations between men and gods were founded on an instinctive respect. It was a world enlightened by the idea of tolerance. Christianity was the first creed in the world to exterminate its adversaries in the name of love. Its key-note is intolerance.” -Hitler’s Table Talk, pg 7
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"Men did not love Rome because she was great. She was great because they had loved her." -- G.K. Chesterton
But it was the Romans who brought Christianity to Europe.
Which is also ironic, as they started out by persecuting Christians. History does have some interesting twists, doesn't it?
Can't we just turn Congress off and then turn it back on again?