There are many injustices in the world. Each person has a right to pick their battles.
I feel strongly about Jewish people because I grew up in a neighborhood with a large Jewish population. I played with Jewish kids. I picked up some Yiddish from their parents and grandparents. I got a taste for the food. My friends Grandmother made us chopped liver and challah bread almost every Fri. morning for a snack. I spent Jewish holidays with them, I know the words to the dreidel song.
When I went to professional school I met two of my mentors both are Jewish. Now that I am back in a big city, I work with many Jewish people. I feel at home.
With all of that, I would have to be a very ungrateful person to stand by listening to hate and not say anything. The people who hate the most are those who are failures and looking for a scapegoat for their inadequacies.
You will notice that none of them can say one thing that a Jewish person has done to them personally that would have lead them to feeling negatively. They have trumped-up paranoid delusions that they dream up while sitting around in their underwear in their basement. Isn't that strange?
"Hey some guys need a book to find the G-spot. It was intuitive for me. Some take the road less travelled." Enthropy 3000
Last edited by Catherine602; 04-26-2012 at 10:07 PM.