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    • Dimitrios
    • 21.05.14 | 18:53 (IDT)

    I guess I should apologize for stating a fact that is accessible to any person with access to the internet, to an encyclopedia, or some reputable business journal. I think you will find that the Israelis and Jewish people overall are better off than most in Africa, in Asia, in Easter Europe, and other parts of the world. I am sure, for the most part, this is suggestive that Jews are a progressive people with a high intellect and plenty of capacity. This is pointing out the obvious and hardly the result of antisemitism on my part or on anyone else. I concede the same can be said of western European nations, the USA, Canada, Australia, etc. I cannot help but to view your reply as yet another example of the victimization mentality I alluded to above. Please note my reference to victimization is not my denial of historical events; rather a reference to a contemporary mentality that is largely unfounded.

    from the article: Why is Greece the most anti-Semitic country in Europe?
    First published 21:04 20.05.14 | Last updated 21:04 20.05.14
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