I'm well aware of what the Jewish declaration of war was in 1933, a worldwide economic boycott with the stated intent of destroying Germany, and I also know that it effectively made Germany's Jews the self declared enemies of Germany even though the declaration was not voted by Germany's Jews, but simply declared by Zionist leaders in the West. In any event, the effect was to incite hatred of Jews inside of Germany due to the application of the same type of collective guilt that Neil Golan demonstrated in his post and which you apparently are defending, and that is what I was denouncing. So my point is that by doing so is to be guilty of the same crime, and I'm very sorry for you Judith if you cannot grasp why that is so.
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