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    • Easter Bunny
    • 20.07.07 | 03:22 (IDT)

    It seems to me that you are also blinded by your own sense of victimhood to see the jewish role in fomenting this anti-semitism. The first Catholics were persecuted by the jews (here I reference Saul) and then after that had complete disdain for the Christians. The problems that the Jews found themselves in was that through there own stupidity (revolting against the romans) they lost the temple and were exiled (was god on there side?) and because of that they ended up being dispersed in Christian lands, the same people they resented and hated since their conception. The Catholics realized this antogonism between both parties but the Catholics had power, the Jews did not. I suspect that if the tables were turned in terms of power the jews would have treated the Catholics in the same way, hey, look at how they treat the Pals and raise their kids to this day to believe that they are better than most, especially the arabs.

    from the article: Hundreds in Poland condemn priest's words as anti-Semitic
    First published 00:00 19.07.07 | Last updated 00:00 19.07.07
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