Clearly the people in those territories were just jealous.Cornfed wrote: ↑October 31st, 2018, 10:52 amThe Jews have been kicked out of over 300 territories. If I were kicked out of over 300 bars, would you conclude that I must be beyond reproach and the staff at all 300 bars must be bad people?flowerthief00 wrote: ↑October 31st, 2018, 3:16 am^Couldn't have stated my own opinion better than this.Contrarian Expatriate wrote: ↑October 30th, 2018, 2:36 pmLet’s see... If I had to pick between Jews and the type of people who hate them, it will be Jews I side with every time. Yes, they fan have their cultural quirks but they are far better people than the degenerate nincompoops who believe the conspiracy nonsense.
Moreover, anyone who hates Jews tend to hate everyone different than themselves so it is a great screening mechanism for idiots I find.
Corn, you're standing in a firestorm of virtue signalling, which was the point of the thread. Why?
My sister had her life saved three weeks ago by a Jewish brain surgeon after she fell on the sidewalks of Manhattan during what was supposed to be a vacation. One of the little virtue signals that is especially irksome is being informed continuously that not all Jews are the same, as if this was something other than a commonplace. I've probably known more Jewish mensches than anyone here. And I'll appreciate this surgeon for the rest of my life.
But generalizations can be made, and my sister came up against one of them also in her adventure. They were, after all, in 'Hymietown,' as the Rev. Jesse Jackson termed it, and with deep pockets, i.e., fully insured. Her husband finally took her out of the hospital AMA (against medical advice) after three weeks, because it was clear that the hospital was just billing gratuitously, using the pretext of adjusting the levels of the blood thinner she takes for her artificial heart valves. He called her cardiologist in New Orleans, who said the level was fine, and off they went.