MOOSER- "Do you think there are a lot of those, “Keith”? “Jews seeking Gentile approval by criticizing Israel”, that is."
No. Emet is dishonestly implying that those Jews who criticize Israel are seeking Gentile approval. Definitely dishonest, yet hardly anti-Semitic except to those raised to believe in eternal Jewish victimhood. On the other hand, "Jew-haters" is how Zionists like Emet refer to non-Jews, is it not? I thought I made that clear. So you agree with Talkback that referring to Gentiles as "Jew-haters" is anti-Semitic?
"Two central dogmas underpin the Holocaust framework: (1) The Holocaust marks a categorically unique historical event; (2) The Holocaust marks the climax of an irrational, eternal Gentile hatred of Jews." (p41, "The Holocaust Industry," Norman Finkelstein)
"The myth is that "the Holocaust" is a unique event, which, despite its "uniqueness," teaches compelling lessons about why Jews must be Jewish....So if you want to know why be Jewish, you have to remember that (1) the gentiles wiped out the Jews of Europe, so are not to be trusted, let alone joined; (2)if there had been "Israel," meaning the State of Israel, there would have been no Holocaust; and so (3) for the sake of your personal safety, you have to "support Israel" (p6,7, "Stranger at Home: "The Holocaust," Zionism, and American Judaism," Jacob Neusner)