The irony of course is that the Jewish/Zionist 'belief' that followers of Judaism are magically superior as human beings, is the worst kind of racism. and not to be tolerated in a civilized world.
The other irony is that if Nobel Prizewinners are studied by religion, Jews do not stand out. If we also remove those who do not practice Judaism, and that would include Einstein whose parents were atheists and who was educated by the Catholics, the number drops dramatically.
If we remove those who had one Jewish parent and one Christian/Muslim or Atheist, or one grandparent who was Jewish, then down the number comes again.
However, the mere fact that some feel it is necessary to quote this mythical cleverness in regard to Jews in general and the Nobel Prize in particular, makes one question the intelligence of Jews who do it because it is such a divisive and racist approach.
Indeed, if Judaism did magically confer greater intelligence then Israel would not be the horror it is today. Israel should be, if the claims had any substance, exceptional in intelligence not stupidity.