28 October 2010

Anti-Semitic propaganda versus anti-Semitic actions

Because anti-Semitism was, for much of its early life, largely an instrument of propaganda and not used for policy, Jews were able to persuade themselves that public relations did not have real world consequences. After Hitler and Stalin changed all that, the Jews went to the other extreme and deemed all propaganda as a real world assault. The Jews have yet to understand the subtle interplay between anti-Semitic propaganda and anti-Semitic actions. 

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