30 October 2010

Who was the chosen one?

"Secularization, therefore, finally produced that paradox, so decisive for the psychology of modern Jews, by which Jewish assimilation – in its liquidation of national consciousness, its transformation of a national religion into a confessional denomination, and its meeting of the half-hearted and ambiguous demands of the state and society by equally ambiguous devices and psychological tricks – engendered a very real Jewish chauvinism, if by chauvinism we understand the perverted nationalism in which (in the words of Chesterton) 'the individual is himself the thing to be worshipped; the individual is his own ideal and even his own idol.' From now on, the old religious concept of chosenness was no longer the essence of Judaism; it became instead the essence of Jewishness." (The Origins of Totalitarianism, Hannah Arendt, 1994; page 74). 
The Jew was chosen, not the people for the sake of promoting some select values. Here is the manifesto of Jewish idiocy, in the Aristotelian sense of the term, of Jew as isolated individual rather than political member. Here is from where the hard-line Jewish ideologue’s combination of chauvinism and Jew-centricity spring. 

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