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“The General Assembly, [***] Determines that
Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination.”—
United Nations General Assembly Resolution Number 3379
revoked under Zionist pressure by Resolution Number 4686

The complete 575 page book


By Christopher Jon Bjerknes

Complete 575 page book is available by clicking here: for the free PDF file (3.8 MB)

Thursday, 6/24/2010


“The way I see it, the fact of the Jews’ racial peculiarity will necessarily influence their social relations with non-Jews. The conclusions which—in my opinion—the Jews should draw is to become more aware of their peculiarity in their social way of life and to recognize their own cultural contributions. First of all, they would have to show a certain noble reservedness and not be so eager to mix socially—of which others want little or nothing. On the other hand, anti-Semitism in Germany also has consequences that, from a Jewish point of view, should be welcomed. I believe German Jewry owes its continued existence to anti-Semitism.”—Albert Einstein, A. Engel translator, “How I became a Zionist”, The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Volume 7, Document 57, Princeton University Press, (2002), pp. 234-235, at 235.

“Anti-Semitism will be a psychological phenomenon as long as Jews come in contact with non-Jews—what harm can there be in that? Perhaps it is due to anti-Semitism that we survive as a race: at least that is what I believe.”—Albert Einstein, English translation by A. Engel, The Collected Papers of Albert Einstein, Volume 7, Document 37, Princeton University Press, (2002), p. 159.

“What would you say, for example, if I did not deny there are good aspects of anti-Semitism? I say that anti-Semitism will educate the Jews. In fifty years, if we still have the same social order, it will have brought forth a fine and presentable generation of Jews, endowed with a delicate, extremely sensitive feeling for honor and the like.”—Theodor Herzl, as quoted by Amos Elon, Herzl, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, New York, (1975), pp. 114-115.


“[T]here may be some truth in that if the Arabs have some complaints about my policy towards Israel, they have to realize that the Jews in the U. S. control the entire information and propaganda machine, the large newspapers, the motion pictures, radio and television, and the big companies, and there is a force that we have to take into consideration.”—Richard Milhous Nixon, Thirty-Seventh President of the United States of America, as quoted by Leonard Dinnerstein, Antisemitism in America, Oxford University Press, New York, (1994), pp. 232-233. Dinnerstein cites: “Clipping of Fikri Abbaza, interview with Richard Nixon, Al-Mussawar, July 12, 1974, folder ‘Jewish Matters, 1969-1974,’ box 5, Leonard Garment mss., LC.”


“Yet despite the lack of Jewish worship and observance, and my family’s total assimilation into everything American and secular, we were thoroughly Jewish. Our perspective was Jewish, as was our very essence. The world was split into two distinct halves: Jews and gentiles. Jews were always sought in business or social dealings over gentiles. A common expression used by Jews to describe a slow, dense person was—and still is—’He’s got a goyisher kop,’ which literally means ‘He’s got a gentile head’ but figuratively means ‘slow-witted.’ First question when I came home and boasted of making a new friend always was ‘Is he Jewish?’ ‘God forbid!’ (my father’s expression) if I should ever go out with a gentile girl, and ‘Oy vey!’ (which literally means ‘Oh pain!’) if I ever got serious with her. All my parents’ friends were Jews. They all shared the same role models: Sandy Koufax, Bernard Baruch, Bess Meyerson, Sam Levinson, Hank Greenberg, Arthur Goldberg, Golda Meir, Albert Einstein—these were people to be admired. And that poet with the beard, Allen Ginsberg, so smart, but the faygeleh (homosexual) business, such a waste!”—S. G. Bloom, Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America, Harcourt, Inc., New York, (2000), pp. 63-64.


“Joseph’s appointment in Egypt was good for the Jews. The Jews of Persia were saved thanks to Esther’s influence with the king. When a very powerful emperor is elected by the majority of the people, we must cooperate with him[.]”—Vyacheslav Moshe Kantor, as quoted by Amiram Barkat, “Putin ally is frontrunner to head European Jewish Congress”,,, (21 June 2007).

“The [European Jewish Congress] has a very important role in the struggle against Iran. We are not Israel’s ambassadors, but we can pressure our governments and explain the danger[.]”—President of the Austrian Jewish Community Ariel Muzicant, as quoted by Amiram Barkat, “Putin ally is frontrunner to head European Jewish Congress”,,, (21 June 2007).

See blog for the rest of the quotes.


Written by skullnboner

June 24, 2010 at 12:11 am

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