Sunday, July 19, 2009

If the tell-tale shoe fits your heart

There is an amusing new phenomenon of Jews expressing guilt for real sins by blurting out allegations of anti-Semitism at people who were not actually focused on the Jewish angle at all, but ought to have been. Thus Matt Taibbi wrote about the multitude of evils of Goldman Sachs without once referring to the innate Jewishness of the firm, and faced immediate and virulent attacks that he was an anti-Semite (along with the automatic, and wrong, allegations that his anti-Semitism derives from his Arab background!). The Jews, who not only invented guilt but perfected it, have a lot to be guilty for, and this guilt, along with a remarkable self-centeredness, is manifesting itself in self-incriminating whining.
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