Saturday, December 31, 2011

John Maynard Keynes and the Jews

Here is what one of the most famous economists of the 20th century thought about the Jews:
[Jews] have in them deep-rooted instincts that are antagonistic and therefore repulsive to the European, and their presence among us is a living example of the insurmountable difficulties that exist in merging race characteristics, in making cats love dogs …
It is not agreeable to see civilization so under the ugly thumbs of its impure Jews who have all the money and the power and brains.
Of course, the neocons are now denouncing Keynes as an "anti-Semite" but of course an anti-Semite is just someone who isn't afraid to say truthful things about the Jews.

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