About Eeyore

Canadian artist and counter-jihad and freedom of speech activist as well as devout Schrödinger's catholic

5 Replies to “The Farhud: History of Islam and antisemitism in the 20th century”

  1. I was considering purchasing this book, but I find my interest waning as I listen to this first video. Edwin Black comes off as somewhat unprepared and insecure in his presentation.
    Perhaps this material is better presented with a panel which will include the people who helped research the material &/or having Mr. Black prepare a power point presentation to keep his presentation of this important information flowing more smoothly.
    I hope his writing skills are far superior to his presentation style.

  2. I’m compelled to comment further despite only reaching the second video.
    @10:20 on tape 2 …Black mentions “Henry Ford’s Protocols of the Elder’s of Zion”. Good heavens, if this is what Black considers historic scholarship, he’s rendered the value of the rest of the historic references in his book worthless.
    Reknown anti-semite, Henry Ford was not the author of The Protocols, though Ford did agree with the material and in 1920 published a four volume set of booklets titled, “The International Jew” sourced from the Protocols, and further had his own paper, “The Dearborn Independent” publish “The International Jew: The World’s Problem”.

    FWIW,in researching the link for this comment, the connection between Dearborn and current day muslim anti-zionist/anti-semitic dominance of that region becomes better understood.

    Black needs to be far more careful with his ‘history’.

  3. wtd,

    I agree. I noticed those things too, and I felt frustrated and distressed by seeing those things.

    The following is something that I have written about something that has to do with what you wrote about in your comments. In the following that I have written, the part in bold format is the part that has to do with what you wrote about in your comments.

    Almost all Jewish people experience, to varying degrees, a deep profound form of Stockholm Syndrome – a detrimental unwholesome delusional state of mind. I, in the past, experienced this unwholesome state of mind to a certain degree.

    In experiencing this unwholesome state of mind, Jewish people do the following things.

    O Jewish people, in general, accept, to varying degrees, false accusations that are made against themselves, or against other Jewish people, by non-Jewish people who are attacking them.

    O Jewish people who are experiencing this unwholesome state of mind to only a relatively mild degree, and who, therein, are not completely delusional, and who try to verbally defend themselves who are being attacked and falsely accused by non-Jewish people, and who try to verbally defend other Jewish people who are being attacked and falsely accused by non-Jewish people, are psychologically overwhelmed and are not able to clearly communicate the reality of the situation.

    O Some Jewish people – Jewish people who are experiencing extremely severe forms of this unwholesome state of mind – are fervent propagators of, and are the most influential propagators of, lies that vilify the Jewish people who are being attacked and falsely accused by non-Jewish people.

  4. The sad thing is that this is the level of scholarship in the modern world, most people are so uneducated by our modern educational system that they will believe these mistakes.

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