Tuesday, September 28, 2021
Miles from the Mainstream
D. R. ZUKERMAN, proprietor

A theory on one aspect of anti-Semitism

June 6, 2021 --

Anti-Semites have no little difficulty when Jews fight to defend themselves, because the anti-Semite believes that the appropriate way for
a Jew to respond to attack is by pleading for mercy, preferably by groveling at the feet of the anti-Semite who may or may not respond favorably to the supplication.

LPR posits that the foregoing explains the difficulty anti-Semites in the Democrat party and in the "international community" have when Israel responds  with military force to attack by Jihadists, and, further, generally consider any. defensive  use of force by the Jewish state "disproportionate."

The Jew, for the anti-Semite  after all, is supposed to grovel when attacked, not resist.  And should the Jew even dare to fight back, as Biden made clear, the anti-Semite will impose a severe time limit to make sure the source of the attack on Jews is not defeated, the anti-Semite understanding that it is intolerable for the despised Jew to force his attacker to surrender.