> In a message dated 6/24/00 1:59:54 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
> << IMHO, classifying people by something they're opposed to, is pretty bad
> reasoning. There are many ways to dislike Jewish religion or culture, and
> to imply that they're all evil is either flippant or pretty damn arrogant.
> We might just as well talk about anti-Arabs, a "concept" which would
> associate neo-Nazis with a lot of Jews. >>
> The fact remains that there are people that elect to chose "to dislike Jewish
> religion and culture", in the light of the fact of a billion nominal
> Christians and a billion Muslims dominating the world and some obsess over
> this one little people. The excuses change and the real reasons never do.
> Basically it suggests to me a predilection for a fascist mentality.
I don't know if its fascist as just a typical bully mentality. Two
bullies in a playground won't face off against each other, they will
find the weakest kid on the playground and make sport of him. I suppose
if you look at it in a "Lord of the Flies" way, you could make that
association, and I'm sure there's plenty of schoolyard bullies that
wound up leading the Reich.
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