Wednesday, October 18, 2006

"Anti-Semitism" a Crypto-Jew's Delight

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

The essentially meaningless term "anti-Semitism", a term for anti-Jewish which is employed as a weapon by hypocritical racist Jews with which to smear and threaten, was coined by an "anti-Semitic" crypto-Jew named Wilhelm Marr after Jewish corruption imploded the stock markets of Europe. In its article entitled "ANTI-SEMITISM", The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Volume 1, The Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Inc., New York, (1939), pp. 341-409, at 341; states:

"The word was probably first used by Wilhelm Marr, said to have been a converted Jew, in Der Sieg des Judentums ueber das Germanentum, a pamphlet which he published in 1879, the same year in which he founded the Anti-Semitic League; two years later he began publication of Zwanglose antisemitische Hefte."