Shock & horror: Anti-Semitism spreads to China

Reposted with Permission from IrishSavant.com

All right-minded people will be saddened to learn that the growing scourge of anti-Semitism has now spread to China. One Jewish writer says ‘I live in China, and in the last few weeks I’ve been alarmed at the amount of antisemitic propaganda being published by Baidu News. Baidu is China’s equivalent of Google, so it reaches a truly enormous readership, and is state owned.‘ He goes on to cite two reports, one of which essentially denies that the Holocaust  happened, and claims that the number of Jews really killed numbered only in the “tens of thousands.” Another article claims, wait for it, that ‘the Jews themselves have responsibility for the Holocaust for being too greedy and self-interested. The truth is that Hitler never slaughtered the Jews. Hitler broke the financial dragon egg in order to establish the values ​​of labor. He did indeed shoot a few financial oligarchs, but did not massacre the Jews. 
 And a new best-seller called Currency Wars has really set the cat among the pigeons. The book’s author, Song Hongbing, claims that behind world-changing events like the battle of Waterloo, Adolf Hitler’s rise to power, President Kennedy’s assassination, and the deep recession in Asia during the 1990s stood an intricate conspiracy aimed at increasing Jews’ wealth and influence. In fact he claims that almost every defining historical moment has been instigated by Jewish bankers, and mainly the Rothschild family, which Song says dominates the global banking system, including the US Federal Reserve System.

And the Chinese are supposed to be clever. How the hell did they get those crazy ideas? Incidentally the articles and the associated comments provide an insight into the sperg-like amorality of the Chinese mind which assesses profound moral issues like genocide and treason in strictly utilitarian terms. I’d hate to be at the mercy of these guys.

Like the Africans soon will be.

19 replies
  1. anarchyst
    anarchyst says:

    An anti-semite used to be a person who hates semitic people.
    Today’s definition of an anti-semite is a person that jews hate…

  2. William Gruff
    William Gruff says:

    ‘Spergs’ should not be considered ‘amoral’ nor should we be written off as ‘utilitarian’ simply because we can see through the self-serving deceits of psychopaths without feeling inadequate or guilty and are prepared to suggest the simplest solution to a problem that is not nearly as complicated as others are expected to believe.

  3. Ole C G Olesen
    Ole C G Olesen says:

    Well … considering that the OPIUM WARS and the OPIUM TRADE on CHINA was a PURE JEWISH UNDERTAKING .. ANTI- JUDAISM can come as no surprise … So one should alert the CHINESE that ” Anti SEMITISM is a MISNOMER .. created for JEWISH SELF AGGRANDISATION… Few people have resentments against for ex Maltese or Ethiopians or any other Semitic People .. ,,, the ANIMOSITY is purely directed against JUDAISM and its predatory Proselytes due ro MILLENIAS af abuse of any other People

  4. Eric Mueller
    Eric Mueller says:

    Currency Wars (貨幣戰爭 Huòbì zhànzhēng) by Song Hongbing (宋鸿兵)is about 10 years old, as a matter of fact. Yes, it’s a best seller. But it’s not exactly “anti-semitic” more like “philo-semitic.” Song has been quoted as exclaiming: “The Chinese people think that the Jews are smart and rich, so we should learn from them,” he says, adding, “Even me, I think they are really smart, maybe the smartest people on earth.”
    Indeed, newly capitalist China is full of admiration for Jews and their proverbial money-mindedness and “enterprise.” I’ve seen big displays on the Jews in Chinese bookstores and the tenor of all of it is admiration.

    • Sophie Johnson
      Sophie Johnson says:

      Thank you,Eric. Your remarks are consistent with the information I obtained from a prominent young Chinese scholar: 1. Baidu, the Chinese version of Google, is not State owned. 2. The Chinese version of Wikipedia, Baidu baike, runs the usual pro-Jew description of the ‘Nazi Holocaust’ here:

      https://baike.baidu.com/item/%E5%8F%8D%E7%8A%B9%E5%A4%AA%E4%B8%BB%E4%B9%89/10315380?fr=aladdin#1_3.

      (The Google English translation can be understood)

      My young informant does not appear to be aware of Chinese antisemitism. (The sort of thing does not interest her much, but if antisemitism were promnent in China, she would certainly know about it.)

      • Frank Frivilous
        Frank Frivilous says:

        Sophie Johnson, your informant doesn’t know a lot of things because her access to information is severely curtailed by their government. You can be sure that their government knows who was involved in the disappearance of a certain Malaysian airliner and where the Chinese citizens are who were on that flight.

        • Sophie Johnson
          Sophie Johnson says:

          My informant is a highly intelligent, superbly qualified academically, well travelled person, with intense experience of univerisites outside China. (It does not do to stereotype!)

          • Eric Mueller
            Eric Mueller says:

            The issue here isn’t about some hidden dealings of the state’s secret services. (We in the U.S. don’t know much about what the “open” and “transparent” U.S. govt. is doing, so how can anybody know all about China’s state secrets?) The issue here, however, is whether the popularity of a particular Chinese book signals a rise of general antisemitism among the Chinese populace. I’m sure Sophie’s informant is in a position to be aware of any big upsurge in mass antipathy to Jews – if there were any such upsurge.

          • Eric Mueller
            Eric Mueller says:

            I might add, though, that although it’s pretty much tabu in the U.S. to draw attention to Jews as a group or to the Jewish identity of any individual, there is no such tabu in China. People can freely generalize about Jews and their facility at making money without crossing any politically-incorrect red lines. To us – living where such talk is risque – this might seem like popular anti-Semitism among Chinese. I think, rather, that it’s simply that the topic of Jews isn’t as sensitive there. Overall, as I’ve said, my impression has been from my experiences in China in recent years – and I’ve been going there from time to time since 1980 – that there’s great enthusiasm among Chinese for making money and a great admiration for people (or peoples) who are successful in business. Jews, obviously, fit that profile.

          • Frank Frivilous
            Frank Frivilous says:

            Oh Well, that may put your informant in quite another category. They may be an informant for CCP! Hard to imagine someone of your description not fitting that stereotype.

    • Bruno
      Bruno says:

      Eric, you touch some decent spots. It’s one thing to get a google or other translator, but another to ambulate in book stores and rub shoulders with the community. I use to supply outside MSM with news from behind the Iron Curtain and when reading the results would often be amazed at the Z manipulation , networking and added colour. Today millions see similar results on Z tube simply due a a comment by a female Dem Rep of NY. Can you imagine the waves within the proletarian sea that follows the flow…

  5. Rob
    Rob says:

    I’m reading The Analects by Confucius. The cover show a painting of Confucius. He’s hunched forward, rubbing his hands like Le Happy Merchant!

    In chemistry, like dissolves like. We can graft Confucianism onto our ideology and dissolve the jews.

    Seriously. The Chinese are the key to defeating the jew.

  6. Frank Frivilous
    Frank Frivilous says:

    The Chinese obviously aren’t as foolish as Europeans. Granted, their entire civilization was turned upside down by British sponsored Communism. They plan for the long term and are quite capable of seeing the bigger picture. I’m betting that we will all be speaking Mandarin at the end of the century and not Hebrew.

    • Bruno
      Bruno says:

      Frank, how true. They plan for the long haul. As a youth I was at a party and copulated with a Chinese student. Her family was well to do and before her marriage we kept in touch. The intellectuals of their people are all about the future. Most don’t realize it but they have. – for ages- influenced businesses outside of China, in several political countries. Today their intrinsic and extrinsic building outpaces anything by us. EuroMan, as you know, -in a plethora of states- has been flooded with multicultural enriching low IQers. Frank, will we get our ballgame together? Oh, what I could write about former haunts such as London, Detroit…

      • frank frivilous
        frank frivilous says:

        My advice, Bruno. Would have been to marry your Chinese girl friend if her family would have allowed it, and learn the language. I don’t believe that the Chinese people will labor under Communism much longer and when they sort out their differences, a la Cantonese, Taiwanese, etc. They will be an unstoppable force industrially and culturally.

  7. Pierre de Craon
    Pierre de Craon says:

    Surely there was a time when “assess[ing] profound moral issues like genocide and treason in strictly utilitarian terms” could be plainly called what it is: gross immorality. It’s sad to see someone that folks like me think of as an ally or even a trusted friend reach here, seemingly reflexively, for the nearest container of whitewash to obscure the offending parties’ moral agency by reference to a très hip mental disorder. Being myself half a Mick genetically and rather more than that in terms of upbringing and general acculturation, it rankles all the more.

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