Was Jew Privilege what led to 6 million deaths in Poland in 1942.
No. It was the result of scapegoating and already present anti-Semitism in the non-Jewish population. Hitler just capitalized on what was already present. He didn’t create it out of thin air.
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That’s a stretch too far for me, sorry. Nazis were Nazis. Not the American right or the American left. No one is wanting to round people up, confine them in ghettos and gas them to death. I lost family in the holocaust. I compare no one to Nazis except other Nazis from that time period. Even modern Ukrainian Nazis (yes, there really are people who seem to have adopted some of the Hitler Nazi platforms) are not embracing all of the ideology of Hitler. They want Jews to leave. Are radically nationalistic but they are not starting the trains running.
Not the same.
Anti semitism goes back to the middle ages when Christians couldn't be moneylenders but jews could, so they got financially shrewd and were envied which led to pogroms way before the Nazis.
That's just plain stupid.
This is a joke 😂💀
Whatever crap you’ve been reading, Appell, I recommend throwing it in the trash.
I am impressed
APPELL - no, but the mistake is understandable. You need to read about Eugenics as well. What happened to the Jews isn't bc a minority had privileges over and above the majority, it was bc the majority were convinced the Jewish minority were the cause of all the hardships being faced by the majority. They were dehumanized, and the majority was convinced by their leadership that the removal of the Jews would lead to the reversal of Fortune for the majority.
The parallel isn't "Black Lives Matter." It's the current rhetoric that dehumanizes our minorities, and positions them as the cause of all the difficulties being experienced by the majority.
I did this shortly before Trump was elected. I took a translated speech by Hitler, and made a few (documented) changes. Amazing how close it sounds to what we hear from Trump and his supporters today. At least, I think so.
You seemed to learn the wrong lessons from the sources you listed
My comment was to Appel
I thought you were talking to Shazam
I think you should look up the history of Jewish people in Europe before you start talking about "Jewish privilege"