The king of JewSpeak has to be “antisemtism,” or as I like to call it, rantisemtism. Is there a more obnoxious, dishonest, or wildly manipulated word in the English language? Even Encylopedia Britannica describes antisemitism as a misnomer, but that’s just the tip of the iceberg.


The term “semite” reportedly originated from the name Shem, one of Noah’s sons. However, the word coninued to evolve long after Noah’s biblical flood.

In the 18th and 19th centuries, European scholars began to use the term “Semitic” to categorize a family of languages that included Hebrew, Arabic, Aramaic, and others. The term “Semitic languages” was first used by the German historian and linguist August Ludwig von Schlözer in the 1780s. The word was later sometimes used in broader ethnological and anthropological contexts.

The term “antisemitism” was purportedly first used by the German journalist and political agitator Wilhelm Marr in the late 19th century. He coined the term “Antisemitismus” in 1879 in his pamphlet titled “Der Weg zum Siege des Germanenthums über das Judenthum” (“The Way to Victory of Germanicism over Judaism”). It is claimed by some that Harr’s usage was intended to promote oppostion to Jews, and it also marked a shift from religious discrimination to a more secular and racial form of anti-Jewism. Ironically, the term antisemitism was later adopted by the Jews themselves.

The word antisemitism is utterly confusing and deceptive on several levels. Semitic Jews are greatly outnumbered by semitic Arabs. So calling a person an anti-Semite suggests that they hate Jews and Arabs both. Adding to the confusion is the fact that European Jews (notably the Ashkenazi Jews) apparently aren’t semites to begin with!

Non-Semites ˆ

According to Jewish folklore, the Jews were driven out of Israel when the Middle East was invaded by the Romans. The displaced Jews migrated to Europe, where they wandered in exile for 2,000 years. However, an Israeli professor named Shlomo Sand was shocked to discover that there’s no literature relating to the Jewish diaspora. He concluded that the diaspora is a myth, similar to the biblical claim that the Jews were held captive as slaves in ancient Egypt. He believes the Ashkenazi Jews are simply descended from Europeans who decided to convert to Judaism. Shlomo’s views are related in his book The Invention of the Jewish People (2008).

Shlomo’s revelation was an existential threat to Zionists who believe they are the literal descendants of the children of Israel and have a divine right to invade and occupy Israel, even if their colonization is aided by genocide. Not surprisingly, they do not accept Shlomo’s views, insisting that they are indeed semites. However, there’s a catch.

Just for argument’s sake, imagine if the Jews really were driven out of the Middle East and into Europe. Over a period of 2,000 years, their genes would have been diluted to an extaordinary degree.

If we calculate a generation as about 25 years, then we’re talking about approximately 80 generations. If 10,000 semitic Jews migrated into Europe 2,000 years ago, and just 10% of them married Europeans per generation, their modern descendants would retain about 1.83% of the genetic code of the original immigrants. That’s less than two percent! If you saw a person whose genetic code was 98% Asian and 2% European, would you call him a European? It makes no sense.

Lost Cause ˆ

But remember, we’re talking about religious kooks who will accept the tiniest shred of evidence supporting their theory as a divine miracle, like something out of a Monty Python skit. Today, the Ashkenazi Jews are frantically searching for scientific evidence that they have some magical gene linking them to the original Israelites. Good luck with that.

In the meantime, the Jews have a clever argument refuting those who claim the term antisemitism is bogus: “Don’t blame us! The term was popularized by an anti-Semite! We merely borrowed it from him.”

Even if that argument is literally true, it’s still lame. What’s stopping the Jews from cleaning up their act and embracing a more logical and more honest term, like anti-Jew?

However, the problems don’t end there. Even if people around the world understood and accepted the term antisemitism, the Jews engage in such wild manipulation of the word that no one can possibly follow along. For example, people who criticize Israel are typically dismissed as anti-Semites. A person who criticizes Wall Street might be similarly labeled an anti-Semite. People who emphasize the fact that monstrous criminals like Benie Madoff or Harvey Weinstein are Jews are commonly dubbed anti-Semites.

You can’t win. This is another reminder that you should never argue with a Jew, because they became world famous hucksters centuries ago. A Jew can defeat reason and logic with propaganda and simple denial.

Solution ˆ

My solution is to beat the Jews at their own game. I simply treat “antisemitism” like a nonsensical term or obscenity that should be ignored or condemend. These are the terms I use instead:

  • anti-Jew—the hatred or condemnation of all Jews.
  • anti-Jewarchy—the hatred of excessive Jewish power and corruption.
  • anti-Zionism—the hatred of Zionism, a religious cult that claims European Jews have some mystical genetic connection to the Middle East, and they have the right to invade and occupy Palestine, rebranding it as a de facto theocratic homeland for Jews.

No one hates Zionism more than I do. However, I seldom use the term because it suggests that Zionism is the Jews’ only problem, when it’s actually just the tip of the iceberg. In fact, many people who claim to be anti-Zionists will attack people who criticize Jews outside Israel.

Anti-Jewarchy includes, but isn’t limited to, anti-Zionism. I coined the term Jewarchy and consider myself an anti-Jewarchist. However, I often waver between anti-Jewarchism and anti-Jewism. To be brutally honest, if every Jew on the planet fell over dead, it would probably be the best thing that ever happened to humankind.

P.S. I would like to suggest that international organizations such as the International Criminal Court (ICC) and even subnational organizations enact rules prohibiting Jews from labeling critics anti-Semites in their institutions. For example, any Jews who use the A-word at a United Nations session or an ICC hearing should be penalized. If I had the power, I would put muzzles on those assholes and hang them up outside where the public can ridicule them.

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