Why some hate the Jewish people?

Discussion in 'Abrahamic Religions' started by Amica, Jul 3, 2009.

  1. Adi

    Adi Village Idiot

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    Ah, "you're either with us or with the terrorists", is that it?
    Sorry, Love, that only works in the movies.

    Here's a better one:

    "Those who dominated the circle of learning and culture,
    In the company of the perfect, became lamps among their peers.
    By daylight they could not escape from the darkness,
    So they told a fable, and went to sleep."

    I think it's Omar Khayyan.
    (Could be a lie though.)

    Cheers.
    And ciao.

    Oh and yes, defintely a deer.
     
  2. Avi

    Avi Interfaith Forums

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    Hey Idiot (I am not using that name as an adjective, which would clearly be against the COC, I am using it as a pronoun, because it is what you call yourself in your avatar),

    We are not surprised, because we are used to your lying.

    We know the trajectory that you will follow, we have seen it before, several times:

    1) You will post some of your half baked ideas about Egyptology with no sources,
    2) You will post your theories about how Jesus or other early Christians were stoned to death by the Jews,
    3) You will send abusive PMs to anyone who disagrees with you,
    4) And finally, you will be banned. :)

    So rather than drag this out for a couple of weeks like your pre-incarnates, could you please just accelerate it and do it in a couple of days so we can get rid of you and just start again. :mad:

    Oh, and do any of the Admins. notice a pattern :confused: (Eccles, Holysmoke, Sonoman).
     
  3. Adi

    Adi Village Idiot

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    Yes, yes... chosen people are very different from master racists,
    humans are different from monkeys and drinking one's self to death is quite a far cry from a bullet to the head. You've made your point, Pumpkin.

    Don't worry, I'll show myself to the book burning party outside and ...sorry, but I am none of those people you just mentioned.

    :cool:
     
  4. Avi

    Avi Interfaith Forums

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  5. iBrian

    iBrian Peace, Love and Unity Staff Member

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    Okay, Avi, let's try and act a little more civilised, please. :)

    It is perfectly reasonable to presume you may have mistaken a new member for someone else, in which case, bad sport old boy.

    However, if you feel that the new member is a previously banned member trying to return, then this is entirely a matter for the site staff to deal with.

    Best not to have public conflict in the meantime. :)
     
  6. Avi

    Avi Interfaith Forums

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    Oh, ok sure Brian, it looks like "Adi" is a model citizen :rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes::rolleyes: (Banging head against wall !!!).

    Only can you remove this part of your post ? Otherwise you might have to remove 98% of this forums posts :D.
     
  7. Postmaster

    Postmaster New Member

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    Although I hate generalising, over all I love the Jewish people. I can think of a couple that have changed my life in a very good way at the moment. But this is general, you get your good and bad in all walks of life. Hate is a terrible thing.
     
  8. Nick the Pilot

    Nick the Pilot Well-Known Member

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    Adi,

    I liked your comment,

    "...chosen people are very different from master racists...."

    Just because I prefer one ethnic group over another does not mean that I feel it is superior to all other ethnic groups. I am reminded of two definitions: A patriotic person says his or her country is a great country. A nationalisitic person says his or her country is better than all the others. It is perfectly fine to be patriotic without being nationalistic, and we should not confuse one with the other.
     
  9. Postmaster

    Postmaster New Member

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    Nice thats very true Nick.
     
  10. Avi

    Avi Interfaith Forums

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    Ok Nick, I think yourself and "Adi", here, might have some common interests. He might like your ideas about the 60 ft. super race of humans. He will probably give you a couple of even nuttier ideas.

    But what I thought was most interesting about your newest great idea, is this part of your "prefering one ethnic group over another". Can you tell us more about that one. Please remember to keep it within the context of the OP. So which ethnic groups do you prefer ? Which do you prefer less ? And why ?

    Oh man, I think I need my own reincarnation :D
     
  11. Postmaster

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    just pointing out I havent been following the thread.
     
  12. Adi

    Adi Village Idiot

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    If I may, Avi...
    my original comment was not intended as an attack on Jews or Judaism.

    It was an answer to the question as to why people might hate them and, if it was, or led, to an attack of any kind, it was most certainly directed at prejudice in general.

    Many groups are guilty of it, hiding behind religion as a smokescreen to the personal vices which seem to take up the better parts of their day.

    I have found myself in love with a Jewish girl in the not so distant past... one of the most beautiful people I have ever known. It didn't work out but our love or its demise hadn't a dmaned thing to do with her race or her religion.

    I have also been beaten... to a bloody pulp, by neo-Nazis who mistook me for a Jew, when I am about as Nordic as a person can be, racially speaking, and not at all what one could call "a Jew", concerning my spiritual path.

    I do not hold it against Judaism, I hold it against ignorance itself.
    So, forgive me for using such a harsh analogy in my opening statement... and try to look past it.

    Because it's not all I said.

    Peace.
     
  13. Adi

    Adi Village Idiot

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    Avi... if you will calm down for a second, you might see that my comment was not directed at Jews or Judaism, but at prejudice in general. In fact, it was simply an answer to the question, "Why do people hate Jews?"

    It was an honest answer. Nothing more.
     
  14. Nick the Pilot

    Nick the Pilot Well-Known Member

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    "prefering one ethnic group over another".

    --> Jews prefer the Jewish culture. Muslims prefer the Muslim culture. It is that simple. And, the more times a person reincarnates into a particular culture, the more they get used to and prefer that culture.

    I am a good example. Even though I am wearing a Caucasian body in this reincarnation, I speak Japanese, and Japanese people are always amazed at how well I speak Japanese. There is no way to explain this (I know Caucasians who have lived in Japan for 20 years and cannot speak the language for beans) except for the fact that I have previoiusly reincarnated into a Japanese body many times. (My wearing of a Caucasian body in this reincarnation is rather unusual for me.)
     
  15. Avi

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    So "Adi", what brought you to the neo-Nazi rally in the first place ? Was it new member recruiting day in your neighborhood, just curious ? :rolleyes:

    Also, you haven't done any DNA testing, perchance, to verify your Nordic genetic profile ? :rolleyes:

    By the way, interesting avatar, could you tell us more about it ? It looks almost Egyptian to me. :rolleyes:
     
  16. Avi

    Avi Interfaith Forums

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    Nick, please give us the details of your reincarnation into a Japanese body ?
     
  17. Nick the Pilot

    Nick the Pilot Well-Known Member

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    Hi Henry! (That's my new nickname for Avi.)

    When I went to live in Japan (in this lifetime), I went to visit the large statue of Buddha just south of Tokyo.

    Great Buddha of Kamakura - Japan Photo Gallery

    When I walked into that courtyard and saw that huge statue of Buddha, I was overcome with a feeling of, "Finally home!" which took me by great surprise. I was to learn later from a psychic that I had reincarnated several times as a Buddhist monk in Japan. This explains my strong, unexplainable affinity for Buddhist temples. I always feel wonderfully comfortable when I am at a Buddhist temple, it is uncanny, and there is only one way to explain it -- reincarnation.

    I do have memories of one lifetime in Japan, but it was as a miserable coolie. We had to work seven days a week from sunup to sundown. That is a reincarnation I do not want to return to.

    People are always baffled by child prodigies who can play the piano like a professional. (I attended such a concert just a few weeks ago.) To me, it is not baffling at all -- they practiced for decades in their previous reincarnation, and they are merely picking up where they left off. This makes perfect sense to me.
     
  18. Adi

    Adi Village Idiot

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    Ha...

    if you only knew.


    You'd probably fall in love with me.

    *roflmao*
     
  19. wil

    wil UNeyeR1

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    I also subscribe to that line of thinking...it appears muscle memory is better than mental memory...

    Along those lines and Jewish folks...I wonder if some Jews have been reincarnated as Jews for many lifetimes and benefit in the repeated torah studies as you noticed in your Buddhist affinity?
     
  20. iBrian

    iBrian Peace, Love and Unity Staff Member

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    Hopefully you'll find Avi is a little more settled down than last time, and you should be fine to continue on the forums without unnecessary interruption. :)
     

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