Without wishing to be controversial or offensive, if we look at what has been happening over the past few years, is there more to it than meets the eye?Ah. Damn. We were going strong until the phrase "Jew-owned." This whole paragraph reminds me of the mountain climber game on "Price is Right"... this guy was just slowly and precariously climbing up the rhetoric cliff, until he finally fell off by using "Jew-owned" as venomously as possible.
These institutions created this subprime bad debt to inflate their balance sheets so their Jewish owners could boast higher profit figures. The Jewish financiers at Lehman Brothers, Goldman Sachs, Bear Sterns et al then walked away with huge bonuses the past few years on the back of profits generated through these worthless assets (which had been given falsely high credit ratings by Jew-owned credit agencies).
Then, when the going is about to get tough, the jewish insiders at these investment banks get rid of their stock (which they did towards the back end of 2006), then speculate against their own banks to profiteer further, while their financier and executive friends continue to walk away with appalling bonuses. Finally when the penny drops and these securities are shown to be worthless (which the Jews knew all along), the taxpayer is left to pick up the bill, and the Jew profits at the expense of the general public.Apparently he's unaware that Jewish holidays aren't scheduled like college football games -- we can't just throw up a Tu B'Shvat whenever we need, like a school last minute scheduling a I-AA team for a quick victory.
The timing of this is also interesting. How convenient that they have a two-day break for the Jewish new year now, before the vote goes to congress on thursday. Or am I just being paranoid?
When trying to get a rise out of people online, for no particular reason, I call someone a "Jew" and they get all offended.The responses ALL follow this general line of thinking:
I have found that people don't get offended if you call them an "Arab" or a "Swede". Anyone have any thoughts?
Because it's used as a derogatory when someone skimps on money or other stereotypical things Jewish people do (from an antisemitic point of view).Well, yes and no. Yes, you're correct. But I really don't feel that gets to the heart of the issue why it's offensive. I'd like to think that people don't get upset when someone "trying to get a rise out of [them] online" calls them "Jew" ONLY because that's suggesting the person is cheap -- that alone makes the word "Jew" synonymous with "cheap," which remains wholly problematic.
I heard that no jewish went to work on 911, it this true. So did they knew something we didn't.I'm not sure where this rumor came from, but there are at least 50 questions on Yahoo Answers about it.
So now, the inevitable question: If terrorists didn't cause 9/11, who did? Remember that there are in fact two towers. Two minus one is one; one one - 11; two minus one is one; one one, and there are nine members on Silverstein's board of directors. That's nine-one-one. Nine-eleven. And take 2 - 1 + 9/11 and you get 12, which leads us all to the mastermind of the 9/11 attacks. Kyle!There's an alarmingly distinct parallel between the people of Yahoo Answers and Cartman.
Twelve contains the numbers one and two ... and one and two with 911 and you get 914! Drop the 4 and it's 91! Exactly the score Kyle got on his spelling test twelve days after 9/11! Who has the most to gain from 9/11?! Kyle! Who was nowhere to be found the morning the towers fell?! Kyle!
if u are jewish do u even understand what you are reading ??.taht ekil trams tsuj er'ew, yas I nac tahW
Is this really just a myth (e.g. just like myth about Ukrainian Jews having horns) or is there an actual medical reason for it?Let's see what was voted the best answer...
Your question is a bit too open ended. I am assuming you are not referring to the coccyx but Jews with birth abnormalities that resemble a tail. Statistically speaking more Jews have been born with this defect recently but this is most likely due to the increased birth defects caused by the Chernobyl disaster. Interestingly exactly the same thing applies to Ukrainian Jews with abnormal calcium build-up on their heads, although these in no way resemble "satanic horns".I think I'd be a lot more apt to pick apart that answer (which, by the way, is inaccurate in about 15 different ways) if both my mom and I didn't each have a small calcium build-up on our scalps.