Anonymous 01/04/2018 (Thu) 20:48:00 Id: 300f8b No.62954 del
Is right. This is drifting off topic. We might as well delve into it.
I suspect you at least sympathize with some jewish people because you seem to have that nature to your posts (you might not be, but it seems that way at least for now). It's time for the NSDAP's view on the 'good jew'.

"When we talk to individuals or groups about the crimes of the jews as a group, frequently we are told by one or more individuals that they know of ‘good jew’ who meets all their personal criteria of a praiseworthy individual. This individual can be conservative, opposed to immigration, opposed to Israel, for European nationalism and so on or they can a socially-minded jew, opposed to Zionism, active in the fight against the Israel Lobby and so on. This ‘good jew’ is an ‘exception to the rule’ and is an example which jews could follow to become creditable individuals as a group and disproves that all jews are necessarily evil creatures. We are also told that this ‘good jew’; and the presumed existence of those like them, is why we cannot credit the jews; as a group, as being the enemy, because there will always be jews who do credible things and oppose the negative trends that emanate among their own people before being dispersed among the Gentiles. The interesting thing about this claimed 'good jew' is that they are amorphous in so far as they have no definite form in that they can quickly change characteristics when the individual describing them changes their preferences or is in different company."

For any example you provide, I can reveal their ulterior motive. There is always one goal if they're telling the truth. This is known as controlled opposition. "Jews that have committed evil are not real jews" is nonsense. Inexcusable actions do not magically turn them from "chosen ones" jews to Gentiles. At the end of the day, they've still been murderous deceivers for centuries. Referring right back to "jews expelled.jpeg" here: >>62940

I suppose if you want to look at it from a biblical perspective, they once were chosen but then they whined and complained, worshiping idols, committing sacrifices and ruined their chance forever. Now they're the scorned of all creation. It is their end spoken of in Ezekiel as well as Revelation.