European survey: Jewish citizens feel anti-Semitism is on the rise

Reply Tue 2 Feb, 2016 03:15 pm
I've known some people that are anti-Frenetic. Back in the '60's they would say, "Wow," and "Cool" frequently. I was alway too high-strung with neurotic anxiety to be anti-Frenetic. Los Angeles used to be known for being anti-Frenetic. "Heavy, man!"

But, getting back to this thread, the difference between the 1930's and today is that Israel is giving non-Jews (aka, Gentiles) the cognitive dissonance of not understanding what happened to the "timid Jew"? Or, is it just that Jews act differently when not a minority?
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