Prejudice sketch

Brilliant.

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6 thoughts on “Prejudice sketch

  1. Ah, I see, of course. Yes, you’re right.

    Along the same lines, and if I understood Bernard Wasserstein correctly, Arthur Koestler also observed what Jon Pike describes as an identity-prejudicial credibility deficit when he refers to Jewish notables, in trying to raise the alarm about or impress the importance of the Holocaust, as “the old labelled names”.

    But in some circles you can acquire an identity-prejudicial credibility credit if, like Finkelstein, you want to revise the memory of the Holocaust to present it as Jewish capital (something that Jews exploit).

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