ed note–a case study of Judaic mental illness if ever there was one.
That any sane person would even ask such a question in a rhetorical sense, as if the answer were elusive or somehow difficult to answer, reveals that in fact, the person asking the question is not sane at all.
Purim–like all aspects of Judaism–is a celebration of Judaic violence against Gentiles, recounting the mass murder of 75,000 Persians as described in the book of Esther. During the Purim celebration, Jews eat pastries made out to resemble the body parts–ears, eyes, internal organs, etc–of the Persian enemies whose death/destruction is being celebrated.
And people wonder why this ‘celebration’ of Judaic violence does in fact turn violent every year?
Just like the incessant questioning of the roots of ‘anti-Shemitism’ and the ridiculous lengths to which Jews/Jewish organizations will go in trying to conjure up alternative explanations as to the origins of…
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