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Why were jewish so hated in germany?

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  • 2 days ago
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    Hitler convinced the people of Germany that Jews were the cause of all the Country problems. Jews follow a strict law system on the handling of finances among themselves regarding interest charges, sharing food etc. So when the Germans were suffering. Jewish people were prospering by dealing only with themselves. Hitler was able to make the claim that the Jews were ripping off the country.

  • Anonymous
    1 day ago

    Because of religion 

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  • Anonymous
    2 days ago

    Success breeds contempt and the Germans were jealous of anyone’s success, other than the Aryan race

    • Lili
      Lv 7
      1 day agoReport

      Success breeds envy and resentment, not "contempt".

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  • Hockey
    Lv 6
    2 days ago

    Oh please, learn English before you ask such questions. Jewish is not a group. Jews would be.

    And they have been hated in Europe for millennia. Why is still a question that is hotly debated.

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    • bluebellbkk
      Lv 7
      10 hours agoReport

      @TP, if Jews are indeed financially successful, one can understand others being 'jealous', but why not try to learn from the successful rather than trying to destroy them?

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  • 3 days ago

    Success breeds contempt and the Germans were jealous of anyone’s success, other than the Aryan race

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  • 3 days ago

    That's a leading question.Yes why do other dislike the Jews generally and in some cases specifically?

    They were no more hated by the German population generally, than in any other European country. However, the were hated by the Nazis specifically, than in any other European country. 

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  • Anonymous
    3 days ago

    basically like mexicans in america today

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  • 3 days ago

    They were despised by many other western countries even in America during 1933.

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  • 3 days ago

    Mostly it was caused by their so-called "ambassadors" - the Zionists.

    It's difficult to understand unless you know what Zionism is - and what it isn't. What it ISN'T is an ethnic group representing the Jewish interests, unless it will benefit them in some way.

    What it IS, is a political movement that was established to create a political state in Palestine. The "homeland for the Jews" claim was a selling tool to build support and finances by exploiting the human emotion.

    The Jews have been stereotyped as being experts in banking and the media, among other professions. And the Zionists well-know how sympathy can be used to their advantage.

    The general political climate toward Jews during the 1920s involved a struggle for Germany's political status. The Versailles Treaty devastated Germany and the Social Democrats and Communist Jews were concerned about the victors (the allies) using Germany as a puppet state to control Europe. Both groups thought that Communism would be a better option than western Democracy.  

    Hitler, however, came to power to liberate Germany and restore it as a country in its own right - with the same powers that were enjoyed by any other country. It was Germany's right of self-determination which had been illegally taken away by the

    Versailles Treaty.

    The violence that existed in the 1920s heavily involved the struggle to make Germany a Communist state. It was these Communist Jews that Hitler was referring to when he said that all of the Jews should leave Germany.

    The Zionists, headquartered in America, took advantage of Hitler's declaration of the Communist Jews and used it to promote hatred for ALL of the Jews in Germany - including the German Jews who were not involved in the conflicts and were not

    targeted in Hitler's speech.

    It was the Zionist Jews who first accused Hitler of exterminating Jews less than 6 months after he became Chancellor. And because they'd spent the previous 18 years promoting propaganda about Jews being persecuted in Eastern Europe and

    threatened with extermination, the accusations against Hitler had pre-ordained connotations that triggered world sympathy.

    The German Jews themselves denounced what their American "leaders" were doing and said that these "leaders" had abandoned them and therefore had no right to speak for them. They called the propaganda lies.  

    Of course, it wasn't long before the German Jews' non-concerns became real concerns. Hitler knew that the United States and Britain had strong support (and influence) by the Zionists and that the main agenda was, once again, to take Germany down.

    The "Holocaust" and Wannsee Protocol ("the Final Solution") continue to demonize Germany with fairy tales about exterminations and homicidal gas chambers. Both themes are designed to evoke sympathy - which feeds the Zionists' justification for existing.

  • Brian
    Lv 7
    3 days ago

    Gosh, let me guess...you don't like them, either.

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  • Will
    Lv 7
    3 days ago

    They weren't actually. They were just part of the excuse for why post-WWI Germany was suffering.

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