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Friday, 27 May 2011


Mannie Sherberg
Words do not exist in isolation. Every word derives its meaning in part from its relationship with other words. "Solution" is meaningless without "problem." The word is used about Jews because Jews are perceived -- and have been for 2,000 years -- as a problem. Most of the people who find the Jews problematic have had only one solution: the disappearance of the Jews -- and hence the diappearance of the problem. But every attempt to make the Jews disappear has so far failed. This has led to immense frustration on the part of the problem-perceivers. "Swaps" and "transfers" are merely rhetorical hocus-pocus which the frustrated use to soothe their frustration. The only real solution -- the only way to eliminate once and for all the frustration -- is to exterminate the Jews. As long as the problem-perceivers cannot do that -- as long as they cannot realize their perhaps sub-conscious dream of eliminating the Jews and thereby eliminating the problem -- we will continue to hear about swaps and transfers and other such gobbledygook.

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