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September 2, 2010

Re: Do most Israelis and many other Jews need to feel persecuted?

Mila Breiser

Thanks for Alan Hart's article "Do most Israelis and many other Jews need to feel persecuted?" (Aug. 25). Hart's assessment reflects my thoughts exactly, especially the first half. Nevertheless, I'd like to add two points:

The first concerns Monty Renot’s statement about the mass state of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among many Jews. I’ve always thought that PTSD could only affect persons who directly and personally experienced by traumatic events. Many victims of World War II, for example, suffered from PTSD, though few are alive today to talk about it.

On the other hand, no 40-year-old, 30-year-old, or teenaged Israeli—or the majority of Jews—has ever experienced such trauma.

That’s why I’d never think of PTSD as the cause of Jewish mass mania. A better answer would be the chronic Israeli “disease” of propagandistic brainwashing, and the readiness of Jews to accept it to keep up the anti-Palestinian, anti-Muslim world order.

The second concerns the suggested “New Covenant.”

I think one side of that covenant has been complied with for many, many years; namely, efforts to fight anti-Semitism in every possible way, be it legislative, political, educational, financial or whatever.

In Germany, this effort has grown to such an extent that other ethnic/religious groups that actually suffer persecution are forgotten.

What about the other side?

Will it ever slightly make efforts to comply with the covenant? Given the situation today, I can only say “no, it won’t.”

The reason, as perfectly described in the article, is that the role of Jew as victim is required to maintain the state of Israel. What we are talking about is pure propaganda.

The criminal consequences of this despicable propaganda cannot be treated by a psychologist, but must be fought using sanctions and a new political approach against Israel.

The covenant will definitely not be fulfilled by both sides; therefore, amicable measures won’t do the job. We need long-overdue action to show the poor, pampered, little monster-baby Israel its limits.

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Dotan Rousso. Holds a Ph.D. in Law—a former criminal prosecutor in Israel. Currently working as a college professor in Canada.

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