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Lou's reply to rayww-B Lou Pilder

Posted by Lou Pilder on December 8, 2004, at 14:39:53

In reply to Lou's reply to rayww- rayww, posted by Lou Pilder on December 8, 2004, at 13:38:57

You wrote,[...understanding brings people together...].
Let me try to put it this way. Being a jew, I have been subjected to antisemitic harassment. I have felt the lash of discrimination. And I have tried to find the reasons for the treatment that I have experianced as being a jew.
Regardless of those reasons, I object to anyone saying anything that has the potential to have one think that the jews killed their Messiah, which has also been said as [...the jews killed Christ...]. For about 2000 years, the statement that [...the jews killed christ...] has been used by some to arrouse antisemitic feelings. I can trace the statement all the way through history for about 2000 years to Hitler and to now.
Could we not have understanding that that statement has the potential to be offensive to jews and others? Could we not leave those type of statements off of a mental health board? If understanding as you say brings people together, could you not post this type of statement again understanding that they have the potential to cause me to feel unwelcome here?




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