Douglas Reed explains why anti-Semitism is so prevalent in Ukraine, showing it has deep historical roots that go back for centuries . . .
This is an edited extract from Douglas Reed’s “Disgrace Abounding” [here], with an introductory note, pictures and captions by Lasha Darkmoon.
After Russia and Poland, Ukraine has always been one of the most anti-Semitic nations in the world. This brief article will help to explain why. For centuries, the moneylending Jew was allowed to batten like a bloodsucking vampire on the Christian peasant. So anti-Semitism runs deep in the region and has valid historical roots.
All this has been hushed up, however, and people are expected to believe that anti-Semitism is a pathological condition. Jews are portrayed as a race of spotlessly innocent victims always being scapegoated by bigots — in short, hated without just cause. Read More