May 12, 2017
Why would you hate people who are trying to create utopia for you?
A recent poll from PEW Research studying religious and political views of central and eastern-European countries came out on Wednesday, and the main point is, of course, hatred for the innocent Jews, who never did nothin’ to nobody, but are nonetheless hated for absolutely no reason whatsoever.
Pew conducted the survey from June 2015 to July 2016 through face-to-face interviews in 17 languages with more than 25,000 adults ages 18 and older. The survey spans an area running eastward from the Czech Republic and Poland to Russia, Georgia and Armenia, and southward from the Baltic States to the Balkans and Greece.
It surveyed residents of 18 countries, finding less than 50 per cent of respondents indicated they would accept having Jewish family members.
Anti-Jewish sentiment varied between different countries, with some nationalities more pre-disposed than others to open hostility to members of the Jewish faith. A third of Armenians polled in the study said Jews should not be citizens, significantly higher than the median anti-Jewish sentiment measured in other countries.
Countries with large Jewish populations prior to the Holocaust registered higher levels of anti-Jewish sentiment, including Lithuania (23 per cent), Romania (22 per cent), the Czech Republic (19 per cent) and Poland (18 per cent).
The fact that the countries with most experience with Jews are also the ones least likely to like them is all down to ignorance and nothing else. Implying that it might have to do something with, say, creating communism and then killing tens of millions of people across these countries is just pure hatred.
Look away goyim, lest you get a pre-disposition!
The Pew survey, which you can read in full here, is much longer and touches on a lot of issues including national identity, gay “marriage,” and so on. One of the highlights for me is that every single country included in the poll had a two-digit percentage of the population that doesn’t think (((democracy))) is the best form of government. The question was framed somewhat confusingly(probably on purpose), but the result looks good to me:
Overall, the study shows what we already knew – Eastern Europeans have a generally healthier view of the world than Western Europeans, and Orthodox Christians are more BASED than the Catholic ones (except for Lithuania). There was however one little thing that bothered me, and that’s how faggotry is viewed in the Czech republic, which is the only country on the list where the majority of the population is non-religious:
Fewer people in the Czech Republic believe faggotry is wrong than in many western European countries!
What is the thought process by which you get from “God doesn’t exist” to “man-on-man buttsex is totally okay”?
What does religion have to do with these “people” spreading diseases, fucking little boys and generally being disgusting?
Do you really need a priest to tell you that a man having another man’s shit in his urethra is disgusting?
Do you actually need God to realize how sick this is?