A Jewish theologian from New York, Saadiya Grama, put it succinctly: “Jewish successes in the world are completely contingent upon the failure of all other peoples. Only when the gentiles face total catastrophe do the Jews experience good fortune.”[8]   and “The difference between the people of Israel and the nations of the world is an essential one. The Jew by his source and in his very essence is entirely good. The goy, by his source and in his very essence is completely evil. This is not simply a matter of religious distinction, but rather of two completely different species.”


"Grama said explicitly and bluntly what many other Jews – from Lubavitch Hassids to Matti Golan – think. More importantly, it is a true presentation of the Jewish theological paradigm, cleansed of PR lies and dissimulation." - Israel Shamir

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