Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Europe still blames the Jews

And the anti-Jewish sentiment is strongest in a country which expelled it's Jews en masse in 1492 and where only 12,000 Jews live today (or 0.03% of the total population of 42.5 million):

It says that in Spain, 74 percent of those asked say they feel it is "probably true" that Jews hold too much sway over the global financial markets. That is the highest percentage in the survey.

Article from Jpost: 1/3 of Europeans: "Jews caused financial meltdown"

And while Europeans are keeping vigilant watch against the global Jewish conspiracy, they are still in denial about this:


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