Tuesday, March 03, 2009

George Bernard Shaw on the Jews

[My two brothers, one of whom has been under the lifelong care of the psychiatric profession himself, claim that I am "insane." I always find it fascinating that my particular "madness" is shared by so many of the great men and women of history. If I am crazy, I am in very good company indeed. - HAC]

"This is the real enemy, the invader from the East, the Druze, the ruffian, the oriental parasite; in a word: the Jew. (London Morning Post, December 3, 1925)

This craving for bouquets by Jews is a symptom of racial degeneration. The Jews are worse than my own people. Those Jews who still want to be the Chosen race (chosen by the late Lord Balfour) can go to Palestine and stew in their own juice. The rest had better stop being Jews and start being human beings. (Literary Digest, October 12, 1932)

-George Bernard Shaw, 20th century British dramatist.

1 Comments:

Blogger Gee M said...


Actually, the meat of his ramblings are mostly paranoid rantings...the only close approximation of the truth in these ramblings is '...I am "insane." .'

2:14 AM  

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