Tuesday, May 13, 2014
Anti-Semitism 'Infects' One in Four People, Global Survey Finds
The “ADL Global 100” report released May 13, 2014, surveyed more than 100 countries to determine the extent of anti-Jewish sentiment worldwide.
The survey found that 26 percent — more than one in four — of the 53,100 adults surveyed are “deeply infected” with anti-Semitic attitudes. The survey was conducted in 102 countries, from Argentina to Vietnam.
P.S. I would say that 26 percent of the adults surveyed proved to be jew wise.
P.P.S. According to the Jewish TelegraphAgency, the survey gauged anti-Semitism by asking whether respondents agreed with an index of 11 statements that the ADL believes suggest anti-Jewish bias:
Jews talk too much about what happened to them during the Holocaust; Jews are more loyal to Israel than to the countries they live in; Jews think they are better than other people; Jews have too much power in international financial markets; Jews have too much power in the business world; Jews have too much control over global affairs; people hate Jews because of the way Jews behave; Jews have too much control over the U.S. government; Jews have too much control over global media; Jews are responsible for most of the world’s wars; Jews don’t care about what happens to anyone but their own kind.
To deny that any of the above statements are true is to deny the truth. The survey should have found everyone they surveyed as being infected with "anti-Jewish bias"... or in other words being "cognizant of the truth." The survey found only 26 percent of the people it surveyed being cognizant of the truth, which means fully 74 percent of those surveyed proved to be unaware of the truth or in denial of the truth.