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Has anti-Semitism more or less disppeared from the workplace?

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Published: December 5, 2009


Has anti-Semitism more or less disppeared from the workplace?

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Visitor Comments: 11

(11) Davíd C., June 4, 2010 6:40 PM

Well, I'm Jewish, and secular, and I have one thing to say...

What the hell is wrong with the man? Can't he say some thing?! JEWS need to toughen up! If you working with gentiles or what we Jews would say: goyim, ignore anti-semetic comments and get to work! That's the only way to gain respect. Toughen up!!

(10) Helene, February 4, 2010 6:31 PM

To true to be funny!

Although people are less likely to be as overt about theuir feelings, this is no different today, just more subtle. People have learned pc and alway "have a Jewish friend", but do not include us in the every day business of business, unless it is a Jewish business to start with, and then the owners go out of their way;; to hire non Jews that there is really very little difference.

(9) Yehoshua Shiloni, January 5, 2010 4:10 PM

Hurray for Anti-Semitism!

It is soooooooo refreshing to see pure anti-semitism and to really experience it in real life as well! really wish it happens to everyone in Golus at least once in their lives and make them realize, "what the Hell are you doing there?"! You have a homeland where you can truly be free! You have a people that needs YOU to contribute your uniqueness to build our Nation to be a light onto the Ntions! These incidents, minor to some traumatic to most remind us all where we truly belong, cause there's no place like home....no place like home.

(8) David, December 11, 2009 7:04 PM

Anti-Semitism is Alive and Well

Anti-Semitism is alive and growing. Just look at the internet and the "alternative media" and "patriot Movement" It is thriving there. I fear that as the economy gets worse people will look for a scapegoat.

(7) Bob, December 9, 2009 8:00 PM

Not Funny, just sad!

I have been told not to get upset when the business associate across from me talks about jewing down the competition. Or being asked by potential clients when they call my law office whether I am Jewish. I just assume racists be up front about their anti-semitic beliefs. That was until my daughter who is in High School had to suffer a texting attack glorifying Nazisim and using the familiar epitaths that have been reserved for us over the last 1500 years. I wish the clip from MadMen was a funny and just a quaint look back at the past. For me, I still see it in real time. Not funny, just sad!

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