It was not part of their blood It came to them very late With long arrears to make good, When the SAXONS began to hate,
They were not easily moved, They were icy-willing to wait Till every count should be proved Ere the SAXONS began to hate.
Their voices were even and low, Their eyes were level and straight, There was neither sign nor show, When the SAXONS began to hate. It was not preached to the crowd It was not taught by the State, No man spoke it aloud, When the SAXONS began to hate. It was not suddenly bred, It will not swiftly abate Through the chilled years ahead When Time shall count from the date That the SAXONS began to hate.
—by Rudyard Kipling
"In everything, we are destroyers--even in the instruments of destruction to which we turn for relief...We Jews, we, the destroyers, will remain the destroyers for ever. Nothing that you will do will meet our needs and demands." —Maurice Samuel, You Gentiles, pages 152, 155, and 147.
"Anti-Semitism is so instinctive that it may quite simply be called one of the primal instincts of mankind, one of the important instincts by which the race helps to preserve itself against total destruction. I cannot emphasize the matter too strongly. Anti-Semitism is not, as Jews have tried to make the world believe, an active prejudice. It is a deeply hidden instinct with which every man is born. He remains unconscious of it, as of all other instincts of self preservation, until something happens to awaken it. Just as when something flies in the direction of your eyes, the eyelids close instantly and of their own accord. So swiftly and surely is the instinct of anti-Semitism awakened in a man...there is not a single instance when the Jews have not fully deserved the bitter fury of their persecutors." —Samuel Roth, Jews Must Live, (1934), p. 64).
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