Se·mit·ic  (s-mtk)


1. Of or relating to the Semites or their languages or cultures.
2. Of, relating to, or constituting a subgroup of the Afro-Asiatic language group that includes Arabic, Hebrew, Amharic, and Aramaic.

2. Any one of the Semitic languages.
The Zionists have successfully manipulated the definitions above to exclude the other groups from this definition. This allowed them to extract the word and its usage exclusively for Jews! This is parallel to the satanic belief that Jews are God’s Chosen people! It’s as if God created Jews and the rest of us were created by… what?
The following pictures and drawings show how Jews and Israelis cry foul when a cartoon for example depicts them as evil: to them, this is anti-Semitic! But when they have signs and graffiti against Arabs and Palestinians, it’s freedom of speech! You wouldn’t dare label a Jew anti-Semitic because then YOU are immediately an anti-Semite! Go figure!!!
  1. nuinithil says:

    I would like to point out that while “semitic” does include the definitions you have listed, “anti-semitic” does not. According to, “anti-semitic” is in reference to only Jews. The term originates from 1880-85. During this time period the Zionist movement had barely begun. The large part of Theodor Herzl’s work “The Jewish State” was published in 1896, ten years after the inception of the word “anti-semite.” I think it unfair to assert that Zionists “manipulated the definitions” of semitic, but rather created a word to differentiate between the religiously based Jew-hatred of Europeans through the middle ages and the socio-political hatred of Jews after their emancipation throughout Europe.

    Essentially, the term was created to explain a difference in situation of a group heavily and presently oppressed by Western society and only excludes those lingual groups associated with “semitic” because these groups did not experience anywhere near the same amount of visible oppression as the Jews at the time the term “anti-semitic” was created.

    • @crystalwrit

      This is where the issue is: the Zionist propaganda machine did exactly that: convinced us that anti-Semitic was exclusive to Jews. Hogwash! The word anti as defined by means: a prefix meaning “against,” “opposite of,” “antiparticle of,” used in the formation of compound words.. are we now going to change a language based on Jewish preference? The funny thing is that by “differentiating themselves from other groups, Jews turned out to be equal to Nazi Germans: each group thought it was superior.”

      Anti” therefore is not exclusive and shall apply. End of story.


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