Being predatory by nature may give the Jews certain survival advantages, just as it tends to get them into trouble a lot more often than is the case for most other groups. It also makes it very difficult for them to have a "normal" mode of existence: that is, to live only among themselves, instead of as a minority among non-Jews. In Israel, for example, aside from the Palestinians, and aside from the White women they import as sex slaves from eastern Europe, they have no one to prey on but themselves. Convincing their fellow Israelis to invest in fraudulent stock schemes is not as easy as selling the Brooklyn Bridge to naïve Gentiles in America, so their predatory instincts tend to come to the fore in other ways: in the way they treat their own women, for example.
In this regard recent revelations about the sexual behavior of male Jews on Israeli kibbutzim are especially relevant. The kibbutz, or Jewish communal village, is an Israeli institution dating from the time before the Second World War when the Jews were bent on proving to the world the virtues of communism. Everything in the communes is community property, including the children and the women. Children are taken from their parents shortly after being weaned and thereafter live in dormitories, where an extraordinarily large number of them are sexually abused. This sexual abuse of children became entrenched in many kibbutzim because of taboos against seeking assistance from police or other authorities outside the kibbutz. The abusers were protected by a code of silence.
The code of silence was broken recently when a former kibbutz member, Nahshon Golatz, filed a lawsuit against the kibbutz movement and the government of Israel seeking compensation for the abuse to which he had been subjected as a child. His lawsuit has opened a floodgate, and hundreds of other former kibbutz members have come forward with their own horror stories: stories that most Jews would prefer to keep quiet. Several newspapers in Britain, including the Times and the Independent, reported some of the details last month, and this in turn has encouraged other kibbutz victims to speak out.
Especially interesting is the picture that has emerged of the treatment of women and girls in the kibbutzim. Rape is a common feature of kibbutz life. Women, teen-aged girls, even children as young as three years old are regularly raped, unless they have a male protector who is strong enough to fight off the gangs of rapists who prey on them. Gang rape of unprotected women is an especially popular sport among male kibbutzniks.
I'll read you a few lines from a report that appeared in the British newspaper the Independent on January 20. The report quotes an Israeli woman, herself a former kibbutznik, who heads a rape-crisis center in Israel:
>"There were girls who were fair game, whom it was permitted to victimize," she said. "A stranger won't understand, but on the kibbutz, sick as it may sound, the girls who were hurt were always from weak families."
>She compared the predatory kibbutz male to "the tiger in the wild that marks out the wounded, limping ewe for himself and hurls himself on her -- that was exactly how the attacking males, adolescents and adults, in the kibbutz identified the victims."
I am reminded of the horrible stories from the 1950s of what happened to German girls on Israeli kibbutzim. Ever since the Second World War, of course, the Germans have been exposed to nonstop Jewish propaganda about what terrible people they are for having been so nasty to those wonderful, innocent, gifted, blameless, sensitive, violin-playing Jews who lived in Germany before Hitler came along and got rid of all of them for no good reason. As usual, the young women were most affected by this guilt-propaganda, and after the establishment of the state of Israel in 1948, many guilt-stricken young German women went off to Israel to do penance by serving as volunteer workers on kibbutzim. Well, you can imagine what happened to those poor girls. Many of them simply disappeared. But they kept coming and kept disappearing because the German news media dared not report anything unfavorable about the Jews, and so it took a while for the news of what was happening to get out.