All you’ve done is underline everything I’ve said as truthful observation. With any luck, the Jews also cause you fitful sleeps. Quick! Throw them money so they disappearI think you’re suffering from a sort of cognitive dissonance whereupon the Jewish contributions in the physical sciences are apparent and readily obvious, where Jews are effortlessly assigned credit, but when their contributions to the social sciences are invoked then they are not the prime movers even though that’s equally apparent. I think we can agree that if it’s not antisemitic to discuss one, it cannot be antisemitic to discuss the other. Isn’t it funny how we all know about Einstein, but very few know about Hirschfeld or the Frankfurt School, even though their contribution is massive to the culture of today?
My motivations for speaking about this doesn't truly matter either, only if I’m correct or not. Also even if we disregard the institute for sexology, which I really don’t think is a small matter considering how inundated we are with things that concern precisely the type of research that was going on in inter-war Germany, which is no coincidence either. The intellectual work started by German Jews was continued by both French, English and American Jews in the post-war period. The papers contained in that institute were the bulk of the papers burned in the infamous Nazi book burnings.
The Germans elected the Nazis precisely because they didn’t like the way Germany was going socially, they didn’t like the museum of Sex, they didn’t like Marxist theory in both the cultural and economic realm, they didn’t like degeneracy. The National Socialist or Völkisch movement was counter-culture to the disgusting and pervasive Jewish intellectualism of the time and I do think we’re due a repeat in the West, the signs are there, and that’s why it’s important to understand it. The West essentially committed the same mistake as Germany after the First World War.
So understanding why exactly the Nazi government disliked Jews is of great importance to us today, especially us Muslims, because many of us struggle with understanding the social climate of the West and how it came to be. Many of us make the mistake that technological progress in the West had gone hand in hand with the West’s dislike for tradition, authority both within and outside of the family, the so-called sexual liberation, perverse sexual inclinations, social egalitarianism; but then I tell them that it was a process that started in Weimar Germany and only really caught up in the rest of the West in the sixties and the events of WWII start making sense to them. If you understand it like the National Socialists did, then you can resist it.
You like the culture of the West so of course you don’t care to blame anyone for it, but many internal and external forces don’t like it and so seek to understand it to counter-act it, and so naturally blame the Jews both of that time and those who carry on in the tradition of Hirschfeld, Freud, Moll, Marx, Bronstein, Horkheimer and so on.