“jew” | The United-Independent Compensatory Code/System/Concept: A Compensatory Counter-Racist Codified Word Guide by Neely Fuller Jr.

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Jew / Jewish / Jewish Blood / Jewish-looking (pages 180 – 181)

Use this word with caution.  When others use it, ask for a detailed explanation that you can easily understand.  Always ask these questions, and seek the answers from a person who says that he or she is a “Jew”.

questions:  What exactly is a Jew?  What exactly is not a Jew?  What specifically does a Jew do?  What specifically does a Jew not do?  Who or what has the power to decide what a Jew is and what a Jew is not?  What exactly are the correct things to say about what a Jew is, what a Jew does, and / or what a Jew does not do?

reason:  During the existence of White Supremacy (Racism) and according to Compensatory Counter-Racist Logic, it is best and correct to minimize all unnecessary conflict with all persons, while seeking to replace White Supremacy (Racism) with Justice (balance between people).

note:  When seeking information about what people do, what people do not do, and what people are trying to do, it is best and correct to learn as many details as possible in regards to each and every area of activity including economics, education, entertainment, labor, law, politics, religion, sex, and war / counter-war.

 

Jewish

Use this word with caution.  When others use the word “Jewish” ask for a detailed explanation that you can easily understand.  If a person describes him or herself as “Jewish” ask what the word means, and what you can expect him or her to do (or not do) in regards to your interaction with him or her in all areas of activity.  Ask questions.  What exactly is Jewish?  What exactly is not Jewish?

 

Jewish Blood

Do not use this term except when asking a person who says that he or she has “Jewish Blood.”  Ask them “what is Jewish Blood”?

 

Jewish-looking

Do not use this term.  Do not attempt to guess or explain what this term means unless you, yourself, know for certain that you are correctly qualified to say what is and what is not “Jewish looking.”  When others use these terms, ask for a detailed explanation that you can easily understand.  Ask questions.

questions:  What exactly is a “Jewish look”?  What exactly is a Hindu look?  A Christian look?  A Confucianist look?  A Muslim look?  Does a person who is white and who says that he or she is “Jewish” look the same as a person who is Black and who also says that he or she is Jewish?  What is the meaning of look or looking?  AS applies to what?  Hair?  Eyes?  Nose?  Lips?  Color?  Non-color?  Height?  Weight?  Feet?  Arms?  Clothes?

 

 

 

           

                                   

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