I'm sorry L, but that is a giant heap of dangerous, slanderous bullshit.
Read your links before you post them, you just proved that a majority of what L said is true. From your links:
The predominance of Jews in Germany's banking, commerce, and industry sectors in this time period was very high with consideration to Jews being estimated to have accounted for 1 percent of the population of Germany.
This over representation of Jews in these areas created resentment by non-Jewish Germans during periods of economic crisis such as in response to the 1873 stock market crash that resulted in a severe depression.
There was a massive economic depression following the end of WWI and the Jewish families managed to hold themselves together quite well during this time, having gained control over many German patents following the end of WWI, you're welcome to look that up.
Antisemitism is not exclusively German or Muslim, but is found in many cultures. There are many reasons for this and I won't bother getting into any of them because it's a complex topic and I don't know nearly enough to offer a great insight.
Their culture is strong and has survived several thousand years, through numerous hardships and that despite the fact that they haven't had a homeland for nearly 2000 years. That deserves respect, but success inspires envy more than anything else. There are libraries of knowledge about how the Jewish culture and people ended up where they are today.
You're better off reading up on it instead of believing a documentary that is made to be more interesting than factual.
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