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I Sleep in Hitler's Room - An American Jew Visits Germany Kindle Edition
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This man is a genuine journalist, interested in uncovering the truth of things and willing to let the reader have insight into his biases. The book is an amazing exploration of Germany today. It explained so much of what we read in the news in surprising ways, through his travels and interviews with people of all walks of life. Truly an astonishing feat! Highly recommend it. Put your preconceived notions aside and travel alongside this fearless writer to learn what it means to be German today.
While the antisemitism of old is publicly condemned, thinly disguised antisemitism in it's more fashionable, politically correct forms is widespread. In particular a disproportionate obsession with the Jews "controlling world finance and media" and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Note that the author understands that criticism of Israel is not in itself anti-semitic. Criticism is healthy and no country should be shielded from it. It becomes antisemitic only when it exhibits the double standards, demonization and de-legitimisation that is often manifested in an uncritical, unquestioning acceptance of the pro-Palestinian narrative. In his following book, Catch The Jew, the author investigates reality on the ground in Israel and the Palestinian territories and uncovers widespread German influence.
Huge ego, very smart, very cruel, and very funny.
I'm not sure the Germans as seen through this journey are much different from other Europeans, or Americans or Israelis for that matter. The youngsters are dumb and ignorant, the grownups just ignorant, many times by choice.
It's very fun to read, except for German people.
It would have been great, Tuvia, if you went to other countries and report about them too!