NDST3 GENE = SCIENTIFIC PROOF THAT ASHKENAZIS ARE PRONE TO VIOLENCE & PARANOIA
Haaretz News reported: Scientists discover gene that predisposes Ashkenazi Jews to violence and paranoia. If true, this can explain the cause of much of the violence perpetrated by Israelis.
“Now living in Israel, these elite Zionist Jews, who were well-trained in Nazi-style fascism and even favored it when they use it, and have imposed many facets of fascism on Palestinians and even gone further with Apartheid Prisons.
To give the impression that Israel is a democracy, members of the Knesset (Israel Congress) are elected via an extremely odd method. And this phony election is where Israel’s so-called democracy stops. Zionist Khazars rule all PARTIES including LIKUD, of course.
Ashkenazi Khazars make up over 95% of Israel’s population and have NO SEMITE GENES! The Ashkenazi have the NDST3 gene with a 40% higher probability (almost 3 times normal population) of developing schizophrenia and manic depression & those with the disease develop dark emotions and sometimes imagine hearing voices or seeing figures that do not exist. The 3 year study published in Nature Communications by Professor Ariel Darvasi, assistant dean of the Faculty of Life Sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Todd Lencz from The Feinstein Institute for Medical Research in New York at cost of $2.1 Million shows a tendency to feel violent and that others are out to get them.
1214 AD A ring with a Menorah depiction was found in Kaiseraugst, Switzerland showing Jews were in the area even before Switzerland became a nation in 1291 AD. The Encyclopaedia Judaica mentioned a first documentation in 1214.
1291 Swiss Nation was founded by combining three areas (later called cantons) to form the original nation.
1294 AD In Bern many Jews of the city were executed and the survivors expelled for sacrificing a Christian boy.
1,300s AD The Old Swiss Confederacy grew to a loose confederation of many independent small states/cantons growing from the original three central Swiss states/cannons the Templars combined to form the Swiss Nation in 1291. This confederation of eight cantons (Acht Orte) was politically and militarily successful for more than a century, culminating in the Burgundy Wars of the 1470s which established it as a power among France and the Habsburgs.
1494 AD-1559 AD The Swiss made fortunes saving as PAID PRIVATE MERCENARIES around Europe. One case was being hired to fight in the Italian Wars for 65 years (1494-1559)
1513 AD Swiss Confederacy’s success resulted in the addition of more confederates, increasing the number of cantons to thirteen.
1620s Jews were banished from all Swiss towns.
1776 Two villages, Lengnau and Oberendingen, were set aside for Jews in the canton of Aargau. They were restricted to living in only Endingen and Lengnau. The village of Endingen never built a Christian church, only a Jewish synagogue. The local Christians traveled to neighboring villages for church. The Jewish residents were involved in trade and lending. Ashkenazis living in the Surb Valley once spoke a dialect of Western Yiddish, still found today in the region among mostly elderly Jews.
1798 AD The Swiss Confederacy fell to invasion by the French Revolutionary Army after which it became the short-lived Helvetic Republic.
1897 LITTLE Switzerland has Europe’s 10th-largest Ashkenazi population with Zurich having over 1/3 the population with 38 synagogues in the country. The first World Zionist Congress of 1897 was held in Basel and took place 10 times there, more than in any other place in the world. Basel also has a large Jewish population.
1798 the French under Napoleon I invaded Switzerland and set up the Helvetic Republic and reformers attempted to enforce the emancipation of the Jews in the new central Swiss Parliament in Aarau, but that failed.
1802-1803 The Swiss population revolted and turned against the Jews and looted the Jewish villages of Endingen and Lengnau in the “Plum war”. Napoleon seeking a peaceful resolution to the uprising, in 1803 issued the Act of Mediation compromise and no further rights were granted to the Jews.
1850s The village of Endingen had about 1,000 Ashkenazi inhabitants. And the Jewish population was fairly well tolerated, self-managed and maintained its own school.
1862 the Jewish community of Zürich (ICZ) was founded building a Synagoge in 1884.
1874 AD-1876 AD The right to settle freely was granted with the revised constitution of 1874 guaranteeing the freedom of religion. The Jews were granted full equality in civil rights and allowed to travel.
1898 AD-2000 AD Arnold A. Hutschnecker was born into a Jewish family. He read “Mein Kampf” and publicly referred to Hitler as a pig. Members of the SS who were among his patients warned him that he was in danger and he emigrated to the USA in 1936. He practiced as an internist and specialized in psychotherapy during the 1950s. In 1951 he published the bestseller “The Will to Live”. It was read by Richard Nixon who visited him frequently in 1952. They remained friends and Nixon still consulted him when he was president and the last time they met was in 1993 at the funeral of Pat Nixon. In 1970 Hutschnecker authored a report that suggested to test all children aged seven or eight to see if they had a violent nature. 1988 he stated that his report had suffered from ”malevolent distortion” by the media.
1911 The word “schizophrenia” was given to mental disease by Dr. Eugene Bluelery, a Swiss Psychiatrist dealing with Ashkenazis. Eugen Bleuler (1857-1939), was one of the most influential psychiatrists of his time and introduction of the term schizophrenia to describe the disorder previously known as dementia praecox. He described a group of diseases, the schizophrenias, including the splitting or fragmentation of the personality. Bleuler introduction autism, denoting the loss of contact with reality, frequently through indulgence in bizarre fantasy and paranoia. Bleuler followed the theories of Sigmund Freud and Bleuler’s assistant was Carl Jung. The symptoms of schizophrenia were recognized almost simultaneously by Blueler, Kraepelin, & Freud at a time when Jews were moving into the affluent middle class and they became clinically important when they began to intermingle with non-Jews. Schizophrenia is a disease that causes people to hear voices and feel mostly negative thoughts including rage boiling inside them. Mostly Schizophrenics began as some form of sociopath. Schizophrenia is a psychotic disorder impacting about 1% of the population in America. It is marked by severely impaired thinking, emotions, and behaviors. They have enhanced perceptions of sounds, colors, and other features of their environment. Most schizophrenics, if untreated, gradually withdraw from interactions with other people, and lose their ability to take care of personal needs and grooming. In the west, patients with schizophrenia fill about 25% of all psychiatric hospital beds. The disorder is considered to be one of the top ten causes of long-term disability worldwide. English term schizophrenia comes from two Greek words that mean “split mind” and was observed by a Swiss doctor named Eugen Bleuler, to describe the splitting apart of mental functions that he regarded as the central characteristic of schizophrenia.
The course of schizophrenia in adults can be divided into three phases or stages:
#1 Patient has an overt loss of contact with reality with psychotic episodes that requires intervention and treatment.
#2 Initial psychotic symptoms are brought under control but the patient is at risk for relapse if treatment is interrupted.
#3 Maintenance phase, the patient is relatively stable and can be kept indefinitely on antipsychotic medications, but relapses are not unusual and patients do not always return to full functioning.
Psychotherapists today classify schizophrenia into two main types.
#1 Positive schizophrenia, with a rapid (acute) onset of “positive” delusions and hallucinations and tend to respond well to drugs.
#2 Negative schizophrenia, are usually described as poorly adjusted before their schizophrenia slowly overtakes them (perhaps as psychopaths) and experience mostly “negative” symptoms and tend to withdraw from others with a slowing of mental and physical reactions in a form of retardation.
1920 The Jewish population of Switzerland peaked at 21,000 and has remained steady ever since, perhaps due to name changes and intermarriage and aging.
1999 Ruth Dreifuss became the first Jewish president of Switzerland.
2000 Census for Switzerland shows 17,914 Jews. Among the Cantons of Switzerland, only Zurich, Basel-City, Geneva and Vaud have a Jewish community exceeding 1,000 people. One third of Swiss Jews reside in the Canton of Zurich (6,252 people).
1972 Schizophrenia was first discovered most significantly in Ashkenazis by Dr. Arnold A. Hutschnecker in research titled “Mental Illness, The Jewish Mental Disease.” Dr. Hutschnecker said that although ALL JEWS are not mentally ill, but mental illness is highly contagious & Ashkenazis are the principle source of infection (& carriers). Dr. Hutschnecker said that every Ashkenazi is born with the seed of Schizophrenia & it is this fact that accounts for the world-wide persecution of Jews. His quote: “the world would be more compassionate towards the Jews if it was generally realized that Jews are not responsible for their condition.” “While Jews attack non-Jewish Americans for racism, Israel is the most racist country in the world…Jews display their mental illness through their paranoia. He explains that the paranoia not only imagines that he(she) is being persecuted, but deliberately creates situations which will make persecution a reality…The Jew hope you will retaliate in kind & when you do, he can tell himself(herself), you are anti-Semitic (which they are not).” – Dr. Arnold A. Hutschnecker. Dr. Hutschnecker likened the Jewish needs to be persecuted to the kind of insanity where the afflicted person mutilates them-self because they want sympathy for them-self….such persons reveal their insanity by disfiguring themselves in such a way to arouse revulsion rather than sympathy. Dr. Hutschnecker noted that the incidence of mental illness has increased in the U.S. in direct proportion to the increases in the Jewish population since the early 1900s & in the 1970s…that prior to the influx of Jews from Europe, the U.S. was a mental healthy nation (practically free of schizophrenia). Dr. Hutschnecker said that research by Dr. S. Gottlieb of Wayne State University indicated that schizophrenia is caused by deformity in the alpha two – globulin protein, which in schizophrenics is a corkscrew–shape protein. The deformed protein is likely caused by an infection, like a virus. Dr. Hutschnecker believes, Jews transmit to non-Jews this infection when they came in close contact. He said that because descended from Western Europe people have not build-up an immunity to the virus they are particularly vulnerable to the disease. “There is no doubt in my mind…that Jews have infected the American population with schizophrenia. Jews are carriers of the disease & it will reach epidemic proportions unless science developed a vaccine to counteract it.” — Dr. Hutschnecker.
Obviously, this Ashkenazi schizophrenia and paranoia disease must be controlled! Many Ashkenazis are so consumed by paranoia & fear they cannot tell right from wrong and this is why their chosen first actions are always aggressive, vindictive, and usually dishonest.
1970s Dr. Hutschnecker quotes Dr. David Rosenthal, Chief of the Laboratory of Psychology at the National Institute of Mental Health (in Maryland USA), who estimated that 60+ million “people in the U.S. suffered from some form of schizophrenic spectrum disorder.” In 1953 the Laboratory of Psychology was established in Maryland. In 1970s, David Rosenthal’s tenure as Chief ended but he continued in the Neuropsychology Section until he retired. Note: We know B-vitamins are key to brain functions working properly, and the Ashkenazi diet may supply too little B-vitamins and this could lead to being open to infections that the rest of the population does not experience.