Was Carl Jung Jewish?

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The only people he has contributed this to are the wretched Kikes.

I know many would say “Jung was not a Jew” but was he really? All of the quotes he said may make him sound intelligent, but when you scratch the surface and look closer, he isn’t. Some of the quotes he says are either weird and/or stupid in and of itself:

“Everything that irritates us about others can lead us to an understanding of ourselves.” (This is definitely Hegelian dialect.)

“The word ‘happiness’ would lose its meaning if it were not balanced by sadness.” (Complete fallacy)

We cannot change anything until we accept it. Condemnation does not liberate, it oppresses.” (Clearly nonsense)

A particularly beautiful woman is a source of terror. As a rule, a beautiful woman is a terrible disappointment.” (Misogynistic nonsense. And some say this guy was a homophone.)

Man needs difficulties; they are necessary for health.” (Clearly something a Jew would say)

We deem those happy who from the experience of life have learnt to bear its ills without being overcome by them.” (Another thing a Jew would say.)

The greatest and most important problems of life are all fundamentally insoluble. They can never be solved but only outgrown.” (Jews are known to say seemingly intelligent things, and this is no exception.)

Now with those quotes aside, his talks about the self, archetypes, and other topics he was known for… They don’t really come across as science… However, I can’t be the first one to denounce Jung as such. Interestingly, in this link here, some Jew accuses the topic of an antisemite. This practically shows that their reactions give it away.

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One Response to Was Carl Jung Jewish?

  1. No doubt about it he was a jew. He was friends with jews, studied with jews, he’s jewish through his mother, and possible his father’s a crypto-jew.

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