Roots of Racism and antisemitism prejudices

Comment on RT very interesting and informative post on the cliches and stereotypes conveyed by western racist thought and antisemitism related to the era of European colonization of Africa, India and the southwestern of Asia. Also related to the strong antisémitism in particular during the 1880s and 90s and the 1920s and 30s which has been amplified by the mass migration of East European Jews into western Europe crystallized around the Dreyfus affair and topped after the critical rôle played by the Jews in international communism and the Russian Revolution and during the Depression period of the 1920s and 30s. The peak of racist and antisemitis cliches and stereotypes against Russians became harsher in the 1920s throughout Europe and North America following the triumph of the Bolchevik revolution perceived as Jewish conspiracy due to the actual centrality of Jews depicted as mere plotters working hardly to subvert and overthrow western Christianism and estalished order. Such prejudices, cliches and stereotypes were not restricted to Germany and vulgar extremist nazis, to France with the birth of the antisemitic Action Française(1899-1914), all over Northern Europe and North America where the anti semitism and racism became the norm in both Upper class and academics, included the universities. @elmir1975