Some news from Germany:
Out of the 1,300 Germans who took part in the representative survey, 27% agreed with a range of anti-Semitic statements and stereotypes about Jewish people.
Some 41% said they agreed with the statement that “Jews talk about the Holocaust too much.” The same portion said they believed “Jews are more loyal to Israel than to Germany.”
Over 20% of respondents said they agreed that Jewish people have “too much power” over the economy, international financial markets and the media. Another 22% agreed that “people hate Jews due to the way they behave.”
Anti-Semitism is also growing among the wealthy and well-educated, according to the study.
The WJC found that 18% of “elites” — respondents with at least one university degree who make at least €100,000 ($111,300) per year — agreed with anti-Semitic sentiments.
Within that group, over a quarter said they believed Jewish people have “too much power over world politics” and the economy.
Personally I don’t believe it. Antisemitism can’t be rife in Germany if they’re prosecuting 93-year old former SS guards in high-profile trials.