In time of distress, Jews least of all. . . try to escape by recourse to drink or suicide.
When Socrates and Plato began to speak of truth and justice, they were no longer Greeks, but Jews.
The whole problem of the Jews exists only in nation states, for here their energy and higher intelligence, their accumulated capital of spirit and will, gathered from generation to generation through a long schooling in suffering, must become so preponderant as to arouse mass envy and hatred.
In the Old Testament of the Jews, the Book of Divine Righteousness, there are men, events, and words so great that there is nothing in Greek or Indian literature to compare with it.