What did Proudhon mean by this?
>Jews. Write an article against this race that poisons everything by sticking its nose into everything without ever mixing with any other people. Demand its expulsion from France with the exception of those individuals married to French women. Abolish synagogues and not admit them to any employment. Finally, pursue the abolition of this religion. It’s not without cause that the Christians called them deicide. The Jew is the enemy of humankind. They must be sent back to Asia or be exterminated. By steel or by fire or by expulsion the Jew must disappear.
He meant that Jews should be prosecuted because they immigrate to various European countries and form their own enclaves which don't contribute to society, but only feed all their productivity back into their own communities.
Are "what did he mean by this" thread bait? It always seems to me that the meaning of the quote OP is asking about is painfully obvious
A quotation isn't a quotation unless it has a source. Taking a short paragraph out of context is never going to get you a clear idea of what someone means. Did he really write a one word sentence "Jews.", because that suggests it has been edited in order to distort it more without context. Of course this is just pol runoff so it would be a waste of time suggesting you read the whole work this comes from and stop trying to make a literature discussion out of a political one.
I'm sure you would have liked me senpai. I'm a normal, happy member of society. My grandkids will walk around the city like everyone else, and nobody will know what they're grandfather was or wasn't. Mad?
>Are "what did he mean by this" thread bait?
It's a way for 'redpilled' people to have /pol/-tier 'discourse' on /lit/.
Usually they're about feminism, niggers, anti-leftism, Jews, or something akin to that.