The Personal Statement Application Essay (PSAE)

2. Narrow your focus – When writing a college transfer essay, you must keep in mind that you have 500 – 600 words to tell them a lot about yourself, where you’re coming from and why you want to go to their college. In doing that, you have to make the most of your words. You can do this by focusing on a few points, writing as descriptively as possible, being sure to engage all of your senses (and in turn their senses as well) and telling a memorable story that the admissions officials will be sure to remember.

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Here is the Common Application transfer prompt:

Firstly, I don’t see how this question can be answered by Jew’s themselves. I came here because I genuinely wondered why Jewish people get so much prejudice and I quickly worked out why. Now I believe Israel is an aggressor in the Middle-East conflict but that doesn’t mean I hate Jewish people. Reading this article did in fact answer my question though.

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Your hated because your genetically predisposed to narcissism and complex B personality types. Who wants to interact with that ? think you should start mixing some HEALTHY D.N.A into your society instead of interbreeding like rats

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JEWS AND THE JEWEL WASP: HOW PARASITES OPERATE

Fact is they stole the Kabbalah and hid it, and then created a religion of false ideology from this peace loving spiritual truth. They are in judgment because of it and until they tell the truth about the Kabbalah and that is not theirs it belongs to everyone taking responsibility for their misdeed, it is what it is.

God’s a Jew and i really do Hate him.

Having said that, there is a tendency for non-Jews, who share the criticism by Jews of the Israel Government, to be branded as anti-Semitic. In my opinion, this is wrong. Where, however, critics (including Jews) cloak their views as being anti-Zionistic rather than anti-Israel, there is a strong possibility that they are really being anti-Semitic; they are simply substituting Zionist for Jew – this is what has been happening recently.

Rav Moshe Chaim Lozzatto (Ramchal), The Commentary of Ramchal on the Torah, BaMidbar [Numbers].

Viva Humanity Viva!Freedom for all!

Because the Jews have a mission to carry out, author Michael Grant, wrote about them: “The Jews proved not only unassimilated, but inassimilable.” However unclear the way may be, the only solution to anti-Semitism is for the Jews to bring the light of unity to the world by establishing a role model society, and sharing its principles with the world. They will not be able to avoid this mission by assimilating.

Rabbi Shmuel Bornstein, Shem MiShmuel [A Name Out of Samuel], Haazinu [Give Ear], TARAP (1920).

Stalin often refereed to pro Communist Jew’s, as “useful idiots”.

The ruin of the Second Temple marks a key point in the history of the world. Not only was the Jewish people exiled from the land of Israel, the Jews also lost their war against self-centeredness. For the first time since its inception, the tenet, “Love your neighbor as yourself,” was not the guiding rule within the nation. Jews still had high regard for unity, as they still do to this day, but they began to use it to gain self-centered purposes instead of as a means for correction of the ego and as an asset to be passed on to all mankind.

Rav Avraham Yitzhak HaCohen Kook (the Raiah), Orot HaKodesh [Lights of Holiness], Vol. 2, 415.

Jew’s suffered greatly, but they weren’t the only ones suffering.

The first point is of an unfair share of blame on the Anglo-Saxon world. I agree factually, but would point out that this website and the film are in English, as I understand that the majority of Jews in the world (certainly outside of Israel), are English speakers and live in what was historically the British Empire. Emphasis on the situation in their native countries doubtless speaks more relevantly to them. This, in itself, is an indirect praise of the Anglo-Saxon world as it implies that (since Cromwell’s time at least), the British Empire was a place of lesser antisemitism than elsewhere in the world. Further, what is written of in this site, and presented in the film as far as I can see, re-emphasizes the global/historic nature of antisemitism, the changes only being in form with the age (and this is crucial to the unbreakable link between anti-Zionism and its continuous anti-Semitic Freudian slips, as discussed shortly). Finally, leading in to the next point, in any case, the “blame” seems to be ultimately placed, in an abstract sense (really a cause-and-effect sense rather than moral), on the Jews.