Last edited by Camera; 05-05-2012 at 05:12 PM. Reason: inglish
They sure as hell weren't illiterate when they came over to Israel.
I don't regard people who went over there just to live a better life or whatever as traitors mind you; just the ones that shared industrial and military secrets, or swore allegiance to this foreign country and started to try and harm or badmouth their former country and people.
I'm speaking of the USSR. Under Soviet rule, Jews moved to every town and city in every republic; they weren't restricted to any 'pale of settlement'. And Jews didn't always live easy in the USSR, but then so didn't a lot of people.
I been to Israel many times and I like the country and people; I think our countries should be friends.During Cold War, most Israelis of my generation considered the USSR as an enemy state. But as long as I can judge, after the collapse of the USSR, they did not keep any bad feelings toward Russia and the Russians people.
Same thing for the French people.
I just don't like the ones who profited completely at the expense of the Russian people, got everything from there; education, the works, etc... and are now 'proud Israelis' who have a chip on their shoulder against Russia, freely shared secrets that they were entrusted with or are otherwise making weapons, etc... that could make their way indirectly to some place where it kills Russian soldiers. This is the worst sort of scum.
But to spit on the language you grew up with, the people you went to school with, the land you were raised in, the army or whatever you served in; and just to go off to some foreign country, turn your back on your old country, disrespect it, sell its secrets, present it as a land full of barbarians, etc... I'm sorry but only dishonourable scum is capable of that.
Btw. a lot of Israelis call jews from Russia actually Russians...
Some of the top scientist in the SU were jewish.Jews often had a harder time getting into higher-education institutes
Every "jew" (strange to call people "jews") I know is at least an engineer/teacher/scientist or professor...
Last edited by Grax; 05-05-2012 at 05:42 PM.