shakti, you are twisting my words. I did not say Jews attacked people. I did say Roselle Chartock ran the program teaching active stereotyping of blue-eyed blonds with Hitler's Nazis in the schools in that town. I did say there were assults on people who fit the profile Roselle Chartock targetted, which were all blue-eyed blond or light-haired people.
The assaults are well-documented. There were many newspaper articles at the time and there is a well-respected book about the entire mob-assault movement that emerged from these programs in the 1980's.
Here is a link to a page in that book that also describes the same kind of hate-march taking place in Pennsylvania, organized by the same cult that organized the classes in Massachusetts.
If you do not want to read the links, shakti, I cannot force you to do so. Obviously, if you don't read them, you are not that concerned, yet you are emotionally aroused at me, personally, for posting this material.
In general, if some material upsets us so much that we cannot examine it but we feel compelled to attack the person who presented the upsetting material, that is a sign that we have been subjected to some kind of manipulation at some point in our lives. This is especially true if you deny the obvious facts in the material provided. Denying the facts is not the same as disputing them. Denial is a symptom of having been damaged by cult manipulation because it does not allow you to see material that is feared by the manipulators, whereas to dispute something you need to look at it and then rely on your own judgement and have confidence in your own judgement.
The original topic of this thread is the question of where "natural" hate drops out and something else kicks in, the question of limits of "natural" hate.
I addressed that: it is natural for Jews to hate the Germans of Hitler's time for what they did to their people, but it is not natural to expand that hatred to all blond-blue-eyed Americans, especially since many who fit this physical stereotype are not of German origin and not only did not particpate in Nazi genocide, but they fought hard against it, and they fought hard to protect and save as many Jews as they could. Blond-blue-eyed people in America in the 1980's who were not even born until 1970 most certainly should not be the targets of natural hatred for Hitler and his Nazis.
The people who attacked the designated targets on campusses were all products of these manipulation programs. I don't think anyone ever analyzed their ethnic origin, except that they were middle class kids who had been subjected to cult manipulation by that feminist cult, "Take Back The Night", and by professors including Roselle Chartock among others.