Read the full link, but this says it better than I did, I guess:

“I’ve heard numerous versions of this story, but I’ll go with the one reportedly told by Dr. Abraham Twerski, a renowned psychiatrist and Orthodox rabbi. (I’ve trimmed and paraphrased it a bit.) The bearded Twerski goes to the airport in his Hasidic garb — the hat, the long coat, the buttoned white shirt. Another Jew, this one modernly dressed, is annoyed by Twerski and unloads on him: “What’s wrong with you? Must you insist on parading around in that medieval get-up as if it were Purim? Don’t you realize how ridiculous you look? You bring nothing but scorn and embarrassment upon us Jews!”

After letting the angry man continue for a while, Twerski says, “I fail to understand what thee art saying. You do realize that I’m Amish, don’t you?” The modern Jew’s anger quickly turns to embarrassment. “Oh, I beg your pardon,” he says apologetically. “I didn’t realize that you were Amish. You look so much like those Hasidic fellows. You should know that I have nothing but respect for you and your people — keeping to your ways without bowing to society’s wills and whims.”

The kicker comes when Twerski says, “Aha! If I were Amish, you would have nothing but respect for me. But since I am a Jew, you are ashamed of me. Hopefully one day you will have the same respect for yourself that you have for others.”

from here:

Yeah, there’s my interpretation, people who hate those who resemble the hater are just projecting their own disgust of what they are.  Jews who hate Jews, well, what is the better logic than they hate themselves?

I am sure there are other plausible interpretations, but, I think at least from those who claim to be “practicing” Jews who then spew hate and disdain on other Jews are just being subconscious hypocrites, until proven otherwise.

You think about it, I already have.

And by the way, this Pence issue with him avoiding women, well, is it to be scorned and disdained for the recovering alcoholic to avoid alcohol if that could be a weakness?

Gee, admitting our weaknesses and promoting our strengths, wow, what a terrible premise to operate by, we should be ashamed of trying to be responsible and appropriate.

yeah, if you are a Democrat, but, isn’t that what evil is all about…

remember, lies, lack of remorse, putting people at risk, and mocking just blatant common sense and standards of living…