The above is observable behaviour and fair comment IMO. It won’t be popular to say, but stereotypes seldom come out of thin air. Thing is, none of it justifies any attempt to marginalise Jews and with the exception of the Israeli issue, it’s made them an easy scapegoat (irony overload) in the past and even now.As a culture they undoubtedly have strengths /skills when it comes to accumulating wealth and power. Accumulating wealth and power often occurs at the expense/exploitation of other people. Throw into the mix their tendency to be a somewhat closed community and the modern day situation with regard to Palestine (they are utter twats on that count imo) it isn’t totally surprising that some people have some questions to ask on google.
A tradtionally successful people that have an ethno-religious identity that can be skewed in the view of maleviolent people as counteractive to the majority culture of a nation state, post-WW1 Germany being a prime example.