After a discussion with more than 30 people from publishing houses and the Central Council of Jews in Germany, among others, the Baden-Württemberg Ministry of Education and Cultural Affairs commissioned the Center for School Quality and Teacher Education to investigate how Jews are portrayed in textbooks and "whether portrayals of Jewish life and the mass murder of European Jews during the Nazi era are problematic".

The topic is red-hot and the textbook is a very important medium for dealing with it, says the head of the Center for School Quality and Teacher Education. "It's red-hot," he says, because "It's become a worldwide culture to make politics again with fake news and prejudice."

What is not addressed in the whole debate, and that is because neither the Ministry of Education nor the Center for School Quality and Teacher Education serve our class, but they belong to the FRG, that is, they are lackeys of German imperialism: There are no ideas that do not bear the stamp of a class.
Thus, anti-Semitism is not just an idea that comes from crazy people on the Internet, which can often be heard, for example, from Michael Blume, the anti-Semitism commissioner of Baden-Württemberg, but an idea that very concretely disguises existing contradictions and thus serves the bourgeoisie. Especially in the recurring crises of imperialism, in which the class contradiction between the bourgeoisie and the proletariat is further intensified, anti-Semitism fulfills its role. Instead of real exploitation, it denounces an imaginary higher power supposedly above the imperialists' simple pursuit of profit. It is as Comrade Stalin says: "Anti-semitism is of advantage to the exploiters as a lightning conductor that deflects the blows aimed by the working people at capitalism." (1)


1) J.V. Stalin, “Anti-Semitism: Reply to an Inquiry of the Jewish News Agency in the United States” Works, Vol. 13, p. 30