One of the earliest and most well-known antisemites, everyone knows Pharaoh was just envious of the Jews’ growth rate and threatened by their work ethic. Sorry, but that doesn’t really justify throwing babies in the Nile. Try seeing a therapist or journaling next time.
2. Henry Ford
Most well known for distributing The Protocols of the Elders of Zion in the U.S., Ford was probably just upset that the Jews had a whole day dedicated to not driving cars.
3. Walt Disney
It makes sense that Ol’ Walty was anti-Semitic considering he spent his years drawing cartoons of imaginary animals with large noses, and all the Jews had to do was take photos.
4. Mel Gibson
Perhaps the most famous antisemite in the entertainment industry, known for classic quips like “oven dodger” and “Jews are responsible for all the wars in the world.” But in reality, Gibson was just jealous that The Passion Of Christ got 49% on Rotten Tomatoes when Prince of Egypt got 80%.
5. Roald Dahl
Another cartoonist, Dahl was likely afraid that credit for his work would get stolen by Jews, given that he wrote books about overbearing grandparents feeding their grandchildren candy. Perhaps he was just jealous that he got stuck with the hair loss and schnozz with none of the money and power.