Author : Ryssen Hervé
Title : Jews, incest and hysteria
Year : 2016
Link download : Ryssen_Herve_-_Jews_incest_and_hysteria.zip
The extent to which incest is practiced in Jewish families is unknown. There are no statistics on the subject. But through literature and movies in particular, I was able to realize having practiced an extensive harvest, that this theme of incest comes back frequently among artists, and intellectuals of this community, both among the Sephardic Jews originally from the Mediterranean, than among Ashkenazi Jew, originally from Eastern Europe. Most of the time, the theme is mentioned ambiguously, suggested more or less strongly. As for example, in the 1986 movie by Serge Gainsbourg: "Charlotte for ever" And, in his song of 1984: "Lemon Incest" (puns w/: zest of lemon) "A zest of lemon.... Lemon incest...." Serge Gainsbourg was from a Jewish family of Russia. But incest among writers and filmmakers Jewish is also often projected on non-Jews. The novelist, Christine Angot was born to an Ashkenazi Jewish mother: Rachel Schwartz. In her 1999 book, "L'Inceste", she already reveals her incestuous relations with her father, supposedly a non-Jew, who is unknown. Page 206: "Her father forced her to eat clementines on his sex, he sodomized her, only after he would go buy Vaseline to the drugstore. " In 2012, in her novel "Une semaine de vacances" (A week of holidays), she evokes again this theme, we read in the weekly "L'Express" from September 2012: I quote: "The frightened reader will discover 20 pages of fellatio in the toilet." And on page 40, this sentence: "I love you Dad." In the "Obs" magazine dated November 22, 2012, I read: "The reader refrains not to vomit." And we note here, what we already explained in our books, specifically, the phenomenon of incestuous generations. "A child who is a victim of incest would tend to act in the same way with his own children." In her 1994 novel: "Léonore toujours" (Always Leonore) Christine Angot wrote: (I quote) "I understand the sexual attraction for ones child, ones daughter, since I feel it. I said it. It's my right to say it, since I feel it." In the movie "Chinatown" from 1974, Roman Polanski which comes from a Jewish-Ashkenazi family in Poland, also projects an incest story on a non-Jewish family. Here, the "villain" is a rich landowner who got his own daughter pregnant. She is brutalized by the private detective, played by Jack Nicholson, he wants to know who is this girl she is hiding, we learn that, she is both her daughter, and her sister. ...
Ryssen Hervé - Jews, incest and hysteria
Tuesday 13 December 2016. Ryssen Hervé