Discrimination against circumcising ethnoses as a psychosocial defence mechanism against circumcision neuroses
Paedocircumcision increases the prevalence of sexual frustrations and circumcision neuroses. This inevitably causes opposite tendencies that tend to neutralize them in mixed societies. The thoughtless response of naturals to circumcision neuroses can stir up hatred of Jews and Muslims.
Discrimination against Jews and Muslims is based on the existence of their stereotypic traits. As long as ethnic stereotypic traits seem illogical to gentiles they will tend to find them suspicious, deliberate, and threatening and to overstress their negative aspects. The unknown origin of these stereotypes and their persistence intensifies the discrimination and transforms it into racism.
Jewish and Muslim stereotypic traits are generally attributed to religion or ethnicity. They are considered to be of entirely cultural origin. The concept of the Circumcision complex also relates the stereotypic traits of these ethnoses to religion but reveals that they have physical cause.