Yesterday I went to the cinema here in Haifa to see a film based on the Somerset Maugham book:
The Painted Veil.
Dame Diana Rigg
as a nun. I tend to remember her as a babe in The Avengers.
The Painted Veil is supposed to be a tale of attempts at love, but it is also a tale of how the British became colonialisits. The film makes it clear that one of the reasons the British desired to go out and change the world was that they were not in touch with their feelings and therefore wished to lord it over others.
is another example of how the British find it very hard to cope with their feelings.
The result is this situation in British schools today
And as we know, school kids become university students (sometimes with grades so low, they are laughable) and some of these become lecturers who spend most of their time wishing to boycott Jews instead of teaching.
It's all self hate with an easy scapegoat who won't fight back, as in 30s Germany.
And this link below deals with how the liberal University of Heidelberg embraced National Socialist values and justified so doing.