I'd say it's far less anti-semitic than the diatribe often showed to atheists on here. It's also worth keeping in mind that I only make my arguments from a scientific context, I'm not arguing against creationism due to any ill will towards the Jews, Christians, Muslims or whatever. When I use the phrase "invisible Jewmagic" and the like I am doing so in a very literal sense. In that some people on here are claiming science is wrong because things were done totally differently all due to the actions of an invisible magical Jewish wizard. And I can even use Bible quotes to back that up. Is God invisible? Yes. Is God magic? Yes. Is God a wizard? Yes. Is it scientifically feasable? No.<quoted text>
Watch the phraseology "invisible Jewmagic". That phraseology is VERY reminiscent of nazi ideology. The phrase is very antisemetic.
Hence I am only talking about its scientific veracity, nothing more.
Although feel free to go for more ad hom if you like. After all you already tried that with the Darwin on race thing.