jew envy

“The reality upon which Christianity could be raised was the little Jewish family of the Diaspora, with its warmth and affection, its readiness to help and sustain one another, which was unheard-of and perhaps not understood in the whole Roman Empire, its concealed pride of the chosen disguised as humility, and its innermost denial, untouched by envy, possessing power and splendor.”

—F. Nietzsche, The Will to Power, §175 (edited excerpt).