We usually see what we believe, not the other way around. We create much of our own reality. If you believe that everything is a grand conspiracy, you will find plenty of evidence to substatiate your views. I do agree, however, that there is manipulation in govt.
What is up with you and the Jews, anyway? Did you have some bad experiences when you were younger? Did you have a parent who had prejudicial views and you just carried them on not knowing any better or wanting to please them? My personal experiences with Jewish people in my life have been overwhelmingly positive. A little 4th grade classmate, my (Christian) sister's Jewish husband and his family, and numerous friends and colleagues throughout the subsequent years. Because my personal experiences have been so positive, I have found any gross or broad prejudicial comments against Jews to be completely ridiculous and not worth my time of day. When one has personal (one on one) experience with any member of a group that one has hateful pre-conceived notions about, it becomes impossible to continue that hate, because you are no longer ignorant. Hate is basically based on perceptions that are not in fact true. Yet, many of us hold onto them for dear life, as we feel they define us.
You can take your religious beliefs and either let them nurture you, or let them destroy you, and you seem to have chosen the latter. The core, base message in Christianity is love of God and fellow man. Simple. So, one either embraces that core message and chooses to live their life by it (regardless of any perceived wrong-doings on the part of any other group or sect - in other words, BE love) or you can comb the scriptures looking for anything that will sanctify hate you already have in your heart. Properly understood and practiced, Christianity (IMNO) should lift up, unify, bring joy, peace, tolerance, and it is THOSE ideals which will bring you the salvation you so covet.