I am pro-Gentile.
A genteel way of saying you're an antisemite. Go on...
I believe that it is judaism which makes the differentiation between jews and Gentiles.
I take it, then, you make no distinction between your own and other nationalities; is it not true that English-speakers refer to those who are not of their nationality as "foreigners"?
Surely PRO-semitism is the same as anti-Gentilism??
1. "PRO-Semitism" is not the opposite of antisemitism any more than antimacassars are the opposite of macassar oil.
2. "Antisemitism" as a word was invented in the 19th century by European politicians to describe their own beliefs.
3. It is possible to have benign feelings both towards Jews and non-Jews. The world is not a zero-sum place, but you can't handle that, because you're a fundie bigot.
So, what's the PRO for? Peer Review Organization? Performing Rights Organization? Packet Re-Ordering?
And most of the world is labelled as Gentile by judaism.
In fact, the word "Gentile" is used very little by Jews; it's mostly used by Christians. Be that as it may, yes, most of the world's population is not Jewish; your point?
Why should the vast majority of the world's population be dismissed as Gentile(not jewish) by jews?
1. The word "Gentile" isn't used very much - see above.
2. "Dismissal" implies that non-Jews are in some way inferior. Judaism does not view people who are not Jewish as being in any way inferior to Jews; the difference is that they have not been commanded to fulfil the 613 commandments. Judaism does not say that being a non-believer means you don't get into heaven, nor does it say that being a believer does (Judaism is divided on whether the afterlife exists at all, but that's another story).
3. It is not just people who are not Jews who are referred to as Gentiles; Mormons refer to non-LDS as Gentiles. Somehow, I bet that PeterCouch is not as bothered about what Mormons think and do.
Why can't Gentiles dismiss jews as not-Gentile??? Without attracting ugly names.
Many have and do; for an antisemite, you don't seem to keep abreast of what your fellow-thinkers are saying.