I am rewriting this post because yesterday, while listening to this audio in the night, I did not pay due attention to Nietzsche’s words. While his first paragraph of § 205 of Daybreak (1881) is brilliant—:
THE PEOPLE OF ISRAEL.—One of the spectacles which the next century will invite us to witness is the decision regarding the fate of the European Jews. It is quite obvious now that they have cast their die and crossed their Rubicon: the only thing that remains for them is either to become masters of Europe or to lose Europe, as they once centuries ago lost Egypt, where they were confronted with similar alternatives.
—the rest (see my first comment below) is a little confusing.
This is typical of Nietzsche: who could write superb passages about the JQ in On the Genealogy of Morality (1887) § 8 and in The Anti-Christ: A Curse on Christianity (1888) §24, §58 – §62.
But then, as he was driving his mind into insanity, Nietzsche relapsed into philo-Semitism, especially after his breakdown of January of 1889.