Yesterday, that nice Zuckerberg boy bagged Time’s Person of the Year designation, bringing the Jews who have been thus crowned up to four. Yet this isn’t nearly as impressive as last year’s winner Ben Bernanke: The first Jew Time Magazine deemed unnecessary to couple with an anti-Semite.

Sure, there are good reasons to pair the Jew hating Richard Nixon with the Jew hating, but self-loving Henry Kissinger. Yitzhak Rabin and Yasser Arafat go together like pastrami and kosher salami. But, deep down, you know it’s weird that Jews needed a chaperone until 2009, while Charles Lindbergh made the cut the very first time around in 1927.

Below, Time Magazine’s People of the Year who didn’t like, actively hated, or were, as we say, not very good for the Jews.

Charles Lindbergh (1927)
Pierre Laval (1931)
Wallis Simpson, duchess of Windsor (1936)
Adolf Hitler (1938)
Josef Stalin (1939)
Richard Nixon/Henry Kissinger (1972)
Ayatollah Khomeini (1979)
Yasser Arafat (1993)
You* (2006)

*Yes, you.
You could call more often.
What, do you want to kill your parents?

Person of the Year 2010 [Time]
Earlier: Jews Give It Up
‘Time’ Names Bernanke ‘Person of the Year’
Related: Why Kissinger Dismissed the Soviet Jews
Richard Nixon Explains Anti-Semitism
Why Rabin Shook Arafat’s Hand
Carl Paladino’s Betrayal of Reason