In recent years Jews did not experience any persecution in the great US of A. So no advantage to you. And for the record - you’re Caucasian. (Unless you’re Sephardic, but that’s a different story.)
You don’t consider yourself Jewish and according to the Jewish law - you cant be 1/4 Jewish, you're either in or out. And you are out.
Also, it seems like you aren’t that bright, so don’t want you in the tribe.
I don't know what you've been smoking, but in 2003, there were over 900 anti-Jewish hate crimes in the United States. That may not seem like a lot when you take it by itself, but there were only about 200 anti-Muslim hate crimes, so there you go. The numbers haven't changed much.
I know this thread is dead, but I had a question, and I am under the assumption that starting new threads is frowned upon unless absolutely necessary. I don't intend on claiming to be a URM, but I was wondering about personal statements. I'm an observant Orthodox Jew (I keep Shabbos, pray 3 times a day in addition to before/after meals, etc.), and I was just wondering if that would be appropriate to discuss. To give a bit of context, I grew up in a neighborhood with around 50 families, and we were the only Jews. Needless to say, it was somewhat interesting.