My paternal grandmother's entire family (except for her) was killed by the Germans, and I don't want any reparations. If I get reparations then I'm connected to victimhood, and I do not want to be a victim.
I don't want to inherit something that my ancestors went through, and I shouldn't have to because I'm not them.
Honestly I don't see what the big deal about heritage is. So what if you are descended from people who did something amazing. They did the amazing thing - not you. Unless those ancestors passed something physical for you, then their actions have no bearing on your life.
At one time I was like that. I'd get my dad to tell me stories about his dad and feel proud by association. He'd always go on about how smart Jews are, naming this Jewish physicist, and that Jewish doctor, and I'd feel proud about that for some reason too, but one day I realized that all the successful Jews in the world wouldn't make me successful. Hell, I'm not even related to them.
Not to mention I wouldn't have much to be proud of anyway. The most my ancestors did was farm crops in Poland and then get summarily killed. Big whoop.
Also all my friends are goyim. I've tried making Jewish friends, but they're all in their little cliques and seem to only care about their other friends. I went to this Passover dinner at my uni's Hillel House, and the majority of their conversations were about their friends.
No talk about sports, movies, games, books, politics, school: just their friends. I never could stand most of the kids I went through religious school with either. Bunch of ass-kissers.