Jews Must Not Flee To The ‘Alt-Right’


ed note–as we like to say, many goodies contained therein…

1. Please notice how every other word, every other sentence, is–informationally speaking, if not literally–in the 1st person. Everything is Jews, Jews, Jews, and of course, the obligatoire bleating of all the obligatoire themes














etc, etc, etc…

blah, blah, blah…

If the Greeks spent the entirety of their time debating, discussing, and dwelling upon every instance where some non-Greek happened to say BOO to them, there would be no such thing as Greece and all its glorious history. Dittos with Rome, Persia, Egypt, Byztantium, the Ottomans, the Holy Roman Empire, etc, etc, etc…

And perhaps this is one of the many reasons why there are no pages in the history books dedicated to discussing (in any kind of respectable historical context) the contributions of Judea to human progress. Yes, the Jews make sure to remind everyone on a daily basis how we would all still be swimming in our own primordial soup were it not for the ‘advancements’ that they brought to the world, but anyone with any kind of historical training knows this is just BS.

Next, note the author’s use of the following phrase–

‘our own universalistic values’


There is no use of the word ‘universal’ that can be associated with Jews or their self-absorbed, self-worshipping mindset, outside of course the context of the ‘universal’ domination that they crave. These are the same people who believe with absolute rigid, dogmatic tenacity the fairy tale notions that they are ‘set-apart’ and a ‘light amongst the nations’ and who take seriously those words from Deuteronomy that single them out for ‘specialness’, to wit–

‘For you are a holy people unto the LORD thy God and He has chosen you to be a special people above all others upon the face of the earth…’

Therefore, when we see anyone proudly declaring their membership in one of the 12 Tribes of Israel while at the same time talking about how much their heart bleeds for others based on their ‘universal’ values and morals, understand that such a tribesman is plying the same technique described in the book of Genesis utilized with great success by Abraham when selling his wife Sarah to Pharaoh on the pretext that she was his ‘sister’.

The Jewish problem–despite all the millions of words that have been written/spoken about it over time–is, when boiled down to its most simple form, very easy to understand and can be explained thus–In the absence of reason, logic, or facts, anything and everything–no matter how convoluted or detached from reality as they are–can exist side by side along each other, and someone who was nursed from birth on the intoxicating and maddening milk of Judaic thinking will in time succumb to the effects of Jtosis, which is in fact a form of mental illness manifested by the afflicted’s complete detachment from reality.

Benjamin Gladstone for The Forward

I just read an article in the Forward by a Jewish writer, Joshua Seidel, who claims membership in the “alt-right.” Seidel’s argument, like most other conversations that I’ve had with right-wing Jews in the aftermath of this election, was based on a particularist interpretation of Jewish needs and a sense that the political right has something to offer Jews that the political left does not. Seidel supports his claims, in multiple articles, with references to anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism on the left. I’m no stranger to leftist anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism myself, but take it from a Jew who spends much of his time combatting both: moving to the right is not the answer. We as Jews must be morally upstanding citizens as well as effective advocates for our own needs. That means sticking with the left.

Jews who support the “alt-right” ignore the universalistic lessons of Jewish history. We have a basic ethical responsibility, as Jews and as human beings, to be good allies to others who are facing oppression. After millennia of suffering at the hands of Diaspora anti-Semites, whether Crusaders, Tsarists, Fascists, Soviets, or Nasserists, we, more than anyone, should understand the suffering of our fellow human beings who are marginalized because of religion, race, ethnicity, gender, sexuality, or anything else. We should remember how devastated our communities were when we found that our non-Jewish neighbors, for the most part, were not willing to stand up for our rights. And then we should strive to be better. Out of respect for our ancestors who were oppressed, marginalized, expelled, and massacred all over the world, we must stand up to the same oppression when we see it today, against any community.

Furthermore, the “alt-right” is not good for the Jews. The anti-Semitism of the “alt-right” isn’t limited to Holocaust-evoking memes (although that is cause enough for great concern). Anti-Semitic hate crimes have spiked with the rise of Trump, and Trump himself has mainstreamed anti-Semitic politics – recall his anti-Semitic Twitter attacks on Jon Stewart and Hillary Clinton and his extremely disturbing, Elders-of-Zion-evoking closing campaign ad. The worst historical manifestations of anti-Semitism didn’t start with mass violence; they began with propaganda.

Moreover, even if the “alt-right” were to abandon anti-Semitism, large swaths of the Jewish community would not be safe from its other forms of racism (Jews of color comprise 20% of the American Jewish population), misogyny, homophobia, transphobia, and even politically motivated repression (Jews voted for Hillary Clinton by an enormous margin). Even in purely particularistic terms, anyone who values the safety of American Jews ought to be terrified of the “alt-right.”

The particularistic argument for Jews to support the “alt-right” tends to dismiss all of those factors and focus instead on left-wing anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism. Many identity groups are encouraged to integrate the particularistic issues relevant to their communities with universalistic progressive ideas -– the fights against anti-Black racism, Islamophobia, and misogyny, for example, are all regarded as core issues of the left (and they should be). But an exception is often made for Jewish issues, to the point that many Jews feel forced to choose between their particularistic Jewish concerns and their universalistic progressive beliefs. Anti-Semitism is often ignored, and Jewish history, including the Holocaust, is dismissed as irrelevant to current events even while the histories of other minority groups are valued and integrated into contemporary activism. Foreign policy concerns of other minority communities are taken seriously on the left in a way that the safety of the 6 million Jews who live in Israel often is not, and other ideological liberation movements, even those with checkered histories, are embraced while Zionism is spurned. All too often, the left tolerates activists who are openly anti-Semitic in a way that it doesn’t other kinds of racists, and many progressive movements are undeniably rife with anti-Zionism.

All of those problems on the left are real and important, but the solution is not to flee to the “alt-right.” If Jews are frightened away from progressive movements and fail to “show up” for progressive causes, the anti-Semites are vindicated. The causes about which we are passionate suffer, and we have even less of a voice to express our concerns on the left. Our best chance at confronting anti-Semitism and anti-Zionism on the left is to remain a part of the pro-justice movement and to speak up for Jewish issues from there.

To abandon our own universalistic values and to align with the intense anti-Semitism of the “alt-right” would be both foolish and morally reprehensible. For all of the problems on the left, I truly believe that there is great potential for Jewish concerns to be integrated into American progressive politics; no such potential exists on the “alt-right.”

  1. #1 by James Benn on 01/04/2017 - 9:34

    “The Jewish problem – despite all the millions of words that have been written/spoken about it over time – is, when boiled down to its most simple form … a form of mental illness manifested by the afflicted’s complete detachment from reality.”

    While seriously deluded, The Juze is very much a part of reality and to an extraordinarily large extent creates our reality. In the words attributed to arch ‘neocon’ Karl Rove … “That’s not the way the world really works anymore. We’re an empire now, and when we act, we create our own reality. And while you’re studying that reality—judiciously, as you will—we’ll act again, creating other new realities, which you can study too, and that’s how things will sort out. We’re history’s actors … and you, all of you, will be left to just study what we do.”

    The Juze couldn’t do what it does without a very shrewd grip on reality and understanding of human – i.e. ‘goy’ – nature. The Juze plays us like a piano. The Juze plays all the Little Jews like a piano as well. That’s why they are prepared to do anything to protect The Juze and think nothing of it. They are its ‘enablers’.

    Like all psychopaths, The Juze is itself incapable of creating anything. Except for one thing of which it is insanely jealous and will do anything to protect. Namely, the Money Racket. They learned the baleful trade back in ancient Babylon. And every time we personally take out a loan, or the ‘government’ takes out a loan on our behalf, we sign onto it. Their immense and vastly disproportionate power depends on it. And everything they do, including miscegenating the ‘West’ with human detritus and mind-phucking it with porn, alcohol, drugs, fluoridated water, carbon credits, and anything else their febrile brains can think of, is designed to protect the Money Racket.

    As I keep saying, other money systems have come and gone, but somehow we have ended up with system based entirely on state-sanctioned and protected usury. And in so doing, we have ALL become Judaized … like it or not.

    I was caught in the middle of a railroad track
    I looked round and I knew there was no turning back
    My mind raced and I thought what could I do
    And I knew there was no help, no help from you
    Sound of the drums
    Beatin’ in my heart
    The thunder of guns
    Tore me apart
    You’ve been thunderstruck!

  2. #2 by Luigi on 01/06/2017 - 9:34

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