Archive for August 9th, 2011

Jews and Stuff

When you bought a new Ford car off of the assembly line around World War I, you got a free copy of Henry Ford’s book, The International Jew, with it.

A lot of Jews probably bought the car and then sold the book for a quarter.

As I understand it, it was threats of giant libel suits that caused Ford to back down.

As you doubtless know, Hitler said that “Ford,” he didn’t know the rest of his name, was the only American who understood the Jewish Problem.

In one of the ten thousand security checks I had to go through — though I may be exaggerating slightly, my Adjudicator was a conservative Jew. Looking at my background he asked in passing if I was anti-Semitic. I told him the truth, that in Politically Correct terms I definitely am.

Jews, as group, have attitudes. All groups have general attitudes. In fact, people will point out that some Jews are anti-Semitic, but all they are doing is using the exception to contradict the rule. The only reason an anti-Semitic Jew stands out is because there is a general Jewish attitude which is NOT anti-Semitic.

In general, you expect someone named O’Hara to have a special attitude toward English pretensions to high virtue in their history. You would be astonished if France, which is west of Germany, never allied with Poland, which is east of Germany.

The oldest treaty in existence is on clay, and it was country A and Country C forming an alliance against Country B, which was between them.

Once again, this a world view which is as alien to pro-whites as it is to anti-whites.

The reason for this is because we have let the other side impose their world view on us. We shout anti-Semitism while they shout pro-Semitism, but neither side is looking at the real world.

The debate about anti-Semitism is miles from reality, like our constantly trying to deny the racist label they throw at us on racism.

Whatever you label it, there is Western white attitude towards Jews and there has been a Jewish attitude toward Western whites. But we begin by talking about a conspiracy and they begin by saying any attitude we have is anti-Semiotic.

No attitude? Good God, we are talking about two groups who have been cheek by jowl for two thousand years!

You do not start discovering Jewish hostility as some kind of late conspiracy. Jews are in outer space if they insist that Jews have been hated but have never ever responded with hatred themselves.

If you are going to make any sense at all, you have to have a basic world view that makes sense.