The Jewish Question (JQ) thread

rotekz

Ostrich
Gold Member
Maybe I'm in the minority here, but I think an obsession with the Jews is a sign of spiritual sickness.

Don't get me wrong--I do realize that there's (((one))) spearheading many corrosive social movements. But even the very brood of vipers that delivered Jesus to be crucified had Nicodemus and Joseph of Arimathea.

And to be quite honest, looking for a Jew under every sheet and behind every blade of grass to explain away the world's ills is a mirror of (((their))) neurotic, narcissistic tendencies.
 

Oberrheiner

Pelican
And to be quite honest, looking for a Jew under every sheet and behind every blade of grass to explain away the world's ills is a mirror of (((their))) neurotic, narcissistic tendencies.
I stopped believing in the relevance of finding out which is cause and which is consequence.
The situation does not work, that's a simple factual observation.
Why, I leave that to historians ..
 
What will happen they crash Hollywood, Netflix and whatever other braindead enterntainment domain? Will normal channels (American controlled) appear only for them to acquire them at a later stage? Most of the awards ceremonies are plunging into irrelevance rather quickly.

Common people react negatively by instinct, not because they did the research that we did. Many are suddenly surprised that the gay rights lobby would suddenly make paedophilia the new progressive cause. Same with the diversity quotas.
 
Don't get me wrong--I do realize that there's (((one))) spearheading many corrosive social movements.
If it was just (((one))) then it would unreasonable to single them out; but when you look at the list of destructive social movements of the last 200 years almost 100% of the time they are involved. The list of communists, movements that undermined Christian morality are almost interchangeable with the ethnicity. If this were a 'coincidence' that would be one thing, but what if its a feature of their culture? Much of their self-identity is based on 'we're always persecuted by ****fill in the blank***' and inherently the idea that Western Christian civilization is fundamentally evil comes directly from the Jewish perception of it. Western Christian culture is systematically antisemitic, therefore, it must be destroyed. We don't treat them like an enemy, they treat us like one. And most westerners don't realize it.

Jewish identity says 'we' have always persecuted them - that's far more a libel than anything I have read on this thread and complete, utter lack of self awareness on their part. Think about it "Western Christian culture is systematically antisemitic and Jews have always suffered" - this is a standard narrative you can find in any college text or main stream narrative. It's a blood libel, ironically, on their part. Freud was an evil, destructive guy but 'projection' nails it pretty well.
 

Anomaly

Newbie
New member here. I’m actually a Jewish man with a white Catholic wife and two baptized kids and I’m going to start RCIA in two weeks. I am 41 years and have been aware of the question since age eight and know every aspect of it. Unfortunately I cannot post what I like on race til my new-user probationary period is up but I look forward to spilling the beans as a J defector. I look forward to reading the thread.
 

The goyum know.
The way he used 'denunciation' of the movie paired with conspiratorial antisemitism - I read the tone of his sentence that both are negative - denouncing the movie and conspiratorial antisemitism (and what exactly does "conspiratorial antisemitism" mean - someone who pointed out the Israel lobby pushed us into war with Iraq?)
 
Coincidence of the day - the names of the writers and directors of "American Pie" an iconic film that I do feel a bit nostalgic about are Аdam Herz and Chris Weitz. Still, the plotline seems innocent compared to today's accelerationism.
 

NoMoreTO

Ostrich
Coincidence of the day - the names of the writers and directors of "American Pie" an iconic film that I do feel a bit nostalgic about are Аdam Herz and Chris Weitz. Still, the plotline seems innocent compared to today's accelerationism.
At the time it was pretty edgy. We all liked it. But it is degenerate::
- Encourages getting laid at all costs to lose virginity
- Normalizes masturbation , which is a heavy theme with the Pie incident
- Stiflers Mom introduces the milf concept which is now everywhere

Like all movies back then there was some funny mixed in with the degenerate. And some of the degeneracy was pretty funny. The thing about the change in values is it is very gradual, and we are constantly nudged down to a lower standard.
 
Yes it was definitely degenerate. The word "milf" impressively got adopted worldwide along the porn industry. Sex is depicted as the holy grail (which is how teens would see it anyway).

(((They))) seem to also have a monopoly on comedy. Maybe a small part of that deserves credit. Roosh was talking about Seinfeld in the past. I also think some guy named Hurwitz did "Arrested Development" which did make light of some crimes, but it was extremely witty. The revolutionary spirit helps I guess. Then there are also the connections and the pecking order or releasing.
 

BlastbeatCasanova

Kingfisher
I found this article to be interesting. It's pretty short so I'll paste the whole thing:

It's hard to imagine that anything literally hanging from utility poles across Manhattan could be considered "hidden," but throughout the borough, about 18 miles of translucent wire stretches around the skyline, and most people have likely never noticed. It's called an eruv (plural eruvin), and its existence is thanks to the Jewish Sabbath.

On the Sabbath, which is viewed as a day of rest, observant Jewish people aren't allowed to carry anything—books, groceries, even children—in public places (doing so is considered "work"). The eruv encircles much of Manhattan, acting as a symbolic boundary that turns the very public streets of the city into a private space, much like one's own home. This allows people to freely communicate and socialize on the Sabbath—and carry whatever they please—without having to worry about breaking Jewish law.

Along with everything else in New York City, the eruv isn't cheap. It costs a group of Orthodox synagogues $100,000 a year to maintain the wires, which are inspected by a rabbi every Thursday before dawn to confirm they are all still attached. While wires do occasionally fall, the overall eruv has survived events such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and Hurricane Sandy. When eruv wires do break, it can cause enough of a stir to make news. Most notably, in 2011 a wire broke near the United Nations building, which caused a problem when repair crews couldn't get past security to fix it. The issue was eventually resolved, but not before a good deal of panic set in.

Manhattan has had an eruv in one form or another since the early 20th century, but the present-day incarnation began on the Upper West Side in 1994. It has since expanded from 126th Street to Houston Street, and its exact locations can now be viewed on Google Maps (and an intermittently updated Twitter feed). The city does have some rules in place regarding the eruv: The wires can only be a quarter-inch thick, and they must be hung at least 15 feet off the ground.

New York City isn't the only metropolis in the U.S. with an eruv. They can also be seen (or not seen) in St. Louis, Atlanta, Baltimore, Chicago, Dallas, and numerous other cities across the country. Rabbi Adam Mintz, co-president of the Manhattan eruv, talks more about it in the video below, courtesy of Business Insider:
 
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