They are not one big monolithic group that always acts in tandem with each other, as some try to portray them.
Yes this is true, Jews are no different than Protestants, they are revolutionaries but they act according to where they live and it's not a conspiracy, it's just who they are.
What lead me to this conclusion is reading Jung's 'Answer to Job' where he basically outs Protestants for being incomplete and irrational in their beliefs, and this leads them to act like revolutionaries. Judaism is the same.
“Not only did it develop, at the outset, from an encounter with the worldly spirit of the times, but it continues this dialectic with the spiritual currents of every age; for the pneuma, in keeping with its original wind nature, is flexible, ever in living motion, comparable now to water, now to fire. It can desert its original haunts, can even go astray and get lost, if it succumbs too much to the spirit of the age.
In order to fulfill its task, the Protestant spirit must be full of unrest and occasionally troublesome; it must even be revolutionary, so as to make sure that tradition has an influence on the change of contemporary values. The shocks it sustains during this encounter modify and at the same time enliven the tradition, which in its slow progress through the centuries would, without these disturbances, finally arrive at complete petrifaction and thus lose its effect.”