Introductory note by Lasha Darkmoon:
We recently invited our regular readers to submit an essay to this site with the title, “Why I am an Anti-semite”. (Or an article with the alternative title “Why I am not an Anti-Semite”).
The article length suggested was: (a) shorter articles of 800-1200 words, or (b) longer articles of 1500-2500 words. We also suggested that anecdotal articles, giving personal experiences of Jews that might contribute to the development of one’s attitude, would be of special interest to us.
The first writer to submit an article (though it is more a comment than an article) is Franklin Ryckaert. He states elsewhere that he has never himself had any unpleasant personal experiences with Jews, and that some of the Jews he has known have been quite nice people. Franklin is nevertheless a confirmed anti-Semite as a result of his extensive reading and study.
I think it would be absolutely true to say that one does not need to know a lot of bad Jews personally before developing anti-Semitic attitudes. All one has to do is to witness Israel’s disgraceful behavior, day after day.
Later on, one’s incipient anti-Semitism hardens and sets in as one learns more about Jews: about the Talmud, for example, and Jewish misbehaviour throughout history; about the Jewish role in the Bolshevik Revolution and the Red Terror; about the Jewish role in helping to kickstart World War I and World War II; about the Jewish role in pornography, the Frankfurt School, feminism, abortion, multiculturalism, mass immigration; about the promotion of homosexuality and sexual deviance; about the attack on the family unit, the attack on Christianity, and the attack on the White race; about the Jewish role in 9/11 and international terrorism.
The list goes on and on . . . interminably.
Finally, one comes to the Holocaust. And if one should decide after careful study that the Holocaust is the biggest hoax of all time and has been cunningly utilized to whip up support for Israel, to blacken the name of Germany, and to extract exorbitant sums of money in Holocaust reparations, one’s anti-Semitism is then set in stone.
Anyway, let’s see what Franklin Ryckaert has to say and give him a warm welcome.
WHY I AM AN ANTI-SEMITE
I think a whole article would be too much, but I can give you a list of books that changed my mind and, hopefully, will change the mind of others too.
Here we go :
1) David Duke:
Jewish Supremacism (can be read free on line in PDF). Still the best introduction to the subject.
2) Kevin MacDonald:
#1 : A People That Shall Dwell Alone.
#2 : Separation and its Discontents.
#3 : The Culture of Critique (can be read free on line in PDF). MacDonald’s major work, a must read.
#4 : Understanding Jewish Influence.
Prof. MacDonald treats Jewish conduct as a “group evolutionary strategy”, a polite term for what I call ethnic mafia behavior.
3) Douglas Reed:
The Controversy of Zion (can be read free on line in PDF). This is bout Jewish subversive behavior from the time of the Babylonian exile to the foundation of Israel. An eye opener.
4) When Victims Rule, by an anonymous (Jewish!) author. (This can only be read free on line in PDF, 2040 pages!). An encyclopaedic work on Jewish misbehavior, especially in the US.
I guarantee that after having read these books you will become a full-fledged anti-Semite.
It only remains for us to define “anti-Semitism”. The term is a misnomer because it is not about “Semites” but about Jews. A negative attitude towards Jews is meant. But why would one have a negative attitude towards Jews?
Various spurious reasons are given to account for anti-Semitism, mostly by Jews themselves. These include:
1) “Because Jews are strangers”.
Xenophobia does exist, but mostly towards strangers who are present in a great number and therefore pose a threat to the indigenous population. Jews are everywhere a small minority, so that cannot be the reason.
2) “Because Christians consider Jews as Christ killers”.
A conflict between Christianity and Judaism does exist, but Jews were equally hated in the pre-Christian pagan world, so that cannot be the main reason.
3) “Because Jews are economically successful”.
Economical jealousy, especially towards foreign groups does exist, but the recurrent reproach is not economical success but economical dishonesty, especially in the form of usury.
4) “Because Jews are intelligent and excel in the professions.”
Professional jealousy does exist, but again the reproach is not success but the misuse of influence for harmful purposes.
All in all, a negative attitude towards Jews follows them everywhere they settle and the reproach is always: Jewish misbehavior.
Criticism of misbehavior, whether of individuals or groups, should always be allowed. “Anti-Semitism” is simply valid criticism of Jewish misbehavior.
I therefore propose to use the term “Judeo-critique” instead. I am a Judeo-critic, and I am proud of it!