Sunday, January 28, 2024

How the Jews lost the Young

Most Americans over the age of 40 are strong supporters of Israel. They accept Zionism, Jewish homeland, etc. They just think of the Palestinian Arabs as a bunch of no-good terrorists.

But Americans under age 30, and on college campuses, do not seem to accept any of this. Israelis are similar to Nazis, and are doing ethnic cleansing on stolen land.

American Jews have spent the last 20 years with propaganda campaigns on how it is anti-semitic to say that the Jews run Hollywood, and on how holding Jews accountable is just the same as Nazi death camps. And how Trump is just like Hitler.

None of this seems to have made much impression on today's youth.

Right-wingers are still mostly pro-Israel, but leftist organizations that used to be dominated by Jews are now anti-Israel.

How did this happen? I am not sure. My guess is that it is partly a byproduct of Jews pushing Marxist ideologies. Those ideologies can be favorable to Jews if they are seen as an oppressed group, but now everyone sees them as oppressors, and not oppressed.

I just watched Adam Schiff on tv, and he argued that Trump should be put in jail and Biden elected, because Trump is a divisive figure. He also said it was just that Trump was ordered to pay $83 million.

What? Biden is must more divisive. Biden prosecutes his political enemies, and has record low approval ratings. Trump is much more liked than Biden. And no one could honestly think that Trump owes $83 million. This is just an example of Jews being oppressors.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

This quote also has a scientific basis that is actually measurable, as it dovetails very neatly into Elliot Wave Theory which takes into account that humans are not static numbers or robots, but that they do follow patterns of psychological development which changes from one generation to the next, in other words, history doesn't exactly repeat... but it does rhyme quit a bit.

“Hard times create strong men. Strong men create good times. Good times create weak men. And, weak men create hard times.”
― G. Michael Hopf, Those Who Remain