Tuesday, November 29, 2022

Rich Jews with Trivial Complaints

The Jewish religion consists largely of complaining about imaginary or trivial persecutions.

Here is a video made by a British comedian who calls himself a fundamentalist Jewish atheist. His big gripe is that his fellow progressives advocate in favor of Blacks and minority, but treat Jews as privileged Whites.

He denies being a religious Jew, denies being White, and denies loyalties to Israel.

It is bizarre how trivial his complaints are. One of his top complaints is that Hollywood movies sometimes use non-Jews to play Jewish roles!

I consider him a religious Jews if he complains about a lack of Jews in Hollywood. He has bought into a Jewish narrative that goys do not understand.

The Jewish religion is not about belief in God or holding spiritual values. It is about promoting Jewish identity. Their favorite techniques are bonding with other Jews by pretending that they are a persecuted minority, and by attacking goys. The movie does this from beginning to end.

I believe in religious freedom, so this guy can believe whatever he wants, but it is just a goofy religious beliefs, and he have no legitimate complaint about others not subscribing to those beliefs.

He argues that Jews should be considered a minority race, because they are attacked for an immutable physical characteristic. That is not true. Okay, maybe someone will occasionally make fun of a Jewish nose. Most criticism of Jews is based on their beliefs.

Here is a Jew who dislikes the complaining of his fellow Jews:

I’m not sure that I love the evolution of Jewish victimhood over the past 75 years. In 1948, we fought against the regular militaries of Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Iraq, Lebanon, Saudi Arabia, and Yemen. Today our enemy is an individual 24-year-old incel. If we extrapolate out another 10 years, is it reasonable to predict that all Jews worldwide can be taken out by a pet rabbit and we need all of the goyim to rally around us and protect us from that rabbit?
Here are videos of Sen. Chuck Schumer and law professor Alan Dershowitz ranting that Pres. Trump had a dinner guest who brought a friend who once did an internet livestream where a caller made a snide remark on how long it would take to bake millions of cookies. Dershowitz, speaking from Israel, also complained that the guest was once present when some protesters chanted "Jews will not replace us." They were both adamant that it is "dangerous" for Trump not to denounce these folks. Schumer said that it was "pure evil".

Again, these are strange Jewish religious beliefs. Christians do not believe in condemning people for their political opinions, or for their failure to take orders from Jews.

Saying "Jews will not replace us" is the opinion of non-Jews all over the world. To disagree with that means to believe that Jews should be allowed to import foreigner to displace your people. I guess Dershowitz and the other Trump critics believe that Jews should rule the world, and treat goys like farm animals.

Dershowitz actually agrees with almost everything Trump did as President, and argues that he was very good to the Jews. But Dershowitz would never vote for Trump because Trump refuses to express subservience to the Jewish world order.

I do not even necessarily disagree with Israel replace West Bank Arabs with Jews. I do not have a dog in that fight. But I certainly disagree with Schumer and the others who control the Democrat Party and who import millions of foreigners to replace the native White Christian population. As he recently explained:

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer made some startling admissions last week about his immigration views: “We have a population that is not reproducing on its own with the same level that it used to. The only way we’re going to have a great future in America is if we welcome and embrace immigrants, the Dreamers and all of them, because our ultimate goal is to help the Dreamers but to get a path to citizenship for all 11 million or however many undocumented there are here.”
However many? Is it 30 million? Illegal aliens do not make a great future. The purpose here is to exterminate White Christians.


CFT said...

While I often disagree with him, Ben Shapiro has some remarkable observations about Judaism which I did find informed and enlightening. He basically lays all the cards down on the table when he talks about this in a video he made called "Ben Shapiro: Why Jews Vote Leftist?" on TruthRevoltOriginals. It is very much worth a watch even if you disagree with him. He basically says that far and away most Jews actually believe in secular leftism more than any actual religious spirituality rooted in the Torah or anything akin to God. He points out that Jews really do like being able to separate themselves culturally while pretty much sneering at the larger societies they live within. He does make this quite clear, and does not shy away from the large differences between orthodox and reformed Judaism, and how each sees themselves and votes in elections.

Where Ben and I VERY much diverge is that Ben's positions revolve around him being able to honestly and ethically straddle being an American citizen and a Jewish Zionist. You can't be both at the same time anymore than you can serve two competing masters. Two separate countries have their own agendas, perspectives, and cultures...as they should. I have no problem whatsoever with Ben being a Zionist OR (exclusive) an American, But I do have a problem with people like him who believes he or she can serve the political and cultural interests of Israel while having allegiance to America. You can't, something has to give when push comes to shove, and I note when Ben does 'give' it is always in one direction culturally, which I really do wish he would take note of. Ben also seems quite disdainful at times of others who DO take their citizenship and allegiance seriously. I distinctly remember the Hebrew God being quite firm in stating 'Thou shalt have no other gods before me' which kind of short circuits the entire idea and morality of serving two divergent allegiances.

Roger said...

Ben Shapiro is an exception to Jewish Leftism. He devotes much of his podcasts to attacking leftists. He almost sounds anti-Jewish when he attacks leftists. But, as you say, his allegiances are to Jewish ethnic identity.

In that video, he tries to deny a link between Leftism and the Jewish religion. He says religious Jews are conservatives. Secular Jews are leftists. Okay, but he does not explain what makes them leftists.