Thursday, November 30, 2023

Why Jews Attack Trump and Musk

I am trying to understand why the Jews expend so much energy attacking Donald Trump and Elon Musk, when Trump and Musk are so friendly to the Jews, and others support Hamas killing Jews.

I found this essay:

Growing up in the US in the 1960s and 70s, I was taught that the Jews have been persecuted since the beginning of time, for absolutely no reason – other than that they were Jews. And not having had access to any evidence to the contrary back in those pre-internet/completely-Jew-controlled-media days, I just accepted that assertion at face value. After all, why would anybody lie to us about such a thing? Or so I thought!
Yes, I agree with that. I was similarly taught that Jews were persecuted. Now I cannot find any example of Jews being persecuted for being Jews. Jews are the most privileged group on Earth.

Yes, the Gaza Arabs killed some Jews on Oct. 7, but that was a territory dispute. And Jews were the ones holding all the power.

The above article blames the Jews for a long list of things. I am not endorsing this. It even mentions The Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Much of it is material that I do not know if it is true or false. But I do think it is worth reading to better understand the Jewish Question.

Most of those criticizing the Jews today are leftist Hamas sympathizers. I am not siding with them. I just think people should understand the power and influence of Jews, and what they are using that power and influence for.


MikeAdamson said...

Well that essay was interesting. I was mildly surprised not to see the subject of fluoridated water addressed, but then such articles can't cover them all I suppose.

CFT said...

If you were to ask me why Jews have had a such rough go throughout history, I would say there were two major reasons, both of these reasons are pretty obvious.

The history of the Jews is a cyclical disaster movie. In the old testament it was pretty self evident that while the Hebrews were incredibly driven and capable, they also had a strong cultural tendency of veering into unmitigated hubris at the drop of a hat once they thought God wasn't looking. This rinse and repeat cycle between devotion and arrogance kept going for thousands of years up until they finally mouthed off once too often to the Roman Empire, and well, the Romans acted true to form and followed through with their threat.

In the times since the great diaspora, the Jews as a people have been continually fighting any real assimilation into each and every society they entered. Having pride in one's heritage is fine if not taken to an extreme, but if you are going to continually hold yourself apart from the civilization you are partaking of, and then fall back on ancestral hubris and look down your nose at the society around you when you find yourself alienated...things don't go well. Ever.

Speaking from a family full of people from practically everywhere, assimilation is vital to cultural acceptance if you are an immigrant. Without it, you are always held apart in some kind of cultural discord. This really is no different than the principal in biology when you introduce a foreign body into another organism, if the foreign body can't convince the organism it isn't foreign or harmful, it is attacked by the immune system or walled off in a cyst.

Culturally, the reason most Jews attack Trump is that they are mostly Democrats politically, add this to the strong tendency of cultural hubris, and they simply can't eat crow and admit when they are wrong...about anything. Next to parental inflicted guilt, not being able to know when to back down is very strong Jewish tradition. While perseverance can be commendable, it is also important to know when to bend so that one might not court perpetual disaster.