Category Archives: Judaism

How Do You Change Your Life?

There was a nasty guy I saw at Placer High School named Steve Pitman. He was a bully. I kept my distance. He scared me. A couple of years after I left high school, I ran into him again and … Continue reading

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How Does Jewish Nationalism Compare With White Nationalism?

“Nationalism is all about creating myths about how wonderful your country is,” says John Mearsheimer in a recent video. In many ways, Jewish nationalism and white nationalism have more in common with each other than either do with Christianity. Both … Continue reading

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Is Judaism Connected To A Particular People?

.@benshapiro Is Judaism a free-floating value system? Or is it intrinsically connected to the Jewish people? — Richard ☝🏻Spencer (@RichardBSpencer) October 24, 2017 Yes, theoretically, anyone can convert to Judaism, but in practice, conversion is difficult, particularly to Orthodox Judaism. … Continue reading

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Alt Right Torah – Yom Kippur Edition

Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are those rare times for me when I consistently feel that the spiritual world is more real than the physical world. Watch live. I grew up a Protestant, a branch of Christianity with few rituals. … Continue reading

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The Shiksa Professor Of Talmud

A goy messaged me: “Jewish New Testament scholar rethinks homosexuality. Hello fellow whites, let’s reform your religion together. I don’t like it. The reasoning in that last paragraph is such a girlish attempt at Socratic thinking. Fake dialectic. I’m sure … Continue reading

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