Category Archives: Judaism

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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How Do You Use Your Judaism?

There’s probably nobody I admire more than my friend (he’s never had a parking ticket!) and the other day he was discussing a bargaining position. I interrupted: “I love how you use your Judaism.” I’d said the same sort of … Continue reading

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The Meaning Of The Exodus

Unz.com has republished this essay from The Occidental Observer. Comments: * Pharaoh is a symbol of resistance to G_d. Jewish history has many stories about resistance and punishment. Tsars and others will be more modern pharaohs, as resistance needs an … Continue reading

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Islam, Judaism & Democracy

Paul Gottfried writes: During the last few months I’ve seen on TV and read in Newsmax the views of an earnest American patriot, Zudhi Jasser. A onetime naval officer, distinguished cardiologist and more recently, an inspired leader of the American … Continue reading

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