Seventy five minutes into this recent podcast, Counter-Currents Editor Greg Johnson says: “Both [Jared] Kushner and [Carl] Icahn are orthodox Jews. If you poll orthodox Jews, orthodox Jews are more willing to entertain white rights, meaning the rightness of white people wanting to discriminate against non-whites in their neighborhoods, their schools, in employment, immigration, so forth, than your average white person. That’s 25% of orthodox Jews who says that is ok, that’s five times the percentage of white Americans who says that is ok. These people are significantly less hostile to white interests than white people are. You can’t hope that orthodox Jews will help white people. They got into the halls of power and they did the stuff easiest to do — strikes in Syria, recognizing Israel’s capital as Jerusalem, which I don’t think is a bad thing, and the tax bill, which wasn’t a bad tax bill…”
Question: “Why don’t you think acknowledging Jerusalem as Israel’s capital is a bad thing?”
Greg: “I don’t think it is the business of a foreign country to recognize or not recognize what a sovereign nation says their capital city. Not recognizing [Jerusalem] struck me as the height of arrogance. If we are going to have diplomatic relations with this country, they should be allowed to say what their capital is.”
“When Trump said he was going to do it, I said what the hell. It shouldn’t be the sort of thing that matters that much to us. It’s indicative of how his administration has drifted away from his America First vision to the same Jewish hegemony with a different crew of Jews, Orthodox Jews rather than secular Jews.”
I asked Kevin MacDonald for his reaction to Greg’s point that Orthodox Jews, on average, are more pro-white than whites. He replied: “Sounds reasonable. But they also aggressively fight for their interests against Whites in local school districts, etc.”
Richard Spencer tells me: “That’s a reasonable inference, but a bit deceptive. What have Orthodox Jews done for us in power? Would they accept the creation of an Ethno-state? Doubtful.”
Andrew Joyce tells me: “Johnson has no expertise in this area. He’s just an eloquent homosexual poseur. That I disagree with him on this shouldn’t surprise you.”
[A Jewish friend: “Yes. To an erlicher Torah Jew, the idea of belonging to a tribe and defending tribal interests is the most natural thing in the world, totally unlike say, what a Roman Catholic Prelate must (meant in every sense) think. Torah Jews really don’t want dusky ones around them no matter who they are. Too bad that by the time the Torah Jews find themselves in the majority among American Jews, the dusky ones will make up the majority of American goyim.”]
Now tell us about peaceful Muslims and hard-working, law-abiding blacks. I bet there are far more genuinely peaceful Muslims and hard-working, law-abiding blacks than there are pro-white Jews. So fucking what?
Luke Ford: it’s things like this (“erlicher Torah Jew”) that make me say that you are REASONABLY redpilled as opposed to simply “redpilled”. As far as the Jews are concerned you’re still pretty much a big, naive, trusting GOY, falling for these peoples lies just like the next naive trusting goy.
Luke Ford – let’s do this: use all the powers of your GOYISH, FAKE JEWISH BRAIN to parse and analyse the passage I cut and pasted above and tell me what’s wrong with it, what in it would make the blood of any self respecting white man boil — while you found it so smart and inspiring you even quoted it in public as something we should all admire instead of feeling repulsed by it.
On a side note I was really taken aback by Andrew Joyce’s comment:
“Andrew Joyce tells me: “Johnson has no expertise in this area. He’s just an eloquent homosexual poseur. That I disagree with him on this shouldn’t surprise you.””.
Greg Johnson is perhaps the most powerful mind in the Alt Right in the sense that he’s smart educated and articulate to an extent I don’t quite see matched by anybody else among us with a possible exception of Tom Sunic. Therefore, to see him being reduced to “an eloquent homosexual poseur” is dishonest on the part of Andrew, specially because, being as smart as he is, he knows pretty well such a characterisation of Johnson is wildly off mark. Actually saying such a thing reflects poorly not on Johnson but on Andrew himself, who now I see as an admittedly brilliant individual but small and dishonest on a personal level.
Greg: “[Steve] Bannon bollixing up something important. He was the closest thing to our guy in the halls of power in the White House, the guy who most closely mirrored Trump’s populist nationalist agenda and done the most to push that agenda through, and because he was irascible, an Irish cliche, [that was wasted], the boastful, brash, impulsive, angry drunken Irishman. It just makes me so mad.”