Billionaire Paul Singer, who supports Marco Rubio, stands for gay rights, open borders for goyim and secure borders for Israel. He is the anti-thesis of a Torah Jew. He stands in open rebellion with the traditional Jewish way of life.
When Jews such as Paul Singer leave the Torah Corral, they sometimes make the world better and sometimes worse.
If Jews such as Paul Singer act in ways that hurt non-Jews, anti-Jewish feelings can only result.
Jews are sometimes weak and sometimes strong, depending on where they are in the world. In some spheres of the world, such as media and finance, Jews are strong and thus have the power to hurt non-Jews who will react with anti-Jewish feelings and behavior.
The world is composed of groups with clashing interests struggling to survive. It is in every group’s interest to become as strong as possible, but in this wrestle for supremacy, there is inevitably conflict.
When Jews invent financial instruments that help the world, the world and Jews benefit. When risky financial instruments pushed forward by Jews backfire, then Jews and non-Jews get hurt and an anti-Jewish whirlwind gathers force.
Jews tend to have higher IQs than non-Jews, more of a work ethic, they are more rooted in reality and this world as opposed to the next world, they have a more flexible code refined over millennia living among people who are frequently hostile, and this give Jews great advantages, but with great power, comes great responsibility.
Every people, every nation, tries to become as powerful as possible but every people are uniquely adapted to thrive in various locales. Africans are best suited for thriving in Africa, Tibetans in Tibet, the Japanese in Japan, etc. Different groups competing in the same place is brand new in history and conflict and tragedy inevitably results. Diversity plus proximity sometimes equals prosperity and sometimes equals tragedy.
Groups tend to fear each other. Jews, for instance, fear criminal violence by non-Jews. Non-Jews fear Jewish influence in politics, law, academia, media and finance. Non-blacks tend to fear criminal behavior by blacks. Blacks tend to fear that other groups are smarter than them and will take advantage of that fact.
No human being and no group only has benign intentions. Every person and every group is a mixture of benign and malign intentions. What makes a group scary is when it has power and it has an incentive to hurt you. Jews, remembering the Holocaust and centuries of bad will with their East European gentile neighbors, instinctively fear and loathe white power. Gentiles often have instinctive fear of Jewish power based on gentile history.
It is a weird type of Christian who has no burn against Jews and Muslims. It is a weird type of Jew who does not have some fear of Christianity and Islam. It is a weird Muslim who has no negative feelings towards Jews and Christians. These three monotheistic religions compete for world dominance. The more Muslims enter the West, the less power and security Jews and Christians have. The more Israel thrives, the weaker and more vulnerable its neighbors feel.
We can all say nice words to each other, we can often finds ways to cooperate, but in the final analysis, groups are in a fierce competition with each other for scarce resources and conflict is inevitable.
You can do a great deal as an individual or as a group and totally annihilate the other party, but it may well end up doing you more harm than good. We can never predict with 100% accuracy how other people will react.
When China was weak in the 19th Century, the Sassoon family was able to harness the power of the British empire to protect its opium trafficking, which devastated the Chinese and other Asians. On the other hand, the Sassoon family (along with their British protectors) got rich from selling death to the Chinese.
It’s impossible for Jews (or any people) to completely know what is going on with outsiders and to accurately predict their behavior. What we can know is that when we are useful to other groups, they have a stronger incentive to keep us around than when we are damaging to other groups.
I’m freely adapting the realist school of foreign policy to inter-group conflict.
The traditional Jewish way of looking at Jewish suffering is to try to see where we fell short in our observance of God’s commandments. Where did we sin?
I learned in Twelve Step work that when it comes time to make amends, you don’t ask, where did I do wrong? You ask, where did I harm somebody? You may feel you were wrong and selfish and lustful, but where exactly did you hurt someone?
So too I think it is useful for any group living as a tiny minority to ask where are we harming the majority. Every living organism has an instinctual response against anything that threatens it (“Who’s f***ing up my s***?”). The tiny group needs to be particularly sensitive to things it might be doing that tick off the majority.
We can never predict how the majority will act towards us. We can never predict the shifting alliances of our competitors. All we can do is to make ourselves as strong as possible and as useful as possible to those whose support we need. Jews have always done best in individualist Protestant countries such as the USA, England, Canada, and Australia. So it is in the Jews’ interest that these nations thrive. If we break down their individualist identity through pushing immigration and multi-culturalism, we are putting ourselves in danger.
Down deep under layers of repression, everybody has a part of themselves that regards the different as sub-human.