What Jew-Haters Really Want, What We Should Do About It
If you are not a Jew-hater, you cannot presume to speak for them.
“Don’t leave the Democratic Party,” I have heard some people say, “because that is what the Jew-haters want.”
If you are not a Jew-hater and a Jew-hater did not tell you that, then you cannot really know if this is what they want.
I suppose some Jew-haters would prefer the Democratic Party to be judenrein. But who says that Jew-haters are a monolithic bunch? Perhaps some revel at the sight of Jews groveling to be accepted — and with Jews in the Party, they have ample opportunities to watch it up close and intimate. Something like having the equivalent of a court jester.
For others, they may be happy to have Jews serve in advisory capacities. Who better to provide an insiders’ understanding of the Jew-mind, thereby helping the Jew-haters in their manipulations against us like the traitors behind enemy lines that they are.
I suppose that many Jew-haters really just want us dead and gone. Or perhaps they pretend to want us dead and gone, because if we really were dead and gone, what would they do for entertainment, who would be their scapegoat next? I ask because a hater needs a scapegoat. And we have always been the convenient first-choice since we have never, for over 4000 years, agreed to just roll over and die. We have a longevity that means that over the centuries we have been the opening act for a finale we have staved off. If you had any doubt, just look at what has been happening in recent history to the Christian communities in the Middle East where the Jews actually are either dead or gone.
And in any case: who cares what the Jew-hater wants!
I do not recommend we do anything based on what the Jew-hater wants or does not want. What they want is irrelevant to us. It is what WE want that is important. We do what is right for us.
Is it right to stay in the Democratic Party and try to fix it from within? Is it right for JEWS to stay and try to fix the party from within? That is a serious question that merits serious consideration of all the options and not because it may be what Jew-haters do or do not want, but regardless of what they do or do not want.
Perhaps the Democratic Party has reached a point of no-return. Perhaps it is time for a new party to arise. Who said that there can only be two parties in the USA? Is it in the Constitution? Since I am not American, I do not know. But it seems to me that the Americans, who built a formidable nation based on a capitalistic market economy has perhaps reached the stage where their electoral tradition should move from being an oligarchy of two alternatives to a more open marketplace of ideas. Not reaching the absurdities of Israel’s current 47-party election smorgasbord, of course, but offering more meaningful competition for those valuable seats in Congress, the Senate and the Presidency. And in any case, what has this to do with Jew-haters?
Staying in the Democratic Party because Jew-haters want us to leave, as has been suggested on the social media, is just more of the same well-worn Jewish obsequious capitulation to public opinion turned on its head. People who have self-respect are assertive. They make their choices based on their values and needs. And that is what I expect of American Jews today.