…by Jonas E. Alexis
If you still don’t think that Bill Kristol is a loon, then think again. Flaming Neocon David Horowitz has called Kristol “a renegade Jew” largely because Kristol has been undermining or destroying the Neoconservative ideology itself. As some indication of the intellectual perversity of the anti-Semitism movement, Michelle Goldberg, a senior correspondent for The American Prospect and a columnist for The Daily Beast and Slate, has called Horowitz’s view anti-Semitic.
Goldberg indeed knows that Horowitz is a Jewish Neocon himself and admits that Horowitz was a “Black Panther groupie….” But Horowitz’s view is still anti-Semitic because it does not correspond to what she has been perpetuating.
Goldberg does not lack the sophistication to realize that she is toe-dancing around a contradiction, but since her essentially Talmudic weltanschauung leaves her with no intellectual options, she has to abide by the idea that virtually anything she does not like is basically anti-Semitic.
In that sense, Goldberg has really done us a favor by implicitly or unintentionally arguing what we have been saying for years: ideologues, including David Horowitz, have used the anti-Semitism mantra as a political weapon in the ideological war.
Keep in mind that Horowitz has supported perpetual wars in the Middle East. Horowitz is no friend of Islam at all. As we have seen in a previous article, Horowitz bragged about destroying countries like Iraq in the name of “democracy” and “freedom.” But the moment he says that Kristol is a “renegade Jew,” all hell broke loose.
Leaving Horowitz and Goldberg aside, what about Kristol? Is it true that he is indeed a “renegade Jew”? Or is the phraseology itself too moderate? Well, you be the judge. Kristol, as we have argued earlier, is the son of Irving Kristol, a proud Trotskyite. Bill has recently supported another third party candidate by the name of David French. Who is this obscure man?
French has quoted his friend Kevin Williamson of National Review to the effect that “the white-working class” is composed of “dysfunctional, downscale communities” and “deserve to die.” Williamson has more interesting things to say about those “dysfunctional, downscale communities”:
“Economically, they are negative assets. Morally, they are indefensible. Forget all your cheap theatrical Bruce Springsteen crap. Forget your sanctimony about struggling Rust Belt factory towns and your conspiracy theories about the wily Orientals stealing our jobs.
“Forget your goddamned gypsum, and, if he has a problem with that, forget Ed Burke, too. The white American underclass is in thrall to a vicious, selfish culture whose main products are misery and used heroin needles.”
How did French respond to this wonderful dissertation? “These are strong words,” he said, “but they are fundamentally true and important to say.”
Think about this for a moment. Suppose some punk or kook from nowhere accidentally utters similar racist words about Jews or blacks. Wouldn’t the Zionist media mobilize to get their teeth in the carcass? Wouldn’t they use ignorant blacks to create chaos in cities in the United States, most specifically in Missouri, Chicago and Maryland? Didn’t the New York Times publish an entire article on “white supremacy without borders” last June?
Moreover, hasn’t the Jewish establishment lambasted Donald Trump because he waited too long to disavow “white supremacy”? Hasn’t Jennifer Sabin of the Huffington Post blamed Trump for so-called anti-Semitism, despite the fact that Trump and his supporters have been the victims of scumbags and gangsters in places like California and New Mexico? Haven’t Zionist outlets such as the New York Times, the Atlantic, and even Politico lamented that anti-Trump protesters are getting out of line? Didn’t the Washington Post report that “that violent anti-Trump protesters are only helping him”? Didn’t they admit that anti-Trump protesters are “out of control”? The Atlantic has reported:
“In San Jose on Thursday, a volatile crowd outside a Donald Trump rally assaulted numerous attendees. They punched a man in the face, knocking him to the ground; bloodied another man by bludgeoning the side of his head with a duffel bag; trapped a woman against a glass door, pelting her with an egg and other objects; snatched a cap off a man’s head, lighting it afire on the street soon afterward; and perpetrated other hateful acts against total strangers, with many fellow protesters cheering them on and a brave few fervently pleading for nonviolence.”
Sure, Trump’s foreign policy doesn’t seem very promising, but can the man deliver a talk in his own country without being harassed? Do people have the right to support or reject him without being sucker-punched? Haven’t we been told for decades that we ought to support “diversity”?
Or shall we say that “diversity” is another ideological weapon? Why can’t Jennifer Sabin talk about some of those issues? How is it more convenient for her to bring in the anti-Semitism issue when in fact Trump seems to be a Zionist puppet? And why are people getting upset about Trump’s policy on illegal immigration when Bill Clinton proposed the same thing back in 1996?
Leaving these important issues aside again, let us focus on one of the central points that Kevin Williamson raises: “Even the economic changes of the past few decades do very little to explain the dysfunction and negligence — and the incomprehensible malice — of poor white America.”
This joker really believes the palpable lie that the economic downfall of 2008 and 2009 have little to do with the chaos that has gripped “poor white America.” Has this man been living in a cave for the past decade? As E. Michael Jones points out in his meticulous study Barren Metal:
“By the time Milton Friedman died in November 2006, the richest 2 percent of the world owned more than half of global household wealth, and the CEO who made 43 times what the average worker made in 1980 earned 411 times as much in 2005.”
They earned that much money by cheating the 98 percent out of their labor and through usury, which precipitated the economic collapse in the first place.
“The ultimate cause of the 2008 crisis was ‘the widespread abandonment of usury doctrine by American law,’ especially in the period following the monetary deregulation act of 1980. The result of that abandonment was the proliferation of the ‘unjust loan transactions’ which constitute ‘the root of the problem.’”
The pathetic thing is that Kristol is supporting those people. But it seems that Kristol hasn’t read Hegel at all. If he has, then he should have noticed that every diabolical move he makes actually leads him closer to intellectual suicide and indeed destruction. By supporting people like French and Williamson, Kristol has shown the entire world that the Neoconservative movement is indeed Satanism in a new garb.
So, should we thank Kristol for unintentionally exposing the New World Order and for being deliberately ignorant of Hegel’s “the cunning of reason”?
 Michelle Goldberg, “Breitbart Calls Trump Foe “Renegade Jew.” This Is How Anti-Semitism Goes Mainstream,” Salon, May 16, 2016.
 For a recent example of this, see Jennifer Sabin, “The Ugly Reality of American Anti-Semitism,” Huffington Post, June 1, 2016.
 David French, “Working-Class Whites Have Moral Responsibilities — In Defense of Kevin Williamson,” National Review, March 14, 2016. Thanks to a concerned reader who made me aware of this article, which was surprisingly reproduced by Alex Jones.
 Morris Dees and J. Richard Cohen, “White Supremacists Without Borders,” NY Times, June 22, 2015.
 See for example Alan Rappeport, “Donald Trump Wavers on Disavowing David Duke,” NY Times, February 28, 2016; Sam Stein, “Donald Trump Declines Three Chances To Disavow David Duke,” Huffington Post, February 28, 2016; Glenn Kessler, “Donald Trump and David Duke: For the record,” Washington Post, March 1, 2016; Gideon Resnick, “David Duke: Trump Makes Hitler Great Again,” Daily Beast, March 18, 2016; Eliza Collins, “David Duke: Voting against Trump is ‘treason to your heritage,’” Politico, February 25, 2016.
 Jennifer Sabin, “The Ugly Reality of American Anti-Semitism,” Huffington Post, June 1, 2016.
 Alan Rappeport and Nick Corasaniti, “Anti-Trump Voices Amplify on Internet, With Violent Results,” NY Times, June 3, 2016; Diana D’Arbruzzo, “Violence flares at Trump rallies,” Politico, June 3, 2016; Conor Friedersdorf, “Anti-Trump Protesters Attack Democracy in San Jose,” Atlantic, June 3, 2016.
 Jose A. DelReal and Sean Sullivan, “Democrats fear that violent anti-Trump protesters are only helping him,” Washington Post, June 3, 2016.
 Friedersdorf, “Anti-Trump Protesters Attack Democracy in San Jose,” Atlantic, June 3, 2016.
 For recent reports, see for example “Donald Trump’s new fundraiser’s Israel connection,” Haaretz, May 26, 2016; Tamar Pillegi, “Iran nuke deal drove Trump to run for president, son says,” Haaretz, May 29, 2016.
 See for example Jake Grovum, “2008 financial crisis impact still hurting states,” USA Today, September 15, 2013.
 E. Michael Jones, Barren Metal: A History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury (South Bend: Fidelity Press, 2014), 1369.
Jonas E. Alexis has degrees in mathematics and philosophy. He studied education at the graduate level. His main interests include U.S. foreign policy, the history of the Israel/Palestine conflict, and the history of ideas. He is the author of the new book, Kevin MacDonald’s Metaphysical Failure: A Philosophical, Historical, and Moral Critique of Evolutionary Psychology, Sociobiology, and Identity Politics. He teaches mathematics in South Korea.