paper by Kevin MacDonald dated 2003
Subjects: Jewish History Source: Kevin MacDonald's web site
)Local copy: File:Understanding Jewish Influence.pdf
Part 1 of a series of 3 papersWikispooks Comment
This series of three papers analyses the factors underlying Jewish influence on Western societies, cultures and politics. The series constitutes an easily digestible overview of the historical relationships between the Jewish Diaspora and its host country populations.
- Part 1 is a brief historical resume covering the 2,000 years since the destruction of the Jersusalem Temple
- Part 2 deals with the advent and rise of Zionism from the mid-nineteenth century to the present day
- Part 3 analyses the present-day US 'Neoconservative' movement as a specifically Jewish phenomenon
The series is a sobering introduction to the burgeoning post-World war II dominance of Jewish interests on the politics of the Western world in general and the US in particular - a dominance that the mass of western populations appear to remain either oblivious or indifferent to.
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