EssaysHadding Scott

How I Became Jew-Conscious

by Hadding Scott

I FIRST NARRATED this tale in 1993 when I made the acquaintance of Dr. William Pierce during a summer visit to the National Alliance property. He invited me to have supper at his home, which was spaghetti cooked by his Hungarian wife Susan followed by a slice of a Sara Lee cake. While there he asked me how I came to be racially conscious.

Being from the South, the Negro Problem was something with which I was well familiar. It was a problem that everybody recognized and acknowledged. I thought that everybody understood that Blacks were not really equal to Whites, and that no White person who has had experience with Blacks, apart from perhaps a few defective individuals lacking common sense and powers of observation, would say that Blacks were equal without being under some pressure, pressure that must have come directly or indirectly from Blacks. Growing up as a Southerner, I knew very well about the criminality and low intelligence of Blacks, but I hardly knew about Jews and their special characteristics.

Over the course of time I gradually got some inkling of the role of the Jews in preventing the reign of common sense in racial matters.

In the late 70s and early 80s, I was a regular listener to Larry King’s late-night radio program on the Mutual Broadcasting System. Compared to every person that I had met, Larry King was a lunatic. He insisted on the equality of Negroes, and even more shockingly, he had a large contingent of callers that agreed with him on that point. If you called in and explained that he was wrong, it made no impression. He would act as if he could not understand what you had said. This was rampant insanity. How could this be explained? I did not appreciate the importance of it at the time, but Larry King made no secret of being a Jew. Not only was he a Jew, but he had a list of repeat guests on the show, his buddies that he promoted, who were also Jews. It made an impression on me that this lunatic who insisted on racial equality was also very proudly Jewish. This was really puzzling because I also saw Israel as a racist state that at the time was one of the few nations that would deal with the Republic of South Africa.

A few years later I got to know a Jew very well, the kind of Jew that some other, more assimilated Jews might call a Kike. This Jew would brag about being amoral. He thought it was a virtue. I witnessed him do something blatantly illegal once, and after getting caught in the act by police, he created enough ambiguity by lying to the judge that he escaped consequences. He also did some gratuitously cruel things that he told me, including killing a small dog with a stun gun, apparently out of boredom. His racial attitudes were interesting. He would say terrible things about Blacks behind their backs that even I wouldn’t say (for example, saying that he would like to have a Black person as his slave), and then flatter them to their faces, and even play the strident anti-racist. He was as two-faced as any human being could possibly be, and he was proud of it.

An old postcard featuring a rather likable Jewish caricature. Jewishness is usually not so obvious and often not harmless.

This opened my eyes to the fact that there are people in the world whose spirits are totally unlike mine, about whom the assumptions that I make about what I might do in some situation are simply not applicable. We are not “all the same inside.” People of a perverse and alien nature exist.

Not long after that I happened to see John Metzger interviewed on CNN’s Larry King Live. Most of what Metzger said I already knew, about the criminality and low intelligence of Blacks, etc. These were obvious facts that the interviewer, King, had always denied. Metzger however connected the denial of these obvious facts with Jews. That made a certain sense to me, and I found it intriguing. I knew that certain attitudes inhered in Protestantism; certain attitudes inhered in Catholicism: why should there not be certain social attitudes that inhere in Judaism? I’d already had the personal experience of a totally two-faced Jew who pretended to be anti-racist, and it was tempting to see Jews in general as reading from the same script. It was the only explanation that made sense, when these seemingly intelligent people could not be set straight by presenting facts. Jews claim to believe in racial equality because it is a lie that their leadership and their peers expect them to promote, while privately they are as capable as anyone of seeing that it is false.

This explanation of Jewish mendacity that I reached circa 1988 was more social than biological. Since then I have come to appreciate more and more the role of heredity in determining character and behavior, and I have become aware of the Jews as a distinct biological as well as social entity.

That is how I became Jew-conscious. Becoming Jew-conscious is a major step toward becoming a national-socialist since the most obvious distinction between national-socialists and traditional American racists is the recognition of Jews as a source of trouble. *

*The Ku Klux Klan at times has even accepted Jewish members, and even today some Klan groups will accept a Jew if he converts to Christianity.

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Source: National-Socialist Worldview

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Franklin Ryckaert
Franklin Ryckaert
19 May, 2018 4:23 am

I am sure Hadding Scott reached his general attitude toward Jews due to more than only listening to Larry King’s radio programs or having one dishonest Jewish acquaintance. Broad generalizations about ethnic groups are only justified after having had broad social contacts or after having done extensive reading. It would be interesting if Hadding Scott would mention what reading brought him to his broad generalizations.

I myself did not have personal negative experiences with Jews, but extensive reading changed my opinion about them. A list of books that I can recommend has been given here : Lasha Darkmoon : Why I am an Anti-Semite – by Franklin Ryckaert.

23 May, 2018 7:32 am

I would argue that we’re all aware, but it’s whether or not you decide to open your eyes and accept what they’re seeing. The overwhelming majority of people are too busy with their lives and don’t want to “open the door” to something that would add strain and completely alter the already exhausting way they live – because that’s what happens when you become (((conscious))). You can never go back; you never look at the world in the same way and you can never again trust government. But there’s also the stigma. We’re ostracised because our views have been made so alien that no one wants to embark down that path. People just want to get on with things, live their lives and hope the bad stuff goes away. They… Read more »

LH Collins
LH Collins
16 September, 2021 10:09 am

I wish the Holocaust was a real event. One million or six million, one should not endure too many of the “Sons of Abraham”.