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Jewish crypsis

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by Tanstaafl IN Part 1 we examined “messianism”, in Part 2 we’ll discuss “conversion”. As with “messianism”, “conversion” means something different to Jews than it does to non-Jews. What’s more, Jews actively promote this difference in understanding, and use it to their advantage. To put it bluntly,…
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by Tanstaafl I’M HALFWAY through The Burden of Silence: Sabbatai Sevi and the Evolution of the Ottoman-Turkish Dönmes, written by Cengiz Sisman and published in 2015. This is a good place to pause and summarize my impressions so far. I wanted to learn more about the secretive crypto-Jews of Turkey,…
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by Andrew Joyce “From my conversations with many of these Buddhist leaders, they have spoken openly about how their commitments to social justice are shaped by their Jewish upbringings.” — Emily Sigalow, American JewBu: Jews, Buddhists, and Religious Change, 2019. AS MENTIONED in a 2017 review…
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A NEW pro-Israel group that is pretending to be a standard bearer for conservative opinion in the United States was founded in January, a fortuitous bit of timing as it will not have to reveal its sources of income until next year. The Edmund Burke Foundation describes itself as “a new public…
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by Tanstaafl IS JULIA Salazar a Jew? What is a Jew? Why does it matter? There was quite a Jewsmedia stir around Salazar even before she won the New York state primary. Now the squid ink is really squirting. Here’s how Haaretz summed up the situation before the primary – State senate candidate Julia Salazar…
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by John I. Johnson ELIOT JANEWAY, who will be remembered by older National Vanguard readers as an unavoidable face and name on network television, the slick magazines, and even luxury goods advertisements 35 years ago, began his career as an “economic commentator” by positioning…
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by Tanstaafl AS AN addendum to Junk Bonds and Corporate Raiding as Ethnic Warfare I quoted Rob Eshman’s use of the Jewish narrative to excuse Jewish behavior: It’s not complicated, really. Poor little Jordan wanted to show those WASPs whose country clubs he couldn’t join that he was smarter, richer,…
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