The Jewification of the World Is Now in Session
“The real reason you should be worried about these revelations of government surveillance is not that you’re likely to be tracked, prosecuted, or exposed. You should be worried because it is another step in the process of making our vibrant, contentious, and most of all free-minded citizenry into a nation of sheep.”…Professor Stephen M. Walt of Harvard University
Preface: The word “Jewification” here is used in its theological and ideological sense. I am in no way referring to our decent fellow Jews. I have also made it clear that people should be cherished for who they are, for common sense tells us that we all have committed “sins” in our lives, to use a theological language.
I have said again and again that I am a Christian and I have no interest whatsoever in promoting or espousing hatred toward another human being.
I need to put this to rest once again here: to all my Jewish friends and fellow human beings, I am on your side! What we will be dealing with throughout this article and the next is the diabolical ideology that has been dragging the West and much of the Middle East into economic, political, and cultural perdition.
I have no quarrel with my fellow human beings; I have quarrels with a wicked ideology, and everyone who wishes to engage in the ideological war has to be able to make that vital distinction and balance. It was Israel Shamir who wrote that,
“One should make a clear distinction between Jews as persons, and the Jewish paradigm as ideology. Jews are just human, and deserve to be treated and accepted as human. The Jewish paradigm should be confronted and counteracted. Two important issues were confused: the question of external relations, human and civil rights, human dignity on one side and ideological difference and variance, on the other. They can, and should be treated separately.”
It is time to confront this “Jewish paradigm.”…JEA
…by Jonas E. Alexis
In a speech delivered at the B’nai B’rith in 1902, Solomon Ehrmann, a Viennese Jewish dermatologist, envisioned a future in which “All of mankind will have been jewified and joined in union with the B’nai B’rith.” When that happens, “not only the B’nai B’rith but all of Judaism will have fulfilled its task.”
According to Albert S. Lindemann of the University of California, for Ehrmann, “Jewification equaled enlightenment.” As a corollary, if mankind is not “Jewified,” mankind is therefore in darkness.
The German liberal Jews, continues Lindemann, tried to portray this form of “enlightenment” before the rise of Nazi Germany. They began to advocate that “a Jewish background engendered enlightenment, while a Germanic heritage was a burden, pulling in the direction of irrationality and barbarism.”
This Jewish enlightenment—or Jewification—did not die out in the early part of the twentieth century. It has shown itself in various forms and in different contexts.
This “Jewification” process was quite vivid in the life of literary writer Lorraine Hansberry, known for A Raisin in the Sun. Like Frederick Douglas before her, Hansberry married a Jewish revolutionary by the name of Robert Nemiroff. Soon enough, Hansberry began to portray the “Jewification” spirit and attitude in her work, including A Raisin in the Sun.
“God hasn’t got a thing to do with it,” Hansberry wrote. “God is just one idea I don’t accept…I get tired of Him getting credit for all the things the human race achieves through its own stubborn effort. There simply is no God—there is only man and it is he who makes miracles.”
If man is the measure of all things and if he decides who makes miracles, then racism, genocide, “survival of the fittest,” and other evils which are incompatible with Hansberry’s heritage can find their rationalization in a society where man is the final authority.
If man is in charge and that there is no ultimate transcendent moral virtue, who is Hansberry to say that racism is wrong? On what grounds is she saying that someone else’s view is wrong?
As we shall argue in the fall, without an ultimate transcendence, Hansberry’s argument is philosophically dead and logically indefensible.
Hansberry was already a revolutionary by the time A Raisin in the Sun got published. Hansberry, by indirection, gave thanks to the real person who helped bring her revolutionary work into being. In The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window, she wrote,
“I have learned a lot after five years of life with you, Sidney. When I met you I thought Kant was a stilted way of saying cannot; I thought Puccini was a kind of spaghetti…Thanks to you, I now know something that I wouldn’t have learned if it hadn’t been for you.”
As the end of her life drew near, Hansberry found herself between two poles:
“Do I remain a revolutionary? Intellectually—without a doubt. But am I prepared to give my body to the struggle or even my comforts? This is what I puzzle about.”
As E. Michael Jones points out, by being revolutionaries, writers such as Hansberry lost their faith in God and replaced it with “moral corruption.”
We see the extension of this “moral corruption” once again with the release of The Man with the Iron Fist, co-written by RZA and “The Bear Jew” Eli Roth. Roth and RZA became “allies,” to sue the New York Times’ word, when Roth’s parents “took RZA in” for the night.
RZA and Roth, then, became “good buddies.” It was Roth who helped RZA “to think through his imaginary world as carefully as George Lucas knows Star Wars” in order to bring about the script.
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