Low status white males against Zionism

The life of a low status white male has a bitter aftertaste. You think you’re really clever and edgy by seeing the hand of the ZIONISTS behind every world event. But then you wake up one day and fat brown women and pillow-biting vegan twinks march through your street, convinced of the same ideas as you, eager to let their followers on TikTok know they stand behind those ideas too.

If there’s one thing every angry low IQ low status white male who comments on random blogs and obscure forums can agree on, it’s that the Jews/Zionists are evil. The Zionists did this, the Zionists did that. They’re not real Jews, they are Khazarians. They’re not real Jews, they are part of the synagogue of Satan. I’ve heard it all before. And if these ideas don’t appeal to me, you should consider that perhaps it’s not just because I haven’t heard of them.

One of those things I’ve noticed is that the anti-Zionists have a warped view of history. At its most cartoonish, the TikTok version, the Jews “should have just received a part of Germany”. The low status white males and the fat brown women tend to comprehend this conflict goes back a little further. The fat brown women have ancestral memories of ULULULULUing about Jews before world war II, the low status white males remember the Rothschilds are somehow involved.

Broadly speaking, we can say that secular Zionism, the idea of Jews returning as an ethnic group to Israel, began with Theodore Herzl, in 1896 when he released Der Judenstaat. Back in those days, Jews in Europe faced severe discrimination, as they began to assimilate into the European population. This made the idea of a state for ethnic Jews popular among European Jews.

Because they were inspired by the nationalist ideals that were popular throughout Europe in the late 19th century, their goal was less to return to Palestine (the European name for the region), than it was to develop a state of their own. The latter was called territorialism. The plan to return to Palestine ultimately won.

It’s not hard to understand why. Imagine you always go to the same restaurant with your large group of friends. If you wish to agree on some other place, where do you choose? There is Southern Argentine, there is Uganda, there was Southern Ukraine and there was the Jewish Autonomous Oblast in the far east of Russia. The Jews at the time really just wanted a place where they could live in peace, but none of these projects ever really managed to take off. Ultimately, the proposals for a Jewish homeland condensed on the only place the Jews had ever known as home: What we in Europe called Palestine.

The important thing to remember however, is that the Jewish desire to return to the land of Israel was not born with Theodore Herzl. What was born with Theodore Herzl, was a Jewish desire to return to Palestine that was based on the secular ethnic nationalist beliefs that were popular in Europe at the time. This is part of a general transition at the time, when Jews were less thought of as a separate religious community and more as a separate ethnic group.

Until the 19th century, Europeans didn’t really have a well-defined concept of an “ethnic group”, as something you are born into and a trait that you pass on to your descendants. People knew they were different from each other of course, but the notion that you are part of an ethnic group, that should live together, was a new development.

Even in the 19th century, many people did not think of themselves as part of a particular ethnic group. For many Eastern Europeans, they were first and foremost “Greek Orthodox”. And in many mixed-language parts of Eastern Europe, when asked to identify themselves on a census, they just referred to themselves as “from here“.

For the European Jews, this whole development of nationalism did not work out well. They were after all, not really condensed in a particular region of Europe, they were not truly native to Europe and they had ties that stretched out to other Jewish communities across the continent. In the past, antisemitism could be escaped by abandoning Judaism. This was not always easy, when a whole community converted they often faced the accusation of “secretly still being Jews”. But antisemitism at the time was not bound to blood.

Zionism was an attempt by Herzl to remedy the situation. It would not just help out the Jews who would go to live in their own state. An important part of Herzl’s objective, was to make the situation easier for Jews in Europe who wanted to assimilate, by encouraging Jews who wanted no such thing to leave for their own homeland.

We hear about winners, we forget about losers. This is ultimately true for Herzl too. The reason we know of Herzl’s Zionism, is because he sought a route that ultimately worked. He sought the cooperation of the European Great Powers and he framed his Zionist narrative in the sort of ideas that were becoming popular among European intellectuals at the time.

But it would be a mistake, to imagine the Jewish ambition to return to the region of Palestine began with Herzl. In fact, in the Netherlands, Portugese Jews sought to raise funds, for Portugese Jews who were former conversos: Jews in Portugal who had converted to Christianity but still were not accepted. These Jews were encouraged to move to the Ottoman empire. In the first half of the 17th century, the majority of them went to the Land of Israel:

We don’t remember the preachers before Herzl, who encouraged Jews to join them in returning to the land of Israel. One such preacher was Judah he-Hasid Segal ha-Levi. In the 17th century, he went from town to town in Poland, encouraging Jews to join him in returning to Israel.

He ended up with 1500 Jews in Italy, but at least a third are thought to have died during the journey to Jerusalem. When they arrived in Jerusalem in 1700, it led to chaos. The local community could not afford to take care of them all. They had to borrow money from rich Muslims, which they could not repay.

This then resulted in the burning of their synagogue by 1720 and the dispersal of the Ashkenazi community of Jerusalem across the region. By 1735, there were just seventy Ashkenazim left in Jerusalem. We don’t know entirely what happened to these Jews however, as some sought to assimilate into the local Sephardi culture, they began dressing like them.

But in the 19th century, we have better census data. Amazingly, we find that the numbers show European Ashkenazi Jews already began to outnumber Sephardi Jews, decades before Herzl published his manifesto:

How is that possible? Because of the many forgotten proto-Zionists before Herzl. Consider for example, Moses Hess, an early communist thinker, who was affiliated with Marx and Engels. He had a falling out with them, because he did not think all of history is a product of class struggle. Rather, he viewed history as a struggle between different races.

Whereas most Jews in Germany in the 1860’s, sought to assimilate, he did the exact opposite. He reverted his first name from Moritz to Moses. In 1862 he published Rome and Jerusalem, in which he calls for Jews to return to the land of Israel. Nobody really paid attention to it, but years later, when Herzl read it, he thought he would not have written his own work, if he had heard of it.

More interestingly perhaps, there was Sephardic rabbis Judah Bibas and Judah Alkalai in the first half of the 19th century, who traveled around Europe, encouraging Jews to return to the land of Israel and wrestle it free from the Ottomans. The latter of these two received support from Christian Zionists, who considered the movement of Jews back to fulfill biblical prophecy.

In other words, we can’t really say that Zionism began with Theodore Herzl. It would be better to say that Zionism began to achieve its goals with Herzl. Herzl put in a secular language, the desire that had been part of Jewish tradition for many centuries before him.

And for the anti-Zionists, this makes life bitter. They seek to construct Zionism as something that began with Herzl, was then acknowledged by the British and finally brought to fruition in 1948. Because if you can say that something started at a clear point, you can more effectively argue for its reversal.

It’s argued that the Jews of Israel must “return” to the countries they originate from. But for most Israeli Jews, there is no country to return to. They were born in Israel, many now have ancestors who have lived there for centuries. An increasing number of Israeli Jews are now born from mixed marriages, between Ashkenazi and Mizrahi Jews. Where could they return to? They know no other home.

Importantly, the Mizrahi Jews from the Middle East did not end up in Israel out of their own volition. They had to flee for their lives, suffering violent pogroms across the Arab world during the 1940’s, intensifying once Israel won the war against its Arab neighbors. This was a de facto population exchange: Arabs from Palestine fled to the neighboring Arab countries, Jews from Arab countries fled to Israel.

But whereas these Jewish refugees are now full-fledged citizens of Israel, just like the Arabs who did not flee and still make up 20% of Israel’s population today, the Arabs insist on keeping the Palestinian refugees as second class citizens, who are prohibited from owning property and occupying most jobs.

We don’t do this with any other refugees. Millions of Germans had to flee from Poland and the Sudetenland of Czech republic, after the second world war. Many had families living there since at least the middle ages. But Germany never treated those Germans as refugees who should return to those places.

India similarly does not house Hindus who had to flee from Pakistan and Bangladesh during the partition and eventually Bangladeshi independence war as people with a “right to return” to Pakistan or Bangladesh. There is no other place in the world, where we treat the children and grandchildren of refugees from a conflict, as refugees themselves.

The world only really insists on delegitimizing Israel. Anti-zionism is a bizarre alliance between muslims, leftists and paranoid low IQ low status white males, that insists that Jews should not be allowed to have their own homeland for their ethnic group.

I would urge you to consider instead, what we should do with the United States. Should we reverse the 1893 overthrow of the Hawaiian monarchy of Liliuokalani? Should we reverse the 1845 annexation of Texas by the United States, which started because of Anglo-Americans who moved there since 1822?

The end of Israel, a country with nuclear weapons, is not likely to happen. But Palestinian statehood is not a desirable outcome either. We can look at Gaza today, this is a tiny overpopulated region, about the size of Malta, the most densely populated country of Europe. But it has five times as many people as Malta. That’s never going to be a functional state.

The Palestinians in Gaza, are Arabs. People in Singapore and Hong Kong can be content living in high-rise apartment complexes and working boring IT jobs, just as Jews can be content working in media, academia or finance. Arabs don’t want that. They want to grow figs, pomegranates and olives and herd their flocks. In Egypt that would be possible. In Jordan that would be possible. In a city state known as Gaza, that’s not possible. I will be accused of racism for saying this of course, but denying that people are different and want different things caused all this misery in the first place.

The most realistic option, would be for Gazans to receive citizenship of an actual state: Egypt. The Gazans are genetically more closely related to Egyptians, than they are to West Bank Arabs. Many have family members living on the opposite side of the border crossing, dating back to the era when Egypt occupied the Gaza strip between 1949 and 1967.

The founder of the PLO, Yasser Arafat, was born in Cairo, Egypt. His father came from Gaza, but his father’s mother came from Egypt. He battled in court to receive lands inherited in Egypt, but was unsuccessful. Many of the Arab Palestinians have Al-Masri as their last name. This means “the Egyptian”.

The problem with Palestinian nationalism, is that there never was a Palestinian state. This concept is an invention that emerged after the birth of Israel. Arabs wanted to join the region with other Arab nations instead. The idea of a Palestinian ethnicity became a useful rhetorical device later on.

Until October of last year, the Palestinians had their own state: Gaza. Israel withdrew its Gaza settlements in 2005, in 2007 Hamas took over Gaza. Instead of turning Gaza into a functional country, they dug tunnels beneath the ground and used the area as a staging ground, to conquer Israel and kill the Jews.

So the experiment of a Palestinian state has been attempted, it has failed. In a sane world, Egypt would return to managing the Gaza strip, give the Gazans citizenship, demolish its border wall so the Gazans can meet their family members on the opposite side of the wall without having to dig tunnels and Israel would maintain a buffer zone that prohibits the Gazans from starting another genocide.

So if you wonder why all the LSWM politicians, like Milei, Trump and Bolsonaro go to Israel to pray on the wall wearing a yarmulke, it’s not because they’re “controlled” by the Jews. Rather, it’s because they’re smarter than you and because their success in life makes them less resentful. It’s one of those things they get right and their base gets wrong. The Jews should have their own state, in their ancestral homeland, where they can life in safety.

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    • I don’t think Ezekiel ever factored Nazis into his predictions.

      It wasn’t exactly a miracle, unless that’s what you call five years of totally exhausting war and an unwanted remnant population with nowhere to go. The state of Israel was, to all intents and purposes, the last option left on the table.

      • Bob, it was in fact Ezekiel who prophesied the return of the Jews after the Holocaust when he wrote Ezekiel 37: 1 -14 (The Valley of Dry Bones). It ends with, “Son of man, these bones are the people of Israel. They say, ‘Our bones are dried up and our hope is gone; we are cut off.’ Therefore prophesy and say to them: ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: My people, I am going to open your graves and bring you up from them; I will bring you back to the land of Israel. Then you, my people, will know that I am the Lord, when I open your graves and bring you up from them. I will put my Spirit in you and you will live, and I will settle you in your own land. Then you will know that I the Lord have spoken, and I have done it, declares the Lord.’”

  1. “They want to grow figs, pomegranates and olives and herd their flocks.”

    That sounds good to me. I’m not cut out for my boring IT-adjacent job…

    • It is good.

      This is one of the ways in which I understand Arabs better than Jews.

      Jews really believe in progress, it seems almost hardwired into their DNA.

      Arabs believe in stasis. Things don’t get better.

      Russians believe things only get worse.

  2. > Anti-zionism is a bizarre alliance between muslims, leftists and paranoid low IQ low status white males, that insists that Jews should not be allowed to have their own homeland for their ethnic group.<

    YES, and while you were writing this a leftist US Airman self-immolated himself in spectacular fashion in front of an Israeli embassy, yelling out "Free Palestine" to his last breath. Young LSWMs on both ends of the political spectrum somehow share a hatred for Israel when they should be extremely concerned about the growing threat of the evil cult of Islam.

  3. When the covid fascism began in 2020, I expected that Israel or Germany would say something against it, because of their experiences in their shared history.
    Germany should have said to the world something like: “Hold on, we did this in the past, we should not do that again”.
    Israel should have said to the world something like: “Hold on, this was done to us in the past, don’t let it happen again”.

    But both countries behaved same in this crisis, both have a vaxx quota of around 80%. And both deny to reflect what they have done. I still can’t get it. I’m not sure for whom of us this is more shameful: For my people, who did it again, or for them, who did to themselves as we did to them.

    They both erasad their history, and made it into a farce.

    • That’s a valid point. I haven’t really considered why both succumbed so quickly to a tyranny that should have been obvious to, of all peoples, them. I’ll have to give that one some thought.

  4. History, who is right, who is wrong, who is good, who is bad, who started what – this is all irrelevant in a war of strategic exhaustion. For the past 20 years, the Arabs have been busy, very busy. What you will see is a strategic 36 months of a slow grinding meat grinder of attrition, then you will see Holocaust 2.0 (and this time undeniable – there will not be anybody denying this coming Holocaust). It will make the former Yugoslavia bloodbath look like a Sunday school picnic. Uncle Sam and the global west is fast running out of weapons stockpiles that, because of Chinese blocked supply chains, cannot be replaced (China is now officially supporting the Palestinians). The global west can no longer protect the Zionist Jews and the Jews are outnumbered 50 to one by retarded inbreed Arabs, that now have capable next-gen anti-nuclear defenses. My advice to Jews is to get out, whilst you still can. Israel is finished.

  5. Blood-wise, I am 62.5% Jewish, and most of my friends are Russian Jews also.

    And yet, I’m afraid I have to disagree with this sentiment: “paranoid low IQ low-status white males, that insist that Jews should not be allowed to have their own homeland for their ethnic group.”

    I live in the United States and greatly benefit from the non-ethnic democracy here. Not only do Americans have little appreciation of ethnicity, but most of them are utterly ignorant of ethnicity. They do not care about the difference between, for example, Russians and Ukrainians to the point that they have no idea if there is or should be a difference.

    After being asked about my nationality and me answering that “I came from Russia”, a certain woman asked “Is Russia a part of Germany”.

    While I find that funny, I also find it endearing and reassuring that I am not judged upon my “ethnicity,” although I am possibly judged on my skin color.

    Having said that, I find ethnic-supremacist statements like “Jews should be allowed to own Israel” to be disagreeable from a humanistic perspective. No, Israel should not “belong to the Jews”. All people living there should have equal rights as human beings that should be equal under the laws.

    Whether Palestinian refugees are mistreated in Arab countries is a non-sequitur argument of zero relevance.

    • “They do not care about the difference between, for example, Russians and Ukrainians to the point that they have no idea if there is or should be a difference.”

      the representative from lockheed martin would disagree.

    • I consider the United States to be a failed experiment. Without ethnic solidarity, everyone seeks to elevate themselves above their peers.

      To give everyone that sense of upward social mobility, requires perpetual economic growth.

      But this economic growth, requires destroying our Earth.

      The American experiment of ethnic diversity only functions as long as there is economic growth. It falls apart into ethnic strife whenever there is economic stagnation.

      Just look at cities with high unemployment like Detroit. As soon as there are no jobs, the place is taken over by nature and has murder rates last seen in medieval Europe.

      America is not a functional society. Israel on the other hand, is in many ways a European country in the Middle East. There is no “screw you I got mine” mentality.

      • Note, the idea of an ethnostate for Jews doesn’t mean non-Jews can’t live there. It just means that Jews are the demographic majority.

        Europeans should have the same.

        America is an empire. Russia is an empire. But Europe has nation states.

    • I must disagree, Igor.

      YES, Israel should “belong to the Jews” and God bless them in their struggle to survive in their ancestral homeland in the face of stupidity and Muslim barbarism.

      Israel is at least 20% Arab who chose not to flee and demand their “right of return,” and those Arabs are treated as honored citizens.

      You think the world be improved if Israelis who made the desert bloom and respect human rights were completely swamped by barbaric Hamastinians??

      Do you think Israel should exist at all? You are Jewish, not me, but I don’t understand your POV.

    • What is it about the term Jewish State you don’t understand? Seriously, you think an Israel without Jews would still be Israel? So what is the point of Israel? Or any ‘homeland’ for Jews? You may be majority Jewish but you’ve forgotten Jewish history.

      • These discussions always turn extremely toxic, and I stay out of them.

        Some people love the notion of “the Jewish state,” and some people love the idea that “all people are created equal.”

        • Igor, you are a very humble man. You seem like you’d make a great teacher, because of your open-mindedness and dedication to fairness. I read your Substack occasionally, and you’ve always struck me as being a very genuinely nice person. Rintrah could learn a thing or two from you.

          In my opinion he has a major ego problem, but then again I wonder sometimes if he even really believes half the things he writes here, and maybe he’s really just some kind of pathological troll, that enjoys getting a rise out of people, and making as many people as angry as possible.

          • Thank you for your compliments. I like reading thoughts that challenge my mindset. I agree with some of Rintrah’s opinions and disagree with the others.

        • The two are not mutually exclusive. ‘People created equal’ is an ideation, not a law of nature. Any state may, or may not, aspire to such a status. It has nothing to do with ethnicity of a the people in a state. And I doubt anyone loves the ‘Jewish state’. It’s simply a place where Jews may determine their own future at least somewhat free from irrational hatreds that have followed them since the Diaspora. Take that away from them, and there’s no reason to believe they won’t someday be back in the ovens.

  6. I really give zero shits about Israel, but libtards seem to hate it allot and if they want to burn themselves alive to stop the jews I won’t try to convince them otherwise….

  7. I’m not a rabid Zionist where everything is some kind of 200 IQ conspiracy and the winners are always the Rothchilds. If anything, Jews are fallible and non-special and prone to hubris, like every other set of people, and they have overplayed their hand in the M-E.

    Israel relies on America’s imperial protection for funding, diplomacy, stability, etc. That’s collapsing right now, which leaves them alone in the region, surrounded by hostile enemies who will never accept them. They already have high wealth inequality and political polarization. Evidently, the ethnic distinctions have not faded away between the different Jewish groups and why would they? Being at peace for so long, while feeding off the bloated American budget, has made them incapable of negotiating among themselves and with others. I can’t see how they can keep up these levels of conflicts against literally EVERYONE in the MENA region (plus Iran).

    • So while not hating Jews personally, I have no problem with the rest of the Arab world striking back against the Zionist entity. They are parasitic on the US budget and they use it in order to lash out in rage against the Palestinians, with no discernible goals. Meanwhile the rest of the world has to turn a blind eye, or else you are ‘anti-Semitic’.

  8. I will summarise the question as following:

    History demonstrates that without an army with which to defend themselves, the Jews are not just murdered by their neighbours, but tortured to death.

    And nobody has ever shown me a good reason to believe the Jews would deserve that treatment. Even Hitler liked his Jewish doctor, who treated his mother for free when she became sick. The German Jews were great patriots in WWI. Hitler had no justification for his acts.

    So, what option does a man have, other than to support a Jewish state?

  9. Rad, why were the Jews persecuted so much in Europe and expelled from many countries?

    What do you have to say about Israel Covid vaccinating so many of their people, you being very much against the Covid vaccines?

    Are they all going to die from the Covid vaccines?

    • >What do you have to say about Israel Covid vaccinating so many of their people, you being very much against the Covid vaccines?

      Jews are too optimistic about the ability of humans to protect ourselves with technology. Last October showed a clear example of this.

      >Are they all going to die from the Covid vaccines?

      I certainly hope not. But it looks bleak.

      • What kind of timeframe are we talking, because it’s been years now.

        I’m starting to think that this going to be, well, not ‘okay’ per se, but not a mass death scenario like 30-40% of the “vaccinated” dying either.

        Instead, this feels more like the accident has mostly happened, and now it’s like an episode of Aircrash Investigations, as people get over the shock and start to sift through the wreckage.

        I just don’t see lots of people dying, and it’s been years.

        On the downside, without an apocalypse, the vampiric forces of darkness get to keep drinking everyone’s loosh 😛

        • Urgh, I just realized how that might sound – no I was not talking about Israelis in that last sentence there, but the ‘wardens’ of this prison realm, in the spirit of the conversation from the last post.

          • > Urgh, I just realized how that might sound – no I was not talking about Israelis in that last sentence there, but the ‘wardens’ of this prison realm, in the spirit of the conversation from the last post.

            LOL.

            You were inadvertently closer to a particular truth than you consciously realized.

            As I’ve posted before, Chuck Swindoll has done autistic/yeoman’s work in tying together all the various occult/conspiracy theories. Your comment is just a slice of the larger picture.

            See the slide at 14:30 for a “TL;DR”:

            https://youtu.be/YwbkyEzYBHI?si=sNHBE7hDEnGDNazd

        • For example, a court in Queensland has just found that the “vaccine” mandates within that Australian state for police and ambulance workers were unlawful, which will kick off all sorts of forensic processes picking through the debris.

          I imagine similar things will happen elsewhere.

          Barring the emergence of a new strain that kills the vaccinated, or some other “vaccine” related disaster that starts killing in large numbers, it seems like this will probably start winding down.

          And I just can’t imagine the masses being willing to go through it all again for “Disease X”.

          Maybe I’m wrong.

          It would have to be a pretty damn impressive ‘Disease X’ though.

          • And the more time that passes, I can’t help but feel that the likelihood of a massive loss of life from the “vaccines/virus” lessens.

            I’m not saying I’m a fan of the damn things, or that they haven’t been a disaster, instead I’m just saying that the likelihood of a worst-case disaster somehow seems lower, for this particular run at this anyway.

            Or maybe I’m wrong.

            It’s not as if there’s not enough wrong with these things.

            I am so sick of this experiment though.

            Just end already.

            Fat chance hey.

        • Well I will quote Fauci himself for you:

          “If you take it and then a year goes by and everybody’s fine. Then you say ok that’s good. Now let’s give it to 500 people and then a year goes by and everything’s is fine, so then let’s give it to thousands of people and then you find out that it takes 12 years for all hell to break loose and then what have you done?”

          Through mass vaccination with inactivated vaccines, you induce an adaptive immune response that forces the virus on the path of greater virulence, through increased fusogenicity.

          That has been the consistent trend since the first Omicron variants. Every new variant since then has increased its fusogenicity, now approaching levels of the pre-Omicron variants.

          • Indeed.

            Your Fauci quote reminds me of another quote by Bertrand Russell:

            “The man who has fed the chicken every day throughout its life at last wrings its neck instead, showing that more refined views as to the uniformity of nature would have been useful to the chicken.”

            So, that looks like the end of that for my line of thinking.

        • > What kind of timeframe are we talking, because it’s been years now.

          I’m starting to think that this going to be, well, not ‘okay’ per se, but not a mass death scenario like 30-40% of the “vaccinated” dying either.

          You have it precisely correct.

          Neither side has a “smoking gun” definitive victory.

          There is just enough evidence/perception on either side of the divide to keep both “teams” endlessly debating minutia, with no clear conclusion (at least for the foreseeable future)

          It’s all on a knife’s edge.

          And this state of affairs is designed/planned. It keeps “the ball in play” and provides endless fodder endless debates between humans.

          This human activity is exactly the source of the “Loosh” you mention.

          • “endless fodder endless debates”

            Yes, and endless stress and anxiety!

            Just like all of the other threats that never really seem to fully eventuate.

            No catharsis.

            It just goes on and on.

            One big endless rolling apocalypse, that never terminates.

            It seems like this has been going on from the dawn of time.

      • Do you think the 20% Arabs who were happy to remain in Israel weren’t so optimistic and refused the Covid vaccines?

        Then they would be more in line with your way of thinking and will be saved, god bless them.

  10. “So if you wonder why all the LSWM politicians, like Milei, Trump and Bolsonaro go to Israel to pray on the wall wearing a yarmulke, it’s not because they’re “controlled” by the Jews. Rather, it’s because they’re smarter than you and because their success in life makes them less resentful.”

    This is an interesting point. Geert Wilders is another example to add to that list. Yeah many of the most ardent/strident supporters of the Palestinians do tend to be marginalized people. Marxists, transgenders, far right LSWMs, et cetera.

    The only non-Muslim successful high I.Q. individual who espouses anti-Zionist views that I can think of off the top of my head is Christopher Langan.

      • Or it could be that the man with the highest recorded IQ in the world knows something you don’t.

        @LSWM Lives Matter. Also, you are not taking into account in your assessment all the high IQ Jews who are anti-Zionist. Bobby Fischer comes to mind, but he’s an extreme example, and also wasn’t just anti-Zionist, but also anti-Jewish, even though he himself was Jewish, which is odd. There are many others, but I’m not here to do your homework for you.

  11. “The end of Israel, a country with nuclear weapons, is not likely to happen. But Palestinian statehood is not a desirable outcome either. We can look at Gaza today, this is a tiny overpopulated region, about the size of Malta, the most densely populated country of Europe. But it has five times as many people as Malta. That’s never going to be a functional state.”

    Why does it work out fine for a rootless culture to have a state but not for the other one? Are they maybe not that homogenous? And Palestinians too since they are related? So they could make a city state and become filthy rich!

  12. What pathopsychological rewards do you gain from so very many racist lies, all in support of the ongoing genocide and MASS child murder in Gaza?

    • > What pathopsychological rewards do you gain from so very many racist lies, all in support of the ongoing genocide and MASS child murder in Gaza?

      Mulga!!!

      Welcome to this blog!!!!

      I sang your praises to Radagast many months ago with regard to the climate change issue. He agreed that the Chinese are very intelligent and that they understand the climate change issue much better than LSWMs.

      So here we have two big brains who agree on the science of the climate change issue but disagree severely about Israel.

      Getting my popcorn ready….

      (Yes, I’m a shit-stirrer)

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