July 20, 2014 in Commentary
An astute reader wrote me recently to ask why I don’t write about “the JQ” as much as I used to. He proposed that perhaps I have changed my position on it, or have settled on a less incendiary “angle”. Not really. I still believe that the organized Jewish community is the tail wagging the dog of Western decadence, the most mobilized and decisive factor in our degeneration.
I still believe the problem should be addressed and discussed, though I’ve come to the conclusion that a mere awareness of that problem, or any other problem is futile without the tribal cohesion and traditional virtues necessary to pose a unified and effective resistance. Being “correct” isn’t good enough, and–ultimately–nobody cares if you’re correct. The TradYouth project aims to mentor and support a generation of men and women who not only vividly perceive our problems, but have the crusading zeal and martyr’s spirit necessary to solve our problems.
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