The Good Jew/Bad Jew Paradigm:
The Mindset that Impedes Civilization's Healing Process
by Mark Farrell
December 28, 2005
There is a certain mindset among many non-Jews in the world in speaking of "good Jews" and "bad Jews"; and this thought-train ultimately prevents many of society's problems, caused by Jews, from being resolved. For instance, in both the "right" and "left" camps--imaginary constructs that have been created within people's minds, based on an old French seating position within its government--there are many similarities between the two: Both groups are diametrically opposed to Zionism, vehemently against Israel's manipulation of America's foreign policy, weary of the incessant propaganda created by the Jewish Media Barons (which only an ignorant fool or a good liar could deny with a straight face), upset over the use of their taxes to pay for Israel's unchecked aggression, frustrated at the ongoing war whose sole purpose is believed by many to be chiefly for Israel's interests, afire over the incessant military support given to Israel, irate about Israel always being the chief benefactor of foreign aid (and never re-paying the "loans" and/or "grants" that come all too frequently), and acrimonious over the way politicians (hoping to appease their Jewish plutocratic benefactors) believe that there is only "separation of Church and State"--not "Synagogue and State." However, when it comes to Jews, the "left" (for lack of a better term) always tries to seek favor with some Jews and disassociate itself from the "right," lest the person be viewed as--gasp!--a "racist, anti-Semite" (not excluding true Semites who may be accused of such, and despite the fact that many Jews are obviously not Semitic). The atypical argument with which many are often presented is, "I have a Jewish friend or I like Jews more than you do, so your arguments are null and void--not nearly as important or worldly as mine."
I have too often seen this peculiar mentality of only respecting Jews and their works when discussing Jews with many non-Jews, which seems almost like a peculiar mental form of cognitive dissociation--refusing to acknowledge reality in its basest form. For instance, some person might cite Israel Shahak's book, "Jewish History, Jewish Religion" (which is, admittedly, a worthwhile book). When talking about such, the non-Jewish person emphasizes that since Israel Shahak was obviously a Jew and he admitted that many parts of the Jewish Oral Laws contained in the Babylonian Talmud are viciously anti-Gentile (i.e., anti-non-Jew--such as the Talmud's parts saying it's OK to cheat a Gentile, kill a Gentile, take a Gentile's property, et cetera, ad nauseam) and extremely anti-Christian (such as the parts dealing with Jesus "boiling in hot semen," which I find rather disgusting), it is therefore OK to discuss such. Nevertheless, when it is pointed out that, for years, countless Gentiles have also pointed out these same, rather disgusting, and hate-filled passages of the Talmud (which should be outlawed in countries that have anti-hate laws, but are curiously overlooked--all the while Christians are arrested for emphasizing passages from the Bible that are against homosexuality), these same Gentiles are routinely ignored and their works tossed aside on the mere Jewish argument that the person who stated such was a so-called "anti-Semite" (i.e., typically someone who opposed Jewish supremacism). In other words, in too many people's eyes, it seems that we non-Jews might only respect the views of Jews and those non-Jews who the Jews do not call "anti-Semites" (even if only because the Jews haven't yet gotten around to calling any particular non-Jew an "anti-Semite" yet). The views held by some non-Jews often seem to be: "Is so-and-so an anti-Semite? Oh my gosh--he is! A Jew says so! I better not talk to him then!" With respect to this, my argument has always been that if the sky is blue, why must we be concerned about the person who recognizes this fact (as is all too often the case when we're subjected to the ad hominem attacks on those people who state the obvious facts about Jewish supremacist efforts)? And this is not to say that some people who are regarded as anti-Semites by Jews are necessarily good--just that their arguments should be scrutinized more than them in person.
Is it fair to say that there are both good and bad Jews in this world? Certainly, there are all different kinds of people of all different persuasions. I once recall seeing a website of Jews Against Homosexuality (or something similar, as it has been a few years and I haven't bothered checking to see if it's still around). In this respect, I was initially surprised, as I had thought that, while there were undoubtedly some Jews somewhere (that I obviously didn't know personally) who maintained morals, I didn't think Jews as a group would go on record being against the abomination of homosexuality, especially with the numerous Jews who had started pro-homosexual organizations. Of course, on closer inspection, I discovered that this "group of Jews" consisted merely of one person (who was obviously a good writer and wrote a lot--to fill up an entire website). And, the one Jew who had started the organization--well, let's just say that his wife had left him for her Jewish lover, who happened to be a woman (and probably Jewish too). Nevertheless, we, as non-Jews, might say that there are some "good Jews" among Jewry in general, with a "good Jew" here being defined as a Jew exhibiting some moral or political beliefs that might even be similar to our own. For instance, we could cite, among these "good Jews," David Cole, a one-time revisionist Jew who bravely questioned certain aspects of the Holocaust (only to be physically beaten and threatened by his fellow Jews, which probably led to his later recantation of his factual findings). Prof. Norman Finklestein's book, "The Holocaust Industry," while staying close to the propaganda-laden storyline accepted by the Jewish Media Barons, nevertheless notes how many Jews use the Holocaust as a simple ploy to gain sympathy, power, and its accompanying funds, with reparations still being issued to millions of Jews in Israel from Germany 60 years after the fact (making some people believe that super vitamins must have been used on Jews for experimental purposes, leading to the Jews' incredible long lives). So we might consider Finklestein among these "good Jews" for deviating from the norm in his case. Likewise, there are some Jews, though obviously not many, who oppose Zionism. For instance, there is one group who calls itself "Jews Against Zionism," and they go on record as being against that wicked mindset that is presently in the process of turning the world into a hellish fire. There are also "good Jews" who have opposed Communism (now more so than in the past, since it has become essentially a defunct ideology). And, last but not least, let's not forget the "Jews for Jesus," who should stand vociferously for Christianity. So, some non-Jews obviously will argue--and not without some merit--that there are indeed "good Jews" in this world, and that we should put them up on a pedestal and pay homage to them for daring to defy their brethren's acts.
One curious thing that I have always noticed about this peculiar mindset when dealing with these renegade, "good Jews," however, is that few, if any, are really willing to stand up and be openly defiant with other Jews. For instance, I've written Jews for Jesus and asked them to openly condemn the anti-Christian passages of the Talmud. Such passages are not something to be debated, and, aside from Israel Shahak's writings (if we're only to honor what Jews say and discount Gentile linguists), there have been English versions of the Babylonian Talmud, created by prominent rabbis, that have attested to such. I've also written the "Jews Against Zionism" about this same matter too, asking them to condemn such. Now, I'm not holding my breath here; but you can rest assured that if I had, my face would've turned blue and purple many years ago and would merely be dust at this point. Indeed, it seems that while Jews may argue over "policy" among one another, most still hold in check their supremacist ideology in that they're somehow a "Chosen" people, privy to God himself, and that they dare not betray their brethren, despite differences in policy.
Any more, I almost find it somewhat amusing when non-Jews toss the "anti-Semite" word at one another, as if they hope that by doing so they will appease the Chosen Ones. I recall in recent times of how I read one somewhat popular anti-war writer. I don't recall the specifics of the ordeal--only that someone had lobbed the accusation of "anti-Semite" against him. In response, he said, "No, I'm not. But so-and-so probably is." His article definitely warranted a snicker. I've since lost all respect for him. Perhaps, if he had a bit of indifference and remained aloof, responding, "I don't really give a damn what you think," I might have maintained some respect. Yet his response was all too typical.
Over the years, upon close examination and studying this peculiar topic matter that has brought itself to the forefront as the result of policies and ideas that now manifest themselves in world policy itself, I have come to the conclusion that if there are indeed "good Jews" who hold values similar to myself, I do not need their help--nor even want it. Nor do I really care what they say about me. At this point in the world, any person who fails to take that attitude will only further allow the process in place to complete.
Take into consideration the current movement engineered by Jews to suppress all those who fail to believe in their leftover WWII propaganda that "6 million Jews" were murdered by the Germans in supposed "homicidal gas chambers." Indeed, many Jews did die (as well as 40 million soldiers and others during the course of the war, plus others in the concentration camps). That is undeniable, of course. But, as any reasonably intelligent person who looks at the facts as they accurately stand must admit, most Jews died of starvation and typhus when the Allied bombing cut Germany's supply lines, causing hardship all over Germany--not just to Jews--and Jews most certainly did not die in these fictitious gas chambers that were more a figment of their paranoid imaginations, seeking to become the ultimate "victims," supposedly killed by "gas" and "fire," than anything else. (It has been shown that even after the first World War, long before Hitler and Nazi Germany existed, Jews first began making claims back then about a "Holocaust" and "6 million," as demonstrated in the book "The First Holocaust.")
For the sake of argument here, however, let us say that everything that Jews have said about this imaginary Holocaust of theirs is indeed true--every single word--and that all those who dare to doubt their holy words (myself included, obviously) are mere liars and haters, as the Jews argue. Why then do Jews need to suppress all the people who question this aspect of history? In Germany, you can deny that thousands of Japanese never died during the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. You can say that Japanese never spent a day in American concentration camps during WWII, and that they were treated just fine and dandy, with no people dying there of unnatural causes. You can say that not one person from China was ever killed under Mao's rule (though the facts suggest at least 10 million), and you can also say that the Bolsheviks, with many Jewish leaders, never murdered any Russians (though reputable historians have long since acknowledged there being at least 40 million deaths--that being a very conservative estimate). You can say all these things in Germany, but you cannot doubt any point held by a so-called Holocaust historian. To paraphrase the revisionist Germar Rudolf who once noted similarly in a light-hearted vein, if a Holocaust historian was to say that German Girl Scouts murdered 100 million Jews in WWII with a wicked batch of their cookies, it would be illegal to doubt such claims in Germany under their asinine Thought Crime Laws.
In any case, over the past several years, we have seen many victims of Jewish-promoted censorship, thought-crime laws, and terrorism. The French revisionist Francois Duprat was murdered by Jews, who blew up his car, also causing his wife to lose her legs. Ernst Zundel's home and business went up in a pile of smoke and ashes after Jews set afire to it. More recently, as many are already aware, he was ripped away from his American wife in the hills of Tennessee and deported to Germany, where he stands accused of defying Germany's totalitarian Thought Crime Laws. Likewise, Germar Rudolf was ripped away from his American wife and child recently, when he was too deported to Germany for daring to speak the truth. Dr. Fredrick Toben spent some time in both Australian and German jails for daring to speak the truth about the so-called "Holocaust." Historian David Irving lost his home and now sits in an Austrian jail for (temporarily) denying certain aspects of crimes against Jews, as if they are the only people in the world who truly matter. Likewise, there are a multitude of victims in Canada as well, with Jews promoting similar laws in America even as I write. These victims of Jewish-inspired and promoted Thought Crimes are just a few of the dozens, if not hundreds, who have suffered needlessly. (For a better overview of some of the victims, see the link at the bottom-left of zundelsite.org.)
Censorship has raised its ugly head across the land too. It goes without saying that ideas are attacked as vociferously as the people who hold them. David Duke's book "Jewish Supremacism" is now incinerated by the Canadian Thought Police when found in the mail--just as my DVD "Understanding Anti-Semitism" also is now destroyed there--with the intended recipient being sent a bill for its destruction rather than the goods themselves (when found). Of course, it goes without saying that any book that so much as casually mentions the Holocaust (without also saying, "pity the Jews; it's all true") is banned from nearly everywhere in Europe.
We see all these people who have needlessly suffered because they have merely committed Thought Crimes, because of ideas and facts that they know to be true, as if they awoke from an Orwellian nightmare that has indeed come reality. Yet, where are the "good Jews"? Where are the Jews who have opposed these Thought Crimes? If you tell me there are "good Jews" who oppose this, I'd like to see a count of their hands, which I believe to be no more than a few dozen.
This whole scenario reminds me of an instance recently (and this part is true, to the best of my knowledge) when 4-5 Jews banded together, forming some so-called "Jewish organization"; and they said that they were against the removal of the words "Merry Christmas." In response to this--and this part I have to wonder whether it was merely meant as a joke in response to the Jewish group who gave such "permission"--the head of the Catholic League reportedly paraded up and down 5th Street in New York City with a banner on his SUV that read, "Jews say it's OK to say, 'Merry Christmas!" First of all, I don't know why Jews feel the need to give us Gentiles "permission," telling us what we can and can't do. But that is obviously the case, just as we see a giant Menorah during Christmas-time across the White House's lawn, with U.S. Marines overlooking the festivity of the rabbi lighting candles; yet a manger or giant cross on the White House would obviously be "out of the question," just as we see some schools banning Christmas carols.
Again, where are the "good Jews"? The answer to this rather perplexing question is that if there are "good Jews"--and undoubtedly there must be, in some aspects at least--these Jews are so few in numbers as to hardly make a difference, while the "bad Jews" are so powerful and abundant that they are making all the difference in the world. I suppose this is why I have now taken the attitude any more that I simply do not care about "good Jews" or "bad Jews" and must therefore go about without asking for their help or "permission," as it has obviously done no good to those who have begged for it. Certainly, we might find a Jewish radio personality here or a Jewish historian there among the millions of prominent Jews who might share a similar view with us. However, these "good Jews" are such a small faction of Jewry that they might even be considered nonexistent.
For those who might say that what I suggest is unfair or even "mean" in some way, let me ask you this: If we are to acknowledge the brave statements said by retired Gen. Zinni, Sen. Hollings, and Rep. Moran (though, admittedly, the latter somewhat recanted his statement after undue Jewish pressure)--facts which were corroborated by the PNAC plan and by the good Rep. Paul Findley's many books that painstakingly point out the truth in no uncertain terms--how is it that the U.S. ended up in the present war in first place, and how come these "good Jews" serve no good in putting an end to this ongoing madness, with America appearing to be on the verge of WWIII? Where are all these "good Jews" who oppose this? The answer to this daunting question is somewhat troubling, as anyone with a modicum of commonsense must acknowledge.
In conclusion, we (non-Jews) should not really pay attention to what Jews say, whether they are "good" or "bad." We should not trouble ourselves with their primary concerns but rather with what is best for us in our respective lands. We should not bend over backwards to befriend Jews, and disregard when our Jewish friends become offended by what we say, if we know it to be true. I know some reading this may say that this sounds a bit harsh, but there can be no other way. If we compromise this and try to be "nice" in this respect, being more concerned about offending our "good" Jewish friends than with stopping the madness that we must face, we can only expect more of the same--with Jewish supremacism manifesting itself in every facet of society. If we truly want civilization to begin the healing process, we must not be afraid to voice our concerns but, rather, bravely stand up and be counted among those who will stop the worldwide Jewish supremacism.