I am as critical of the Jews as anyone, but things need to be kept in the proper perspective. There are some activists who are so obsessed about the Jews that it clouds their judgment.
I recall having a conversation in the 1990s with a very prominent pro-White activist – who shall remain nameless here – about the situation in Eastern Europe. I stated my opinion that the fall of communism there was a great opportunity and a good thing for all of us, particularly for our Eastern European brothers and sisters. Yes, there may be short-term political chaos and economic instability, some social suffering, and, yes, American degeneracy could creep in there, but in the long run, the eastern half of Europe was freed from this murderous, incompetent ideology, this anti-nationalist ideology, and it opened the field for the emergence of racialist and nationalist activity. In the long-term it was a net benefit. This was a world historical opportunity to introduce a new mindset, a fresh beginning, for Eastern Europe.
Well, this prominent activist was having none of it. He in fact wanted the Communist Party of Russia to come back to power. Why? Because the leader of the Russian Communist Party at that time had made some critical comments about the Jews, and also because the anti-communist Yeltsin was a “stooge of the Jews.” I remember thinking “what a monomaniacal idiot this guy is.”
Consider. Louis Farrakhan has made critical comments about the Jews. Do we want the USA to be run by the Nation of Islam? Virtually every American President in the past century has been a stooge of the Jews. Does that mean we should instead be led by, say, Black radicals or Muslim jihadists? They’re anti-Jewish after all!
Not everything is about the Jews. One cannot support a leader or a movement simply because they criticize Jews. The enemy of your enemy is not always your friend.
What made that activist’s comments hypocritical is that the same person always criticized Christianity (justifiably in my opinion) as an alien Jewish invention foisted on Europeans, and even if Christianity was sometimes anti-Jewish, it didn’t change the fact that, ultimately, it was Jewish-invented memetic poison, a destructive influence on the European soul. Well, isn’t the same true of communism? And, by the way, I never agreed with Yockey’s pro-Soviet line either; he was also monomaniacal about the Jews in that regard.
The problem is that some activists hate the Jews more than they love their own people.