24 December, 2020

Philosophy For Newbies: Why Do They Call It the Judeo-Left?

Posted by Socrates in Jewed academia, jewed culture, jewed economics, Jewed philosophy, jewed politics, Marcuse, Marx, Marxism, New Left, Paul Krassner, Socrates, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, white nationalism, White philosophy, White thought at 11:50 am | Permanent Link

“Now, I’m going to tell you something that will really make you sit up and take notice.” — Actor Glenn Ford, in the movie “The Fastest Gun Alive” (1956).

Alex Linder often uses the term “Judeo-Left” when referring to liberalism/leftism. But why?

I’m about to tell you why. But, in order to do so, let me back up a bit.

Some years ago, I read a curious book that was written by a Jew named Norman F. Cantor, who was a history professor at New York University and a Rhodes Scholar. The book was called “The Sacred Chain” (1994). That book is a history of the Jews, from Biblical times to the present day [1].

The most important thing I learned from that book was about leftism/liberalism: in a nutshell, the book says that leftism/liberalism, as we know it and understand it today, came from a handful of Jews. That’s very, very significant. In fact, it’s profound.

In other words, when you fight modern leftism, you’re really fighting Jewish ideas and Jewish values. (How come Fox News never mentions that?).

Consider these seven Jewish men:

Karl Marx: the godfather of communism.

Moses Hess, Eduard Bernstein and Ferdinand Lassalle: the godfathers of socialism.

Claude-Levi Strauss: a key founder of modern, liberal “adversary” ideology (“Black/Brown people are good, but Whites are bad”)[2].

Herbert Marcuse: the godfather of the New Left circa 1964 (Jewish counterculture icon Abbie Hoffman was greatly influenced by Marcuse).

Paul Krassner: the godfather of the counterculture (hippie) movement [3] (and a pal of Abbie Hoffman’s).

Those seven Jews literally transformed the world. Just seven Jews. They influenced millions of people all over the world, Jew and non-Jew alike. Modern liberalism is a synthesis of the thoughts and ideas of those seven men.

That’s why they call it the Judeo-Left.


[1] Norman F. Cantor (1929-2004), The Sacred Chain: a History of the Jews, [Here].

[2] Cantor notes on page 421 that Claude Levi-Strauss, an “anthropologist,” could be considered a godfather of left-wing thought, since Levi-Strauss developed/galvanized the concept of the ‘bad’ White world vs. the ‘good’ non-White world, which Cantor calls “the cardinal doctrine of all leftist-leaning thought since 1960”

[3] Krassner founded the counterculture movement with his magazine “The Realist” in New York City in 1958; he also founded the Yippies; Krassner was the youngest person to ever play violin at Carnegie Hall (at age 6); I would describe Krassner as a “creepy, vulgar genius”

Comments are closed.