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The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
By way of introduction, I am an independent thinker, and my review is unlikely to please either the fans or the foes of this book. My position is Judeorealist. This avoids the extremes of anti-Semitism (“Jews are bad people”) and philosemitism (“Jews are just victims, and Jews can do no wrong”). >>more...

Separation and Its Discontents: Toward an Evolutionary Theory of Anti-Semitism

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
This is essentially a scholarly reference work. It contains hundreds of references for further study. Because there is so much information in this book, I touch on a few items of interest: >>more...

Thoughts of a Polish Jew: To Kasieńka from GrandpaAn Assimilated Polish Jew Tries to Fit-in with His “Polishness”. Armenians and Jews. Revealing Statements by the Author

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The setting of this book is Galicia, beginning with Austrian rule and ending with the author’s flight from Poland in 1939, at the start of WWII. By this means, the author managed to escape the soon-to-be German-made Holocaust. >>more...

The Power and Aims of International JewryAtypical Insights into 1918-Era Jewish Polonophobia. Local Jewish Nonsupport for the New Polish State,

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The reader who is looking for juicy intrigues, or some kind of sensational new information about Jews (or anyone else), will not find it here. It is difficult to understand why this booklet was once classified: Virtually everything in it is rather mundane, and was readily available from other sources. The brevity of this item further detracts from the matters it raises. For this reason, I include some links to deeper and more recent sources of information >>more...

A Fire Burns in Kotsk: A Tale of Hasidism;Esoteric Hasidic Ideas. Hasidic Jews and Alcohol. Jewish Elitism. Jews and the Polish November 1830 Insurrection. Jewish Spies

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
The setting of this book is at Kotsk (Kock), in Russian-ruled partitioned Poland, around 1825. It is a novel originally written in 1946 by Menashe Unger, who had been a Polish Jew from a Hasidic family, and an assiduous analyst of oral and written Hasidic wisdom, on which he based this novel. (Glenn Dynner, p. xi). >>more...

Jews as Long-Term Nationality. The State of Eastern European Jews. Six Million Jews as a Talisman?

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
This work consists of an introduction by a B. Netanyahu, followed by the written speeches of Max Nordau, a leading Zionist. These were delivered at the first dozen or so Zionist Congresses. [This book was published in 1941, and the B. Netanyahu here should not be confused with “Bibi” Netanyahu, the Prime Minister of Israel, who was not even born until 1949.] >>more...

Judaism, Christianity and GermanyGerman Catholic Cardinal Opposes the Anti-Christian, Neopagan, and Hateful Aspects of Nazism

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Cardinal Faulhaber had been the Archbishop of Munich during the Nazi era. (My review is based on the original 1934 English-language edition.) This book was written soon after Hitler came to power. It is mainly theological, and has a refreshing depth and clarity that is usually absent amidst the superficiality and “theobabble” that characterize much of modern theology. >>more...

Persecution, Polemic, and Dialogue: Essays in Jewish-Christian Relations (Judaism and Jewish Life)

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
This work is packed with much interesting information. For instance, the term MINIM probably referred mainly to Jewish Christians. (p. 95).

I focus on a few salient and thought-provoking issues: >>more...

The Jews of Eastern Europe (Kindle Edition)Two Sides to the Anti-Semitism in Eastern Europe

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
My review is based on the original 1921 edition. The author, John Howard Adeney, had much firsthand experience with the Jews of Romania. >>more...

New Perspectives on Jewish-Christian Relations (Brill Reference Library of Judaism.)

Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Louis H. Feldman examines the TESTIMONIUM FLAVIANUM. >>more...
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