Of all the compliments(angled for, or otherwise)that I have cherished throughout my tenure in this coma we call life, the most flattering one came from a bum. Well, that is what we used to call them. I don't know if the man was homeless, so I wouldn't presume to hang that PC moniker on him. He was a man of some obvious education but wore rather shabby clothes and was asking tourists by the river in London for change. I gave him all I had in my pocket because I was about to take off for other foreign seaports and needed to be shed of the local metal nuisance.
Sensing my accent, he said "are you an American?". "Yes", I said...with reluctance. Then it came. That glorious flattery. "You don't look like an American". I had arrived. Perhaps all the hatred I have for this country somehow showed in my demeanor. Perhaps the bum was not too good at sizing up his prey. I dunno. But I beamed over his appraisal for weeks. I still look back on the incident as a blessing of sorts.
We spoke of other things that evening. The bum and I. About his boyhood trip to Los Angeles. How marvelous it must be to have grown up in that wonderland, he posited. And how dangerous America must be with a population that owns guns. Your typical fair for a chat between a Brit and a Yank I suppose...sitting there on a park bench by the Thames. But to him, I was a curiosity. I liked that. Proving stereotypes to be wrong is a priceless experience. Not all amerikans are loud, complaining assholes. Some of us...well, actually most of us are kinda nice people. Not that this is a personality trait borne of geography. I have met few Brits(or most anyone else for that matter) that I didn't like right off the bat. But that's as may be.
"It's the joos, stupid". I see that a lot out here. That black-and-white valuation.
"You are either against jews or you are with them". All jews are evil or some jews are evil or no jews are evil...it's all too muddling for me. Of course, if you are a regular reader of this site(I HATE the word 'blog'), besides being remarkable for your tenacity over the years, you know that I don't agree with any of the above-mentioned view of things. And not only have I paid the price for trying my best to expose this criminal network of talmud-followers, I have also had to pay a high tariff for disagreeing with such all-inclusive group hatred. I paid in popularity. No one out here seems to want to address the 'jewish question' logically. You are either for or against. Say anything else...and you will generally be ignored by the hoards effected by the very beast-like talmudism that I decry. Or you don't even address the question at all. You can allude to it(either way)in your alternative blog...but not publish your conclusions. Funny that.
I took on the task of not only naming, but dissecting the beast. That is to say trying to hit at the root of the problem. Not hack at the branches. For that I am relegated to being either too wishy-washy, or a zio-agent, or heaven knows what else. Maybe my task is finished. I have about had it.
I always placed my faith in the ability, if not the intent, of humans to communicate. Black does not mean white. This is this. It's mostly yes and no out here.
I have spent a great deal of time reiterating my viewpoint considering 'the jewish question' over the last 3-4 years and some have taken notice. Most because...and I hate to say this...they read their own agendas into what I say. Or they think... that I think something other than what I write. Things don't work that way. At least not here.
I have written well over half a million words saying the same thing. You would think...brevity being the soul of wit...that I shouldn't have had to use so many words. Of course I use the relief of current events over the backdrop of my philosophy in most posts, as is the fashion of alternative sites. But it all comes out the same in the end. I haven't changed my mind about my mission here. But I think that it is nearly at an end. As much as I enjoy putting quill to parchment, one can only say so much about a subject. Especially espousing such a narrow viewpoint that I have concerning it. And the repetition thereof can become tedious. I don't wish that.
I can still turn a phrase. I can still write. But if anyone wants to know my 'vyoos on joos'...well, I have half a million words archived here and a published book on the subject.
But as many friends and readers have suggested, I might widen my horizons. Perhaps I should indulge in writing about something else while maintaining the footnote of my alleged anti-semitism. It may be time. I am not a jew. So I don't have the network connections to garner followers in the numbers to which so many goyim subscribe. I don't play the saxophone. I don't have a 'spiritual' bone in my body. I don't have the energy to become one of the 'news services' with an anti-jewish slant, that I enjoy reading.
Heaven knows I have a lot of opinions. And I am always right. All of these opinions are not necessarily about the talmudic slant to the issues in our modern world. I think I can be reflective, humorous and even poetic at times. Perhaps I will explore these possibilities. Perhaps not.
I'll get back to you on this...