Entries by Andrew Joyce, Ph.D.

When Shakespeare Met Mosley

“For sufferance is the badge of all our tribe.” Shylock, The Merchant of Venice, Act 1 Scene 3. The lives of William Shakespeare and Sir Oswald Mosley are separated by more than three centuries, but they exist simultaneously in those corners of the Jewish mind where time, fact, and fiction are entirely relative. The Jews, […]

Jewish Corruption in Ukraine

“At the same time, fifty Jewish families own 80% of all wealth. Where do you see the Ukrainian oligarch? I don’t know any. They are all Jews. Their wealth betrays their own bragging rights: Rolls-Royces, planes, castles, hotels, casinos owned in Monte Carlo. Aircraft and yachts under foreign flags. And, of course, they don’t pay taxes. And plants and factories were bought […]

On Jewish Vulgarity

I read with interest a recent column in The Tablet by David Mikics (Professor of English, University of Houston) on Jewish vulgarity or, as the piece otherwise explains it, “the once-vibrant Jewish trait of not caring what the goyim think.” Although touted as a three-part series, only the first part has been published thus far, […]

Review: Jews and Crime in Medieval Europe

Jews and Crime in Medieval Europe Ephraim Shoham-Steiner Wayne State University Press, 2020. “Jewish scholars have deliberately disregarded some of the source materials I mine in this book, out of fear of its implications for the image of the Jews, and as part of a long tradition of apologetics. Indeed, I was advised by some […]

In Search of The Western Bushido

  Bushido: The Soul of Japan Inazo Nitobe, 1899.  Warrior Race: A History of the British at War Lawrence James Little, Brown & Co., 2001. The recent release of The Northman, along with my reading of two fascinating books, Bushido: The Soul of Japan and Warrior Race: A History of the British At War, has […]