Category Archives: Jewish Loyalty

Steve Sailer on the need for criticism of Jewish loyalty

There was a time when the Jewish communities throughout the West were deeply concerned over charges of disloyalty. Prior to World War II in the U.S., England, and Germany there was the conflict between the older Jewish communities that were committed to some degree of cultural assimilation and the ideals of the Enlightenment, versus the Yiddish-speaking immigrants from […]

Jews and the Military: Draft-Evasion and Jewish Hyperethnocentrism

In my review of Derek Penslar’s Jews and the Military: A History, I noted that there remains a pressing need for more thorough analysis of Jewish responses to the military demands placed by nations on their citizens, as well as an analysis and contextualization of the broader implications of these responses. In this short article, […]

Review of Derek Penslar’s “Jews and the Military”

Ben Zygier and Israeli’s Abuse of Australian Passports

  A fascinating article recently appeared in the Fairfax newspapers in Australia concerning the late Melbourne-born Mossad agent Ben Zygier. The result of a joint investigation by Fairfax in Australia and Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine, the article, entitled “The life and death of Prisoner X,” outlines the sequence of events which led to Zygier’s arrest, […]

Sheldon Adelson: Israel and Immigration

VDARE.com’s Patrick Cleburne has a nice article on Sheldon Adelson (“Has Romney Sold Immigration Policy To Sheldon Adelson?“), the billionaire who has emerged as the largest single donor in the current presidential campaign, promising up to $100 million for the Republicans. After supporting Gingrich in the primaries, Adelson has thrown his considerable weight behind Romney. […]