Entries by Andrew Joyce, Ph.D.

Jewish Journalism: A TOO Case File, Part 1

One of the favored tactics of our Hebrew friends at the ADL, the SPLC, and similar organizations is the ‘Intelligence Report,’ or ‘Case File,’ on a particular individual who engages in activities unconducive to Jewish aims and aspirations. These ‘Intelligence Reports’ are normally, in fact, far from intelligent, and usually consist of a mug-shot like […]

Reflections on Hilaire Belloc’s “The Jews” (1922) [Part Two of Three]

Part 1. After discussing denial among non-Jews on the issue of the “Jewish problem,” Belloc moves in the third chapter to his thoughts on how that problem had manifested in his lifetime. He describes Jewry as a “political organism” which, like any independent organism, seeks after its own interests. The author writes (44): It is […]

Reflections on Hilaire Belloc’s “The Jews” (1922) [Part One of Three]

Of all the fallacies that one confronts when engaging with the theme of relations between Jews and Europeans, one of the most easily disproven is the idea that antagonism towards Jews is constantly changing. In the ‘mainstream’ reading of the history of European-Jewish interactions, the friction that exists between Jews and other elements of the society is […]