Entries by Bernard M. Smith

Traditional Jewish Separatism and De-humanization of Gentiles: A Review of Stephen Bloom’s Postville

[W]hat the Postville Hasidim ultimately offered me was a glimpse at the dark side of my own faith, a look at Jewish extremists whose behavior not only made the Postville locals wince, but made me wince. Stephen Bloom Postville: A Clash of Cultures in Heartland America Stephen G. Bloom Mariner Books, 2001 (originally published by […]

A Traditional Catholic Ponders the West and Its History, Part 1 of 2: My Intellectual Journey

All the utopias dreamed up by the Left inevitably lead to bloodshed—because they conflict with human nature. The classical Marxist Utopian vision of a classless society in the Soviet Union self-destructed, but only after murdering millions of its own people. Now the multicultural utopian version that has become dominant throughout the West is showing signs of […]

Review of The Jewish Onslaught: Dispatches from the Wellesley Battlefront, Part 1

The fundamental, underlying motif of Jewish racism is an unwarranted assumption of Jewish superiority. The Jewish Onslaught: Dispatches from the Wellesley Battlefront Tony Martin The Majority Press, 1993; Black Classic Press, 2022 I recently wrote an article on the very controversial The Secret Relationship Between Blacks and Jews: The Jewish Role in the Enslavement of […]

Who Is My Neighbor? A Review of Erich Bischoff’s The Book of the Shulchan Aruch

The Book of the Shulchan Aruch Erich Bischoff Translated and Edited by Thomas Dalton, Ph.D. Clemens & Blair, 2023*  *           *           * It is a general rabbinic axiom that the non-Jew is not the “brother” of the Jew. The Book of the Shulchan Aruch by Erich Bischoff In the May 2023 issue of The Atlantic, […]