I don't care how accurate his claims are, he frames his arguments in a hateful and incediary manner. Who are these mysterious "Jews" he keeps talking about? The Jewish people are not a homogenous body of greedy Zionist truth-suppressors, as he would have you believe. The Jewish people represent a wide range of nationalities, education levels, religious views, and political views. Don't you guys understand the thresholds of sanity you have to cross to come to the conclusion that all people of a particular descent think and act exactly the same?
Read this statement:
"The Arabs' victory over France is now complete. The alien domination of an elite, self-conscious group, who see the world in terms of 'us' & 'them,' has flowed into every pore of French society with its anti-Christian views."
How is that
not okay, but this is:
Jewry’s victory over America is now complete. The alien domination of an elite, self-conscious group, who see the world in terms of “us” & “them,” has flowed into every pore of American society with its Anti-Christian views.
Yes, those Yemenite Jews have really been longing for the day when their totally separated distant cousins in America, who hold virtually none of the same religious views and live a completely different lifestyle, would conquer America for all Jews in the world! And those Messianic Jews, those Crypto-Talmudists, secretly rejoice every time an Ultra-Orthodox Israeli Jew desecrates a church.
Do you guys honestly believe that there was even one Jewish person who died in the Holocaust who was secretly planning to take over the world before Hitler "heroically saved" the pure white German race? Don't you see what he so successfully did to brainwash a whole country into participating in mass genocide and other horrendous crimes against humanity? He took a very very very small subset of people (wealthy bankers and businessmen lacking moral scruples), identified the common link (their Jewish ethnicity, which is not a coincidence, since Jews, no stranger to scapegoating before the Third Reich, were often forced into such unpopular jobs), then made a completely unjustified but "credible" blanket statement that the evil must come from the ethnicity itself. NOT the social circumstances of certain members of the ethnicity (German Jews were particularly well received during the Enlightenment; flawed human beings prospered then and some
sacrificed their morality for success). If that had been the conclusion that Hitler preached, Germany might have just developed new finance laws to cut down on monopolies and the corruption inherent to them. But Hitler did not target bad behavior; he targeted AN ENTIRE RACE OF PEOPLE. And his message has been rehashed over and over again by various white supremacist groups, and I believe that Brother Nathanael has been sucked into their ignorance and hate.
Do I think Brother Nathanael should be shut down? No. I think he certainly raises some eye-opening critiques of this decadent, anti-religious society that we live in. But he goes about it all wrong. He thinks the evil lies in a particular bloodline of people. In his articles, he calls out "The Jews," less commonly the "Zionist Jews" and rarely (if ever) the individual characters of the people who have committed crimes. His methods do not promote honest reflection; they promote baseless hatred and misdirected anger.
I'm Jewish, and I'm heartbroken to read that some people still think that it's okay to go about attacking a whole people because of certain people who, by birth alone, are a part of it. There is no uniform "Jewish Race" to which people can point and accuse. This is a myth. This is not how the world works. If you want to call me a liar who's covering up for his Zionist Christian-hating friends and relatives, fine, be my guest. I pray that one day you may see the truth.
And to be clear: I would never call Brother Nathanael a fascist or a nazi, or Hitler Jr. That's just utter hyperbole. He's not a war criminal, not even remotely close. He's just a normal person with some particularly dangerous and distorted views. I would call him a confused man who, in a state of vulnerability, has allowed hate to flow through him and spread through his words.
Lord God have mercy on my soul.
...Christ is Risen!