My view has changed somewhat on him getting closer to Orthodoxy. He makes some good points that I think some people get too emotional about, like the racism. Which means I think racism and prejudice is bad, but it's used by certain people to the point of being silly. My problem with Brother Nathaniel is that he makes it look like the elite hold on the world is just the Jews. Yes, there is Zionism and all that, but a lot of the banksters are Gentiles and it's a general problem of a certain elite group who controls things. Of course that opens up conspiracy theories and all that--I am not a conspiracy theorist but the corporate elite really do oppress the working and middle class, which is not to say it is not one single conspiracy, but there is some conspiring and just some organic facts. For example that both parties in this country are pretty much owned by corporations and thus serve money rather than the people. Anyway, Brother Nathaniel makes some good points and I guess his message is meant to be simple, but it acts like it is simply the Jooos. That's far too simple.