On some unremarkable day, you might find yourself on a weird corner of the internet when suddenly, you’re reading an article called, “The Jewish Story Behind the U.S. Federal Reserve Bank”.
You might think to yourself, “Huh, this website seems like some stupid Nazi garbage. Anti-semitic conspiracy theories about Jews controlling the Fed? Gimme a break”.
But you venture to take a closer look at who authored this article (yes, it’s real). It was none other than the “Jignats” at The Jewish Daily Forward. These “Jignats” constantly write articles bragging about everything The Tribe is up to (and yes, they literally call Jews “The Tribe” – no, this isn’t a Nazi website).
The Forward, like The Jewish Journal and The Jewish Telegraphic Agency, among others, is a “Jignat” publication; in contrast to the “optics Jews” that write for publications such as The Times of Israel or the Jerusalem Post (flashback to when they wrote an article about none other than yours truly). Of course, this is a play on the popular terms in the dissident right to differentiate between “optics guys” (groypers, for example) and “wignats” (the definition on which some are torn; to some it means skinheads and others that don’t present themselves well, to others it means people who have more extreme beliefs than others).
The Jignats are the Jews who are constantly giving the game away. “Hey guys check this out; did you know about all the Jewry going on in Mao Tse Tung’s rise to power?”. Or, as noted earlier, “Hey, check this out; Kamala Harris is married to a Jew, and Joe Biden’s children!“. Article after article of adamant, proud admission that; “yes, everything so-called “anti-semites” say about Jewish power is almost unequivocally true; the only problem is, they’re on the wrong side to say it’s bad. It’s all good and awesome for Jews to be doing all these things.”
It’s incredible to have resources like The Forward since it blows out of the water the arguments over whether or not Jews have the power alleged by some. I made an entire chart a while back to outline the backtracking that takes place when arguing with someone about Jewish Power. It starts out with the opponent saying, “heh, it’s all fake and you’re a liar”. Then, upon showing some evidence, it turns into “well that’s just cherrypicking and misrepresentation, they don’t actually control the whole thing/their influence is limited”. After that, they backtrack to “Well fine, they’re definitely overrepresented and have disproportionate influence. That’s for their culture of hard work ethic. And they control the banks because they were barred from owning land and were the only religion who would engage in usury.” What I find incredible is how people can adamantly admit that the Talmud allowed for usury, and Jews would use usury to usurp, while Christians were barred because their religion forbade it – and then NOT draw certain conclusions. Actually, that’s not true… I don’t find it that incredible. When Jews run the media (something they’re proud to admit) and just tell the masses what to think, of course those conditioned masses will just accept Jewish power without question. The guilt and victim complex Jews have built for themselves with a certain narrative in the last few decades has made this incredibly easy for them.
Anyways, the article that specifically spurred me to make this comic about The Forward was this: “With Jewish lawyers on each side, the impeachment trial feels Talmudic“. This article made its way around the Twitter-sphere and hilarity ensued. Some compared the writing style of The Forward to Der Stürmer; except instead of saying, “Jews are doing all these things, and it’s bad”, The Forward says “Jews are doing all these things, and it’s awesome”.
A takeaway from this about Jewish power is that the comprehension of it has to be coupled with the understanding of the issue with what has been done. What I mean by this is that you can’t tell someone who enjoys degeneracy and prides themselves in being a lowlife consumer unit about Jewish power and expect them to have profound care or understanding; they’re happy (at least, they think they are) with the destruction of certain social values and ideals and the consumeristic degradation of society. The idea one should form as a sort of argument is this: “At a certain time, a certain set of values was seen as commonplace and enjoyed by the masses. These values were eroded by the media, through certain social movements, and other systemic institutions. These institutions had an overwhelming and growing Jewish power presence preceding, during, and following these social transformations which most people saw as negative. We can infer from their (the wielders of this systemic power) own words, actions, and publications that this was done with intent to do away with values that were held in high regard by a previously existing society. Therefore, it would be accurate to say that Jewish power is largely responsible for the doing away with of certain values and societal organization.” That’s a bit basic and not very well-fleshed out as I’d like it to be, but you get the idea. This is a neutral argument I could see used (upon further development and clarification by someone better at that than me).
There isn’t much more I can say here without repeating myself, really. The Forward speaks for itself. All I can hope is that they keep up the awesome journalism – they’re doing great work, and helping out some very good causes with the information they are able to spread to the masses.