This post will hold a list of Jews and Jewish Organizations that are supportive of White Advocacy.
As I discover more, I'll update this list.
This initial list is pretty small because I've just started researching this topic so I'm sure there are plenty more to be added.
[THIS LINE IS A PLACE HOLDER FOR A LINK TO A FUTURE POST ABOUT WHY WHITE ADVOCACY IS NECESSARY SINCE OUR SOCIETY HAS BECOME UNFAIRLY BIASED AGAINST WHITES]
Let me know if other categories would make sense. Feel free to leave suggestions in the comments.
I particularly thank the empathetic Jews willing to see how Gentiles might be ticked off at the anti-White and anti-Christian actions of some Jews and who try persuading their brethren to question and change their anti-White positions. They give me hope that we can all work together to create a just, mutually beneficial society.
Bloggers (seemingly unwilling to confront the Jewish Question):
Anti-Semitism--a collection" covering some of his interactions with possible and actual anti-Semites. I'll try digging through these in the near future and see if and how he has dealt with what I think of as reasonable arguments concerning disproportionate Jewish influence. One of my questions is how does Mr. Auster define anti-Semitism (I'm not sure right now).
I am a free-speech advocate who believes the healthiest way to deal with some of the extreme conspiracy theory among various groups of both the Left and Right is to openly and thoroughly discuss the issues, provide evidence, critique fallacies, etc. Of course this can be a very time consuming process so I understand if a particular people like Mr. Auster don't wish to do this over and over.
In time I'd like to see some collaborative sites that enable large groups of people to analyze the honesty and truthfulness of various topics, including books like The Critique of Culture, The Israel Lobby and U.S. Foreign Policy, etc. Some of these books are extensively documented so it would be possible to have a group of people scan the full context of all the original sources and post them on a web site to provide such an audit that people of good faith can judge. I would think that such a scanning would constitute fair use under US copyright law.]
Update 2009-04-08: Added Paul Gottfried
3 years ago