Jewish Good, Jewish Evil:

Aren't They Really the Same?


By John "Birdman" Bryant


The most important part of the "Jewish question" is what I call the Jewish paradox: How is it that people who are individually so often good are collectively so often bad? The explanation for this paradox is rooted in the following three observations:

The important thing to note about all of the above cases is that Jewish evil has been a direct product of Jewish good. Superficially this is paradoxical, but in view of the above explanation we see that the paradox is not actually paradoxical at all.

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