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[–] brigbother 0 points 34 points (+34|-0) ago 

Hello Dr. MacDonald.

How can we foster honest conversations about Jewish behavior without causing people to immediately be turned off?


[–] DrKevinMacDonald [S] 0 points 49 points (+49|-0) ago 

It's very difficult. People's eyes tend to glaze over when the subject is broached. And the problem is that it takes a real commitment to get into it. You can't give a decent argument with sound bites. It takes some serious reading. Dealing with Jewish issues is often the last hurdle for many in the Alt Right. In a way, it's not necessary to talk about Jews to get at the core issue of White identity, but I do think that without talking about Jews you really can't understand how we got to where we are now.


[–] brigbother 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Thank you.

I have definitely been subjected to the glazed eyes treatment when I've brought it up with people. You are right, it takes serious study to understand the JQ. My problem is that people are eager to change the subject and forget about it.

Any tips on inspiring people's curiosity so that they do seek out serious reading?


[–] smokratez 0 points 15 points (+15|-0) ago  (edited ago)

Tell people that you like what the jews are doing. How you admire their closed borders. How they build a wall. That they are serious about trying to abolish miscegenation. That they oppose diversity and multiculturalism. I say that all I want for my country is what jews have in Isreal, and I mean it.