Z-Man goes off the deep end, claiming that neoconservatism–“an ethnocentric death cult”–is a movement possessed by and obsessed with an ancestral hatred of Russia:
Their singular focus is Russia. Even their opposition to Trump is based on his unwillingness to talk about Putin as you know who. If you list all of the neocon wars and wish-for wars, Russia is the common theme. The defining characteristic of the neocon is a hatred for Russia, viewing it as the Mordor in the great battle between the righteous and the wicked.
Granted, as has been shown here, there may have been some truth to that in the past, when the Ashkenazim in question had just escaped Soviet persecution and their adopted homeland–or the homeland that adopted them, at any rate–was locked in a global struggle with the evil empire.
But that was then. This is now. To carry on about an alleged hatred driving so much of contemporary domestic and international politics today, though, is, well, shamefully anti-semitic!
There, I said it. Whew, that was cathartic. Virtue-signalling is hard work…
Oh, what’s this? It’s a Reuters-Ipsos poll from the previous Current Year. The following graph shows the percentages of respondents, by selected demographics, who say Russia poses either an “imminent” or a “serious” threat to the United States (N = 3,246):
Can’t let this little doozy get out.
Anyway, the Jewish sample is small, at 63, so take it as merely suggestive if you have the turpitude to take it at all! And then take Bill Kristol, John Podhoretz, Max Boot, David Frum, Laura Rosenberger–aw hell, just about anyone with a tribal (((surname)))–as merely suggestive, too, you anti-semite!