Not bad but describes Communism as a type of Antisemitism or Jew hatred, which is just wrong. It’s also very insulting. Most Leftists and Communists go to great, often absurd, lengths to not be anti-Semitic, and the most famous Marxists including Lenin have concluded that Antisemitism is just wrong. There is a famous speech by Lenin that can be viewed on Youtube which shows Lenin denouncing Antisemitism in the strongest terms.
The book also states that Karl Marx, a Jew, was an anti-Semite, a Jewish anti-Semite or a self-hating Jew.
One of the biggest lies of the Jews is that the Jews are full of traitorous or anti-Semitic Jews. It’s just not true, and it’s one more lie that the Jews tell their own people to keep them in line and on the plantation.
In fact, though Jewish self-haters surely exist, and I can name a few, I assure you that they are not common at all. Further, most if not all of them tend to convert out of Judaism, often to Christianity or more recently in a more atheistic fashion to something called being an ex-Jew. That is right. The latest thing that Jewish self-haters and self-critics do is to more or less leave the tribe – they renounce their membership in the Jews by calling themselves ex-Jews. So most so-called Jewish self-haters are actually not even Jews at all!
What is fairly common among the Jews or at least common behind closed doors when no Gentiles are listening or when speaking in Hebrew (After all, you don’t want to start a pogrom now do you?) is the Jewish self-critic. The true Jewish self-critic is actually one of the finest of all of the Jews, for they want nothing but good things for the Jews in trying to push the Jews to be a more moral and morally defensible people. They are often motivated by tikkun olam or the liberal Jewish credo of the Jews having a duty to make the world a better place by leading the Gentiles towards a more progressive and liberated world.
Of course most Jewish self-critics are despised by the Tribe and conflated with Jewish self-haters which is something different altogether. Jewish self-haters are a bit reprehensible to me and look not much different from Gentile anti-Semites. Yet the Jewish self-critic is truly the finest of all men.
And these, the finest of all of the Jews, are the ones denounced here and called anti-Semites by Jewish ideologue and reactionary Dennis Prager.
Nevertheless, many of the other chapters were pretty much right on, and I appreciated Prager’s attempt to objectively break anti-Antisemitism down into its various types.