About a week ago, The Thinking Housewife was kind enough to give F&H her recommendation; however, yesterday, she retracted her recommendation based upon this article which was published about a month ago. The post in question was a review of the movie The Social Network, in which the author uses Zuckerburg’s unethical behavior towards whites as an anecdote to discuss Jewish culture and group behavior in regards to business practices. His conclusion was that white Christians should avoid entering into business interactions with a group of people who are neither Christians nor fellow kinsmen, and who will thus have no problem lying to and cheating them when it profits them to do so – and who have a centuries-long track record of doing just that.
This view should be common sense and should apply not just to Jews but to any hostile non-Christian group – this is a very appropriate application of 2 Corinthians 6:14, but Mrs. Woods says that this view is “anti-Semitic.” “Anti-Semitic” is just as meaningless and Marxist as “racist” or “sexist” or “homophobic.” They are scare words used simply to smear and silence opposition to the Marxist agenda and end debate before it starts. No serious, traditionalist, true Christian, or anyone claiming to care about the European folk, should use the word in any form other than complete derision. If someone says something false about the Jews, it is wrong because it is false, not because it is “anti-Semitic.” Watch this clip of an ex-Israeli government minister admitting that Jews just use “anti-Semitism” as a weapon to silence criticism of Jews and Zionism.
Further, Mrs. Woods claims that Generation 5, the author, is trying to make this a “theological mandate”; this is a falsehood. Nowhere does Generation 5 say that Christians must avoid doing business with Jews; he is merely warning white Christians about trusting their money and business to a group which has no moral or cultural problems with cheating them. A group who are the ideological children of the Pharisees, whose name for white Christians and all other Gentiles is “goyim” (strictly translated as “nations,” though used to mean “cattle”), and who think that the only reason Gentiles exist on this earth is to serve the Jews. We are commanded to be good stewards of the resources God gives us, and that means being wise about those with whom we do business. Generation 5’s warning is perfectly acceptable as an aid for this Christian task. If Generation 5’s warning is incorrect, then it should be attacked on its factuality, not labelled “anti-Semitic” and ignored.
It saddens me that Mrs. Wood would withdraw her recommendation, and it saddens me even more that she would do so based upon such a completely meritless Marxist basis. Maybe someday Mrs. Woods will place her fellow Christians and fellow kinsmen above a group of hostile non-Christian foreigners. As for Faith and Heritage, we will continue to warn Christians and our kinsmen about dangers to them, no matter what the type or the source of the danger – even if the source is Jewish; and no feeble and meaningless charges of “anti-Semitism” will stop us.
Author’s edit: I still think that Mrs. Wood’s site is worth reading and has many great posts and insights on it. I’m truly saddened that she has chosen to take the false and politically correct position on this issue and allowed this disagreement to completely remove her support of F&H. Hopefully in the future she will change her views on the subject.