Kevin MacDonald – The Importance of Understanding the JQ

Dr. Kevin MacDonald has a PhD in Biobehavioral Sciences and is an expert on Jewish influence and identity. He is the editor and chief contributor of The Occidental Observer, an online publication that focuses on White identity, White interests, and the culture of the West. Kevin is also the author of numerous books, including The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century Intellectual and Political Movements.

Kevin returns to Red Ice to discuss the many ways in which Jewish intellectuals have shaped Western history, culture, and politics. To begin, Kevin tells us about how he came to be an expert on this controversial topic. We then talk about the nature of group interests. Kevin explains that Jews, after arriving in America, correctly noticed that the country favored Whites. This sense of exclusion, he argues, is why Jewish intellectuals have sought to undermine White group solidarity. The first hour touches on many other subjects, including Jewish involvement in communism, mass immigration, and the civil rights movement.

In the members’ hour, we begin by considering divisions within the Western Jewish community. Kevin explains that while Jews might disagree on many issues, there is a large consensus when it comes to immigration, refugees, and the separation between church and state. This leads to a discussion on the abundance of Jewish think tanks, and the need for Whites to have organizations representing their interests. Later, Kevin offers advice for talking about Jewish influence without sounding like a complete lunatic. The members’ hour also covers the prevalence of state-funded, anti-White propaganda, and recent developments in the Trump administration.



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