By David Futrelle
Grotesque pickup guru Roosh Valizadeh may not have been welcomed into the Alt-Right with open arms — white supremacists basically see him as a brown “Muzzie” interloper — but good old Rooshy still has some Deep Thoughts about Jews he’d like to share with us all.
In a post on his blog, recently reposted on Return of Kings, Roosh suggests that the alt-right is a sort of delayed response to Jews being Jewy.
Where did the alt right come from? It is a direct reaction to a high number of non-white immigrants to the United States, which began with the 1965 Immigration Law. The culture of pepe, cuck-shaming, and a white ethno-state is the 50-year delayed response to one law. …
What’s interesting to note is that feminism and immigration to the Western world was disproportionately promoted and enabled by Jews. … If you are to believe that Jews are at the top of most Western institutions, dissident movements are a reaction to their power.
The life of an elite Jew is to control the non-Jew through both cultural and political means. The non-Jew responds and then the Jew adapts to that response. The lives of Jews and non-Jews are therefore inexorably tied together. Understand that any attempt to control something external to you means that you are also being controlled by it, since your existence becomes primarily a response to the external.
D’Jew get all that?