The Times Of Israel makes interesting and surprising reading. Actually the reader comments do, the staff reporting being boilerplate MSM bilge. Here are some genuinely representative ones from a recent article on the ongoing immivasion of Europe.
"If you want to look at the source of the problems, and the violence. look no further than a mirror. You let them in when history and common sence [sic]all say not to."
"Remember the good old days when crooks and tyrants like Saddam Hussein, Muammar Gaddafi and Hosni Mubarak kept the hordes in check?"
"Why is it the whites communities are always being subjected to forced divercity [sic] or forced integration? Nobody is forcing white people into Africa or Brown people into Japan or China."
The Express promulgates views on Third World immigration, the EU and the NWO Agenda that wouldn't be out of place on our forum here. It certainly is in a league of its own when it comes to English language MSM outlets. What's more no comment seems to be beyond the pale....I've never had one of my own rejected yet. And Richard Desmond, owner of the Express Group, is Jewish. The Forward, America's largest Jewish MSM outlet mirrors that of the Times Of Israel. Boilerplate anti-White "progressive" journalese with reader comments reflecting a very different set of views.
My point? No, I have not had a deathbed conversion and come around to thinking that "the Jews are our friends after all". I have no doubt that most harbour fear and resentment of White Christian civilisation and of course their leaders and representative bodies work tirelessly for its destruction. But it's also clear that huge numbers of what Uncle Nasty calls Selwyn The Tailor share the same disgust towards the swamping of White countries by the dregs from the Middle and Near East, Africa and Latin America and with the prevailing degenerate culture.
My conclusion? Perhaps, while acknowledging the central and destructive Jewish role we should be more nuanced in condemning "the Jews", for direct practical reasons if nothing else.