Editor’s Note: This is a response to Buzzfeed’s article on 37 Things White People Need To Stop Ruining In 2018. It is our take on the things Jews ruined in 2017.
5.) Star Trek
I’ve seen them all and Star Trek: Discovery is the worst show in the series. It might even kill off the franchise. Driven by the Jewish paranoia of the showrunners, Star Trek: Discovery is an allegory about the clash between Jews and White Nationalists in Trump’s America.
From Ashley Judd’s vulgar speech at the Women’s March last winter to her revelations about Harvey Weinstein’s degeneracy in the fall, Jews ruining White women was a big theme in 2017. Isn’t it fitting that the creator of the new infamous Pussy Hat was also Jewish?
3. Foreign Relations
The United States doesn’t have a foreign policy. Jews have a foreign policy which manifests itself in things like the 24/7 Russia narrative, spending $705 million dollars on Israel’s missile defense, defunding the Palestinian Authority, decertifying the Iran nuclear deal, the Syria strike, withdrawing from UNESCO over anti-Israel bias, cutting the UN budget in retaliation for the Jerusalem vote, condemning the UN vote on Israeli settlements and recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel for Sheldon Adelson’s shekels. Jewish influence over American foreign policy has brought our foreign relations to an all time low.
2. Social Media
In 2017, the ADL took over Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and Reddit, and now everyone who uses mainstream media platforms is getting Voxsplained by the thought police. Jews have become the hall monitor of social media and have shined a bright spotlight on their ethnic monopoly.
1.) The Trump Administration
Jared Kushner is a real mensch.
As Steve Bannon said, Jarvanka was “a fount of bad advice during the campaign” and has been the central figure in all the bad decisions of the Trump presidency in 2017. Whether it was directing General Flynn to lobby the Russian ambassador on a UN vote on Israeli settlements, the Syria strike, the firing of FBI director James Comey, the Charlottesville resolution, Shlomo Rubashkin or the Jerusalem decision, Jared Kushner has sown the divide between President Trump and his base.