The legitimacy of Christ mythicist Adam Green’s entire online persona rests on the idea that he is against Jewish supremacism, whatever that is.
If we can uncover what “Jewish supremacism” means to Adam Green, perhaps, then, we can get a clearer understanding of what his objectives truly are. He seems to use his position of fighting “Jewish supremacism” as a cover for everything he says. If anyone critizes what he says, he can just point them back to his “heroic” fight against the “Jewish supremacists”. This is more the tactic of a cult leader than of a truth seeker.
For Catholics, we oppose world Jewry because of their rebellious behaviour directed against Christ our Lord, His Church, and his moral order in the world (to which every man is subject). We know that their world ambition is based entirely in opposition to Jesus Christ. The Church Fathers have warned us of the nefarious nature of Jews and why they must be resisted, their influence in society restricted, and treated with suspicion but ultimately left unharmed (see the Vatican’s Papal Bull Sicut Judaeis Non).
Anti-Zionism, on the other hand, is a modern-day invention of the Soviet system. It is a dialectical anti-thesis to the supposed thesis of British “colonialism”. This Marxist struggle plays the leading role in the KGB operation known as SIG (Zionist government). This struggle pits the world against a so called British-led Zionist conspiracy. Since Zionism is so new and Israel only a Soviet vassal state, it’s difficult to compare its achievements and/or failures with those of the phenomenon of British Colonialism. But we know for a fact that British colonialism has greatly benefited the world, in a way greater than even the Roman Empire benefited its member nations, and it did so without the use of slavery. Therefore, British colonialism and Zionism share little in common, although Marxists would have us believe they are the same thing. Adam Green’s cheap anti-Zionist cover only furthers this Jewish Marxist conflation, which is ironic considering he claims to oppose Jews, or at least “Jewish supremacism”.
But what is Zionism? It’s merely Jewish nationalism. Every race has the right to its own nationalism. The Old Testament supports this nationalism, although to the rightful heirs of the promise to Abraham—those who would become the Body of Christ through His Church. Is it a coincidence that the nations most dedicated to Christ through His church have been blessed with the many benefits that British colonialism has afforded them? (I would argue that American colonialism is an extension of British colonialism).
Where things can get complicated is when Marxist narratives get mixed up with, for example, Catholic anti-Judaism (as mentioned above). While Catholic anti-Judaism is not anti-Zionist per se (Pope Pius X did condemn the Zionist movement in 1904), it might be reluctant to grant a true homeland (not a Soviet-Rothschild-created one) to world Jewry out of fear of Jewish behaviour and how it might exploit such a scenario in order to harm Christ’s Church and the moral order. Well, this is exactly what has happened, except the Jews didn’t need the state of Israel to accomplish this. Their subversion of the Christian-led world order began centuries before 1948. Therefore, I submit that Zionism itself has not been a major factor in the world’s subversion by Christ’s enemies. It has merely played a dialectical role in the current geo-political mess we have today. It could be argued, then, that Green’s position on “Jewish supremacism” is an anti-racist positon, with Marxist undertones. The reader will realize that anti-racism is entirely Marxist.
Back to Green’s so-called opposition to “Jewish supremacism” as his basis for attacking the Church and Holy Scripture. He loosely bases his notion of Jewish supremacism on the Torah merely because it calls for nationalism and the based idea that God commanded groups of deviants like the Amalek to be wiped out. Again, Israel was protecting its national interests, like any nation should do. Would Green call it supremacist if God commanded the Church today to wipe out the increasingly isane LGBT movement? I think most conservatives, Christian or not, would call this very based and would support it. If you don’t like what God was forced to do in the Torah due to man’s sins, you can’t also oppose things like the death penalty. You see where I am going with this?
As a side but important note, Green misleads his audience about Torah, insinuating that there is only one Torah with which both Jews and Christians revere equally. In reality there are three, which the Jews interchangeably call “Torah” when it suits them. The Torah SheBeal Peh is actually the Babylonian Talmud, while the Torah SheBichtav is the Tankh (Old Testament). Green further deceives his audience, out of ignorance or malice, by not revealing that the Torah SheBeal Peh is Judaism’s most authoritative out of the three Torahs (Torat Ha-adam is the third and is a rabbinical legal treatise), while Christianity reveres only the Tanakh and condemns the Talmud and rabbinical writings.
If Green is against nationalism, he has to be for globalism. If Green is for globalism, his opposition to Jewry is as fake as three-dollar bill and our suspicious must be correct that he is using a cheap form of anti-Zionism to carry out an anti-Christian agenda (all anti-Zionism is cheap, for that matter. It’s just a Marxist means to an end). If Green is against British Colonialism, as any good anti-Zionist should be, then he has bought into Marxism and he is even less trustworthy.