The Jewish people are promoting a project for the whole of humanity; a grandiose project that they have been carrying out for centuries against all odds: the establishment of universal peace on the face of the earth. The notion of “Peace” is at the very core of Judaism, and it is no coincidence that this word (shalom in Hebrew) appears so frequently in all the speeches of the Jews of the world. It is not just a religious concept, or a belief in the advent of a better world, God’s work in the distant future, but a guiding principle that determines the commitment and actions of Jews in their daily lives. Indeed, Jews, through their work, their actions and their involvement in politics, work every day to build “Peace”.
In this perfect world that they are building, all conflicts will have definitively disappeared from the face of the earth, first and foremost conflicts between nations. It is for this reason that, wherever they are, Jews campaign tirelessly for the abolition of borders and the dissolution of national identities. Nations are supposedly generators of war and disorder and must therefore be weakened and eventually abolished in favour of a world government, the only one capable of guaranteeing happiness and prosperity on earth.
This idea is more or less developed in the writings of Marxist intellectuals – from Karl Marx to Jacques Derrida – as well as in the discourses of liberal thinkers such as Karl Popper, Milton Friedman, Alain Minc and Guy Sorman. The aim is to unify the world by all means and to level out all cultural differences, supposedly sources of conflict. This is the goal for which Jewish intellectuals all over the world work tirelessly. Whether left or right, Marxist or liberal, believer or atheist, Zionist or “perfectly integrated”, they are the most fervent supporters of the global empire.
They are also, of course, the best propagandists for plural society and planetary miscegenation. Thus, we see how the Jews have always encouraged immigration in all the countries where they have settled, not only because the multicultural society corresponds to their politico-religious project, but also because the resulting dissolution of national identity protects them from a possible nationalist outburst against the power they have gained, especially in finance, politics and the media system. All Jewish intellectuals, without exception, focus on the question of the “plural” society and exercise a constant “anti-racist vigilance”, regardless of their political divergences.