In recent years, Jews and Western elites have been subject to popular accusations about their secret desire to molest or hurt children.
The Q-Anon movement — largely embraced by older conservatives — is the greatest embodiment of this tendency. Q Anon is not “anti-Semitic,” nor is it on its face threatening to the actual power structure, yet prominent Jewish organizations such as the Anti-Defamation League have prioritized its suppression online.
While Q fans often occupy their time chasing wild geese and steer clear of confrontations with Jewish power, Jewish-funded Genocide Watch president Gregory Stanton recently took to the airwaves condemning the impulse of the misguided pedophile-hunters as “Nazism” and “anti-Semitism” — an accusation conspiracy theorists received with confusion and anger.
With the exception of generic and individualized implications of George Soros and the Rothschilds, there is no obvious reason for the Jewish community to find the silliness of Q-Anon to be a potential challenge.
But a deeper study into the post-war Jewish consensus (domestic liberal maximalism, suppressing Gentile authoritarianism), as well as what appears to be Jewish-led institutional preparations to make pedophilia the next barrier to break down in the sexual revolution, goes a long way in explaining the concern.
Authoritarians, Jews and Pedophiles
Numerous studies have found a powerful link between personalities that score high on the “authoritarian” scale (dislike of change, valuing stability and order, anti-cosmopolitan attitudes) and the desire to punish child molestation.
Jewish scholars have specifically singled out the “authoritarian” segments of a given population as embodying a dormant Fascism — an unconscious and potentially anti-Semitic cell that can be rapidly awakened and mobilized in a wide variety of social-historical contexts.
The Frankfurt School, Wilhelm Reich, and various Jewish social scientists to this day have dedicated much of their professional careers seeking ways to identify and deconstruct the social forces that breed authoritarian collectives and their desire to resist multiculturalism, sexual license, hyper-individualism, and even wealth inequality. The desire of Jews to prevent the rise of another Hitler underlines the “anti-fascist” creed that books like R.R. Reno’s Return of the Strong Gods have demonstrated underpins the ruling post-war American ideology.
The “repression” of infantile sexuality, according to Jews who studied the rise of Fascism,