Just read Jews: I've read some of Kevin MacDonald's writings and found it interesting that for someone with such controversial ideas, most of his sources are Jewish. Now, of course someone can take another person's ideas and bend them to fit into one's own theory.
That's why I was stunned just now. I watched a documentary on anti-Semitism called the Protocols of Zion. The central theme is that there are still people around who believe the silly idea that Jews knew about 9/11 beforehand, and didn't die because they stayed home that day, but the makers of the film covered many areas. My jaw dropped as I listened to an interview of a Jewish author by the name of Douglas Rushkoff who wrote Nothing Sacred. He said, and I quote:
"The thing that makes Judaism dangerous to everybody, to every race, to every nation, every idea, is that we smash things that aren't true. We don't believe in the nation-state, we don't believe in the idea of these individual Gods that protect individual groups of people. Judaism teaches us to see that these are artificial constructions. In a sense our detractors have us right in that we are a corrosive force, breaking down the false gods of all nations and all peoples because they are not real. And that is upsetting to people."
I guess the only real people are Jews, and the only real god, Yahweh.
Seriously, I had to look twice to make sure it wasn't MacDonald being interviewed. Actually, it didn't sound like him since he writes every other sentence that much of the shenanigans are due to self-deception, whereas Rushkoff is saying that Judaism teaches this skill.
You don't have to read gentiles to hear shocking claims about Jews. Just read Jews.