August 7, 2017
Sides = rekt.
What is this LA Times article about, asks ye?
Well, it’s about what the headline says.
It’s about how Jewish religious customs are too expensive.
Specifically, that the writer can’t afford $140 hour Hebrew tutoring lessons for her son.
Seriously, go read it.
That is the op-ed, published in the LA Times.
Historically, Jews have controlled all media, but they have had separate publications for themselves. In the present online world, The Jewish Daily Forward, Haaretz and Jerusalem Post are all major English language publications exclusively intended for a Jewish audience, while The Washington Post, The New York Times, The Chicago Tribune, The LA Times and others are written by Jews for the goyim.
And that is the actual thing I wanted to talk about here: why are more and more Jew-for-Jew articles being published in Jew-for-goyim publications?
I don’t really have any answer for that question, it’s just a question I think is interesting.
I have read both Jew-for-Jew and Jew-for-goyim papers obsessively for a very long time now, and it is certainly a recent thing that more and more content that is exclusively intended for a Jewish audience is being published in publications which are mostly for a goyim audience.
If I had to take a wild guess, it’s that with the internet giving the goyim access to goyim-for-goyim alternatives, it is now mainly Jews reading the formerly Jew-for-goyim papers.
Seriously. That would be my wild guess.