The cultural chaos of the current era seems to map perfectly onto the anxieties of the 19th century. The same goes for today’s flavor of anti-Semitism.
How America’s far right found its anti-Semitic voice and figured out its true identity.
A shift in right-wing populist rhetoric toward Jews and Israel has been taking place on the continent. Why? And how likely is it to endure?
Yet Ben Garrison, who draws the hand of the Rotshschilds manipulating politics, has been invited.
From cartoon frogs to Hitler.
Jonathan Weisman searches for an identity he can’t seem to find.
The new anti-Semitism, right and left.
Why not hold Mahmoud Abbas to the same standards as Donald Trump?
They share a hatred of Jews, among other things.
Could populist rage be a symptom of a post-Christian society?
An unlikely figure.