View From a Height
Commentary from the Mile High City
Tuesday, April 15, 2003
I wonder whether the anti-Semitism of the Left really may have something to do with the neoconservative movement. While that movement was never solely Jewish, many of the early neocons were Jewish refugees from the anti-Communist left, driven out of respectable liberalism by the Stalinists. The Stalinists ended up on the wrong side of history, but have never really been called to account for it. Still, in their hearts, they know they're wrong. The neocons, without compromising their integrity, placed themselves on the right side of history. So the radicals, still in power, are feeling the twin stings of being very publicly very wrong, and having had this fact pointed out by former friends who they feel betrayed them. Since many of these early neocons were Jewish...

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