Here is Spengler's characteristic take on the JQ. The question is whether this is adequate or dodges certain aspects of the question:
1) Jews certainly share an insectoid clannish-collectivism and a cynical money-intelligence with other fellaheen present in our civilisation - Parsees, Chinamen, Hindoos, etc. - and this explains a lot. Yet there is also something unique in the Jewish proclivity for agitation against the host culture; they are not content to keep their heads down and profit materially from their ethnic networking. The others are happy to jump on the minority grievance gravy train, but Jews tend to be the initiators. Maybe it is just their longer history in our midst?
2) Jews and Arabs are both Magian fellaheen, so it doesn't explain the hatred between them. Is this just a rivalry between different versions of the Magian consensus, bearing no real similarity to the conflict between the Faustian and the Jew?
*Glossary: The use of the term fellaheen, referring to a type of Arab peasant, is extended by Spengler to cover all post-historical peoples, the descendants of dead civilisations.
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