How I Became an Antisemite (Anatomy of a Mental Disorder)
The aggression was the one thing where the light finally turned on about them. I hadn’t figured that out about them until I was in my 50’s. Then, even worse, I succumbed to it and became a bit of an antisemite myself, a period I look back on with a bit of shame. But I can tell you what it’s all about now that I’m a recovered antisemite (And of course they recover, Jews! For God’s sake!).
Antisemitism in its conspiratorial and obsessive phase should honestly be seen as a mental disorder, but then, all obsessive racism maybe should be seen as a disorder. Similarly, all Identity Politics looks like mental disorder too. IP people are not mentally healthy. It’s not adaptive. IP make the IP believer himself crazy. When I finally pulled myself out of it, I realized I’d been insane for a years there, and I felt a lot better when I “got clear” and could see properly again.