This is what open source espionage on Jews looks like:
Goldberg tells this story about when he and his daughter met Booker while she was studying for her Bat Mitzvah:
Booker turned his attention to her. “What’s your parasha?” he asked, using the Hebrew word for portion, a reference to the section of the Torah she would soon be reading. I could see, across my daughter’s then almost-13-year-old-face, a bit of confusion and a trace of panic, but she answered: “Vayera,” which is the action-packed chapter in the Book of Genesis that includes, among other things, the destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah.
“Amazing parasha!” Booker said. He then quoted — in Hebrew — one of its more famous lines. And he shared his expert exegesis on the portion’s broader meaning — notably, the lessons that any troublemaker worth her salt could derive from Abraham’s audacious decision to negotiate with God about the future of these two sinful towns.
My daughter didn’t know quite what to make of Booker’s erudite and enthusiastic performance. “Is he Jewish?” she asked later. No, I said. He’s a Protestant. “He knows a lot about my parasha,” she said.
The writer suggests that the depth of his knowledge might just be a “parlor trick” for impressing Jewish donors. He then mentions Booker’s ties to Shmuley Boteach and Shmully Hecht, two rabbis who “have been affiliated with the Chabad Lubavitcher” movement that the writer Peter Beinart said ”emphasizes the fundamental difference between Jewish and non-Jewish souls:”
Booker is probably just motivated for political power and money. But the tools he is using could be used to any purpose.
White Nationalists 2.0 should not worry about whether or not they are being ideologically pure; they should worry about whether they are effective. Unlike a lot of WN’s I’ve known, I’m not terribly concerned that going into the world of the enemy will make me an enemy. I was already in that world, and if anything it made me more fanatical against it. I wish I had known about open source espionage back then, instead of allowing myself be influenced by WN 1.0 thinkers.