Aldous Huxley, the prolific British philosopher and writer, most notably of the classic (and frighteningly prophetic) dystopian novel Brave New World, made some interesting remarks about the parasitic Jew.
From an article originally published in William Pierce’s National Vanguard magazine:
[I]n Do What You Will [Huxley] wrote of the Jews: “Their mission, in a word, was to infect the rest of humanity with a belief [in materialism] which . . . prevented them from having any art, any political life, any breadth of vision, any progress. We may be pardoned for wishing that the Jews had remained not forty, but four thousand years in their repulsive wilderness.”
In 1943 he told his brother Julian that the Jews are a “monied, influential, and pushing minority” who are themselves responsible for ill-feeling and anti-Semitism (The Letters of Aldous Huxley).
In Antic Hay one of Huxley’s characters complains of “hideous red cities pullulating with Jews, sir. Pullulating with prosperous Jews. Am I right in being indignant, sir?” Huxley apparently thought so.