At the risk of being labeled anti-Semitic—or worse—Shawn Ryan Rosa fearlessly tackles the issue of Jewish power and influence in American Zion.
Rosa begins by clarifying that the indisputable fact that a group of people who make up just two percent of the US population wield disproportionately great influence in such areas as government, academia, and the media does not point to a nefarious conspiracy.
Citing research, reports, studies, and even the opinions expressed by prominent Jews, themselves, Rosa quantifies Jewish influence and evaluates the effect it has on American society.
In this first-of-its-kind analysis, Rosa takes a look at Jewish-American demographics, and then focuses on nine segments of society, illustrating the extent to which the Jewish community is highly represented in each.
He goes on to show that their positions of power result in the furthering of the group’s social values, which are decidedly liberal, while exerting undue influence on US foreign policy in support of a pro-Israel stance.
After showing concrete examples of how others who have dared to criticize Jewish political power have been indecorously sidelined, Rosa remains confident that the case he makes in American Zion will stand up to such tactics.