Original thread: https://archive.li/0FdXA
We're all well aware of the aspects of the jewish question that involve over-representation in places of power in society, but I think it is also interesting to look into the jewish question from a historical perspective to see the privileges that the jews had since nearly the beginning of recorded history, so in contrast to the narratives of oppression peddled to us today.
From time immemorial this particularistic race has kept among themselves, seeing themselves as "chosen" with double-standards in morality. Through their natural drive to trade and usury, they have spread far and wide to port cities and trading post, growing rich through trade, interest and theft. With their newly found the wealth the jews become useful to European governments, using their influence to extract privileges from the kings such as tax exemptions, the ability to lend money at interest and even military protection. In the city of Tudela in Navarre the jews were housed by the king in a fortress to protect them from the enraged goyim (see pic).
Anyways, this thread will discuss jewry mostly from a historical perspective. Feel free to contribute and recommend either videos, works or infographs that go into good detail on these matters.