I have a friend who would self-identify as Catholic (he regularly attends church), however his father is Jewish.
His wife is pure Catholic (even attended Catholic school) of European ancestry, and they have five children, all raised Catholic. They used to live in a blue state, but now they live in a red state.
They have five children. Are their children Jewish under the anti-Semitic view of the world? Are they white?
Their oldest kid will soon be applying to college. If she gets admitted to college, is your reaction "it's good that they are admitting some white people from red states," or "damn, more Jews in college"?
No, I did not make up these facts. I also don't think think they are that out-of-the-ordinary. Lots of Jews marry non-Jews, and more often than not, the children are not raised Jewish. There are also lots of people moving from blue states to red states. Steve Sailer has written a lot about how people move to red states after they have kids, which is what has happened here.
Anti-Semitic comments will be allowed if they are relevant to answering the questions posed by this fact pattern.
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This fact pattern demonstrates that while the percent of the population which identifies as Jewish is decreasing, the percent of the population with Jewish ancestry is simultaneously increasing. If one of this guy's kids ever gets a job at a Federal Reserve Bank, the anti-Semites will say, "look the Jews are dominating the financial system," but these people don't ordinarly show up on any survey as being Jewish.