If the Swedes were not sleeping in a matrix of politically correctness, Kevin MacDonald’s trilogy would get nomination on Nobel price. Alas, since the white people are guilty of excessive altruism, for those who are starting to become racially conscious the Jewish question is frightening.
Most newbies start their approach to the Question by reading MacDonald’s third book of his monumental study on Jewry. But the first one presents the roots of Judaism in a way that the trunk and the secondary branches can later be grasped in the most propaedeutic way.
I cannot type long excerpts of copyrighted material here, MacDonald’s A People That Shall Dwell Alone: Judaism as a Group Evolutionary Strategy, with Diaspora Peoples. But I may quote a couple of sentences to invite the curious reader to become familiar with the professor’s magnum opus, his trilogy.
This project attempts to develop an understanding of Judaism based on modern social and biological sciences. It is, broadly speaking, a successor to the late-19th-century effort to develop a Wissenschaft des Judentums—a scientific understanding of Judaism. The fundamental paradigm derives from evolutionary biology, but there will also be a major role for the theory and data derived from several years of psychology, including especially the social psychology of group behavior.
See entire Prologue of the third book here. Written when MacDonald had finished his trilogy, it’s the best introduction to his work that I know.