“An Education”: A Parable of Jewish seduction

“When a 35-year-old man seduces a 16-year-old girl, they used to call it pedophilia. Now they call it, ‘an education.'”

I was already composing these lines as I entered the theater. But I had badly misjudged. I assumed the film would glamorize this behavior. In fact, it exposes our moral trade offs and upholds the best values of Western (Christian) civilization.

“An Education” is a rare movie that doesn’t portray Jews in a patronizing way. It is well aware that, while most Jews are honest, a segment consists of pathological liars, criminals and perverts. Unfortunately these Illuminati (Masonic) Jews seem to have the leadership positions.


In this movie, the seducer is a Jew, David Goldman, played by Peter Sarsgaard. He is the classic smooth talker as you can see from this YouTube clip.

He doesn’t just seduce Jenny, a precocious non-Jewish schoolgirl played by Carey Mulligan. He compromises her morally. She doesn’t just give her body for the glamorous life he offers; she gives her soul. Her mother and father also compromise themselves.

When she witnesses some jaw dropping petty criminality, she is ready to leave him. But he wins her over saying, “People like us (Jews) aren’t as sharp as you and we have to cut corners in order to finance the night clubs and trips to Paris.”

She agrees to look the other way, anxious to escape from the stifling suburban life of London in 1961. Later, when he betrays her, she reproaches his Jewish friend who had become her friend.

“Why didn’t you tell me?”

“Well if you want to have that conversation,” he says. “You saw us stealing and you looked the other way.” (You are as bad as we are. Ouch.)

She lied to her parents but they couldn’t reproach her either. “Goldman” had compromised them as well.

Jenny’s fall symbolizes a society seduced by money, sex, war and lies.

The only people Goldman didn’t take in were her teacher and headmistress. The teacher refuses her gift of Chanel perfume saying that it would condone Jenny’s degradation.

The Headmistress, played by Emma Thompson, is portrayed as an “anti-Semite” but she is the moral anchor of this film.

“The Jews killed Jesus,” she tells Jenny.

“But Jesus was a Jew,” Jenny replies.

“Yes. Jews betrayed themselves and now we imitate them,” the headmistress should have replied but didn’t, indicating the Christian’s own confusion.

Jesus represents the universal God of love. “Love thy brother.”

By murdering Jesus, the Pharisees, who still dominate Judaism, rebelled against God. They made Jews metaphysical outcasts like Lucifer. We’re the Chosen people. We are our own God. We will not follow your laws. Illuminati Jews and Masons will reshape reality and rule the world.

It’s no coincidence that David Goldman is a Jew and belongs to this segment of Jews. Masonic Jews promote sexual “liberation,” feminism, homosexuality and other ways of undermining the Gentile as well as Jews. As Mazzini said, “we corrupt in order to rule.”

Critics love this movie. It got 94% on Rotten Tomatoes. But it isn’t doing the box office it should because it wasn’t marketed properly. People think it’s just about the seduction of a teenage girl.


Critics totally sidestep the Jewish subject matter. In one sense, that’s positive. Anti-Semitism is a red herring. Everyone knows there are good and bad Jews. On the other hand, they are missing the point of the movie.

Illuminati Jews and Freemasons are deliberately undermining social values and institutions under the guise of feminism, liberalism, socialism, communism and homosexuality.

“An Education” is a metaphor for this corruption. Jenny represents the new generation.
After her first experience of sex, she says, “I can’t believe all the fuss they make about that.”

To her Headmistress she says, “What is the point of all this studying? You had better prepare an answer next time a student asks.”

“An Education” lays bare the plight of a civilization cut adrift from its spiritual moorings. The New World Order is the Pharisee Jew World Order, an attempt to evade Reality (God) and replace it with illusion (Lucifer.) It’s inspiring that this movie could be made today.



“An Education” is based on a memoir by Lynn Barber. The brilliant screenplay is by novelist Nick Hornby. The Director is a woman, born in Denmark, Lone Scherfig. Amazingly, it was made partly by BBC Films.

Henry Makow, Ph.D. is the inventor of the board game Scruples and the author of “A Long Way to go for a Date.” His past articles on Feminism and the New World Order can be found on his web site www.savethemales.ca He enjoys receiving comments at henry@savethemales.ca

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