Jewish Infiltration Guide
This board is very aware of the JQ, to the point that several members threw their lives away shooting up synagogues. These acts of random violence accomplish little. Jews have undergone violent persecution for thousands of years. They have adapted quite well to it.
What they have not adapted to, as I have observed from personal experience, is infiltration of their communities by outsiders.
I post this as someone who has successfully infiltrated an Orthodox Jewish community for about 7 years (I am no longer active). What I have seen has given me firsthand proof that Michael Hoffman was right in what he wrote in Judaism's strange gods.
All of the Jewish tricks and schemes in subverting Western civilization depend on having a barrier between the inside community, where there is complete trust and they can speak freely and openly; and the outside world, where they can practice the art of disinformation. This whole campaign falls apart once the goyim get insider access. Collapse the barrier, and the whole project fails.
The center of Jewish ideology and teaching, especially regarding Rabbinic tradition and the Talmud, is Orthodox Judaism. If you can get insider access to the Orthodox, and especially to the black hat Ultra-Orthodox (a.k.a. Haredi, Yeshivish) communities, you will be able to cut through the disinformation. The rabbis speak very, very differently to insiders than they speak to the outside world. They don't speak in code if they are confident that the goyim aren't listening.
The center of Orthodox Jewish ideology is not the synagogue. That may be the center of social life, but the ideology is spread through two insitutions: the Yeshiva and the Kollel.
The Yeshiva is kind of like a college. Orthodox Jews spend at least 2 years there after high school, where they can study Talmud and other rabbinic teachings for 10 or so hours a day, 6 days a week.
This is the famous Ohr Somayach Yeshiva in Monsey, NY
The Kollel is where a group of ordained rabbis who are married, study Talmudic law as a full-time job. They are usually there in the mornings from sunrise to around noon. And then they go back from 7 to 10 in the evening to teach ordinary Jews what they learned. The Yeshiva and Kollel are for men only.
Kollels are often renovated duplex houses, and are not obvious from the outside.
A Kollel in Baltimore
As an aside: if you want to know where the local Orthodox Jewish area is, just do a search for the eruv, which is a ceremonial "wall" that encloses an Orthodox community.
If you can infiltrate either of these, you have unrestricted access to insider information.
But how do you do that?
In my case, I learned that there is an entry point. Most Jews are not Orthodox, but some express a degree of interest in Orthodoxy. The non-Orthodox Jew who becomes Orthodox is called a Baal Teshuvah (master of return) and Orthodoxy has a very strong desire to turn as many secular or Reform Jews into Orthodox Jews as possible. Kiruv (Orthodox outreach to the non-Orthodox) is itself almost a billion dollar industry.
So if you can convince them that you are a secular Jew who wants to learn about Orthodoxy, they will pull you in as aggressively as any cult will.