I think the Ben Shapiros of the world with their neo-conservative positions (those on the right who are in favour of a lot of foreign wars, particularly in israel's favor) are no less a problem than then far left, whether supported by jews or gentiles... but neoconservatism just like far leftism is a jewish movement originally.Religious Jews believe some bad stuff I despise (hateful attitude towards other religions), but they don't even evangelize (much less use violence), so they're easy to live besides. It's specifically the Leftist, atheist/Reform/Reconstructionist Ashkenazi diaspora that pushes Far Left ideology. And that ties back in to my idea on why they developed that way. Urban life is already known to correlate with progressive values. So is higher education. Who has a history, since Medieval times, of living in cities, doing tertiary sector work, with all of their men being taught at least basic literacy?
Certainly I think the type of work is part of it. It only takes us 10 generations to turn foxes or other animals into being mostly domesticated and respond positively to humans. It only took a couple of generations for Niger to suddenly throw off lactose intolerance and for the majority of the people being able to digest milk effectively:
(lactose intolerance world map)
Though that prelediction only gives reason for jewish disproportionate success in the modern world (and even the IQ difference doesn't fully explain the large overrepresentation at higher education); it only addresses one of the many criticisms that there are.
It does not really examine for example the ethnic aggression from modern jews, broadly speaking.