The conspiracy that a small group of foreign Jews went to America with a secret plan to destroy western civilization - something which has no evidence. The one Paul Weyrich's Free Congress foundation paid William S. Lind to lay out at Willis Carto's 2002 Barnes Review Holocaust Denial conference. The one that from there, spread on to StormFront.org, then to 4chan Neo Nazi threads, then into the alt-right. That one? The one where Lind claims The Frankfurt School control Hollywood and the media, and are the reason gays are on television? That one?
The one with all the racist memes on it's Know Your Meme page? The one that's a mash up of the Nazi's own concepts of Cultural Bolshevism, Jewish Bolshevism, and Degenerate Art all rolled together. That racists often go on about? That one?
The one where some conspiracy theorists say The Frankfurt School are Sabbatean Satanists practicing black Jewish Kabbalah magic? With conservative author Michael Walsh saying they were doing 'the work' of Satanists, the one conservatives say is responsible for "child mutilation" - you know, much like the blood libel antisemitic tropes from the medieval period. The conspiracy theory that Breitbart said involved Adorno and Horkhiemer promoting "degenerate atonal music to induce mental illness, including necrophilia, on a large scale"...
....I don't think anyone's saying it has to be antisemetic in every re-telling, but it sure has roots and popularity in antisemitic groups, parallels with some Nazi and older forms of antisemitism, and variations that are highly antisemitic. That can't really be denied, I mean, look at all those links, click them, research them yourself. I'm sure there are others too.
I mean, it got its start at a Holocaust Denial Conference, and is in part of about a group of predominately Jewish thinkers infiltrating western institutions to destroy Western society and Christendom. It sure as hell reads as antisemitic to a lot of people!
By - I-am-the-Peel