In the 19th Century, most Jews lived in Russia and even after WWII there were more than a million. In the 2002 census there were only 233,000 Jews left, most of them in Moscow and S. Petersburg. The majority only produce one or two children and assimilation is rampant - up to 90 percent of "Jewish" children in the former Soviet Union are the offspring of mixed marriages. As older Jews die, and fewer Russian Jewish babies are born, the Jewish population in the former Soviet Union is beginning to wither away.
Europe, the cradle of the large Ashkenazi ethnia, is mostly Judenfrei. One can travel from Greece to Spain without meeting a Jew. The only community with any vitality left in it (ie it is not dying out) lives in Antwerpen centred on the diamond trade. I think American Jews should be asking what is happening and what are their own perspectives. The late Nobel Prize Solzhenytsin wrote a tremendous book about the historical Jewish control of Russia, but current antisemites have difficulties to identify any living Russian Jew to be against and attack. In Hungary, the strong Jobbik Nazi Party has been forced to invent Jews or to accuse non Jewish politicians of having a grand daddy with Jewish sounding name or just being under the influence of etheric Jewish spirits.
In America, antisemites are writing books about Jewish domination of elite universities at a time when there are pitifully few Jewish students coming in. Where are the masses of Jewish students? (pic: from CUNY's website, under "Students". It may not reflect the student body, but not even one Jewish looking student?).Is it conceivable that America's Jews are also slowly withering away?