The Occidental Observer has a piece about how the Roman Catholic Church changed its official position on the relationship between Christians and Jews– from one of opposition to one of “fellowship”, or “friendship”, however one-sided.
A plain reading of the New Testament shows Jesus opposed and condemned no one so strongly- in fact he didn’t condemn or oppose anyone, except for calling them to repentance, with this one exception- than the Pharisees. In fact, Jesus tells us there only one unforgivable sin- the blaspheming of the Holy Spirit. Jesus performed his miracles not through his own power, but through the power of the Holy Spirit, and when the Pharisees said he had this power from Satan, they blasphemed the Holy Spirit.
What do the Pharisees have to do with Jews today? The Old Testament makes no mention of Jesus, and to the extent that Jews follow the Old Testament, they can be considered to be in the word, if only partially. The Talmud, however, which while itself is not a religious document but interprets and instructs from the Old Testament- says that Jesus was a sorcerer. No contemporary source denies that Jesus performed miracles. The question was how he did them.
Christianity can’t “supercede” Judaism, as Jews accused Christians of doing, because Judaism is actually a newer religion than Christianity. It had its origin before Jesus- as the Hebrews started to live around a lot of foreigners and looked for ways to make their culture and way of life distinct and separate- but only came into existence in its present form after the destruction of the Second Temple and the establishment of formal schools of Old Testament instruction with the permission of the Roman Emperor- schools that produced the Talmud.
To the extent that Jews live by the OT and don’t harm anyone else, they are no more opposed to Christians than any other pre-Christian religion. To the extent Jews follow the Talmud, which has a lot of anti-gentilism, they have to be considered opponents of Christianity.
To people who hate Christianity for laying down for hostile Jews and other enemies of Europeans- this is a recent development. For most of its history Christianity has opposed Jewish racism and exploitation.
The way the change has typically worked is that Protestants came up with something anti-Catholic, which eventually became anti-Christian, then anti-white. Martin Luther didn’t want to help Catholics against Turkish invasion, so he said the Crusades were evil and war was evil. This later became an attack on Christians and then Europeans. Protestants, as urban people have tended to use Jews as a model so their attacks on Catholics over strict sexual morality and anti-Semitism became attacks on Christians and then whites in the same way.