Paul Edward Gottfried (born November 21st, 1941) is a Jewish philosopher, historian, and columnist noted as the first person to use the term “alternative right“. Gottfried was born in Brooklyn in 1941, to Jewish parents. His father was a successful furrier from Budapest, who left Hungary in 1934. Gottfried attended Yeshiva University in New York as an undergraduate and returned to Connecticut to attend Yale. Gottfried was the first to use ‘paleoconservative’ (old) to suggest opposition to the Jewish Trotskyites (neoconservatives). He is also notable as the first person to use the term “alternative right“. However, all are dialectical strategies born of Jewish Zio-Marxists.