But there was one time in recent history when a Christian put himself in charge of a society of Jews. That one Christian was Joseb Dzhugashvili, better known by his alias, Josef Stalin, the man who ruled the Communist Party and the USSR with an iron fist.
I noted in an article that I posted here recently entitled, "Jews: Figuring the Odds," that in a photograph of 61 leaders of the early Communist party, 22 Jews were included, and since Jews made up only 2.5% of Russia's population at the time, the odds against such a landslide's having occurred in a random selection would have been 21 quintillion to 1. This proves beyond the shadow of a doubt that certain Jews automatically rise to the top.
Stalin was brought up in the Georgian Orthodox Church, one of the oldest of Christian churches. He aspired to be a priest, probably to please his mother, who sought this vocation for him, and, at the age of 15, he won a scholarship to a seminary in Tbilisi (or Tiflis), the capital of Georgia. He excelled in singing and sang a solo in the local church on the occasion of Tsar Alexander III's birthday. Later he was expelled from seminary for absenteeism.
However that may be, it does remain that the teachings of Christianity did nothing to prevent him from perpetrating the incredible monstrosities synonymous with his name. If the word of Christ had had such a redeeming quality as Christ's devotees like to pretend, Stalin would probably never have become what he was.
Anyway, with the death of Lenin, who probably preferred Trotsky to Stalin, a real power struggle ensued, with once-Christian Stalin winning out over Jewish Trotsky and his coreligionists. So one time and maybe one time only, a Christian manipulated Jews, instead of vice versa, as Stalin went on to control the party and the country for 30 years.