1. Explain the word ex-Jews.<quoted text>
If you condemn Judaism per se then, well, the hate, bloodshed, racism, wars, fanaticism and cruelty are splattered all across the Tanach.
So, if this is what you're driving at then you'll have to reject the Tanach and its G-d. That you won't do. Right?
Why do you think a large chunk of Jews are ex-Jews or are simply non-observant?
However, while the Tanach is chock full of violence, supremacism, murder, infanticide, stoning, intolerance, human sacrifices, cannibalism, rape, slavery and other evils, most lay Jews are only interested in its benign parts like for instance observing the mitzvot (feeding the poor, acting kindly to the stranger, observing the shabbath, keeping kashrut, don't steal, don't kill, etc, etc) and consider the bloodshed and cruelty as part of the most early stages of their religion that need have no relevance in modern times with the stress being on communing with G-d by keeping his commands and evolving in faith with changing circumstances. Besides, most Jews have nothing to do with the globalists (who incidentally are drawn from every religion, race and culture).
Now, do you get it?
2. I am not condemning Judaism I am condemning the EVIL that is taught in it.
3. Judaism today would be unrecognizable by Moses the lawgiver.
For one thing Moses would ask, what the hell are those ORAL Laws? He would say, I WROTE EVERYTHING.