Category Archives: Anti-Semitism

Trump’s News Conference Was Epic

Because I feel that Trump is on my side, I don’t mind his character flaws so long as they are part and parcel of a package that acts in my group’s (white Americans) best interests. If I felt that Trump … Continue reading

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Taking Offense

I’ve never been offended in my life so I’m always amused when I meet smart successful people who take offense at the noting of obvious truths. If I say, “Wow, blacks run really fast!”, people I’ve known will get angry … Continue reading

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Jewish activists urge aid to refugees: Is it good for the Jews?

Kevin MacDonald writes: Because of the executive order by President Trump (what a great feeling to write that!) closing down the refugee industry from seven predominantly Muslim countries, there is an entirely expected outcry from the usual suspects. Quite often … Continue reading

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The Perfect Jew

* Every Jew thinks he’s the perfect Jew – criticize Jews more than him, you’re an anti-Semite, less than him, you’re blind. * Every Jew thinks he’s the perfect Jew – do one more mitzvah than him, you’re a fanatic, … Continue reading

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Moral Paragons Need No Facts: The Pathetic Apologetics of Jonathan Sacks, Part 1

Brenton Sanderson writes: Jonathan Sacks has been acclaimed by the Jerusalem Post as “one of contemporary Britain’s most outstanding thinkers and spokesmen.” The former Chief British Rabbi, who has been showered with awards from Jewish organizations and appointed to professorships … Continue reading

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