And I believe in the Black Question and Muslim Question and a Latino Question and the Asian Question and that question is — is the majority better off hosting the strangers in their midst?
For example, why would Jews want Arabs in the Jewish state of Israel? Why would Muslims want non-Muslims in Saudi Arabia?
Every group, every individual, should ask themselves if they are a blessing to those around them. If you live a life of love and service to others, then you know you are a blessing. If you don’t know, then you’re not likely a gift to others.
Jews asking themselves the Jewish Question — are the non-Jews better off having us around — is a good thing. It wonderfully focuses the mind.
Accurate criticism is good for groups. It helps them to behave better.