Posts Tagged ‘ashkenazim’

Homogeneity Works, Heterogeneity Does Not: Ethnic Diversity Is As Toxic As Racial Diversity

Friday, October 6th, 2017

We know that racial diversity does not work because any group that wishes to survive will seek to dominate others before they dominate it. It turns out that the same is true of ethnic groups, except that they hope to dominate other ethnic groups within their racial group, and use those greater numbers to win out.

However, within that race, there will still be internal conflict as each group attempts to maintain its own independence. This is even further intensified when there are ethnic groups within ethnic groups, such as Jews, which are white-hybrids with three major internal ethnic groups, causing internal division:

During the war, although the Vichy laws were theoretically applied in the French colonies, and although a minority of Jews from the Maghreb were indeed deported, Sephardic Jews from Tunisia, Algeria, and Morocco were largely spared the worst of the Nazi terror. In the 1980s and 1990s, when the Shoah finally became an acceptable, even obsessive topic of conversation in France, many Sephardic Jews felt that their experiences of exile and suffering were marginalized. Many grew more observant as a result, a backlash of sorts to the Ashkenazi Jews’ strong secularism. Increasingly, then, Sephardic Jews came to see themselves as France’s “true Jews,” the redeemers of a French Judaism that was half-dead even before World War II. Some Sephardic French rabbis go further, flirting with the notion that European Jews had genocide coming because of their lack of piety and suggesting that secular Jews had doomed themselves long before Hitler appeared on the scene and that the Holocaust was an act of divine retribution. The question of whether or not a liberal rabbi woman should or shouldn’t say the Kaddish at the funeral of a secular, Ashkenazi, feminist hero is therefore also the question of to which kind of Jews does the Holocaust really belong.

This internal division arises from the larger question of identity. One group within the ethnic group will define it, and the others will fade into the background and eventually vanish. In life, all is competition, and when foolish people insist on pacifism and equality, they only ensure that all groups will be equally destroyed, as if looking for an excuse for their own failure.

#SpencerGate Fails To Be Convincing

Monday, July 10th, 2017

Some clever person did a bunch of research and looked into Richard Spencer’s background, but also made the accusation that Richard Spencer has Jewish ancestors:

Sherry Spencer’s father, being Richard Spencer’s grandfather on his mom’s side, is Richard Dickenhorst (1923-2002). And his mother, being Richard Spencer’s great-grandmother, was Birdie M E Eckstein (1893-1972) – Jewish! Her father, being Richard Spencer’s great-great-grandfather, was August S. Eckstein (1859-1929) – also Jewish!

It is not really reliable to infer from last names alone that Spencer has a Jewish ancestor, especially since no one in his family looks Jewish. Here are his parents, who are cute in that way that couples get when they have seemingly opposite personalities but work well together. Note the open smile from the mother, and kill-you-or-eat-you death stare from the dad.

On to the last name Eckstein, which means “cornerstone” in German and is explained by — as cited in the article — as follows:

German: from Middle High German ecke “corner” + stein “stone,” hence a metonymic occupational name for a stonemason or bricklayer, or a topographic name for someone who lived near a rocky outcrop. Jewish (Ashkenazic): ornamental name from German “cornerstone.”

In other words, this name could imply Jewishness… but just as equally could simply be a German family name. When the Ashkenazim split off from other diaspora Jewish groups, they cut themselves down to a little over three hundred individuals and began a long path through Eastern Europe into Germany, where many adopted the “ornamental” names that most of recognize as Jewish: Rosenthal, Steinberg, Kauffmann, Goldberg, and so on. Some of these described occupations, and others were pleasant-sounding names that covered up the original Middle Eastern origin names. But that does not mean that only Jews took these ornamental names, or that there was not overlap with occupational names, such as might belong to a stonemason.

More research would be needed if one found this issue difficult. It seems more likely to me that Spencer has risen above the rest as a leader, and so he is getting criticism from those who either want to take his place, think they should have been in his place, or want to destroy anyone who does not share their ideology, which is in people of this type usually accelerationism plus preparations for an apocalyptic final race war.

People like Spencer and other higher-IQ thought leaders on the Right tend to instead look at our current situation as one might a corporation hovering near bankruptcy: bad decisions were made, so we need to un-do those and start instead doing what made the company successful in the past, but improve it so that it can be reborn as even more powerful than before. Even if Spencer were 100% Jewish and wearing a rainbow kippah, if he can push our people in that direction, he is someone we should listen to.

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