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Amy Threatens To Wax the Narrative

When reading The Guardian, there are certain key troupes, memes if you will, that allow you to identify who plays the role akin to that of The Heel Character in a professional wrestling match. One character that the kind and caring journalists at The Guardian would like to tie to a stake for a witch burning is Amerikan Law Professor Amy Wax. The Guardian asserts that (((Amy Wax))) is a White Supremacist.

Professor Amy Wax, who specializes in social welfare law and labor and family economics law, appeared as a guest on economist Glenn Loury’s podcast when she called the influx of “Asian elites” into the United States problematic and made other racist statements, including a call for less immigration from Asian countries. In a scathing response, Dean Theodore Ruger acknowledged that while Wax’s comments were protected by freedom of speech and she held tenure at the college, they were “diametrically opposed to the policies and ethos of this institution”. “They serve as a persistent and tangible reminder that racism, sexism and xenophobia are not theoretical abstractions but are real and insidious beliefs in this country and in our building,” Ruger said of Wax’s comments.

(((Amy Wax))) morphed into a White Supremacist because she pointed out quite a few hate truths that Leftists avoid concerning the issue of immigration. She recently went on a podcast with Glenn Loury and let loose on the entire mythology about America being a mixing bowl immune from the depredations of diversity.

So, what did she say the first time? Wax took a classic anti-immigration line and said, “It’s just harder to assimilate those people [Asians] or to have confidence that our way of life will continue if we bring a lot of people in who are not familiar with it. These are not original ideas on the [political] right.” “This might result in a shift in the racial profile of people who come in. Obviously, we will have fewer people from Africa. We’ll have fewer people of some parts of Asia, and it’ll be more white—not that many white people want to come to the United States.”

Why would a Jewish intellectual attack the process bringing a foreign minority with a high IQ into the US. It would seem self-serving. Take that for what it is worth. I serve myself given the chance. Let’s look at why (((Amy Wax))) in particular would look at this as a threat. It goes all the way back to a story in The Old Testament.

In the 7th Century BC, Ancient Judah made the same mistakes Amerika makes today. They became decadent, conceited, and enamored with the odor of their own male bovine scatology. They suffered a consequent military monkey hammering and were enslaved by The Babylonian Empire. Many of the smartest and most capable people were taken out of Jerusalem and Judah and brought to Babylon for assimilation. The Babylonians then intended for them to rule the conquered provinces.

This ended up going rather poorly for the average person of Jewish ancestry. It began what would be a global diaspora. However, much like Hollywood, CA, a smaller subset of these Jews fought their way to the top and started running things. Here we get an idea of this (((infiltration))) from a really cool story about Daniel And The Lions’ Den.

It pleased Darius to set over the kingdom 120 satraps, to be throughout the whole kingdom; 2 and over them three high officials, of whom Daniel was one, to whom these satraps should give account, so that the king might suffer no loss. 3 Then this Daniel became distinguished above all the other high officials and satraps, because an excellent spirit was in him. And the king planned to set him over the whole kingdom.

After many similar adventures, Babylon went from conquering places like Judah and Jerusalem to having its policies dictated by (((advisors))). The conquered and the humbled were now running the show. Amy Wax probably grew up with just this sort of story. As a woman of sound intellect and imagination, she looks at Daniel 6 from the viewpoint of The Babylonians and then applies it to what happens in her adopted country Amerika.

This made Professor Wax become concerned about our version of meritocracy placing Asian immigrants in a superior position to native-born Amerikans. This begins with the character of our pseudo-meritocracy. A lot of how high a person ascends the current Amerikan Cursus Honorem depends upon how well they score on exams and how many credentials that manage to rack up. Like the people of Daniel, Chinese have been playing this game (and cheating at it) since well before George Washington succeeded at Yorktown. Civil Service exams originated from an ancient Chinese monarchy.

The earliest imperial exams were administered during the Han Dynasty (206 BCE to 220 CE) and continued in the brief Sui era, but the testing system was standardized in Tang China (618 – 907 CE). The reigning Empress Wu Zetian of Tang particularly relied on the imperial examination system for recruiting officials. Although the system was designed to ensure that government officials were learned men, it grew corrupt and outdated by the time of the Ming (1368 – 1644) and Qing (1644 – 1912) Dynasties. Men with connections to one of the court factions – either the scholar-gentry or the eunuchs – could sometimes bribe the examiners for a passing score. During some periods, they skipped the exam entirely and got their positions through pure nepotism.

This advantage grows when we look at who gets to escape China and come to the United States to take our weaker and less challenging version of China’s meritocratic examinations. The primary diaspora out of China to Amerika comes from China’s wealthy and primarily coastal urban areas. We are not getting their version of the Arkansas Peckerwood or of Pookie and Ray-Ray from Oakland.

Therefore, when an average native Amerikan competes against the top tenth of Chinese society, at an activity that they have competed and cheated at for nearly two thousand years, the outcome is predictable. The next SAT round will be a reenactment of Bloody Bannockburn with Pookie, Peckerwood, Ray-Ray all ending up on the gory end of the British Half-Pike.

Then the scenario gets even more unpleasant. After the whole 9-11 intelligence, concrete, and aviation failure, there was a popular song in China. It celebrated a bully getting his comeuppance. Why the glee? Lingering resentment from The Century of Humiliation. A large proportion of Chinese want any Westerner to die in a garbage fire.

More than worldwide communist revolution, what really motivates China is anger over the humiliation they faced during the 19th and 20th centuries. They want revenge for what happened and are hellbent on achieving it. Doing to the West what was done to them, transforming the West into an impotent economic dependent, is deserving and just in their eyes.

Thus, Wax opines that Amerika will soon cease to be run by or on behalf of Amerikans. Worse than that, we may well have elite that hates the average US citizen even more ferociously than The So-Called Democratic Party. Thus, I feel confirmed in liking (((Amy Wax))) more. Anybody that The Guardian feels moved to call out as a villain probably comes to the table with a valid point. Coming from a culture that has long succeeded at what The Chinese are doing to us now, she may issue a very timely warning.

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