If we have categories “A” and “not A,” is there a grey area?
The soldier testified that the “clear” message of literature distributed to troops by the rabbinate was: “We are the Jewish people, we came to this land by a miracle, God brought us back to this land and now we need to fight to expel the Gentiles who are interfering with our conquest of this holy land.”
Answer: there’s A, not A, and no grey area.
However, this pattern iterates over every square foot of the earth.
In Israel, is a German the right person to be there? No.
In Israel, is an Arab the right person to be there? No.
Israel was founded to preserve the Jewish religion, culture, values, language(s) and heritage.
No one else but Jews should be there.
In Germany, is a Jew the right person to be there? No.
In Germany, is an Arab the right person to be there? No.
Multiculturalism is a marketing scheme. Promoted by the left as a way of increasing their demographic power, and the left borrows exclusively from marketers, entertainment figures, pundits, etc. — opinion industry people — not those who actually make things. Multiculturalism is globalism.
The globalized — those of mixed race — are a race themselves. And a religion. And a culture. True, it’s a culture of no-culture, a religion of no-religion, and a race of mixed races, but it’s composed of people who want to destroy anyone who is not liked them. They hate those with their own ethnic group, religion and culture, and want to replace them.
Maggie Anderson drives 14 miles to buy groceries, which might seem curious given that she lives in bustling Oak Park, Ill. She and her husband, John, patronize gas stations in Rockford and Phoenix, Ill. They travel 18 miles to a health food store in Chicago’s South Shore neighborhood for vitamins, supplements and personal care products.
The reason? They want to solve what they call “the crisis in the black community.” They want to buy black.
The Andersons, African-Americans who rose from humble means, are attempting to spend their money for one year exclusively with black-owned businesses and are encouraging other African-Americans to do the same. It is part experiment, part social activism campaign.
The fragmentation of the liberal democratic mandate that everyone be equal, dovetailing with the liberal humanist utilitarian that insists they all be treated as having the same capacities and motivations, started some time ago but now reaches new peaks.
The election of Barack Obama forced Americans to consider what type of society they want to live in. One with a culture, or one with political dogma of equality standing in for culture?
The Gaza incursions of Israel have forced another self-questioning: if Israel is there to preserve the Jewish culture, language, values, customs and heritage/people, isn’t it fair that they throw out other groups — including those that will obviously outbreed them within two decades and thus gain political control of their democracy? Why, yes… a troubling question.
I’ve been saying this for years:
I think every ethnic and cultural group should stick together, to protect themselves from the herd of people without culture, values, religion, or heritage to protect.
If we did that, we’d have culture as a barrier to commerce and politics running roughshod over our common sense. When “whatever’s popular is right” is our only rule, and is not mediated by culture, we end up in a civilization of the lowest common denominator.
Here’s the other option, which reads like an absurdist comedy:
One side hurls insults at a vein-popping screech. The other side replies.
I make my way to the front. More gestures, more insults and many references to the other side and their alleged sexual orientation.
The only boundary to behaviour is the one provided by the cops.
What is this about again?
What are these people actually doing here?
Some idiot in the crowd throws a placard on a stick over hundreds of heads on the remote chance it might hit a Nazi.
It doesn’t. It hits me.
The sign came from the side promoting diversity and tolerance and non-violence.
We’ve forgotten what we’re fighting for, because we’ve failed to notice that the real battle is to fight actual problems, not each other. But instead, we cling to unrealistic ideas and use them to make ourselves seem clever to each other, and then bash each others’ brains out for the right to deny reality.