Wednesday, July 16, 2014

A ludicrous figure. (The tweet's deleted, the text stays. see the image below.)
We are living in a time of exploding nationalisms. The blacks in America are the first to abjure the idea of assimilation, to realize the inherent lie in the concept of melting pot. Through black nationalism has developed a new black pride and hence the ticket to liberation

Today’s young American Jew is a good bit slower. He desperately wants assimilation: Jewishness embarrasses him. He finds the idea of Jewish nationalism, Israel not­ withstanding, laughable. The leftist Jewish student is today’s Uncle Tom. He scrapes along, demons­trating for a John Hatchett, asham­ed of his identity, and obsessed with it. He cannot accept the fact that he is seen as a Jew, that his destiny is that of the Jews, and that his only effectiveness is as a Jew. But he wants to be an “American,” a left­ist American, talking liberation and aspiring WASP. He is a ludicrous figure. 
"Max, Phil & Scott" are Blumenthal, Weiss and Scott Roth, publisher of Mondoweiss.
He cannot accept the fact that he is seen as a Jew, that his destiny is that of the Jews, and that his only effectiveness is as a Jew.
The ethnic nationalism and self-hated of Clarence Thomas.
“I don’t think this society has ever been color-blind. I grew up in Savannah, Georgia under segregation. It wasn’t color-blind and America is not color-blind today…Code words like ‘color-blind’ aren’t all that useful.” 
"here is nothing you can do to get past black skin. I don’t care how educated you are, how good you are—you’ll never have the same contacts or opportunities, you’ll never be seen as equal to whites."
The link's to Corey Robin, who has his own confusion. It's all as obvious as the relation of Farrakhan and Kahane, the Nazis and Stern, and Otto Weininger.

M.J. Rosenberg: repeats. The second time I made him regret something he posted.
Screen grab from google cache.  I'd forgotten that Kampeas didn't understand the problem either.
[updated: I added a pic of the relevant part of the linked file]



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