28 April, 2007

The SPLC vs. Dr. Kevin MacDonald

Posted by alex in academia, Socrates, SPLC at 4:55 am | Permanent Link


Never mind the fact that Dr. MacDonald’s observations about Jews are entirely accurate. The authoring of books about Jews isn’t “allowed” in America these days – unless the books bend to Semitical Correctness. Worse, MacDonald can put a “legitimate” face on Jew-truthing-by-gentiles. Can’t have that, says Rabbi Ira Silvergoldbergwitz. America really is the Land of the Jewed. [By the way, a Jew named Joseph Levin, Jr. co-founded the SPLC, and another Jew named J. Richard Cohen is its president and CEO]:

http://www.splcenter.org/intel/hatewatch/item.jsp?hid=1280

More on MacDonald here: http://www.splcenter.org/intel/news/item.jsp?aid=252&site_area=1


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    1. alex Says:

      [LAT]

      Probe of Cal State Long Beach professor sought
      Law center that tracks hate groups wants to know if anti-Semitism is being taught.
      By Louis Sahagun, Times Staff Writer
      April 25, 2007

      The Southern Poverty Law Center on Tuesday called for an investigation into the campus activities of Kevin MacDonald, a Cal State Long Beach psychology professor whose writings about Jews have been used to support the views of white supremacists.

      Of particular concern, according to a center report to be published this week, are MacDonald’s theories suggesting that “Jews, who have typically been in the minority in countries around the world, are compelled by an evolutionary strategy that makes them push for liberal policies, like immigration and diversity, with the intent of weakening the power of the majority that rules them.”

      The law center, which has collected statistics for years on what it considers hate groups, wants Cal State to look into what MacDonald is teaching students and wants to shine a light on his voluminous writings on Jews.

      “What we would like to know is why the university seems intent on protecting Kevin MacDonald rather than looking at his possible violations of policy in the classroom,” said Heidi Beirich, the center’s deputy director and author of the report. “Our primary intent is not to get rid of Kevin MacDonald, but to show the world who he is, what he is doing.”

      In an interview in his office Tuesday, the tall, lanky MacDonald — a fully tenured professor with a doctorate in behavioral sciences from the University of Connecticut — insisted that although he has written books on what he calls the evolutionary psychology of Jews, “I have never talked about Jews in my courses.”

      But he acknowledged that his scholarly research has convinced him that not every instance of anti-Semitism is “irrational.”

      “Jews, as a group, have interests that sometimes conflict with the interests of the people they live among,” said MacDonald, who teaches students seeking a degree in child development. “In general, Judaism is considered a complex and successful survival mechanism, and at times they’ve been victimized for it. I do think there is a biological element at work here that’s existed throughout the centuries.”

      As for the law center report’s allegation that his work has been used to lend a kind of legitimacy to neo-Nazi and white supremacist groups, he said, “I do not agree with all the views people have, but there is little I can do about that.”

      Beirich sees it differently: “Not since Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ have anti-Semites had such a comprehensive reference guide to what’s ‘wrong with Jews.’ His work is widely advertised and touted on white supremacist websites and sold by neo-Nazi outfits like National Vanguard Books, which considers them ‘the most important books of the last 100 years.’ ”

      One of MacDonald’s essays on Jews is highlighted on the official website of former Ku Klux Klan member David Duke, who said it contains “a deeper intellectual understanding of the nature of Jewish supremacism and its implications for European Americans.”

      MacDonald, 63, is no stranger to controversy. In 2000, he testified on behalf of David Irving, a controversial World War II historian who suffered a stinging defeat in a London courtroom in a libel suit he filed against another writer who described him as a Holocaust denier. Irving also served 13 months in prison in Austria after pleading guilty to denying the Holocaust, a crime in that country.

      MacDonald’s actions caused an uproar on the Cal State campus and the creation of rules regarding the use and abuse of academic material. They included a warning that it is unethical for faculty to allow their work to be used to support groups that disseminate racial or ethnic superiority or racial or ethnic hatred.

      Yet, in a recent posting on his website, MacDonald said that “I would like to suppose that my work on Judaism at least meets the criteria of good social science, even if I have come to the point of seeing my subjects in a less than flattering light. In the end, does it really matter if my motivation at this point is less than pristine? Isn’t the only question whether I am right?”

      That kind of talk makes some of his colleagues in the psychology department at Cal State Long Beach uncomfortable.

      Professor Martin Fiebert said he welcomed the law center’s report about his colleague of 20 years. “I think exposing bigotry and cultural insensitivity is a good thing to do,” he said. “It may help him sell more books, but it will also reveal his views to a larger audience.”

      Fiebert added: “The most troubling development lately has been that [MacDonald] is widely cited in neo-Nazi and white supremacist web pages. Some of their issues were framed around his willingness to say that being anti-Semitic is a sort of badge of courage.

      “But even talking about these things is tricky,” he said. “The last time things heated up, Kevin went to his lawyer, then came back and said if his job was threatened, he’d sue. So people stopped talking about Kevin MacDonald.”

      Cal State Long Beach psychology professor William Kelemen said MacDonald’s notions about Jews “make me uncomfortable.”

      “It’s a radioactive topic,” he said, “and it’s drawing a lot of attention, most of it negative.

      “What is bizarre about it all,” he added, “is that these controversies seem to surface every few years, yet no one seems to know what to do about it.”

      In a prepared statement Tuesday, university officials would say only that “academic freedom does not constrain or restrict the spectrum of knowledge, whether that knowledge is popular or unpopular.”

      Beirich, however, said, “As it stands, a student cannot get a degree in child development at Cal State Long Beach without taking a course taught by MacDonald. We have no idea what those students are hearing or being taught, because no one is overseeing what goes on in there.”

      http://www.latimes.com/news/printedition/california/la-me-professor25apr25,1,925961.story?coll=la-headlines-pe-california

    2. alex Says:

      [Inside Higher Ed, with comments below]

      Professor of Hate?

      In December, the psychology department at California State University of Long Beach added three statements to its Web site — all under the new heading of “Statements on Controversial Issues.” One endorsed principles of academic freedom, another emphasized the department’s commitment to diversity and equity, and the third discussed the “misuse of psychologists’ work.”

      That statement says: “The department of psychology regards it as deeply unethical that any faculty member knowingly allows his/her work to be used to support groups that disseminate views of racial/ethnic superiority and/or racial/ethnic hatred…. We are concerned that psychological research has been used in the past in intellectually unjustifiable and socially harmful ways, such as limiting immigration of certain groups or justifying unequal opportunities in education and employment. We wish to make it clear that these uses are distortions of scholarship in the field.”

      The department gave no indication why it felt the need to issue such a statement. But anyone who has been wondering will find the answers in a report released Wednesday by the Southern Poverty Law Center, which tracks hate groups. The report reviews the career and writings of Kevin MacDonald, a tenured full professor of psychology who has devoted much of his work to studying Jews and what he considers the “evolutionary” way Jewish people band together, in part to undercut white society in the United States. (MacDonald acknowledges that most people think Jews are white, and says that in a black/white/Asian trio of races, Jews would be white, but several times in a phone conversation he refers to the “Middle Eastern” genetic roots of European Jews and refers to Jewish people and white people as separate groups.)

      MacDonald has taught at Long Beach since 1985, and for much of that time, his views on Jewish people, immigration and other topics have not been widely known. An editor of the student paper said that prior to the Southern Poverty Law Center investigation, there wasn’t much awareness of MacDonald’s views. But there have also been moments when he did attract attention, as when he testified on behalf of David Irving, a Holocaust denier who unsuccessfully sued Deborah Lipstadt, an Emory University historian, over her comments that he distorted history in his Holocaust denial. (MacDonald’s testimony and his explanation of why he backed Irving are available on the Web site of the Institute for Historical Review, a Holocaust denying group. MacDonald says he is not a denier, but was helping Irving defend unpopular views.)

      The 2000 testimony prompted debate at Long Beach, but that has generally died down, and MacDonald teaches his courses and has been appointed to serve on various university committees. There are no reports that he discusses his views on Jewish people or members of other ethnic groups in class.

      Mark Potok, director of the Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, said that the group’s aim in releasing the report was exposure, not to seek to have MacDonald fired. “This is a fellow who associates with white supremacists,” said Potok, who noted that MacDonald’s work has been frequently praised by and published by supremacist groups.

      “We’re not demanding or trying to demand that he should be fired. We’re very much proponents of the First Amendment and academic freedom. Our concern is that this man may be teaching these ideas in his classroom. If you are getting a child development program, you are required to take a class with Kevin MacDonald. That is remarkable.” (A university spokeswoman said that it does not believe that any of MacDonald’s courses are required for any programs, and while some on campus disagree, the psychology chair did not respond to messages seeking clarification.)

      Potok contrasted Long Beach’s approach — which has been to defend academic freedom without issuing strong statements denouncing MacDonald — with the way Northwestern University has responded to a Holocaust denier, Arthur R. Butz, an engineering professor.

      When Butz makes news every few years — as he did last year when backing Iranian leaders’ claims that the Holocaust is a myth — Northwestern issues statements that defend Butz’s right to hold whatever views he wishes, but that also condemn those views with regard to the Holocaust. Northwestern President Henry S. Bienen’s statement last year used words like “contemptible insult” and “reprehensible opinions” to describe Butz’s latest remarks. Northwestern also has a policy that if Butz teaches a course that is required for graduation or any degree program, another section of that course must be offered at the same time, so no student ever has to enroll in one of his classes.

      Northwestern’s approach “puts some distance” between the university and bigotry, Potok said.

      In contrast, Long Beach’s statement about MacDonald says nothing about his ideas, states his right to academic freedom, and says that “the personal and academic opinions presented by individuals do not necessarily represent the opinions or beliefs of the university or the faculty as a whole.”

      Potok also asked why Long Beach was not investigating whether MacDonald’s views are ever expressed in his courses.

      Toni Beron, a spokeswoman for Long Beach, said that at least two classes a year taught by all professors — including MacDonald — have student evaluations, and that some of the questions on those evaluations are open-ended, allowing students to raise any issue. “Nothing has come through” to suggest bias in class, she said. “We don’t see it.”

      If the university receives a formal complaint, faculty members would then conduct an investigation and might review what goes on in the classroom.

      In an interview Wednesday, MacDonald said that he would never punish a student for his or her race or ethnicity, and that to do so would be wrong. He said that because he doesn’t discuss his more controversial views in class, he doubts students even know them. (Two entries on him on the RateMyProfessors Web site mention his views, but that site is notoriously unreliable about who is making entries and Beron said that those did not count as a formal complaint.)

      While MacDonald insisted that his in-class performance couldn’t be questioned by the university, he didn’t hold back on his views. He boasted that David Duke loves his writing (but also added that some white groups that post his writing do so without his permission or endorsement). He said that the “basic civil rights revolution” of the ’60s was a good thing, but that immigration — legal and otherwise — generally is not. (MacDonald’s anti-immigration stance does not mean he doesn’t have immigration in his family’s roots: Relatives came from Scotland and Germany in the 19th century, he said.)

      The problem with immigration, MacDonald said, is that it puts “white culture” at risk. He said that when America becomes a white-minority nation, groups like Jews, Latinos and African Americans will “hold grudges” and somehow harm white people. He said that Asian immigrants are out-performing white students on college admissions already. And he said he was just exercising his right as an ethnic American to look out for his interests. “European Americans have ethnic interests like everyone else,” he said.

      MacDonald combines his ethnic theories with his views on Jews in a subject on which he has written a great deal: Jewish views on immigration policy. MacDonald said that he believes that Jewish people view “a homogeneous white population of North America as a threat, and they would be better off in a multicultural policy.” So as a result, he said, Jewish organizations work with Latino groups to let in Latinos and others to undermine American culture.

      Asked if Jews might support immigration not because of some Jewish-Latino plot but because of Jewish experience as immigrants, and particularly because many Jewish lives during the Holocaust might have been saved with more open immigration in that period, MacDonald said that would have only been a justification while Hitler was in power. Once Hitler was out of power, he said, Jews supported the right of others to immigrate as part of “a historical grudge.” More broadly, MacDonald said, Jewish people — acting collectively — help themselves at the expense of white groups. Jewish support for liberal ideas is another example, he said.

      Just as MacDonald distinguishes between his writing and what he talks about in class, so he divides his online portfolio. His university Web page does not contain his writings about Jewish issues, although it has a link to his own Web site, where he has many articles and links about his writing on Jews, as well as responses to his critics.

      Several faculty members said that they did not want to discuss MacDonald — although there have been heated discussions of him on e-mail lists for professors. Rumors abound that MacDonald will threaten to sue those who criticize him, although several who have heard the rumors and cited them in not wanting to talk on the record said that they didn’t know of anyone who had been threatened.

      Don Schwartz, a professor of European history who teaches about the Holocaust and who has spoken out against MacDonald, said he was pleased to see the Southern Poverty Law Center report. “I think most of the faculty are largely ignorant of what he has been writing,” he said. Schwartz said he wants people to know about MacDonald when they are deciding whether he deserves release time for writing or to be appointed to committees.

      “We should think very carefully” about what efforts the university may be supporting, he said.

      Schwartz also said, however, that he has had students who had previously taken MacDonald’s classes, and that none of them indicated any bias issues or that MacDonald shared his views on race and ethnicity in class.

      Jonathan Knight, who handles academic freedom issues for the American Association of University Professors, said that if there are no indications that MacDonald shares his views in class, “I don’t see a basis for an investigation” into what goes on in his courses. Knight said that the basic principle is that professors should not be punished for the views they hold.

      As to the suggestion that Long Beach should offer separate sections of courses taught by MacDonald, Knight noted that City College of the City University of New York tried that approach in 1990 with regard to Michael Levin, a professor whose articles on race and intelligence set off a huge controversy. A federal appeals court upheld a lower court’s ruling that the creation of such “alternative” sections violated Levin’s rights, Knight said.

      If colleges create “shadow sections” every time a professor offends, he said, academic freedom would be hurt. “I would find it very worrisome if an administration anxious not to offend the sensibilities of students could propose shadow courses because a professor’s views are disquieting on some subject,” he said.

      Arlene Lazarowitz, a historian who is the director of Jewish studies at Long Beach, said she was very troubled by MacDonald’s research and disagreed with much of it. Lazarowitz teaches courses on American Jewish history and she said that the premise that there is a single Jewish view on most issues is simply not true — whether it is immigration policy about which MacDonald writes so much or Israel (while there might be a broad consensus among American Jews on Israel’s right to exist, there is a large diversity of views beyond that question, she said).

      Lazarowitz said that she does not favor MacDonald’s censure or firing. “I very much believe in academic freedom,” she said. “And all of us at the university are doing research that in one way or another may offend someone.”

      Her disappointment, she said, is that there have not been public debates in which others in MacDonald’s field publicly critique his views. “Several faculty members have offered to debate him. I’d like to see that,” she said.

      — Scott Jaschik

      Comments
      Tell Me … Who’s At Fault Here

      Mark Potok, director of the Intelligence Project of the Southern Poverty Law Center, said, “We’re not demanding or trying to demand that he should be fired. We’re very much proponents of the First Amendment and academic freedom. Our concern is that this man may be teaching these ideas in his classroom.”

      Just yesterday I had occasion to explore definitions of academic freedom, and concluded that the two below capture the essence of the concept most comprehensively:

      1. The Report of the First Global Colloquium of University Presidents (January 2005 at Columbia University) proffered the following definition …

      “At its simplest, academic freedom may be defined as the freedom to conduct research, teach, speak, and publish, subject to the norms and standards of scholarly inquiry, without interference or penalty, wherever the search for truth and understanding may lead.”

      http://www.columbia.edu/cu/president/communications files/globalcolloquium.htm

      2. The UNESCO Recommendation Concerning the Status of Higher-Education Teaching Personnel is a very extensive and interesting statement about many dimensions of higher education. A segment of their definition states …

      “27. The principle of academic freedom should be scrupulously observed. Higher-education teaching personnel are entitled to the maintaining of academic freedom, that is to say, the right, without constriction by prescribed doctrine, to freedom of teaching and discussion, freedom in carrying out research and disseminating and publishing the results thereof, freedom to express freely their opinion about the institution or system in which they work, freedom from institutional censorship and freedom to participate in professional or representative academic bodies. All higher-education teaching personnel should have the right to fulfill their functions without discrimination of any kind and without fear of repression by the state or any other source. Higher-education teaching personnel can effectively do justice to this principle if the environment in which they operate is conducive, which requires a democratic atmosphere; hence the challenge for all of developing a democratic society.”

      http://www.caut.ca/en/issues/academicfreedom/unesco.asp

      For better or for worse, the Kevin MacDonald situation is precisely what the principles of academic freedom are all about. And Mr. Potok’s lament, “Our concern is that this man may be teaching these ideas in his classroom” essential means the IPSP Law Center is NOT “very much a proponent of academic freedom.”

      The sad part of this, of course, is there are some departments at some universities – e.g. Psychology at Cal State – Long Beach and Ethnic Studies at Colorado – that are not even close to being as diligent as they should be in their tenure decisions. Frankly, the tenure decision of a faculty vis-a-vis a new addition to that faculty is probably more critical than a marriage contract between two individuals. And any faculty that is careless about such decisions deserves what it gets and must learn to live with it.

      That’s what the principles of academic freedom dictate … and that’s the way it should be. The principle is waaay too important to be revised or scrapped because of a few careless decisions by less than responsible faculty. In my opinion (1) the theories of Kevin MacDonald are bizarre – although I might take one of his courses out of curiosity and for the pleasure of harassing him – and (2) the tenure decision by the department was, without equivocation, irresponsible.

      RWH, at 8:20 am EDT on April 26, 2007

      I congratulate the administration at Long Beach for their measured and reasonable response to this situation. Thanks to the author of the article, also, for a broad and balanced consideration of this very important issue.

      F Mentch, at 9:15 am EDT on April 26, 2007
      No Hate Involved — Response to RWH

      The purpose of academic freedom is to stimulate thought.

      RWH is usually lucid in both his reasoning and conclusions. In this case, his conclusion that the grant of tenure to Prof. MacDonald was irresponsible lacks justification.

      In addition to insufficient information available and no opportunity to Prof. MacDonald to respond, the study of why Jews are loyal to one another is a reasonable topic for those interested in culture (sic psychology).

      The fact that Southern Law, RWH or anyone else would disagree with the views expressed by Prof. MacDonald is irrelevant in an academically free environment.

      Prof. MacDonald offered sufficient defense to escape criticism; i.e., he is careful to present his views in a balanced way (beyond my criteria of only necessary to allow free expression of all views without penalty or abuse) and would never penalize a person for their heritage.

      In response to the title of this article: “hate” does not describe Prof. MacDonald’s merely unorthodox opinions. He has also announced that he is ready to debate his position with people who he believes have sufficient style and knowledge to civilly articulate their position. We need more professors like him.

      William Sumner Scott, J.D.

      [email protected]

      William Sumner Scott, J.D., at 9:50 am EDT on April 26, 2007
      Hate

      It is difficult to comment here on the specifics of Professor Macdonald’s work. However, the word “hate” seems unwarranted to describe an intellectual position on an issue, even when that position involves criticism of matters involving a particular social group. I worry that historical disadvantages that certain groups have suffered are frequently used in the service of suppressing critical perspectives. Such suppression of thought, even when it is misused by some, has implications far beyond restrictions on academic freedom.

      Mathew, at 11:15 am EDT on April 26, 2007

      I can’t believe people are defending this guy. While MacDonald’s Jewish immigration etc. plot is his, theories that the Jews conspire to undermine white majorities or, without exaggerating, take over the world have abounded for centuries. The most infamous example is, of course, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion (1897), a forgery concocted by an anti-Semite that perpetuated the lie of a Jewish conspiracy and subsequently helped to convince 17 million Germans to vote Nazi in 1933.

      Jews have been accused of fictitious atrocities for centuries: poisoning wells, causing the Black Plague, and killing Christian children in order to drink their blood. Such falsehoods are inextricably bound with the Jewish conspiracy theories. Jews have been accused of Communist plotting as well as its converse, capitalist control; left wing social relativism and right wing imperialism; excessive pacifism and military aggression; extreme social reform and dogmatic conservatism. The Jews, in short, have become all conspiracies to all conspirators of all political persuasions. They made—apparently, still make—reliable scapegoats. The conspiracy narrative is always the same: blame the Jews for imagined—and fabricated—wrongdoing, and then punish them for it. Turn them from victims to perpetrators. Then kill them with righteous impunity.

      It happened in 13th Century England, 15th Century Spain, 19th Century Poland and Russia, and, of course, 20th Century Germany, Poland, and Romania. Thanks to people like MacDonald, it could happen again.

      JK, at 11:20 am EDT on April 26, 2007
      RWH Is Learning A Lesson

      In response to W. S. Scott, I have two things to say … including an admission that I’m “revising.”.

      1. My knowledge of Professor MacDonald’s work is clearly not first-hand … and virtually all second-hand reports I have read cast his work as intellectually indefensible. That said, and given what I know, I should never have described his work as “bizarre.” I apologize!

      2. This is clearly a revision of my earlier point, but I will not step away from my criticism of the Department of Psychology at Cal State – Long Beach. That criticism is based on my prejudice that every Community of Scholars – in the Paul Goodman sense – has every right to define itself as it will … and then be subject to market conditions vis-a-vis the ideas it promulgates. I think interesting Communities of Scholars practice “diversity” to some degree – and I happen to believe there is a very strong positive correlation between intellectual diversity and simply being interesting … perhaps even vital.

      That said, CSLU (1) either invited Professor MacDonald to join one of its Communities of Scholars with insufficient information about the extent to which his “generation of ideas” would complement that of other scholars in their community and, therefore, contribute to their intellectual influence (that would be their lack of responsibility) OR (2) once Professor MacDonald was embraced by the CLSU Department of Psychology, they failed to stand by him (that would be their cowardice).

      The “statement” in the second paragraph of Scott’s report – the one that F. Mentch found to be “measured and reasoned” – is nothing more than evidence of a cowardly breakdown of a Community of Scholars. Truth be known, if I were a psychology student looking for a graduate program or if I were a faculty member looking for hir first position, I would factor this information into my decision mechanism … and with a fairly large weight.

      P.S.

      Please forgive me for departing from the subject, but I am now using “s/he” for “he or she,” “hir” for “him or her,” and “h-self” for “himself or herself.” It may seem a bit wussy, but (1) language is dynamic and (2) I can handle that. The alternatives seem so clumsy to me.

      RWH, at 11:20 am EDT on April 26, 2007
      Prof. of Hate

      So, where’s Horowitz these days?

      People might wanna think about the alternatives to academic freedom—especially given the repressive climate in the U.S. today.

      delia

      canada

      delia, at 12:30 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      What if Kevin MacDonald is Correct, is it still hate?

      As a professor who has read Prof. Kevin MacDonald’s trilogy ( a work of immense and impeccable scholarship)I must say that he is right. In fact, he quotes many prominent Jewish leaders that say exactly what he says. Somehow, if a Gentile professor simply quotes Jewish leaders he becomes an “anti-Semite,” if that is true then what are the leaders themselves?

      I read with interest his work on the Jewish leadership in the long running campaign to change American immigration policies and transform America from a 90 percent European descended nation in 1960 into a nation where European Americans will become a minority. Jewish groups brag about this accomplishment.

      Anyone can check out the citations for themselves.

      Of course, as a Jew myself, I am very aware of Jewish cohesion, and although it is not perfect, I dare say that no people are earth are more organized and committed to their common interests.Ironicaly though when our Gentile competitors seek to look after their own interests, such as in the Mideast, we condemn them as anti-Semites. Does that make we Jews “anti-Gentiles.”

      Every Jewish organization says that there needs to be even more Jewish solidarity, but somehow Kevin MacDonald just stating this truth has become an “anti-Semite.” One could not even imagine a Gentile group saying that there needs to be more Gentile solidarity!

      Who is it making this accusation against MacDonald? None other than Heidi Beirich and Mark Potok of the SPLC, the Southern Poverty Law Center. Two Jews who never use the resources of the SPLC to expose supporters in the United States of Apartheid policies in Israel. Most Americans don’t even know that in Israel a marriage between a Jew and Gentile is not legal, but the SPLC would be mighty upset if there were laws forbidding mixed marriages say between Blacks and Whites in America. Almost every Jewish organization in America has programs to fight against Jewish intermarriage with non-Jews. The SPLC is silent on that, but readily condemns any White organization who would campaign against intermarriage with non-Whites.

      MacDonald is a scholar and is far from being an anti-Semite or racist of any kind. He is called that because he has dared to talk about the extreme ethnocentrism, even supremacism exhibited by some powerful Jewish groups in the United States. Liberal Jews in the United States, Israel, and all over the world are painfully aware of Jewish extremism, and we can talk about it to a degree, but woe to a Gentile professor who dares to speak about a reality that has powerful implications in the United States and around the world.

      Professors Walt and Mearsheimer at the Harvard School of Government have exposed quite well the primary role of the Israeli (read Jewish) lobby the catastrophe of the Iraq War.

      Jewish political, economic and media power is the proverbial gorilla in the room that everyone is aware of but no one can speak about.

      The attacks on Prof. MacDonald are testimony to his intelligence and his courage.

      The SPLC for trying to smear Dr. MacDonald as an anti-Semite should be the one condemned.

      Dr. Max Rusky, Dr. at Moscow State University, at 12:35 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      hand wringing

      I want to suggest that the handwringing over MacDonald’s research is inappropriate. No one would have a second thought were he to write about the “strategy” of the civil rights movement, or of the Mormon church in Utah, or of the AAUP, or indeed of the SPLC. If I for example were to say this whole ruckus is part of the SPLC tacky fundraising strategy my views would be essentially mainstream.

      rgd, at 12:50 pm EDT on April 26, 2007

      I agree the Long Beach administration has gotten this right. You will get these people from time to time, and it’s not the university’s job to police people’s politics, no matter how awful their views.

      I’d think twice before appointing the guy to a hiring committee, but RWH’s “community” criterion is a bad idea — it’s vital that tenure does *not* do a broad audit of someone’s political views.

      C, at 1:35 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      Waaay Too Much Reading Between My Lines

      RWH did not — nor would he ever — suggest that someone’s political views should be considered relevant information for employment, promotion, or tenure decisions.

      Scott’s article stated that “The [SPLC] report reviews the career and writings of Kevin MacDonald, a tenured full professor of psychology who has devoted much of his work to studying Jews and what he considers the ‘evolutionary’ way Jewish people band together, in part to undercut white society in the United States.”

      I thought the complaints about MacDonald were about his scholarship, not about his politics. Or did I miss something?

      My complaint about the “Long Beach administration” that C applauds stems from another statement in the article; to wit, “MacDonald has taught at Long Beach since 1985, and for much of that time, his views on Jewish people, immigration and other topics have not been widely known. An editor of the student paper said that prior to the Southern Poverty Law Center investigation [in Spring, 2007 no less], there wasn’t much awareness of MacDonald’s views.”

      That is precisely what caused me to wonder how long those folks have had their heads in the sand. But I suppose it’s not called Cal State – Long Beach for nothing.

      RWH, at 3:25 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      MacDonald Scholarship

      MacDonald’s scholarship is quite good.

      The problems are the selection of what he chooses to believe and the opinions he draws from that scholarship are contrary to mainstream.

      As evidenced by the Moscow State University Prof comment above, mainstream America is fed controlled information and is biased against any confrontation of Jews.

      My observation is that all religious views get little criticism in America.

      Is there a big picture here for all of us to see.

      And, why the slur by RWH against Cal State -Long Beach. Easy to do when we do not know who he is. Cheap shot — not worthy of IHE.

      Quizzical, at 4:25 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      Professor of Hate?

      For what it’s worth, if you read the whole article you will discover that Professor Macdonald was not doing this research at the time of his tenure and promotion — he was studying wolves and aggression in children. The university could hardly have taken his views into consideration in giving him tenure, since he hadn’t yet expressed them.

      DA, at 4:25 pm EDT on April 26, 2007

      David Duke defends him.

      http://www.davidduke.com/general/2084_2084.html#more-2084

      Ironic Irene, at 5:05 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      Where’s the conservative side to this article

      Mr. Jaschik. Don’t you think you did a disservice to IHE readers when he did not call David Horowitz for comment?

      Thom, at 5:05 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      Kevin Macdonald

      Persons interested in this debate might go to the archives of the History of Antisemitism list (on Humanities Net), for an extensive discussion of Macdonald’s scholarship. I have read the latter two volumes of his three volume trilogy and find them typical of other racialist discourses, and without empirical foundation.

      Clare Spark, Independent Scholar, at 8:35 pm EDT on April 26, 2007
      Kevin Macdonald as professor of hate

      Readers might want to consult the extensive discussions of Macdonald on the History of Antisemitism website (H-Antisemitism is part of H-Net).

      I have read the latter two books in his three volume trilogy on Jewish power and find it line with other grossly racialist discourses and without empirical foundation. The notion that a person with his training can write about historical matters beyond his ken is indicative of the general bogus character of interdisciplinary research and publication these days.

      Naturally, the debate here has drawn out other antisemites in support of the insupportable. Academic freedom entails competence, which I challenge anyone here to assign to Macdonald. For instance, quote from his published work on the Jews and then find facts to support his allegations.

      clare spark, Independent Scholar, at 8:35 pm EDT on April 26, 2007

      I find so many of Dr. Rusky’s claims ridiculous. Jews bragging about transforming America’s racial composition? Never in all my time around Jews (my entire life) have I even heard allusion to this until this article and your post, much less bragging of any sort. Jews being the most organized and committed people on earth (how about, say, Armenians?) to their common interests (what would those be, exactly?- good luck finding more than a handful of Jews that precisely agree)? And I guess the general mechanism for Jewish organizations in America fighting against Jewish intermarriage would be what, having events with other Jews present?

      Student, at 4:30 am EDT on April 27, 2007

      http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2007/04/26/macdonald

    3. alex Says:

      [JTA]

      Watchdog: Probe anti-Semitic prof

      A watchdog group called for a probe of a California professor whose anti-Semitic writings have long provided fodder for white supremacists. The Los Angeles Times reported that the Southern Poverty Law Center on Tuesday released its report on Kevin MacDonald, a tenured psychology professor at California State University, Long Beach, who testified on Holocaust denier David Irving’s behalf in his failed 2000 defamation lawsuit against historian Deborah Lipstadt.

      The center said MacDonald’s trilogy of books on the Jewish people argues that although they are “normally a tiny minority in their host countries, Jews, like viruses, destabilize their host societies to their benefit” by pushing “for liberal policies, like immigration and diversity, with the intent of weakening the power of the majority that rules them.”

      The center called for the university to check what MacDonald is teaching in the classroom.

      “What we would like to know is why the university seems intent on protecting Kevin MacDonald rather than looking at his possible violations of policy in the classroom,” center deputy director Heidi Beirich, who wrote the report, told the newspaper. “Our primary intent is not to get rid of Kevin MacDonald but to show the world who he is, what he is doing.”

      MacDonald told the Times that not all instances of anti-Semitism are “irrational,” but added, “I have never talked about Jews in my courses.”

      http://www.jta.org/cgi-bin/iowa/breaking/101396.html

    4. alex Says:

      [Long Beach Press-Telegram]

      Group questions CSULB professor’s research on Jews

      By Kevin Butler, Staff writer

      Article Launched: 04/25/2007 10:56:58 PM PDT

      LONG BEACH – A Cal State Long Beach psychology professor has come under fire from a group that alleges he espouses anti-Semitic views in his research on Jews.

      The Southern Poverty Law Center, which last year visited CSULB to interview faculty, has issued a report stating that tenured Professor Kevin MacDonald “pumps out pages and pages of material on how Jews are genetically driven to destroy Western societies.”

      MacDonald, who joined CSULB in 1985, said the report did not fairly represent his views.

      According to the report by the Montgomery, Ala.-based nonprofit civil-rights group, MacDonald believes that Jews, because they typically have been in the minority in countries, “are compelled by an evolutionary strategy that makes them push for liberal policies, like immigration and diversity, with the intent of weakening the power of the majority that rules them.”

      He told the Press-Telegram that his research shows that the interests of the “organized Jewish community” are in conflict with those of other ethnicities and ultimately aim to “lessen the power of the European-derived majority.”

      He claims that a major “Jewish interest” is a “liberal” immigration policy that has led to a “fragmentation of America,” putting the country at risk of ethnic conflict as the formerly white majority becomes the minority.

      The result is “an uncertain, but nevertheless dangerous future that will develop as white people become a minority, where they are just another group subjected to the whims of people in power,” he said.

      “Groups that put themselves in the minority are putting themselves in a dangerous position,” he added.

      MacDonald’s views of Jews competing against other ethnicities for resources and power disturb CSULB history professor Don Schwartz.

      “Certainly when he talks about Jews as a group having a genetic strategy to win out in the struggle for other groups, this is similar to what other, clearly anti-Semitic groups have said,” Schwartz said.

      “It’s similar to some of the things that Hitler said in `Mein Kampf,’ and it’s similar to what some white supremacist groups have been saying,” he added.

      The report by the Southern Poverty Law Center stated that MacDonald’s work has been cited favorably by white supremacist David Duke.

      MacDonald said that he is not a “genetic determinist” and that his research is focused on ethnic competition and identity.

      Although his research has been cited by Duke, that “doesn’t mean I agree with David Duke’s material,” he said.

      “But there not really anything I can do to prevent” people like Duke from citing his research for their own purposes, MacDonald added.

      Beach Hillel, a campus Jewish youth group, trusts “that the university will take appropriate measures based on these findings to ensure that Long Beach State is an open and welcome place for all minorities and religious groups,” said Rabbi Yonah Bookstein, the spiritual advisor to Beach Hillel.

      MacDonald has drawn criticism for serving as an expert witness in 2000 in support of a London libel lawsuit brought by David Irving, who last year was found guilty by an Austrian jury of the crime of denying the Holocaust and sentenced to jail.

      Irving had sued American professor Deborah Lipstadt and publisher Penguin Books, alleging she libeled him by writing that he had falsified documents in order to deny the scale of the Holocaust.

      Irving lost and was rebuked by the judge, who called him an “active Holocaust denier.”

      MacDonald told the Press-Telegram that he agreed to testify in support of “free speech” and did not mean for his testimony to signal agreement with Irving’s views.

      MacDonald this semester is teaching a class in child and adolescent development and a class in social personality development, according to the university class schedule.

      The Southern Poverty Law Center report links MacDonald to “white supremacist circles,” noting that the professor received a $10,000 award from the Occidental Quarterly, which has been labeled a white nationalist journal.

      MacDonald said that the publication is “open to articles that view white interests” the same way that Jews writing “Zionist articles” discuss their own interests.

      The report also criticizes the university administration for promoting MacDonald to full professor in 1994 and questions the administration’s commitment to diversity.

      CSULB issued a statement on the controversy: “It is this university’s position that academic freedom does not constrain or constrict the spectrum of knowledge, whether that knowledge should be popular or unpopular.”

      “The personal and academic opinions presented by individuals do not necessarily represent the opinions or beliefs of the university or the faculty as a whole,” according to the statement, which added that the university believes in tolerance and diversity.

      Kevin Butler can be reached at [email protected] or (562) 499-1308.
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      I think my scroll wheel burned out.
      Samuel A. Zavala | 04.27.07 – 11:05 am | #

      ATTN: CSU Students

      Your fee and tax dollars at work.
      Duh! | 04.26.07 – 6:17 pm | #

      Just another example of a professor who is safely protected by the ivory tower of tenure!
      CHS | 04.26.07 – 2:01 pm | #

      Prof. MacDonald is being accused of insolence, in my opinion. Ultimately, that is what the charge of anti-Semitism really means.

      Our species is predatory, by nature, which means our species is ethnocentric, hierarchal and territorial, by nature.

      This explains Zionist aggression in Palestine. Where Jews live as a majority, Israel, they aggressively promote the interests of the majority, while undermining the interests of minority ethnic groups.

      Where Jews live as a minority, the typical Jew promotes the interests of minorities, while undermining the interests of the majority.

      This is alpha behavior, pure and simple.

      Predatory species are keen on establishing alpha/beta relationships between individuals and between groups.

      The charge of anti-Semitism is a charge of insolence by the dominant alpha race in the West towards a member of a beta race, (a member of a European racial family), and on rare occasions, it is a charge of insolence towards members of other sovereign races in the West, nonwhites,when they challenge the dominant alpha race.

      Professor MacDonald is guilty of insolence.

      Alpha groups value their race and seek to, at the very least, maintain the power of their race within a particular territory, both in terms of percentage in that society, and its influence within the power structure.

      Europeans are expected to act as members of a beta race, to see their race as a “social construct,” without inherent value, and to fear showing any sign of tribe loyalty or territorial behavior.

      Jews and nonwhites in America are encouraged to be racially conscious, to organize along racial lines, to appoint racially defined leaders, and to discriminate when in their ethnic interests.

      That is alpha behavior.

      European-Americans fear showing any of the above beharior.

      That is beta behavior enforced by alpha races.

      European-Americans in the power structure who show ethnic aggression towards a member of an alpha race are expected to do the white man’s crawl.

      To beg forgiveness from members of alpha races, who are by definition are racially conscious and racially aggressive.

      The Abe Foxmans, the Al Sharptons, the Jesse Jacksons and the Mark Poltoks.

      Imus is the most recent example. Trent Lott, Mel Gibson and the Rev. Billy Graham are other notables.
      Jill Henrie | Homepage | 04.26.07 – 6:33 am | #

      http://www.presstelegram.com/news/ci_5753007

    5. alex Says:

      Law Center Calls For Probe Into CSULB Professor

      (CBS) LONG BEACH, Calif. The Southern Poverty Law Center wants an investigation into the campus activities of Cal State Long Beach psychology professor Kevin MacDonald, whose writings about Jews have been used to support the views of white supremacists.

      The law center, which has collected statistics for years on what it considers hate groups, wants Cal State to look into what MacDonald is teaching students and wants to shine a light on his voluminous writings on Jews, the Los Angeles Times reported.

      Heidi Beirich, the center’s deputy director and author of a report scheduled to be released this week, told The Times that the the university “seems intent on protecting Kevin MacDonald rather than looking at his possible violations of policy in the classroom.”

      Of particular concern, according to forthcoming center report, are MacDonald’s theories suggesting that “Jews, who have typically been in the minority in countries around the world, are compelled by an evolutionary strategy that makes them push for liberal policies, like immigration and diversity, with the intent of weakening the power of the majority that rules them.”

      MacDonald, a fully tenured professor with a doctorate in behavioral sciences from the University of Connecticut, told The Times that although he has written books on what he calls the evolutionary psychology of Jews, “I have never talked about Jews in my courses.”

      But he acknowledged that his scholarly research has convinced him that not every instance of anti-Semitism is “irrational.”

      “Jews, as a group, have interests that sometimes conflict with the interests of the people they live among,” MacDonald, who teaches students seeking a degree in child development, told The Times.

      http://cbs2.com/topstories/local_story_115112947.html

    6. Scott Says:

      All through my school years many of my teachers and professors made anti-wasp comments. Now for my son it has morphed into just anti-white comments which his idiot teachers happily lay on him. Where are the angry denuciations for this hateful racism he has to bear?

    7. sgruber Says:

      Just more evidence of jewish supremacism here:

      http://www.lewrockwell.com/orig6/williamson2.html

      Wolfowitz isn’t a WASP.

      Note that the writer appears wise (how could such an intelligent woman studying these scandals not be?) but probably has to tone it down or else lewpus won’t publish (cf. Bob Wallace kerfluffle).

      Yeah, jews have no evil drive to control the world. It’s all a canard. Right.

    8. mantra77 Says:

      Regarding Kevin MacDonald everyone here should do two things.

      One. Go to Occidental Quarterly and read Kevin’s latest:

      Psychology and White Ethnocentrism

      It’s well worth the read. The only thing missing is heavier emphasis on the fact people who assert group interests while white face neo-McCarthyite persecutions for “racism”. (These involve organized blacklists, intimidation and economic strangulaton of dissidents – see Walt-Maersheimer report for details regarding Jewish persecution methodology). That’s not to say he doesn’t bring it up, it’s just that in my mind it should have been stressed far more.

      Two. Email him (kmacd [at] csulb.edu) with a short note expressing support. Example,

      Subject: Beirich is an imbecile

      Professor MacDonald,

      First, your trilogy is a masterpiece. I’ve got CofC.

      Second, instead of neo-McCarthyite persecution, they’re trying to tank you with the blackout treatment. Yet Beirich, who appears to be operating of her own initiative, is violating the quarantine. After Dees, it seems the SPLC has recruited some very low quality personnel. Beirich, for example, doesn’t understand that you either go all out on the blackout or all out on the persecution. You can’t do both.

      I say three cheers for this Beirich imbecile. You couldn’t get a moron like this on your case if you paid for it.

      Third, anti-semitism & other labels.

      When whites engage in racial favoritism toward whites (and, by logical extension, discrimination against non-whites), its called racism. When other groups engage in racial favoritism, it’s called ethnic solidarity. When anyone objects to Jewish racial favoritism, its called anti-semitism. When anyone buys into these word games, its called being a brain dead moron.

      Regards,
      Steven Palese

      He checks his mail regularly and will probably reply same day.

      ———–
      Bob’s Riddle

      All anti-white racists agree that it’s ok for whites to become minorities in their own countries. All anti-white racists also agree that a Japanese person who wants to become a minority in his own country is either a traitor or clinically insane. Therefore, what is an anti-white racist? Answer

    9. mantra77 Says:

      Reading through Butler’s article I just can’t help commenting on this joker’s piece. He writes:

      “He [MacDonald] claims that a major “Jewish interest” is a “liberal” immigration policy that has led to a “fragmentation of America,” putting the country at risk of ethnic conflict as the formerly white majority becomes the minority.”

      This claim is not original to Kevin MacDonald. Jewish groups themselves state quite plainly that after securing Israel’s borders their second priority is tearing up ours:

      “A Jewish community divided on a range of other issues is mostly united behind the need for comprehensive immigration reform and regards the House bill as a good first step.

      “Once you get past the Israel issue, it’s near the top of the list of priorities for a lot of groups,” said Haddar Susskind, Washington representative for the Jewish Council for Public Affairs (JCPA).

      “It’s one issue where there’s mostly agreement between progressive grass-roots groups and the big national organizations,” said Mik Moore, director of policy for the Jewish Funds for Justice. “There is a real sense of common cause.””

      http://www.thejewishweek.com/news/newscontent.php3?artid=13852

      ————-
      Bob’s Riddle

      All anti-white racists agree that it’s ok for whites to become minorities in their own countries. All anti-white racists also agree that a Japanese person who wants to become a minority in his own country is either a traitor or clinically insane. Therefore, what is an anti-white racist? Answer

    10. Vox Populae Says:

      While getting a Bachelor’s in Business Administration from Lindenwood University in St. Charles Missouri, I took a required course in Social Sciences. One of the class field trips was to a Holocaust Museum in Creve Coeur Missouri. After the class had assembled in the entry foyer the professor began the tour with the statement:

      “Can anyone tell me why Christians hate jews?”

      I immediately protested and asked the professor “Are you claiming that the holocaust was caused by the Christians?”

      To which she replied “There is no doubt that the Nazi’s were Christians and history supports that.”

      I told her in front of everyone “That is complete bullshit and a boldfaced lie. The evidence is that Hitler and the Nazi’s mocked ALL world religions in his quest to discredit religion and realign the state as the “official” religion and that is the only reason that certain ceremonies paralleled known Christian symbolic gestures.”

      She later pulled me aside and told me that “I was THROUGH!! in her class” to which I replied “If I receive a failing grade now it will only insure that not only will I sue Lindenwood but also you as well and I will make your teachings well known to the media that you are teaching anti-Christianity and are a bigot and an anti-Christian.”

      I received an “A” for the class although truthfully my work only merited perhaps a “B”. However, this is an important note as I am sure others may have similar stories concerning the Anti-Christian and Anti-White teachings of most of the secular Universities in the United States.

    11. Jews are still trying to silence/fire Dr. Kevin MacDonald | Cool Kids Rebel Says:

      […] MacDonald, 63, is no stranger to controversy. In 2000, he testified on behalf of David Irving, a controversial World War II historian who suffered a stinging defeat in a London courtroom in a libel suit he filed against another writer who described him as a Holocaust denier. Irving also served 13 months in prison in Austria after pleading guilty to denying the Holocaust, a crime in that country. […]

    12. Coup d'Etat Says:

      Jews will continue to enforce everyone to think inside the box, forcing people to accept the philosophy that jews were so victimized in WWII never allowing anyone to question their tactics or their criminal organizations including the Southern Poverty Law Center. Organizations such as this have licensed attorneys who are allowed to practice law while circumventing every law on the books. Many of them support illegal aliens which is a federal offense, but these jews think they are so special that they will never be charged for aiding and abetting while Whites are being discriminated and arrested on a daily basis. This is just a small example of how jews corrupt and damage our society, but yet anyone who questions the jews’ behavior is anti-semetic. This should tell everyone that the jews don’t know how to debate the truth.

    13. Whiteman Says:

      “I told her in front of everyone “That is complete bullshit and a boldfaced lie. The evidence is that Hitler and the Nazi’s mocked ALL world religions in his quest to discredit religion and realign the state as the “official” religion and that is the only reason that certain ceremonies paralleled known Christian symbolic gestures.””

      So you have about as much respect for the truth as your kike-loving professor does.

      The 3rd Reich was supportive of Christianity to the extent that it could be used to unite the German peoples into a cohesive, racially-oriented society because it was a rather dominant religion at the time.

      The state ‘religion’ of the 3rd Reich was belief in the will of the German people to achieve new cultural heights for itself. To this end, the Reich banned negative Jewish influences, such as Jews themselves and their degenerative institutions. Germans under the Reich had incredible freedom. It was not worship of the state, as you so inaccurately put forth.

      Reactionary neo-cohens like yourself are about as bad as the liberal kikes themselves.

    14. chrisperry Says:

      Thanks SPLC for the motivation to finally purchase The Culture of Critique. It must hit home a little too close for Hymie Schnozawitz and the Bah Mitzvahs. Better write a letter to Amazon.com because used copies are going for $13. ITZ a bargain!!!!!

    15. Celtic Warrior Says:

      The biological-war and evolutionary apects of the jew strategy are things that White people can get a handle on.

      We must thank Professor McDonald for using the concepts of host/parasite and virus/infection as powerful analogies in discussing destructive jew behavior.

    16. Revilo Says:

      Let me second the recommendation of MacDonald’s latest in Occidental Quarterly.

      http://www.theoccidentalquarterly.com/

    17. Beast Says:

      Kudos and thunderous applause to Prof. Kevin MacDonald.

      The cracking dam of truth is opening upon the Jews, and they can’t keep their fingers in the leaks for too much longer. They can’t keep packing the holes with their sewage. Too many people are finding out about them. They can’t control our input any longer thanks to the net and the word getting out about brilliant white men such as Kevin MacDonald. We have our own media now.

      One notices the same overt pattern again and again with the Jews. They can do nothing but attack and attempt to silence. Or in Kevin’s case, get him fired. It’s really ludicrous on the face of it. Rational folks ought to ask themselves why Kevin should lose his job. Is he telling lies and corrupting young minds with his hateful rhetoric? Or is he just telling it like it is? Well, rational person, which is it? And why should a member of 2.5% of the population have any say as to the campus policies of UCLB? What gives? Who says so? The students? The faculty? Some bizarre outside pressure group looking out for the people’s interests?

      Any reasoned approach would be to take Kevin’s work and dissect it. To provide counter argument, to debate the merits of his assertions, to pick it apart and prove it untrue. But they can’t, because it’s true. Jews hate the truth. They label, smear, and gang up on those who speak truthfully about them. The last recourse of the fool is always the personal attack. You’ll notice the personal attack is the Jews’ only resort. As one poster wisely pointed out: it’s either a blackout or a full on hit job. You can’t do both. Because the truth is absolute. It doesn’t have any gray areas. Not a single paragraph of CoC can be refuted or proven erroneous. So Kevin must go, in the name of cultural diversity and acceptance on campus. Kevin has to lose his income because Jews say so.

      In a time of universal deceit, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. Revolutions take place against tyrannies and corruption. Telling the truth about our Jewish tyrants and their corruption makes Prof. MacDonald a revolutionary writer of the highest caliber. I hope his book creates cognitive clones of every single person who reads it. We simply need everyone we can to beat the Jews. Get on board people! Don’t be afraid! Only together can the white race defeat its enemies.

      We have to make life so uncomfortable and miserable for them that they pack up and get out of our countries or simply off themselves as a way to make a self-sacrifice for a better world.

    18. holycost Says:

      The Jewish cunts wants to expose KM ,supposedly a WS. Of course with no rhetorical on his part to counter the Jews smear campaign. If KM is a crackpot as the jews claim to be, give KM a weekly show for him to explain his side of the thesis, and let the audience decide if he is a racist, crackpot ect .

    19. Celtic_Patriot Says:

      Kevin MacDonald has very well researched information showing exactly how the Jews have pushed for specifically non-European immigration into the United States as a means to target an Anglo-Saxon ethical group based on the principles of the Founding Fathers.

      He carefully studies how Jews have only targeted immigration from a racial perspective and not a moral or ethical one.

      Read Professor Kevin MacDonald’s works, they are lucid and well substantiated by facts. It will surely strengthen your White racail resolve to maintain what the USA Founding Fathers had intended.

      Thank you for this information site, Alex.

    20. brutus Says:

      Regarding the SPLC report.

      What else is the jew supposed to do? Admit MacDonald is right?

      MacDonald’s work gives our movement scholarly gravitus. This elevated intellectual stature coupled with the great dissemination potential of the internet have created a prodigious synergy that has the jew running in a blind panic.

      I find it amusing as I watch the jew repeatedly ratchet-up the intensity of the nigger-emersion-brainwashing coming at us via the ad agencies and other media. They can’t seem to understand that their over-the-top hysterical approach is creating a diminishing return. They are giving us all of the ammunition that we need!

      .

    21. -JC Says:

      CSUSB’s Levin to serve on panel for criminal justice event

      Nov. 3, 2006
      SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. – Cal State San Bernardino criminal justice professor, [Jew] Brian Levin, a criminologist, civil rights attorney, and director for the university’s Study of Hate and Extremism, will be among the high-profile panelists who will participate in a criminal justice forum presented by the California State University on Friday, Nov. 3, at Cal State Los Angeles.
      The forum, which will take place from 9:15 a.m. to noon at Cal State L.A.’s Golden Eagle, will examine the California State University’s role in preparing students for the multitude of occupations in the criminal justice field. It will take a look at the specific programs offered at the 23 CSU campuses throughout the state.
      Showcasing the event will be a panel of experts from throughout California who work in law enforcement, forensics, judicial service, criminalistics, homeland security, criminal justice education and other specialties.
      While forensics activities such as DNA, carpet fiber and fingerprint analysis have been widely portrayed in mainstream media and have helped increase college student interest in criminology in recent years, those are just a few of the disciplines in the broad criminal justice spectrum.
      More than 7,900 students are enrolled in criminal justice programs on CSU campuses. Annually, the CSU system graduates 1,800 criminal justice professionals into the workforce. That represents 89 percent of the California’s total graduates in this field.
      “Criminal justice is one the most timely and popular fields of study today,” said California State University Chancellor Charles B. Reed. “This panel of experts will not only explore the university’s vital role in preparing students to tackle the challenges within criminal justice, but also the skills and commitment needed by students to succeed in the fields that interest them.”
      Los Angeles District Attorney Steve Cooley will provide the event’s opening remarks.
      The forum’s keynote speaker will be Elizabeth Devine, co-executive producer of the hit television show “CSI Miami” and former head of the Los Angeles Sheriff Department’s crime scene investigation unit. Devine retired in 2000 after 15 years with the LASD and joined the production of “CSI” as a technical consultant.
      Levin, who was recently interviewed on the CBS News program”60 Minutes,” will participate on the panel of criminal justice experts, which will be moderated by broadcaster and Cal State Los Angeles professor Tony Cox. Other panelists include:
      • Rolanda Pierre-Dixon, supervising district attorney of the domestic violence division, Santa Clara County District Attorney’s Office, and the county’s expert on domestic violence.
      • Barry Fisher, director, Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Office, Crime Laboratory
      • Michael Judge, chief public defender for the county of Los Angeles with oversight for 40 offices and more than 700 lawyers
      • Scott LaChasse, vice president of security and emergency services for Paramount Pictures
      • Michael Nash, presiding judge, Los Angeles Juvenile Court at the Edelman’s Children Court facility
      • Ralph W. Partridge, acting special agent in charge, Drug Enforcement Administration, Los Angeles Field Division
      For a complete view of the CSU’s impact on the field of criminal justice as well as other industries, go to http://www.calstate.edu/impact/.
      For more information, contact Cal State San Bernardino’s public affairs office at (909) 537-5007 and visit http://www.news.csusb.edu.

      [Couldn’t figure-out how to include his picture]]

      Cal State San Bernardino criminal justice professor [Jew] Brian Levin, director for the university’s Study of Hate and Extremism, will be among the high-profile panelists who will participate in a criminal justice forum

    22. Michael Mavros Says:

      I own a copy of The Culture of Critique and everything the Professor says is documented and true. The jews have no counter argument so they slander him as an anti-semite. Kevin MacDonald is a scientist who documents facts, facts which shed light on jewish behavior.

    23. white_skelet Says:

      “…(MacDonald acknowledges that most people think Jews are white, and says that in a black/white/Asian trio of races, Jews would be white, but several times in a phone conversation he refers to the “Middle Eastern” genetic roots of European Jews and refers to Jewish people and white people as separate groups.)…”

      The most interesting bit for me.
      As always, Jews want to be white, and since it’s impossible, they’ll mute everyone who states the opposite.
      It’s a big taboo: just go tell this at Amren or Stormfront…

    24. van helsing Says:

      I work for DOD. I think macdonald’s appearance on vdare got vdare shut off from access at my facility.

      the national vanguard replacement site is available, however.

      go figure.

    25. shabbos shabazz Says:

      “It’s a big taboo: just go tell this at Amren”

      Many posters at AMREN blame the “whites at the top.”

      I submitted a posting saying “they ain’t white”- it was posted.

      Hints are dropped like-“we all know who is REALLY behind this.”

      AMREN regulars all know itz about jews. Many are quite aggravated that it can’t be directly addressed. There IS too much blaming of other races, including whites.

    26. Coup d'Etat Says:

      van helsing:

      Oh, so you have a jew in your DOD department that got upset about Dr. MacDonald? Not surprising. Jews are in every level in our society, continually making sure that no White man gets a doctorate degree and talk about jews in a truthful, intelligent fashion. They make sure that free speech gets depressed. Speech that will harm their agenda. Apparently, MacDonald has hit them hard to the point of extreme fear. LOL — They don’t want to go down, and they know that if MacDonald gets away with his writings and thesis, the jews will go down. By the way, SPLC doesn’t have a case, but they will make up one and pay off the attorneys and judges with their dirt money. Same behavior as the mob, but far worse than any Italian mob ever was.

    27. Junghans Says:

      Kevin has been targeted by Judah because he has made major waves with his objective, impeccable scholarship, and has an intellectual following. If you have a triple digit IQ and are not totally dumbed-down, get his book ‘The Culture of Critique’ and start to learn about your unreal Judaized world.

    28. John Dietrich Says:

      I have always instinctively trusted my own people about the Jews, and my gut instinct.
      Kevin MacDonald has explained what everybody knows: Jews are hate-filled troublemakers wherever they go, and their net contribution to whatever host society they feed upon is always negative.
      Dr. MacDonald is to be revered for his courageous and pioneering work on this breed of sneering, ugly inbred humanoids.
      Unfortunately, he will probably be bumped off by the self-chosen, not unlike Jörg Haider of happy memory.
      Die Juden sind unser Unglück! With Jews, you lose!