15 April, 2008

Loxism in Long Beach: Jews Hunt for Witches in the Sunshine

Posted by alex in academia, Kevin MacDonald at 4:01 pm | Permanent Link

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Long Beach History Dept. Statement on MacDonald

MacDonald reply #1

MacDonald reply #2

MacDonald’s new book: Cultural Insurrections

[Long Beach college paper articles]

Psychology professor denounces departments’ reprimands of his work

Statements from various CSULB departments deplore professor Kevin MacDonald’s allegedly racist writings.

Colleen Donnelly

Issue date: 4/14/08 Section: News

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Hate speech forum makes waves in Beach Auditorium

CSULB psychology professor Kevin MacDonald, anti-illegal immigration sentiments and white supremacist “lone wolves” discussed.

Joanne Tucker
Issue date: 4/15/08 Section: News

Kevin O’Grady, a panelist on Monday’s forum from the Anti-Defamation League, addresses the crowd in the Beach Auditorium on Monday.

The Campus Forum on Hate Speech, Hate Crimes and Far Right Movements attracted a full crowd in the Beach Auditorium Monday, as panelists discussed hate crimes and ways to prevent future hate violence.

University Police officers were also present at the forum and provided a designated free speech zone outside the University Student Union.

As the opening event for LGBT Diversity Week, panelists of the forum agreed that “celebrating diversity is such a strong message,” said panelist Randy Blazak, director of Hate Crimes Research Network. “It’s more than tolerance.”

One of the main topics of the forum was CSULB psychology professor Kevin MacDonald, whose published works have caused him to be accused of anti-Semitism and being a neo-nazi supporter.

“He’s essentially reliving all the anti-Semitic views of the last 100 years,” said panelist Heidi Beirich from the Alabama-based Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC), who investigated MacDonald in 2006. The SPLC tracks hate groups and crimes nationwide.

All panelists agreed that “the university needs to distance themselves from the work of MacDonald,” Beirich said.

“MacDonald has been heralded by neo-nazi groups,” said panelist Kevin O’Grady from the Anti-Defamation League. “Your university … refuses to condemn him.”

O’Grady said that he felt “silence sends a very clear and resounding message.”

“This doesn’t have to be a highly technical response to MacDonald,” Beirich said. She said that a press release by CSULB President F. King Alexander disassociating the university with MacDonald would be all that was necessary.

“No one is trying to squash free speech,” said panelist Brian Chase from Lambda Legal, a civil rights organization. “We’re trying to squash harassment.”

Alexandra Jaffe, an associate linguistics professor at CSULB, said she is “among the people that say it’s not legitimate research. He is free to say it, and we are free to express our strongest possible distance with him.”

In an April 11 e-mail statement sent to the Daily Forty-Niner, Alexander wrote that “despite the fact that I personally disagree and even find deplorable some beliefs and opinions expressed by a few individuals on our campus, particularly those ideas that are hurtful of certain groups, I believe as Thomas Jefferson stated that ‘errors of opinion may be tolerated where reason is left free to combat it.'”

Alexander further explained that the university is a forum itself. “Universities should also be firmly committed, even at times when it is against popular opinion, to freedom of thought and when we act to restrict opinions from the far right or the far left, then it will not be long before we can no longer call ourselves a university.”

Panelists agreed that student response to MacDonald is just as important as an executive response.

“You can pick at him,” Beirich said. “You have every opportunity to stand up against him … I hope you do take action.”

According to the SPLC, the number of hate groups has increased by more than 45 percent, from 602 to 888, since 2000.

“The reason is largely a backlash against America’s changing demographics as a result of immigration,” Beirich said.

Panelist Nativo Lopez from the Mexican American Political Association also discussed illegal immigration hate groups.

According to Lopez, more than 62 percent of Americans, including Republicans, “express agreement to legalization of illegal immigrants.”

“The growth of the immigrant population is an unstoppable tendency,” Lopez said.

One other problem O’Grady discussed was keeping track of “the existence of lone wolves – the individual white supremacists and skinheads.”

Blazak said the amount of underreported hate crimes emerges as a problem when trying to study hate groups, calling the dilemma a “huge underside of the iceberg.”

“There is a continuing effort to increase the reporting,” O’Grady said. “Hate flourishes anytime good people don’t speak up.”

Tiffany Rider also contributed to this report.

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  7. 9 Responses to “Loxism in Long Beach: Jews Hunt for Witches in the Sunshine”

    1. Stronza Says:

      “You can pick at him,” Beirich said. “You have every opportunity to stand up against him … I hope you do take action.”

      You can PICK AT HIM? What the **** does this mean?

      I would rather be locked in a cage with genuine vultures and hyenas than that succubus.

      May the entire Pacific coast of California go up in flame and fall into the sea, if one hair of MacDonald’s head is harmed.

    2. Racial Nationalist Says:

      Hideous Heidi can be seen at the link above.

    3. Howdy Doody Says:

      Please will some one pin point link for ugly mug, if you know ?

    4. Socrates Says:

      I’ve only seen one link re: the CSULB event, and that’s this link:


    5. Stronza Says:

      Clicking on Racial Nationalist will also pull up a likeness of the fair lass.

    6. Osama bin Laden Says:

      Where was Heidi when her fellow Jews as professors promulgated anti-White doctrines and class curricula?

      Jews ARE THE REASON for anti-Semitism! They oppose all speech critical of any other group except Whites. They believe in one set of standards for Jews and minorities and a different standard for Whites.

      This is why Hitler came to power. Jews always act out for themselves. They refuse to integrate or respect the values of the majority. They spit on us. Kevin MacDonald’s very words are being proven true by these Jewish detractors who defame and slander him.



    8. Stronza Says:

      David, Jeff, Rachel & Jacob are Mayor Gordon’s progeny. Sounds like half the old testament is represented.

    9. Stronza Says:

      Re the Maricopa County Sheriff: an acquaintance of mine sent me a large article about that mean old sheriff some time ago. I didn’t know that she was such a right-winger! Here is one small paragraph from the article:

      Yup, he was reelected last year with 83% of the vote. Now he’s in trouble with the ACLU again. He painted all his buses and vehicles with a mural, that has a special hotline phone number painted on it, where you can call and report suspected illegal aliens. Immigrations and Customs Enforcement wasn’t doing enough in his eyes, so he had 40 deputies trained specifically for enforcing immigration laws, started up his hotline, and bought 4 new buses just for hauling folks back to the border. He’s kind of a ‘Git-R Dun’ kind of Sheriff.