2 July, 2014

Book Review

Posted by Socrates in 'Indians', 'Native Americans', America, America's founders, book reviews, books, democracy, democrazy, Emma Lazarus, Israel Zangwill, jewed culture, jewed politics, Jim Crow laws, Kennewick Man, Loving v. Virginia, Neocons, Socrates at 2:43 pm | Permanent Link

It’s a book about Leo Strauss, a well-known, neoconservative Jew who believed that “America should not be White, but a melting pot.” That “melting pot” idea was, of course, started by another Jew, the poet Emma Lazarus. In fact, Jews have led the movement to de-Whiten America with the melting pot lie and other lies. (On the melting pot topic: Newbies, note for the record that The United States of America was founded by White men. It wasn’t founded by Blacks, Mexicans, Indians, Jews or women. It was founded as a White republic, not a melting pot, everyone-is-equal democrazy. In fact, Blacks didn’t have fully equal rights until the ending of the Jim Crow laws in 1967 [1]. In other words, Blacks haven’t been “equal” for very long. And what about the Indians? Weren’t they here first? No, actually, they weren’t. Kennewick Man shows that some non-Indians were here first, but it wouldn’t matter, anyway, because the Indians were mostly wandering nomads with no claim to any specific land).


[1] i.e., the Loving v. Virginia court ruling

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