20 May, 2021

Space Commander Says: DOD Video Calls White People Evil

Posted by Socrates in "woke", anthropology, anthropology (Jewing of), Claude Levi-Strauss, Critical Race Theory, Cultural Marxism, dispossession & destruction, Diversity, diversity is hate, jewed culture, Jewed workplaces, leftism, leftism as a Jewish construct, leftists, liberal mindset, liberalism, liberals, Socrates, War On White Males, War On White People, Western civilization, Western culture, Western decline, White inventions, White Nationalists, White philosophy, White technology, White thought at 1:27 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Claude Levi-Strauss’ favorite people. He loved them. He probably had sexual fantasies about them).

I’ll keep saying it: leftism is an attack on White Western culture. Period. Nothing else. Leftism doesn’t build. It only tears down. It’s an endless dismantling of our culture. (Look what the leftists did to Donald Trump! Not only did they remove him from office via election fraud, but they also censored him afterwards, and he’s still censored. He’s permanently banned from social media). Here’s the “best” part: leftism, as we know it today, is a Jewish construct. That’s right. In fact, the idea that the White world is “bad” and the Black/Brown world is “good” came from the Jewish “anthropologist” Claude Levi-Strauss. Levi-Strauss also said that primitive Indian tribes, in, say, the Amazon jungle, weren’t really primitive and, in fact, the tribes had the mental sophistication of people in White Western societies (absolutely not true. Pure bullshit. Whites invented the world and gave it to mankind: electricity, the telephone, the automobile, the airplane, physics, etc.) [1].



[1] re: the “bad/good” race theory, Levi-Strauss thought that Whites were thuggish, colonialist invaders while the Brown savages were sweet, humble and innocent of all wrongdoing. That was his basic theory. Jewish author/historian Norman F. Cantor calls that “bad/good” race theory “the cardinal doctrine of all leftist-leaning thought since 1960” (see Cantor’s 1994 book “The Sacred Chain: The History of the Jews,” page 421. Cantor’s book is worth reading)

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