A while back, I wrote about local Jewish anti-white crusader Sam Sachs. Alas, there is no shortage of Jews who rise up, like dandelions, to “fight hate” and “take a stand against racism.” It’s been a while since I’ve visited The Daily Stormer or Stormfront, but as I recall, their pages are graced with the names of Jews (real or imagined) who make names for themselves demonizing whites – that is to say, demonizing whites who are proud* of being white.
Today’s addition to this Wall of Shame is Rep. Max Rose. Yahoo interviewed him, and published an article about his ideas for fighting neo-Nazi terrorism. In the interview, and in the article, Max equates “white-nationalism” with “white-supremacy” and neo-Nazism. He also condemned Trump’s comment that there were good people on both sides in the Charlottesville incident. Was he there, and did he speak to every one of the protesters? I fail to understand how he could possibly know that every single one of them was evil otherwise. Perhaps he could explain this to us.
At the same time, he has no problem with Islam; he does not equate Islam with “Islamism” or “Jihad.” If Mediagov treated Islam the same way it treats white-nationalism, would it surprise anybody if a swelling of the ranks of Islamic terrorists ensued? Muslims would see no alternatives other than abandoning their faith or terrorism.
Here are some chilling quotes from the article:
“Max Rose is right,” says Jason Blazakis, a terrorism expert at the Middlebury Institute of International Studies and a former top official at the State Department. Blazakis says it is appropriate to treat white nationalist groups as transnational syndicates, a model that runs counter to the “lone wolf” mythology long associated with white supremacist violence. “Rose is asking the right question,” he adds…
“We have to stop talking about free speech,” he says, an allusion to the First Amendment rights that white supremacists frequently invoke, as do the civil libertarians who may loathe racism but worry about threats to the Constitution…
The remedy Rose has proposed is to treat any American white nationalist group that associates with similar groups abroad as a foreign terrorist organization. The list of those organizations, which is kept by the State Department, now has 69 members and includes the likes of the al-Aqsa Martyrs Brigade and the Real Irish Republican Army.
At some point, as American demographics continue to deteriorate, Max’s vision will probably become reality – and I’d like to adapt an old saying:
First they came for the Neo-Nazis, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a Neo-Nazi.
Then they came for the White-Nationalists, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a White-Nationalist.
Then they came for the White-Advocates, and I did not speak out—
Because I was not a White-Advocate.
Then they came for me—and there was no one left to speak for me.
Max, if your vision of America comes to fruition, then it’s only a matter of time before they come for YOU.
If Max seeks to understand the roots of anti-Semitism, he need only look in the mirror. I have no doubts that The Daily Stormer is having a field day with Max’s outbursts. Jews like Max are the reason so many white-advocates consider Jews to be the arch enemies of whites. Jews like Max complain about the spreading fire of anti-Semitism even as they throw kerosene upon the flames.
In the interview, Max points out that there are very few Jews in the world… Has he looked at white birthrates lately? I can’t help but get the impression that he desires the same fate for whites. Either that or he’s simply a political opportunist, with no convictions whatsoever.
If he has a problem with ethnic nationalism, then let him start with Israel. I’m not holding my breath.
Max, if you read this, I would love to get a response. Again, I’m not holding my breath.
*“Proud” being a word with more than one meaning. It doesn’t necessarily involve one’s own accomplishments; it depends on context.