Include/Exclude

Auster has a new thread up at VFR attacking Lindsay Wheeler and the other “anti-Semites” at Majority Rights. It’s an instructive example of a trait we commonly see amongst Jews: a reflexive, unconscious obsessive need to exclude their critics complemented by the equally obsessive, pushy demand to include Jews in all discussions and every facet of Gentile life.

 

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  1. I’d like to see you address some of Auster’s criticisms instead of just asserting that it’s a Jew’s defensive reaction. Auster made Wheeler look like the complete moron that he is. Auster quotes Wheeler as writing, “It has nothing to do with anti-semitism. Jews are to wander and the Jews are to be suppressed. That is the teaching of the Roman Catholic Church and the Orthodox Church. And so Mr. Auster condemns the teaching of the Holy Catholic Orthodox Church? I think not.” Leaving aside the fact that there is no such thing as the “Holy Catholic Orthodox Church”, the entire line of thought is that of pre-scientific, barely literate moron.

  2. Which “criticism” are you referring to? Wheeler merely points out that Israel is a colonial state which resorted to violence (true) and terrorism (true again) to establish itself. It is not surprising in the least that its actions have invited reprisals.

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