I was looking at Hunter’s post about David Frum, and noticed this very interesting Frum quote:
So if Jews do “hate” Palin, this may be just another manifestation of the old rule about Jews being like other people, only more so.
Still, if the question is to be put anywhere, Commentary is the right place to do it. It’s a magazine with a special mission to explain the Jewish community to itself. So – Jew to Jew, Commentary contributor to Commentary contributor – I’ll join Rubin’s thinking exercise.
In this second quoted paragraph you can see a jealously guarded privilege that the Jewish community reserves the right to “explain the Jewish community to itself..” You get a sense that they would like to make it illegal for us to talk about them, because they, like the Radiohead song, “they’re so very special.”
Too bad. They’ve made themselves center stage to the world. The whole world knows that Jews control America. even if Americans themselves have been kept from this knowledge. For now.
I can see attempts by Internet bodies to control speech on the Internet, especially “hate speech.” The funny thing about that is that we’ll just use code.
If we have to use code to talk about Jews, by law, that will actually give us an incredible advantage. They will have made a huge mistake. Because this code will develop and because it is in code, more people, not less, will join the code-talking group. Also, Jews will become a huge object of ridicule if so-called “governing bodies” make it illegal to talk about them.