Robert Weissberg has chosen to humiliate himself before the Inquisition:
“But Weissberg, who describes himself to me as a “1960s color-blind liberal” and said his speech at the conference was “anti-white nationalism,” feels that the Review’s response was “bizarre,” and even compared it to a Soviet show trial.”
George Zimmerman is a colorblind liberal.
“White nationalism is not really an ideology, its obnoxious,” he said. “As I told them at the conference, you’re better off being called a child molester than a white nationalist. So, I said, if you are a white nationalist, why not move to a place that’s all white?”
In the Soviet Union, the term “anti-Soviet” was used to police the boundaries of the “mainstream” and anti-communist dissidents were similarly accused of various mental illnesses in order to pathologize and marginalize the opposition. Lysenkoism was also an official ideology throughout the Soviet bloc.
“I’m not a white nationalist,” Weissberg added. “I’m a 1960s color-blind liberal…. I remember being in NYC when the Civil Rights Act passed in 1964. We were dancing in the streets.”
I hope Weissberg isn’t invited to speak at another Amren conference.
Why would anyone invite a 1960s colorblind liberal Jew who celebrated the Civil Rights Act of 1964 by dancing in the streets and who compares White Nationalists to child molesters to speak at one of your events?
Note: I’ve criticized White Nationalism many times in the past, but never on the grounds of “liberalism” or “colorblindness.”