And coincidentally, I read your post right after I finished watching a much more appalling video that’s been brought to my attention:
full link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=44vzMNG2fZc
It’s aptly called “With Open Gates: The forced collective suicide of European nations”, and it’s an absolutely must watch. It ends with the same old J-witch Barbara Lerner Spectre boasting about the “leading role” of Jews in “facilitating” the “inevitable” multiculturalization of Europe.
Anyway, we agree practically on everything but on one point you make:
Why don’t we let these Jews whom you say are “clearly not in on it” defend themselves and expose their PMs as we do with our own? And by the way, why haven’t they done so here yet, I wonder? I can assure you that if we had a thread on Italian Mafia, for example, Italians would dominate it, or at least they would be the first to criticize this phenomenon, which is a degeneration of their culture, as I’ve pointed out before.Apache wrote:Maybe it needs to be made clearer that JPMs are misusing Jewry for their own nefarious purposes? JPMs clearly agitate both Jewry and gentiles to "misbehave", otherwise it comes over as all Jews are in on it (when clearly they are not).
Out of the almost 1,500 Cluesforum members, we’ve had only one so far who declared to be Jewish (and basically just defended his culture by denying most allegations made here, no matter how well documented), while a couple of other members admitted to having Jewish ancestors. Are we to believe that there aren’t any more people here who are, if not “technically” Jewish, at least closely related to that culture? Jews are said to be 2% of the world population, and they’re usually overrepresented in intellectual endeavors (also this I’ve said before, but it’s worth repeating), while here they would be only… what… 0.001%? Hard to believe, don’t you think?
Really, why hasn’t any Jew come out to denounce and condemn at least the worst supremacist and hate-mongering aspects of their culture, even despite my invitation to do so in earlier posts? Going back to my example about Italians and Mafia, I’m sure most Italians wouldn’t need to be encouraged to speak out against Mafia. So why is this, I wonder?
Could it be because Mafia guys represent a degeneration of otherwise good and Christian Italian culture and moral values, while JPMs just apply to the letter the precepts of the Talmud, which common Jews are taught too? In this sense it seems to me that, more than to common Italians, Jews could be better compared to Italians brought up in Mafia families.
As a matter of fact, in Italy we have a phenomenon called “omertà”, a “conspiracy of silence”, which means that people who belong to Mafia families or live in areas dominated by them fail to denounce their crimes, either out of fear of being punished or because they justify or even approve such crimes as part of their culture.
Yes, common Jews remind me of this particular category of Italians. They may not be “in on it” in a literal sense, but they are at least guilty of this “conspiracy of silence” for whatever reason, be it fear or tacit approval.
Anyway, if there are Jews who explicitly want to distinguish themselves from JPMs, they are welcome any time to speak out for themselves.
But until they do, they remain a hypothetical category (or at least one not represented here) we shouldn’t worry so much about, even to the point of being afraid of maybe upsetting them, as if we didn’t have other much more pressing problems to concentrate on.
Otherwise we risk appearing almost as naïve as the well-meaning northern European people in the linked video above, who warmly welcome the immigrants and are careful not to hurt their sensibilities, while many of those, in return, show no qualms in declaring and often carrying out their hostile intent.
Or like the Swedish woman who, last year, having been moved to compassion by three Roma beggars, decided to invite them to her house, only to be raped by them later.
https://www.reddit.com/r/WhiteRights/co ... e_ends_up/ (this Google-translated page also contains a link to the original Swedish article).
IMO, assuming that everybody in the world thinks and feels as we do is a grave mistake we can’t afford anymore.