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By Lance Welton on 04/17/2021

Did The ADL Think It Could Get Away With Hypocrisy On Great Replacement In US vs. Israel? Answer: It Probably Didn’t Think At All

Unexpectedly, Anti-Defamation League chief Jonathan Greenblatt’s attack on Fox’s Tucker Carlson for daring to mention the fact that current immigration policy is Electing A New People blew up in his face. Even Greenblatt’s predecessor Abe Foxman voiced public disagreement, if only because he fears totally alienating the network [ADL hit with blowback over calls for Tucker Carlson to resign, by Dominic Mastrangelo, The Hill, April 14, 2021]. But Carlson’s devastating riposte pointed out that the ADL itself opposes the Great Replacement…in Israel. It just supports it for America. Did the ADL really think it could get away with this blatant hypocrisy? Amazing answer: it probably never thought about it at all.

Partly, this can be explained by political factors. In the current state of American discourse, it is extremely dangerous to criticize, or even Notice, Jewish organizations and their activities (which is why Carlson’s response was so remarkable). Consequently, they are simply unused to scrutiny.

But it may partly be a function of Jewish psychology. I noted last week that a considerable technical literature suggests that blacks are lower in “fairness” that the average white. Something similar appears to be true for Jews.

“Fairness,” as I noted in my article on blacks, is “impartial and just treatment or behavior without favoritism or discrimination.” This is a high-order value which demands that you put aside nepotism, ethnocentrism, and even personal gain, in favor of this abstract goal. So, on this basis, would we expect Jews to be as high in “fairness” as Whites?

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By Lance Welton on 04/17/2021

Did The ADL Think It Could Get Away With Hypocrisy On Great Replacement In US vs. Israel? Answer: It Probably Didn’t Think At All

Unexpectedly, Anti-Defamation League chief Jonathan Greenblatt’s attack on Fox’s Tucker Carlson for daring to mention the fact that current immigration policy is Electing A New People blew up in his face. Even Greenblatt’s predecessor Abe Foxman voiced public disagreement, if only because he fears totally alienating the network [ADL hit with blowback over calls for Tucker Carlson to resign, by Dominic Mastrangelo, The Hill, April 14, 2021]. But Carlson’s devastating riposte pointed out that the ADL itself opposes the Great Replacement…in Israel. It just supports it for America. Did the ADL really think it could get away with this blatant hypocrisy? Amazing answer: it probably never thought about it at all.

Partly, this can be explained by political factors. In the current state of American discourse, it is extremely dangerous to criticize, or even Notice, Jewish organizations and their activities (which is why Carlson’s response was so remarkable). Consequently, they are simply unused to scrutiny.

But it may partly be a function of Jewish psychology. I noted last week that a considerable technical literature suggests that blacks are lower in “fairness” that the average white. Something similar appears to be true for Jews.

“Fairness,” as I noted in my article on blacks, is “impartial and just treatment or behavior without favoritism or discrimination.” This is a high-order value which demands that you put aside nepotism, ethnocentrism, and even personal gain, in favor of this abstract goal. So, on this basis, would we expect Jews to be as high in “fairness” as Whites?

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By John Derbyshire on 04/16/2021

[Excerpted from the latest Radio Derb, now available exclusively through VDARE.com]

Earlier, by Steve Sailer: Nope, No Riot in Chicago Last Night Over Mexican Kid Shot by a Cop

Here's a phrase due for an airing: "asymmetry of indulgence."

That phrase was coined by conservative British journalist Ferdinand Mount. He was writing about how Leftist politicians get a pass, an indulgence, when they speak in the globalist-universalist diction of Karl Marx and Mao Tse-tung; but when a conservative dares to murmur that perhaps rampant multiculturalism is not a great idea, he is denounced as Literally Hitler.

Plainly we have an asymmetry of indulgence in regard to police shooting of civilians. The asymmetry was in exceptionally plain sight this week, after the shooting of Daunte Wright in a Minneapolis suburb.

The tiny minority of us whose memories stretch all the way back to early January could not help contrasting this shooting and its consequences with the death of Ashli Babbitt:

  • Possibly armed black male with an arrest warrant already extant is accidentally shot dead by white female cop. Nationwide outrage. Cop is fired and charged with manslaughter. City manager who said the cop was entitled to due process is also fired. Mass rioting and looting. 
  • Obviously unarmed white female is deliberately shot dead by black male cop without challenge or warning. [Crickets.]

As Steve Sailer noted, the "Who, whom?" principle doesn't get any more in-your-face than that.

What happened to Ms. Babbitt was a shameful travesty of law enforcement, and the silence on it enforced by the Regime and its media lackeys is outrageous. It tells us all too plainly where we are.

We have, as the late Larry Auster told us, descended into an ersatz religion, with black people as the sacred objects. The emblematic image of our time: Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey, a white man, kneeling in reverent supplication before the gilded casket of black street thug George Floyd.

White people are bad; black people are good. You didn't know that? The rising generations know it: it's taught to them in kindergarten. [Failure Factory, by Christopher Rufo, City Journal, February 23, 2021] In the world of the mid-21st century, if the U.S.A. is still around—which I increasingly doubt—most Americans will stand on it as the foundation of their social outlook.

By Pedro de Alvarado on 04/15/2021

Earlier: Rubio, Republicans, “Our New Spanish-Speaking Overlords,” And How To Fight Creeping Bilingualism

Donald Trump’s recent endorsement of Senator Marco Rubio for re-election in 2022 has American nationalists rightly skeptical of what POTUS 45 is thinking [That sigh of relief you’re hearing from Marco Rubio? Trump just endorsed him for re-election, by Anthony Man, South Florida Sun Sentinel, April 9, 2021]. Has he fallen for Jared Kushner’s bad advice: move to the “middle” and appease the Ruling Class? Rubio, although originally a Tea Party candidate, has become a pillar of don’t-rock-the-boat Republicans. And he’s part of the ascendant clique of Hispanic Republicans who all too obviously don’t care about preserving the Historic American Nation.

Granted, Rubio opposes Sleepy Joe’s Amnesty and appears to be reinventing himself as a national populist [Marco Rubio rejects Biden immigration bill, calls it ‘blanket amnesty,’ by Adam Shaw, Fox News, January 20, 2021; Rubio raises profile in pandemic, challenges GOP economics, by Jim Saksa, Roll Call, April 23, 2020].

But that doesn’t mitigate his past role as the ringleader of attempted immigration sell-outs. Look no further than his Gang of 8 Amnesty during the Obama era. Rubio’s change in rhetoric is welcome, but he still can’t be trusted.

Take a look at what’s he pushing now, and at what he’s said about Trump’s MAGA base:

By Patrick J. Buchanan on 04/15/2021
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By Ann Coulter on 04/14/2021

One of the main arguments being advanced by Eric Nelson, sole attorney for Derek Chauvin in his trial for the murder of George Floyd, is that the hostile crowd itself prevented the officers from attempting to perform CPR in the last minutes of Floyd’s life.

Even the prosecution’s “use of force” experts admitted repeatedly on cross-examination that a hostile crowd would justify Chauvin keeping Floyd restrained until an ambulance arrived. An officer’s duty to provide care is overridden by his duty to keep himself, the suspect and the bystanders safe.

As was evident from the videos (and admitted to by the bystander witnesses), they were shouting obscenities at the police, threatening them with bodily harm and, in a few instances, had to be held back from rushing the officers.

And of course, because of the presence of the angry crowd, the EMTs themselves did not stick around to provide care, but did a “load and scoot,” heaving Floyd into the back of the ambulance and driving three blocks to get away from the mob on the street. They didn’t even want to work inside an ambulance near this feisty group.

As it becomes increasingly obvious that the belligerent onlookers themselves may have gotten George Floyd killed by creating a dangerous situation for the officers, media commentators leap in to do backup work for the prosecutors by sneering at the idea that the officers might have felt threatened by a few rowdy teenagers.

Oh, the big pansies! So, a few teenagers yelled at the officers. Show me just ONE example of disaffected urban youth going from agitation to brawling!

Here’s one! One recent Saturday morning in May 2019, six teens beat the crap out of an off-duty firefighter on the Upper East Side because he stepped in to defend an elderly couple from the youths’ harassment. 

And here’s another: A mob in Chicago attacked an older white man in 2016 for voting for Trump. 

This one is outside a church in Memphis in 2016 after services. The instigating event is entirely unknown.

Video: Major brawl erupts in the street outside a church service in Memphis 'after a car came by and ran down a group of people'

By Steve Sailer on 04/14/2021
Earlier: Biden Vows To Rip Out Roots Of Systemic Racism, i.e. Seize The Equity In Your Home From my new column in Taki’s Magazine: As I’ve been known to point out, the “equity” that the all-conquering Diversity-Inclusion-Equity (DIE) crusade truly wants is your equity in your home. Current developments in Evanston, Ill., and Manhattan Beach, Calif., are starting to give us a sense of how today’s ...
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