A reader accuses this blog of being anti-semitic.
Almost every day I see the mainstream media attacking President Donald Trump in the harshest terms. They lie about him almost every time. Most of the time they are Jews, working for Jewish-dominated organizations, like the NY Times or CNN. Sometimes they are politicians, like Schumer, Nadler, and Schiff.
Jews aren't the only Trump-haters. There are also Mormons, Moslems, blacks, and others. I attack them on this blog also for their political stances. But the mainstream media is dominated by Jews, so they get the most attention.
So 90% of the media is Jews attacking Trump, and I defend Trump, and that makes me anti-semitic?
No, that is not a criticism. That is just throwing epithets. Jews go around launching ridiculous political attacks on everyone, and they should not be immune from criticism. There are far more examples of Jews attacking Trump than anyone attacking Jews.
We live in a world now where Nike says that the American flag is a white supremacy symbol. CNN just had a program on white supremacy, titled "The State of Hate". I did not see a free copy online, but you can listen to one of the main interviews on Youtube.
A funny part of the interview was that CNN's Fareed Zakaria (GPS) was very eager for Jared Taylor to classify him as White, Caucasian, and intelligent. Taylor said that Zakaria had a Harvard PhD, and therefore was probably very intelligent, and that some groups do have higher average IQ than Whites.
Zakaria said that he was descended from Aryan invaders of North India several millennia ago, and is therefore Caucasian. Those invaders developed a caste system in India just to maintain separation of the Aryans from the native Indians at the time. It is true that when the world is divided into the Caucasian, Oriental, and Negro races, Indians are considered Caucasian. Zakaria also spent a lot of time arguing about whether Hispanics should be considered White.
I don't know the point of all Zakaria's arguments were. Obviously we now have DNA tests to objectively determine someone's ancestry. It is not debatable. The discussion was probably edited out of the CNN broadcast, as he seemed foolish. If he understands how his fellow Indian Aryans maintained their ethnic distinctiveness, then he presumably understands how other groups wish to as well.