Wednesday, December 08, 2021

Atlantic Magazine supports Great Replacement

An Atlantic magazine article complains:
Pape was alluding to a theory called the “Great Replacement.” The term itself has its origins in Europe. But the theory is the latest incarnation of a racist trope that dates back to Reconstruction in the United States. Replacement ideology holds that a hidden hand (often imagined as Jewish) is encouraging the invasion of nonwhite immigrants, and the rise of nonwhite citizens, to take power from white Christian people of European stock. When white supremacists marched with torches in Charlottesville, Virginia, in 2017, they chanted, “Jews will not replace us!”
I am trying to uderstand this. Jews seem to have two complaints here, against (1) Whites who say Jews promote importing non-whites to replace Whites; and (2) Whites who say Jews will not replace Whites.

Either way, this is an issue that Jews talk about endlessly. Joe Biden said that it was the reason that he ran for President.

For an example of Hollywood Jews advocating White Replacement, see the new Santa Inc trailer. Sarah Silverman and Seth Rogen are openly anti-Christian, and push diversity as a way of replacing White Christian men, including Santa Claus. The show is supposed to be funny, but is bombing:

The show’s first (and possibly only) season was released in full on Thursday (December 2), and has thus far been majorly panned by viewers. Feather imdb 90.6 percent rating out of 5,236 viewers Santa Inc. a star; It has an overall score of 1.1 out of 10, making it the lowest-rated TV series in the site’s history. over on rotten Tomatoes, only three percent of the rated audience Santa Inc. Gave favorable marks. ...

Controversy erupted even before its release, with its trailers being targeted by alleged far-right hate groups spreading anti-Semitic comments (the majority of the show’s producers and cast are Jewish).

So Jews make an unfunny anti-Christian movie, and it is anti-Semitic to criticize it.

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