«Αυτό το αναγνωρίζω ως μοναδικό και εξαιρετικό ανάμεσα στα ελαττώματά μου - την συνήθεια, στην οποία εμμένω, να προτιμώ να λέω πρώτα από όλα πράγματα που ξέρω ότι θα δυσαρεστήσουν τους ακροατές μου. Αυτό το γνωρίζω, ωστόσο το διατηρώ σκόπιμα, και σε καμία περίπτωση δεν αγνοώ πόσους εχθρούς δημιουργεί αυτή η συνήθεια μου...» [ ΤΖΙΡΟΛΑΜΟ ΚΑΡΝΤΑΝΟ (1501-1576) ]. Μία υπόσχεση: Τα πάντα για την Ελλάδα! Επίσης, μην ξεχνάτε ποτέ ότι, το ακόλουθο είναι νόμος: ὓβρις → ἂτη → νέμεσις → τίσις
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Δευτέρα, 3 Οκτωβρίου 2016
Οι εβραϊκές ρίζες τού κινήματος των «ανοικτών συνόρων»
Jews have been attracted to the despairingly lucrative and fashionable business of convincing Whites to abandon their identity...
In a 2015 essay on ‘Whiteness studies’ I attempted to lay the groundwork and contextualization for a more developed study of the scale and devastating impact of contemporary Jewish intellectual activism in our colleges, universities, and wider culture. In that essay I noted the importance of Jewish activists including Noel Ignatiev, Ruth Frankenberg, Ricky Marcuse, and Terry Berman, who between the mid-1970s and late 1990s engaged in an effort to develop an academic discipline known as ‘Whiteness studies.’ Since its inception, Whiteness studies has occupied a unique space in an increasingly multicultural disciplinary landscape. Unlike Black studies, Jewish studies, or Asian studies, this sphere of academia is not intended to constructively explore the achievements, history, and culture of its scrutinized ethnic group. Rather, the genre exists to subject ‘Whiteness,’ and by implication White people, to a uniquely hostile dialectic consisting of the debasement of White culture, the degradation of White history, and the delegitimization of the European claim to existence. As such, the discipline may be regarded as an act of ethnic warfare, based as it is on the intended conquest of minds and consciences, and eventually, resources and territory.
In all Western countries, Whiteness studies, in both its academic and social justice expressions, remains disproportionately directed by Jews. This is an empirically observable fact. A book could be written on Jewish involvement in this academic “discipline” alone, but it should suffice here for a brief survey of some key examples. These include Syracuse University’s Barbara Applebaum, who has made a career out of advancing notions of ‘White guilt’ and ending what she describes as “White moral innocence.” In a similar vein is Leeds University’s Say Burgin, who teaches a course titled “Why is my curriculum White?,” while University of California’s George Lipsitz, author of How Racism Takes Place, has also written several books on ‘Whiteness’ and White guilt. Jewish feminist Michelle Fine, based at City University of New York, has produced numerous works on “White privilege,” including her book Witnessing Whiteness. Other Jewish academics highly active in the Whiteness Studies field include...