Hardly: "VDARE.com: Immigration and the Unmentionable Question of Ethnic Interests, by Kevin MacDonald"

The Zionists encourage first and foremost English Americans to promote a "melting pot," which thinking spilled over to White Europeans in Europe and elsewhere, while those Zionists perform ethnic cleansing. Therefore, let's all be more like the Zionists?

VDARE.com: Immigration And The Unmentionable Question Of Ethnic Interests, by Kevin MacDonald


Let's stop the Zionists instead. The world can return to Homo sapiens as one family. Then no one loses unless we are wicked to non-humans.

See also:

  1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kevin_B._MacDonald
  2. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Evolutionary_psychology
  3. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Occidental_Quarterly
  4. http://www.google.com/search?rls=en&q=%22dual+Torah
  5. http://www.kevinmacdonald.net/replies.htm
  6. http://www.toqonline.com/
  7. http://www.theoccidentalobserver.net/
  8. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Identity_politics


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    • Thomas Smitherman

      I don't know what to think of Prof MacDonald, but it is clear that there are people who are free in this world (dis)order to talk openly of their own ethnic/national interests and to sacrifice everyone else to these while turning around and suppressing any talk of national interest by others as "racist".

      Tom Usher

      The Zionists encourage first and foremost English Americans to promote a "melting pot," which thinking spilled over to White Europeans in Europe and elsewhere, while those Zionists perform ethnic cleansing. Therefore, let's all be more like the Zionists? Hardly.

      Let's stop the Zionists instead. The world can return to Homo sapiens as one family. Then no one loses unless we are wicked to non-humans.

      Thomas Smitherman

      Tom, the biological racism of Zionists, a phenomenon that obviously predates Zionism and will likely survive it as well, must always be opposed. That said, States and nations have their own interests which need not be aggressive or mutually exclusive. Zionists and neocons are among the first to proclaim globalist cosmopolitan values, anti-xenophobia campaigns, etc. ... except for Israel, which means all other States and peoples relinquish their interests for the good of a foreign power (as well as global capitalism). A real internationalism, however, must be founded on the joining of nations that already have a good degree of social cohesion and where the values of these peoples have largely converged. It is a process that requires more than international good will or denials of a national consciousness.

      Tom Usher

      Thomas, the process of planting the seed of returning to Homo sapiens as one family is the process of the "joining of...["subunits"] that already have a good degree of social cohesion and where the values of these peoples have largely converged."

      It is developing cohesion around its own value. The object is that all Homo sapiens together comprise one nation. That understanding is better than not.

      Are you clarifying or disagreeing or both? It's not readily apparent.

      Thomas Smitherman

      Generally clarifying. We might disagree, but I do not think we are on two ends of a spectrum. I am saying, for my own point of view (that might not be that of, say, Prof MacDonald) that national interests do exist and are legitimate but biologically-motivated racial interests are not. Zionists (e.g., ADL) practise both but tend to propagandise abroad that both are morally wrong.

      It would be strange to suggest one cannot further subcategorise homo sapiens. Individuals with strong moral compasses build good families. Good families build good communities > strong regions/tribes > strong nations/nation-states > just "global community". The current globalist elites claim to offer internationalism but are tearing down the intermediary social institutions like family and nation, so we are left with quasi-atomistic individuals and some state bureaucracies and corporations. But the latter cannot promote a just international order, nor can you obtain this by simply revolting against globalist elites. One must rebuild the institutions which lie between the individual and universal humanity.

      Des Brittain

      Bloody well said, Thomas!

      Tom Usher

      Thomas and Des, if Homo sapiens constitute one family, what are national interests?

      Des, do you not think Homo sapiens constitute one family?

      Do either of you specifically require America or England (the nation or tribe or conglomeration of tribes) between the whole of humanity and you? I don't. I have no problem with local organizing and groupings of local organizations to keep the span-of-control manageable. I don't need sovereignty vested in other than all the way from God to myself. Everything else can be sovereign too.

      What I don't like is the idea of selfish territoriality that runs against the spirit of which I'm writing here. Selfish invaders aren't desired either. We need universal enlightenment, not Jewish or English or White Identity at its expense.

      That there are those with bad intentions go at the "American" nation does not mean therefore that one world means only what those particular "globalist elites" claim it does.

      The world as nation is not a bad idea, per se.

      Humanity can gain a strong moral compass and be a good family of families of families, however you want to categorize and sub-categorize.

      Do you have a problem with that, Des?

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