Monday, September 27, 2010
"Tea Party Nut is Neo-Nazi"
Longtime Democratic incumbent Nita Lowey's Republican challenger this fall is a Christian conservative author, and activist whose writings have frowned on inter-racial marriage, touted the benefits of studies linking race to IQ and said parents need to teach their kids "appropriate ethnic boundaries" for marriage and socializing.
Jim Russell, who's challenging Lowey in a repeat after trying to take her on in 2008, made the statements in an essay called "The Western Contribution to World History," which was published in a 2001 - 2002 edition of the Occidental Quarterly, and had also been featured on infamous former politician and Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke's website.
In the essay, Russell also praised T.S. Eliot and psychology professor Kevin MacDonald for looking to limit the proliferation of Jews. MacDonald, who's served on the advisory board of the Occidental Quarterly, has been criticized as an anti-Semite who's pushed the theory that Jews are essentially practicing group-think to outperform non-Jews.
The more notable passages from the essay include:
* “(T.S.) Eliot described some conditions for an optimal society: ‘The population should be homogeneous. . . . What is still more important is unity of religious background; and reasons of race and culture combine to make any large number of free-thinking Jews undesirable.
"There must be a proper balance between urban and rural, industrial and agricultural development. And a spirit of excessive tolerance is to be deprecated."
“While liberals and universalists constantly yammer about “bringing us all together”, and how “diversity is our strength,” it may be suggested that the biological function of human language and culture is just the opposite, that is, to keep discrete groups apart.”
"The current of misdirected altruism that permeates contemporary Western society is dangerous when it is divorced from biological reality."
(Article stolen from Politico.)
("The Good Old Days.)
The both interesting, and scary reality of these xenophobic times is that it brings all sorts of ugly truths to the surface.
Seems there are 'still' plenty of Americans that long for the good old days when darkies knew their place,..and 'stayed' there. Jews watched their 'every' step, and the white man was king.
I'm sort of describing pre-WW2 America in this. There's a longing among many, more than we thought, for this "happy" bygone era, and a wish to bring back as much of it as possible. I'm curious to see how this latest cycle of nativism will play out.
Watch ya backs comrades.