So, Who is Really Running this Sideshow?
ON THURSDAY, March 7, 2019, the US Congress voted to approve House Resolution 183. This resolution condemns both verbal and physical attacks against “African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans, Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders and other people of color, Jews, Muslims, Hindus, Sikhs, the LGBTQ community, immigrants, and others.”
The resolution passed with a lopsided vote of 407-23. All of the Democrats voted in favor if it, including Illhan Omar, whose criticism of Zionism and Zionist power sparked the resolution in the first place. Interestingly, Rep. Steve King, a Republican from Iowa who has been widely vilified in the meda for racism, did not cast his ballot against the resolution, but instead simply voted “present.”
The resolution claims that,
…Jewish people are subject in the media and political campaigns to numerous […] dangerous anti-Semitic myths [sic], including that Jews control the United States Government or seek global, political, and financial domination and that Jews are obsessed with money; […]
… [A]ccusing Jews of being more loyal to Israel or to the Jewish community than to the United States constitutes anti-Semitism because it suggests that Jewish citizens cannot be patriotic Americans and trusted neighbors […]
That is an accurate, if not comprehensive, bill of particulars that describes the Jews.
Among its other curiosities, HR 183 also condemns the “Dreyfus Affair.” This was an instance of alleged French anti-Semitism from 1894, that had nothing to do with the United States or American Jews.
Despite its gushing concern for Negroes, Jews and so forth, the congressional resolution does not contain one single word in defense of those American Whites who have been the victims of racial violence, hatred or abuse.
Only one of the 23 representatives who did not vote for the resolution, Mo Brooks (R-AL), said that he could not support it because it discriminated against White people and Christians. While he approved of the resolution’s stand against hatred directed against non-Whites, he said that he had to vote “nay” because,
“Quite frankly, I am shocked the Socialist Democrats who sponsored H. Res. 183 refused to similarly condemn discrimination against Caucasian-Americans and Christians.
Quite frankly, we are surprised that even one politician of the 430 who voted had the courage to speak up in defense of White Americans.
White people, we note, currently make up 60 percent of the US population (down from 90 percent in 1960). But while Whites may still make up the overwhelming majority of the population of the United States, the Federal government in no way represents their interests or promotes their welfare.
So, the question we ask is this: who is really running this sideshow — or do we already know?
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Source: New Order; National Socialist News Service