Two Ridiculously False Narratives
by David Sims
NOT MANY people really believe the Politically Correct leftist narrative about race. But many people do think that everybody else believes it. The leftist propaganda, disseminated to the general public by the Jewish-owned mass media, have given a majority of the population the false impression that the goodness of race-mixing is a solid consensus, that multiculturalism is a done deal. It isn’t. Understand, you, that leftist propaganda is built almost entirely out of lies — old and widespread lies, but lies nevertheless. Most people recognize the falseness of the left, but assume that they’re the only ones who do, and so they remain silent out of fear.
The Jewish narrative on “anti-Semitism” is also nonsense, and it always has been. It won’t stand up to close examination, not least because it requires everyone to believe that when virtually all the world’s other peoples have had serious problems with the Jewish people, the blame always belongs to those other peoples — every single time, out of hundreds. The Jewish narrative, in other words, has a distinct lack of parsimony. It requires us to imagine that “anti-Semitism” is caused by a strange miasma, which non-Jews inhale from the atmosphere and which induces dislike of Jews as a mental disease. And that’s obviously nonsense. “Anti-Semitism” is caused by Jewish behavior. Always. Every time.
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