Kevin MacDonald, a psychology professor at Cal State Long Beach, has been called a white supremacist, neo-Nazi and an anti-Semite.
He recently told the Orange County Register he is a “white advocate.”
By any label, he attracts controversy like a lightning rod. His viewpoints have led students in the mixed bag that’s Southern California to boycott his classes, CBS Los Angeles reported, and challenge his stance, as recorded on Youtube.
The university says it defends MacDonald’s academic freedom and freedom of speech, but his personal and academic opinions are entirely his own, CBSLA wrote.
Care 2, a public advocacy website, published an essay this week about MacDonald titled: “Why Is A White Supremacist a Professor at Cal State University?” The blunt editorial asserted that students’ rights weren’t protected on the diverse campus in Long Beach.
The editorial detailed the anti-Jewish and anti-immigration writings that have made him popular in neo-Nazi circles. It quoted extensively from a recent article he wrote for the Occidental Observer, a website he edits on “themes of white identity, white interests,” according to the mission statement.
In the essay, headlined “Disenfranchised White Males: Time for Secession,” he analyzed minority voting patterns — especially those of Jews and Asians — and concluded that the Republicans’ strategy to recruit more Hispanics was misguided: “What we have here is a situation in which around 70 percent of traditional American White men (correcting for the overly inclusive White’ category used by the media) are now pretty much officially disenfranchised in a country where they see themselves as the founding population. That’s a lot of angry White men.”
Doofus of the Day: German Anti-Semite Pretends to Be Jewish Just to Have Credibility in Attacking Israel
We all have dreams. Uncle Junior wanted to screw Angie Dickinson, my mother wants to work in a funeral home and Irena Wachendorff just wants to be Jewish and the daughter of Shoah-survivors so she can criticize Israel. Is that so wrong?
Up until now, Wachendorff has made a decent career of being an Alibijude, an alibi Jew. [Babushka calls them Ass-A-Chews] The job is easy: If someone is accused of anti-Semitism, alibi Jews are brought in as defending witnesses. It’s the old ‘some of my best friends are pantomimes’ routine, with an added speaking part for friends. In a country like Germany, where the Jewish community is only sporadically visible, being an Alibijude [Ass-A-Chew] can be a worthwhile endeavor.
If all anyone ever talks about is how Israel is the root of all global evil, people might start to ask questions. This is when the accused is able to point to the the supportive alibi Jew [Ass-A-Chew], who in turn is able to point to his or her family history or just basic Jewishness and say something like: ‘What the Israelis are doing to the Palestinians is what the Nazis did to my parents.’ Even better, you’re one yourself: Geert Wilders, famous for his vehement xenophobia and his stupid haircut, always likes to speculate about some Jewish heritage on his father’s side. Because then, you’re not a Nazi or a racist but a defender of Western values.
As an alibi Jew, Irena Wachendorff is the whole package (except for one simple fact.) Her mother was in Auschwitz—‘I grew up with the number on her arm’—her father a tzadik [holy man] who escaped to England. Irena herself was in the IDF during the Lebanon War. Today she’s a ‘German-Jewish poet’ who lives in Israel six months every year to support an Arab-Jewish kindergarten. The rest of the year, she’s in Germany to act as the hazzan [cantor] of her congregation and to send violins to Gaza.
But Irena Wachendorff is none of those things. Via some genuine journalism, writer Jennifer Nathalie Pyka—who is what one could call a ‘staunch supporter’ of Israel, think Rory Gilmore meets Bill O’Reilly—found out the true story .
Upon being asked, Wachendorff’s mother says she was never in Auschwitz—‘my husband was though.’ Probably not as an inmate: He wasn’t an Orthodox Jew but a Protestant officer of the Wehrmacht. A speaker of the Israeli army can find no record of an Irena Wachendorff having ever been in the IDF. During the Lebanon war, Irena Wachendorff acted in various productions in local theaters in the Rhine region. The kindergarten she supports does exist, but there is no evidence of her ever having visited it. And finally, she isn’t a member of her alleged congregation.
Read the whole story at Heeb. [Babushka does not normally endorse Heeb but this is one hell of an article!]
It turns out that Mel Gibson is an anti-Semite, according to screenwriter Joe Eszterhas, who was hired by Gibson to write a Judah Maccabee biopic. From The Wrap:
Gibson’s anti-Semitic obsession was a leitmotif of working on the film together at Gibson’s homes in Malibu and Costa Rica, Eszterhas said.
“You continually called Jews ‘Hebes’ and ‘oven-dodgers’ and ‘Jewboys.’ It seemed that most times when we discussed someone, you asked ‘He’s a Hebe, isn’t he?’ You said most ‘gatekeepers’ of American companies were ‘Hebes’ who ‘controlled their bosses.’”
The slurs continued, through their work:
“You said the Holocaust was ‘mostly a lot of horseshit.’ You said the Torah made reference to the sacrifice of Christian babies and infants. When I told you that you were confusing the Torah with The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, … you insisted ‘it’s in the Torah — it’s in there!’ (It isn’t).”
An imam from a Nazareth mosque, Nazim Mahmoud Salim, was indicted on Sunday in Nazareth District Court for incitement towards violence and supporting a terror organization. Salim was originally arrested was one month ago.
The indictment stated that Salim circulated leaflets and brochures to the worshipers at his mosque that inciting them to act against the state. Additionally, the indictment accused him of establishing a website to spread those opinions.
Salim had previously called for jihad against Israeli soldiers, the pope, and all targets that cause harm to Islam. The imam was quoted as saying that “Jews are Satan,” and “Osama bin Laden is loved by God,” according to Army Radio.
The state requested that Salim’s remand be extended until the end of the proceedings against him.
Israel to be sited as a bigoted nation in 5, 4, 3, 2,…
Is anyone surprised?
Lincoln University in Pennsylvania is stuck with a teacher that believes strongly in anti-Semitism and thinks the Holocaust was a hoax. He is seen on video with radicals at an anti-Israel rally in Washington, D.C. and is not afraid to speak out in his beliefs. The university does not agree but seems to be stuck with him. They can not fire him because he is a tenured professor.
Kaukab Siddique is an associate professor of English at Lincoln University and has been teaching there for long enough that the college is stuck with him. The university acknowledges his comments are troubling but say they can do nothing about it.
Over Labor Day weekend, reports CBN’s Erick Stakelbeck, Siddique addressed radicals at an anti-Israel rally in Washington, D.C. There, his anti-Semitism was on full display.
“We must stand united to defeat, to destroy, to dismantle Israel — if possible by peaceful means,” Kaukab Siddique said. “Perhaps, like Saladin, we will give them enough food and water to travel back to the lands from where they came to occupy other people.”
“For the Jews, I would say see what could happen to you if the Muslims wake up,” Siddique warned. “And I say to the Muslims, dear brothers and sisters, unite and rise up against this hydra-headed monster which calls itself Zionism.”
“It is obvious to us that Zionism is racism,” he adds. “It is obvious to us that Zionism is genocide. It is obvious to us that Zionism is terrorism. But somehow the man living in the White House does not seem to know that. His silence is grim and dismal.”
CBN also uncovered e-mail exchanges posted online in which Siddique called the Holocaust “a hoax” that was “invented,“ saying there is ”not even one document” proving it happened. Jews have “taken over America” by “devious and immoral means,” he adds.
“This [Labor Day event] is not a one off deal,” Investigative Project on Terrorism Executive Director Ray Locker told CBN. “This is something he has said at similar events over a period of at least a dozen years, as far as we can tell.” Michael Hill, the school’s executive vice president, told CBN that the University does not agree but can not control Siddique’s comments on Israel when it is in his private life.
Among the gems are articles with enticing titles such as “The Israeli Role in the Plundering of Iceland”, “How Ehud Barak Pulled Off 9-11”, “The Goldman Scam & John Paulson’s Links to 9-11”, “The Gang of Czech Jews around the Collapses of 9-11” and “The Jewish Secret Society That Controls the U.S. Media” (I cannot be bothered to check out his explanation of why the US is involved in Afghanistan, but it is surely rewarding).
I guess the reader gets the idea. 9-11 was the product of a Zionist conspiracy (in particular organized by the Rothschild family) – the Zionist conspiracy that controls the US government and media. They have also infiltrated the Senate, as shown by Bollyn’s razor-sharp and fearless investigations, e.g. “Arlen Specter - The Elder of Zion in the U.S. Senate”.
Adherents of this small party from Italy’s affluent north say they are unwilling to continue to shoulder the economic burden of the entire country and are fed up with the corruption and ineffectualness of what they call Roma ladrona (“thieving Rome” ). They have their own flag, sing their own national anthem, speak their own dialect, want to keep Europe Christian and are vehemently anti-immigration.
“Italy for the Italians: Africans and Jews out!” a young party supporter proclaimed on television not long ago.