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From The Algemeiner, a right of center Jewish publication:

The 40 Worst Colleges for Jewish Students, 2017

We undertook the project last year in an effort to shine a spotlight on the concerning state of affairs for Jewish students in this country. Studies show that high percentages of Jewish students say they have witnessed, experienced or heard antisemitism on their campus. To our dismay, this troubling trend does not appear to be slowing down. An Anti-Defamation League report released in early 2018 revealed an astronomical 89 percent rise in antisemitic incidents on campuses between 2016 and 2017. …

The top of the list with their estimated percentages of Jewish students:

1. U. of Michigan, 18%

2. Tufts, 22%

3. Columbia U., 24%

4. U. of Chicago, 14%

5. UC Berkeley, 9%

6. U. of Wisconsin, Madison, 13%

And selected others from their Top 40 Worst for Jews:

11. Wesleyan, 23%

12. Oberlin, 26%

13. Stanford, 8%

15. Vassar, 21%

16. Northwestern, 16%

22. UCLA, 8%

26. NYU, 13%

30. George Washington U., 26%

Generally speaking, the worst colleges for Jews according to The Algemeiner are heavily Jewish, heavily progressive colleges.

The Algemeiner’s 2nd Annual List of the Most Friendly North American Campuses for Jewish Students

1. Touro, 46%

2. Tulane, 41%

3. Yeshiva, 100%

4. Queens CUNY, 25%

5. Emory, 17%

Southern rich kids’ colleges like Emory and Tulane do well on this list.

6. Baruch CUNY, 11%

7. Brandeis, 44%

16. Penn, 17%

20. Cornell, 21%

21. Miami, 18%

31. Harvard, 12%

32. U. of Maryland, College Park, 20%

36. Goucher, 36%

Can’t say how much these lists correlate with reality …

 
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  1. Yeah, some real hotbeds of antisemitism on this list.

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    • Replies: @Almost Missouri
    One supposes that this isn't so much a list of hotbeds of antisemitism as a list of where the most paranoid and neurotic Jewish people are.

    Also, does the "astronomical 89 percent rise in antisemitic incidents on campuses" include the threats phoned in by the Israeli teen?

    Is "antisemitism" in the eye of the beholder, or is there some objective standard?

    Etc.

    , @Jim Christian
    Doesn't Allen eat Chinese?
    , @Pat Boyle
    I see that my alma mater George Washington University has the highest ant-Semitism score - although I'm unclear as to what that actually means. It might just indicate how many Muslim students are enrolled.

    George Washington is a funny university in many ways. It is the source of many maybe even most of the federal government super grades. Civil servants make more money than comparable private industry workers but there is in effect a cap on their maximum earning power. Lots of government bureaucrats are millionaires but none (I think) have ever been billionaires.

    As it happens for charitable donations one billionaire is worth far more than a hundred thousand of those dime-a-dozen millionaires. That's why George Washington gets relatively little from its alumni and that in turn is why it's tuition is so high.

    I don't remember anything particularly anti-Semitic about GW. But that was a long time ago now.
    , @hhsiii
    Ha. That's my block. I've seen Woody near there a few times but not on that block (66th between 2nd and 3rd). Grace Kelly lived in the building on the left years ago, The Manhattan House.

    I've also seen Morgan Freeman on that block filming. It's often used for motorcades. I've seen Obama and Pope Francis go through. Freeman trumps them since he's played presidents and god.
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  2. Mischling Emory alumnus here. I think it’s important to point out two things. First, the school is in the south, but overrun by Yankees. Screw Yankees. Second, being only 5th most Jew friendly is disgraceful. The Palestinian supporters were allowed a space during I-fest, but it clearly was too much. The school should have taken the fire hoses to them.

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    • Replies: @S. Anonyia
    It's not just Emory overrun by Yankees. Good State U's in the South are too. My alma mater, and I don't like to reveal too much specific info on here because you never know who's looking but you can probably figure it out based on my post history, is probably close to 25 % Yankee by now, 25 % Texan, 10 % from other Southern states and less than half the student population actually consisting of natives to the state. Due to how famous its sports programs are, most applicants are out of state and the school is overwhelmed with applications every year. Tuition has gone way up and most in-state students are too dumb to get in now. And it seems the Yankees, at least the ones I knew, are staying in the South once they graduate, too.

    All the better for me, because the value of my degree has increased.
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  3. Anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:

    Emory and Tulane, like Duke, are filled with rich kids from the Northeast, not the South.

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    • Replies: @kaganovitch
    According to enrollment profile it's around 35 percent Northeast, around 35 percent South.
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  4. Do we honestly know how much this supposed scourge “anti-Semitism” itself correlates with reality – or ever has?

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    • Replies: @Buffalo Joe
    San Fernando, Jewish skin, like Black skin, is the thinnest skin around. Every slight is always because of anti Semitism or racism. Not that you could possibly be Jewish or Black and an asshole.
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  5. J.Ross says: • Website

    The Jewish student community house at U of M looks like a castle, it’s on a hill and built from pseudo-medieval stone pieces. As with almost all the architecture in Ann Arbor it’s charming, but it also looks like if they had to, they could raise the drawbridge.

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    • Replies: @Paul Jolliffe
    J.Ross, you left out the most interesting detail about the Sigma Alpha Mu at Ann Arbor: they were kicked out (chapter closed until at least 2019, the legal maximum) for causing $400,000 worth of damages to Treetops Resort , the one-time home to the PGA's "Par Three Shoot-Out".

    The U of M Sammies (and their women from Sigma Delta Tau) refused to take responsibility, preferring instead to "protect those who destroyed the chapter", according to the alumni board member who owned the Sammie house.

    I wonder if The Algemeiner considers the act of remembering this disgraceful/criminal behavior by Jewish students at U of M as "anti-semitism"?

    (Do I get extra points for working a golf reference into a post about hate hoax/hypochondria?)

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/03/18/partys-frat-ski-resort-rampage/24943201/

    https://www.golfadvisor.com/articles/national-par-3-team-championship-threetops-treetops-resort-michigan-14734.htm
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  6. BenKenobi says:

    It is the Jew who cries out in pain as he… goes to college.

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  7. Dan Hayes says:

    Steve,

    I believe that our patron Ron may have some questions about Harvard’s quoted anemic 12% Jewish population!

    BTW, read the full article’s accompanying Discussion section for examples of unbridled paranoia!

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    • Replies: @Lot
    No, he ignores data that doesn't support his pre-determined thesis.
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  8. Lot says:

    This list isn’t supposed to be serious, rather is to reward and punish the obsession among student gov nerds with meaningless non binding BDS resolutions.

    An actual list of Jew unfriendly colleges would be pretty short and would just figure out the colleges with the most burka Muslim types, which appear to be mostly the low end Cal State colleges like Cal State Los Angeles, which is now under 10% white anyway and with tests scores that indicate a student body comparable to the lowest tier of HBCUs.

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    • Replies: @George
    It looks like BDS is the most common way of making the list. Although Oberlin goes further with posters calling for the end of “Jewish privilege.”

    Also at Oberlin:

    “Rothschild-led banksters” were behind a number of global calamities

    “hostility toward Israel” accusation was dismissed by the school's president, who argued that it fails to accurately represent “Oberlin College and contemporary Jewish life on our campus.”
    , @anon
    who cares about BDS?

    We need America to be consistent


    "If US Foreign Policy Were Consistent, America Would be Bombing Israel Right Now

    By Darius Shahtahmasebi
    The Anti-Media"


    A color revolution with no -fly zone followed by Ghaddafi treatment
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  9. sabril says:

    It’s not that Algemeiner is right-of-center, it’s that Algemeiner is rabidly pro-Israel. And yes, there is a problem on a lot of college campuses with anti-Israel activism just like there is a problem with other Leftist causes. Speakers get shouted down, ridiculous policies get demanded, etc.

    By analogy, you could do a report on the “50 Worst Colleges for White People” and discover that most of those colleges had a heavily white student body. In fact, most of the anti-White activity in America comes from White people who feel compelled to virtue-signal. Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism.

    Posted Sunday 5/20/18 at 5:20AM Eastern Time.

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    there is a problem on a lot of college campuses with anti-Israel activism
     
    "Anti-Israel Activism" is a viable option in the USA? Pull the other one.

    Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism
     
    Virtue-signal to whom?

    In a minute the "self-hating jew" trope will be wielded. Because there is no reason to dislike Israel. At all.
    , @Svigor

    By analogy, you could do a report on the “50 Worst Colleges for White People” and discover that most of those colleges had a heavily white student body. In fact, most of the anti-White activity in America comes from White people who feel compelled to virtue-signal. Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism.
     
    I gotta hand it to you guys, you never give up. You just keep shoveling.

    Leftist Jews virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to White privilege and White Supremacy and Whites having borders and Whites having ethnonationalism, just like White leftists do (the difference being, Jews aren't guillotining themselves in the process). The number of Jews who announce their opposition to Zionism is vanishingly small, by comparison.

    , @Anonymous
    But white people don't have their own student associations, clubs, organizations, and their own scholarships and networking groups, their own buildings and dining halls and menus, and their own counselors and administrators, like Jewish students do at these universities. I'm not sure if you've been on one of these campuses lately, but they're not analogous at all. Jewish students have access to a tremendous amount of exclusive resources and a parallel sort of university within the university that whites don't have. Other minority groups have similar setups that are modeled on the Jewish experience, but they tend to be much less impressive and extensive than the Jewish student ecosystem, for various reasons such as fewer numbers, less organizational ability, less external help - Jewish alumni and wealthy benefactors tend to be very active in supporting and funding these Jewish student networks and ecosystems within universities.

    These campuses have a high Jewish student population and a lot of Jewish resources and alumni involvement, so the threshold of purported anti-Semitism is much lower. Actual anti-Semitism would be pretty blatant on these campuses.
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  10. @Clifford Brown
    Yeah, some real hotbeds of antisemitism on this list.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaPBhxXhprg

    One supposes that this isn’t so much a list of hotbeds of antisemitism as a list of where the most paranoid and neurotic Jewish people are.

    Also, does the “astronomical 89 percent rise in antisemitic incidents on campuses” include the threats phoned in by the Israeli teen?

    Is “antisemitism” in the eye of the beholder, or is there some objective standard?

    Etc.

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  11. I see evidence for anti-Semitism includes the presence of “A Jewish Voice for Peace” on campus. I guess peace is anti-Semitic even when advocated by Jews.

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    • Replies: @Anonymous
    Jewish Voice for Peace is for "peace" in the same way that BLM is for black lives.

    Come on, you know this.
    , @Sabril
    Of course. The biggest threat to whites is whites who (pretend to) advocate for human rights and tolerance. So it's hardly a surprise that people who claim to be Jews advocating for peace are a threat to Jews.

    Here's a pro tip for you: many people, especially Leftists, lie about their motivations. So when feminists and black activists claim that they simply want equality, you are reasonably skeptical. So too with Jewish Voice for Peace.
    , @anony-mouse
    You would think that an organization with 'Jewish' in its name would be and could be funded by Jews but you would be wrong:

    https://www.ngo-monitor.org/reports/uncovering-the-jvp-funding-network/

    And since I know Steve reads the 'Forward', er, religiously, here's a recent article about a wealthy non-Jew running for Congress who, well, is another of those non-Jewish funders:

    https://forward.com/news/national/401309/exclusive-democratic-rising-star-in-swing-district-gave-300k-to-pro-bds/

    Having 'peace in your name doesn't mean you support Peace anymore than having 'Jewish' in you name means you have any more than a few Jews.

    And since you are 'Simon in London' you know about 'Jewish voice for Labour' which could only bring out about 30 people of all backgrounds at a recent demo.
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  12. When I read the heading, I naively thought it was going to be about exam results.

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  13. Svigor says:

    I stubbed my toe this week. That represents a meteoric ∞% rise in toe-stubbing incidents, over the previous week.

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    Re: the meteoric ∞% rise in toe-stubbing incidents, over the previous week.

    > An Anti-Defamation League report released in early 2018 revealed an astronomical 89% rise in antisemitic incidents on campuses between 2016 and 2017.

    Goodness gracious, those bomb-threat-phoning, gravestone-toppling bigots are out of control! Call them out by name, The Algemeiner!

    , @res
    Clearly indicative of an epidemic of anti-Svigorism.
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  14. dearieme says:

    If you insist on claiming that any word of criticism, however mild, of any policy of the Israeli government is anti-semitism, then you’ll find there’s lots of anti-semitism about.

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  15. @J.Ross
    The Jewish student community house at U of M looks like a castle, it's on a hill and built from pseudo-medieval stone pieces. As with almost all the architecture in Ann Arbor it's charming, but it also looks like if they had to, they could raise the drawbridge.

    J.Ross, you left out the most interesting detail about the Sigma Alpha Mu at Ann Arbor: they were kicked out (chapter closed until at least 2019, the legal maximum) for causing $400,000 worth of damages to Treetops Resort , the one-time home to the PGA’s “Par Three Shoot-Out”.

    The U of M Sammies (and their women from Sigma Delta Tau) refused to take responsibility, preferring instead to “protect those who destroyed the chapter”, according to the alumni board member who owned the Sammie house.

    I wonder if The Algemeiner considers the act of remembering this disgraceful/criminal behavior by Jewish students at U of M as “anti-semitism”?

    (Do I get extra points for working a golf reference into a post about hate hoax/hypochondria?)

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/03/18/partys-frat-ski-resort-rampage/24943201/

    https://www.golfadvisor.com/articles/national-par-3-team-championship-threetops-treetops-resort-michigan-14734.htm

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    I remember that. Didn’t know it was a Jewish frat.
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  16. utu says:

    How come Jewish enrollment is so high in these schools? Do we have that many Jews to make it so?

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  17. Anonymous[291] • Disclaimer says:
    @Simon in London
    I see evidence for anti-Semitism includes the presence of "A Jewish Voice for Peace" on campus. I guess peace is anti-Semitic even when advocated by Jews.

    Jewish Voice for Peace is for “peace” in the same way that BLM is for black lives.

    Come on, you know this.

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    I had never heard of 'Jewish Voice for Peace' before.
    , @Anonymous
    Then maybe you should have looked into it a bit before commenting.
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  18. Sabril says:
    @Simon in London
    I see evidence for anti-Semitism includes the presence of "A Jewish Voice for Peace" on campus. I guess peace is anti-Semitic even when advocated by Jews.

    Of course. The biggest threat to whites is whites who (pretend to) advocate for human rights and tolerance. So it’s hardly a surprise that people who claim to be Jews advocating for peace are a threat to Jews.

    Here’s a pro tip for you: many people, especially Leftists, lie about their motivations. So when feminists and black activists claim that they simply want equality, you are reasonably skeptical. So too with Jewish Voice for Peace.

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  19. George says:
    @Lot
    This list isn't supposed to be serious, rather is to reward and punish the obsession among student gov nerds with meaningless non binding BDS resolutions.

    An actual list of Jew unfriendly colleges would be pretty short and would just figure out the colleges with the most burka Muslim types, which appear to be mostly the low end Cal State colleges like Cal State Los Angeles, which is now under 10% white anyway and with tests scores that indicate a student body comparable to the lowest tier of HBCUs.

    It looks like BDS is the most common way of making the list. Although Oberlin goes further with posters calling for the end of “Jewish privilege.”

    Also at Oberlin:

    “Rothschild-led banksters” were behind a number of global calamities

    “hostility toward Israel” accusation was dismissed by the school’s president, who argued that it fails to accurately represent “Oberlin College and contemporary Jewish life on our campus.”

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    • Replies: @Bragadocious
    Wow, Oberlin did that?

    I may have to give them a few shekels.
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  20. @Simon in London
    I see evidence for anti-Semitism includes the presence of "A Jewish Voice for Peace" on campus. I guess peace is anti-Semitic even when advocated by Jews.

    You would think that an organization with ‘Jewish’ in its name would be and could be funded by Jews but you would be wrong:

    https://www.ngo-monitor.org/reports/uncovering-the-jvp-funding-network/

    And since I know Steve reads the ‘Forward’, er, religiously, here’s a recent article about a wealthy non-Jew running for Congress who, well, is another of those non-Jewish funders:

    https://forward.com/news/national/401309/exclusive-democratic-rising-star-in-swing-district-gave-300k-to-pro-bds/

    Having ‘peace in your name doesn’t mean you support Peace anymore than having ‘Jewish’ in you name means you have any more than a few Jews.

    And since you are ‘Simon in London’ you know about ‘Jewish voice for Labour’ which could only bring out about 30 people of all backgrounds at a recent demo.

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    • Replies: @Mr. Anon
    That organization you cited, NGO Monitor, seems to want to appear to be a neutral party in all this. Their motto is "Making NGOs Accountable". However, a cursory inspection of their website demonstrates that their motto ought to be "Making NGOs Accountable to Israel" as that is their only focus.

    You imply that JVP is not really jewish, as it is funded by other groups. But a lot of those other groups themselves seem to be jewish groups or are heavily funded by Jews: The Jewish Communal Fund, The Shimkin foundation, the Kaphan foundation, the Ben and Jerry's Foundation. One of their biggest funders is Tides, which is an aggregator that pools funding from a variety of "philanthropists" (i.e. left-wing busy-bodies); George Soros for example. I'd wager a lot of jewish giving goes to Tides.

    NGO Monitor also lists the American Friends Service Committee, the charitable arm of the Quakers, as an anti-Israel organization.

    Well, I don't know. Maybe they are. Maybe they aren't. I don't really care. The whole Israel/Palestinian issue just sounds like a dispute between two groups of foreigners to me, and if you ask me, has no business occupying so much volume in my country.
    , @Simon in London
    "And since you are ‘Simon in London’ you know about ‘Jewish voice for Labour’"

    Sorry, never heard of it either. I guess the media here's not interested in Jewish support for Corbyn.
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  21. Tarrou says:

    Worth noting that U-Michigan is close to Dearborn, and the whole area is the largest concentration of muslims in the US. There’s a lot of anti-Israel left-wing protesting on an almost continuous basis there. You can’t drive through Ann Arbor on a weekend without being shouted at about the evils of teh jooos. Hippies + muslims is not a pro-jewish mix.

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  22. ic1000 says:
    @Svigor
    I stubbed my toe this week. That represents a meteoric ∞% rise in toe-stubbing incidents, over the previous week.

    Re: the meteoric ∞% rise in toe-stubbing incidents, over the previous week.

    > An Anti-Defamation League report released in early 2018 revealed an astronomical 89% rise in antisemitic incidents on campuses between 2016 and 2017.

    Goodness gracious, those bomb-threat-phoning, gravestone-toppling bigots are out of control! Call them out by name, The Algemeiner!

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  23. sabril says:

    Having ‘peace in your name doesn’t mean you support Peace anymore than having ‘Jewish’ in you name means you have any more than a few Jews.

    Yep. as I mentioned in an earlier comment, people –especially Leftists — lie about their motivations. When feminists claim that they simply want equality, iSteve readers know it’s a lie. When gun-grabbers claim that they just want “common sense gun control,” iSteve readers see right through it. When the Left gets “concerned” about foreign influence in American politics, we all know the true reason for their concern.

    And yet when a bunch of radical Leftists claim to be a bunch of Jews who simply want peace for Israel, we have people automatically believing it as if they were feminists listening to a gang-rape accusation against members of the campus Republican club.

    Posted 5/20/18 9:20am Eastern Time.

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  24. TheBoom says:

    Any idea when the list of 40 best and 40 worst colleges for whites will come out?

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  25. tulane is around 30% jewish, mostly from northeast. if they’re from south it’s certainly from florida.

    emory and the few other “big name” private universities in the southern follow similar demographic.

    I know all about overrepresentation and agree with it but they can’t be only 2,2% of the country.

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  26. songbird says:

    How terribly racist of them not to put any Mexican schools on their best list of North America.

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  27. El Dato says:
    @sabril
    It's not that Algemeiner is right-of-center, it's that Algemeiner is rabidly pro-Israel. And yes, there is a problem on a lot of college campuses with anti-Israel activism just like there is a problem with other Leftist causes. Speakers get shouted down, ridiculous policies get demanded, etc.

    By analogy, you could do a report on the "50 Worst Colleges for White People" and discover that most of those colleges had a heavily white student body. In fact, most of the anti-White activity in America comes from White people who feel compelled to virtue-signal. Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism.

    Posted Sunday 5/20/18 at 5:20AM Eastern Time.

    there is a problem on a lot of college campuses with anti-Israel activism

    “Anti-Israel Activism” is a viable option in the USA? Pull the other one.

    Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism

    Virtue-signal to whom?

    In a minute the “self-hating jew” trope will be wielded. Because there is no reason to dislike Israel. At all.

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    “Anti-Israel Activism” is a viable option in the USA? Pull the other one.
     
    I don't understand this, but I can definitely tell you that many American college campuses have active chapters of groups like "Students for Justice in Palestine" which is an anti-Israel group. It happens regularly that anti-Israel divestment resolutions are proposed; that student activists have "Israeli Apartheid Week" and so on.

    You can verify all of this with a few Google searches.

    Virtue-signal to whom?
     
    To other Leftists. Duh. That's what progressives do, they compete with eachother to see who can be the most virtuous.
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  28. Tulane is also a de facto Jewish college. The locals here call it Jewlane. The Environmental Law Clinic is infamous for Jews and Yankees coming down here to torpedo any companies who want to provide jobs for the locals.

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  29. Tiny Duck says:

    How come nobody here talks about the disproportionate number of right wing Christian white make shooters

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  30. Mike P. says:

    Notice the lack of Catholic schools on either list. (The only one is Georgetown, which is not particularly Catholic, and also perhaps the only Catholic school that is in a large city and is the highest ranked university in that city. So I expect that it attracts more Jewish students for those reasons.) In general, there aren’t going to be many Jewish students at Catholic schools.

    On the other hand, most students at Catholic schools don’t have a strong opinion on the Israel/Palestine issue at all. At Notre Dame in the past few years, for example, I can’t recall the issue ever coming up at all either in classrooms, or in protests, or flags, signs, etc. One day I thought it might come up when the school newspaper had an editorial with the headline “Time to divest.” It ended up being about coal.

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    • Replies: @Jake Barnes
    George Washington University (Er....*The* George Washington University), number 2 in DC after Georgetown, appears here. At least 20 years ago there was a bit of a chemical reaction between the large number of NY/NJ/PA (mostly assimilated) Jewish students and a lot of Middle East princeling foreign students.
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  31. Declane says:

    I attended a community college in the Midwest/South a dozen years ago. “Jews did 9/11″ was graffiti in one of the bathroom stalls. Strangely, no Jews complained. Probably because there weren’t any attending.

    It really makes you think.

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  32. Studies show that high percentages of Jewish students say they have witnessed, experienced or heard antisemitism on their campus.

    Given the extermely low bar for “antisemitism”, isn’t this a good thing?

    I went to Jesuit HS–excellent school, prepared me well for college–but it was good to go to BSU and be in a more “cosmopolitan” environment and hear from people with differing opinions on Catholics and Jesuits. (Not that i had a big need for that given my grandfather’s views.)

    White and black kids will routinely hear criticism of their race. Jewish kids should too. Actually given Jewish power and privilege in America they should get an extra dose. College is suppose to be a place where you engage with the knowledge our ancestors gleaned–and learn to engage with conflicting (solid and stupid) ideas. Not some sort of protective cocoon. Of course, it would be nice if the criticism people heard–of blacks, whites, Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews actually had some content. I’d like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism–i.e. opposition to the integrative exogamy that built high trust peoples and was the foundation upon which the greatness of Western civilization was built. (In other words–the Jews made their own bed.) But you’re unlikely to hear that at an American university. (Well at least outside of Kevin McDonald’s class.)

    These universities now seem to feel that no–minority–kid should ever hear a negative word. Along with the minoritarian, anti-white agenda, it’s feminized nonsense out of control.

    A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people. Toughen up, grow a pair, don’t think the world owes you anything. There’s a word for people who don’t get enough criticism–spoiled.

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    BSU = Boise State University?
    , @Bardon Kaldian
    BSU?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSU

    Beijing Sport University?
    , @Lot
    "I’d like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism"

    There perhaps would be more of this if the "moderate" Jew-critics did not associate themselves with holocaust deniers, Nazi-sympathizers, and sometimes jihadis the Iranian regime. There's plenty of that on MacDonald's sites for instance.
    , @Lot
    "A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people."

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    Is there some parallel "negative feedback" towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you'd consider correct and legitimate and "good for" those peoples? Like what?
    , @BB753
    "There’s a word for people who don’t get enough criticism"

    Ruling class.
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  33. Maybe someone should run a list of which colleges are the most anti-white or Confederatephobic?

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    You don't need a list. It's all of them except Cal Tech.
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  34. Lot says:
    @Dan Hayes
    Steve,

    I believe that our patron Ron may have some questions about Harvard's quoted anemic 12% Jewish population!

    BTW, read the full article's accompanying Discussion section for examples of unbridled paranoia!

    No, he ignores data that doesn’t support his pre-determined thesis.

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    Let's hear your predetermined thesis.
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  35. Anon7 says:

    Both my kids went to Michigan, as did I. There are so many Jewish NYC/New Jersey students at the UofM that it’s a stereotype. So much money has been spent on the campus that it looks like a very tony JCC (Jewish Community Center, which may not help unless you know what that is).

    According to the article, Jewish students are afraid to walk around on campus. In reality, the girls are not afraid to totter drunkenly in tiny dresses around campus.

    UofM is sixth on Hillel.org’s list of most Jewish colleges; 18% of University of Michigan students are Jewish.

    Amusingly, I just noted that the website for the Ann Arbor Chabad House, a home away from home for Jewish students on campus, has the website URL jewmich.com, a pun on the University’s URL umich.edu. Lots of people pronounce “umich” as a word -“you mish”.

    They seem pretty comfortable with the University of Michigan to me.

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  36. @AnotherDad

    Studies show that high percentages of Jewish students say they have witnessed, experienced or heard antisemitism on their campus.
     
    Given the extermely low bar for "antisemitism", isn't this a good thing?

    I went to Jesuit HS--excellent school, prepared me well for college--but it was good to go to BSU and be in a more "cosmopolitan" environment and hear from people with differing opinions on Catholics and Jesuits. (Not that i had a big need for that given my grandfather's views.)

    White and black kids will routinely hear criticism of their race. Jewish kids should too. Actually given Jewish power and privilege in America they should get an extra dose. College is suppose to be a place where you engage with the knowledge our ancestors gleaned--and learn to engage with conflicting (solid and stupid) ideas. Not some sort of protective cocoon. Of course, it would be nice if the criticism people heard--of blacks, whites, Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews actually had some content. I'd like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism--i.e. opposition to the integrative exogamy that built high trust peoples and was the foundation upon which the greatness of Western civilization was built. (In other words--the Jews made their own bed.) But you're unlikely to hear that at an American university. (Well at least outside of Kevin McDonald's class.)

    These universities now seem to feel that no--minority--kid should ever hear a negative word. Along with the minoritarian, anti-white agenda, it's feminized nonsense out of control.

    A reasonable amount of criticism--negative feedback--is good for people. Toughen up, grow a pair, don't think the world owes you anything. There's a word for people who don't get enough criticism--spoiled.

    BSU = Boise State University?

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  37. Anon7 says:

    I’m not surprised that University of Michigan President Mark Schlissel has already published a reply to the article:

    The recently published Algemeiner list (noting U-M among its list of “worst colleges for Jewish students”) does not capture the lived experience of the U-M campus. It is also not consistent with U-M’s longstanding history of welcoming Jewish scholars.

    In fact, U-M has received high rankings for its Jewish life on campus from other organizations. In their latest rankings, U-M was ranked No. 4 by Forward, North America’s leading Jewish news organization; No. 5 by Hillel International; and No. 33 by BestColleges.com.

    U-M is proud that since 1926 Michigan Hillel has played a significant role in campus life, serving not only the religious needs of the campus Jewish community but also providing a center for social, political and artistic expression. It is unparalleled in terms of its size, diversity and quality of programming, supports nearly 60 independent student groups and provides a “home away from home” for Jewish students.

    The Algemeiner list cites a student proposal for divestment from Israel as rationale for its conclusions. Following this U-M student government resolution regarding divestment from companies that do business with Israel, members of the U-M Board of Regents in December 2017 declined to appoint a committee to investigate such divestment. Regents signing the statement noted “we strongly oppose any action involving the boycott, divestment or sanction of Israel.”

    It is important to note that while we support our students’ right to engage in political activity, resolutions of this type are in no way binding on the university. Student government does not speak for the University of Michigan. At the same time, the university administration plays no role in setting or approving student government agendas, nor does the university seek to censor or place limits on what our elected student representatives are allowed to discuss or consider.

    Incidents of anti-Semitism do not represent the overall sentiment of the U-M campus. As is the case with other expressions of bias or bigotry, the university addresses incidents as soon as we become aware and take appropriate action when possible.

    At the University of Michigan, we celebrate and promote the essential idea that diversity and academic excellence are inseparable qualities of a public research university. Our Jewish students continue to be important members of our community of scholars. I deeply appreciate everyone here at Michigan, and throughout our nation and world, who work to improve the experiences of all students pursuing their dreams through higher education.

    http://publicaffairs.vpcomm.umich.edu/university-of-michigan-welcomes-jewish-students/

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  38. @Aristippus
    Mischling Emory alumnus here. I think it’s important to point out two things. First, the school is in the south, but overrun by Yankees. Screw Yankees. Second, being only 5th most Jew friendly is disgraceful. The Palestinian supporters were allowed a space during I-fest, but it clearly was too much. The school should have taken the fire hoses to them.

    It’s not just Emory overrun by Yankees. Good State U’s in the South are too. My alma mater, and I don’t like to reveal too much specific info on here because you never know who’s looking but you can probably figure it out based on my post history, is probably close to 25 % Yankee by now, 25 % Texan, 10 % from other Southern states and less than half the student population actually consisting of natives to the state. Due to how famous its sports programs are, most applicants are out of state and the school is overwhelmed with applications every year. Tuition has gone way up and most in-state students are too dumb to get in now. And it seems the Yankees, at least the ones I knew, are staying in the South once they graduate, too.

    All the better for me, because the value of my degree has increased.

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  39. There are a lot of Jews at Emory. In fact, the jock frat was populated by jews, in a way not seen at other colleges. I can’t remember the numbers but it used to be known that they were a really high percentage of the population. Tons of kids from the northeast that didn’t get into Ivy League schools make the trek down and returned after school.

    Not nearly as many southern rich kids at Emory as you might think, or at least that’s not the culture there at all, not like a UVA or something.

    Also, Emory is in an “athletic” conference that includes Brandeis, so that should tell you something.

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  40. 2. Tulane, 41%

    Is this a misprint?

    I no nothing of the joint. (And only been to New Orleans a couple times.) Has Tulane become some sort of Brandeis of the south? Judah P. Benjamin U.?

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    Tulane has always had a large contingent of rich kids from the northeast, including many Jews. New Orleans has its appeal.
    Tulane Grad
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  41. OT – Steve, I just did search for “Goad” in your archives, and no results found. You’ve never referenced Jim Goad after all these years? I find that hard to believe, but I will if you say so.

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    One of the great truck song singers , even though he has never actually floated the gears on a RoadRanger....

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2AN3XhZRbBY
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  42. Svigor says:
    @sabril
    It's not that Algemeiner is right-of-center, it's that Algemeiner is rabidly pro-Israel. And yes, there is a problem on a lot of college campuses with anti-Israel activism just like there is a problem with other Leftist causes. Speakers get shouted down, ridiculous policies get demanded, etc.

    By analogy, you could do a report on the "50 Worst Colleges for White People" and discover that most of those colleges had a heavily white student body. In fact, most of the anti-White activity in America comes from White people who feel compelled to virtue-signal. Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism.

    Posted Sunday 5/20/18 at 5:20AM Eastern Time.

    By analogy, you could do a report on the “50 Worst Colleges for White People” and discover that most of those colleges had a heavily white student body. In fact, most of the anti-White activity in America comes from White people who feel compelled to virtue-signal. Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism.

    I gotta hand it to you guys, you never give up. You just keep shoveling.

    Leftist Jews virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to White privilege and White Supremacy and Whites having borders and Whites having ethnonationalism, just like White leftists do (the difference being, Jews aren’t guillotining themselves in the process). The number of Jews who announce their opposition to Zionism is vanishingly small, by comparison.

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    Leftist Jews virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to White privilege and White Supremacy and Whites having borders and Whites having ethnonationalism, just like White leftists do (the difference being, Jews aren’t guillotining themselves in the process). The number of Jews who announce their opposition to Zionism is vanishingly small, by comparison.
     
    In your view, who are the 3 most prominent Leftist Jews who regularly announce their opposition to White privilege and Whites having ethnonationalism?
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  43. @San Fernando Curt
    Do we honestly know how much this supposed scourge "anti-Semitism" itself correlates with reality - or ever has?

    San Fernando, Jewish skin, like Black skin, is the thinnest skin around. Every slight is always because of anti Semitism or racism. Not that you could possibly be Jewish or Black and an asshole.

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  44. @AnotherDad

    Studies show that high percentages of Jewish students say they have witnessed, experienced or heard antisemitism on their campus.
     
    Given the extermely low bar for "antisemitism", isn't this a good thing?

    I went to Jesuit HS--excellent school, prepared me well for college--but it was good to go to BSU and be in a more "cosmopolitan" environment and hear from people with differing opinions on Catholics and Jesuits. (Not that i had a big need for that given my grandfather's views.)

    White and black kids will routinely hear criticism of their race. Jewish kids should too. Actually given Jewish power and privilege in America they should get an extra dose. College is suppose to be a place where you engage with the knowledge our ancestors gleaned--and learn to engage with conflicting (solid and stupid) ideas. Not some sort of protective cocoon. Of course, it would be nice if the criticism people heard--of blacks, whites, Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews actually had some content. I'd like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism--i.e. opposition to the integrative exogamy that built high trust peoples and was the foundation upon which the greatness of Western civilization was built. (In other words--the Jews made their own bed.) But you're unlikely to hear that at an American university. (Well at least outside of Kevin McDonald's class.)

    These universities now seem to feel that no--minority--kid should ever hear a negative word. Along with the minoritarian, anti-white agenda, it's feminized nonsense out of control.

    A reasonable amount of criticism--negative feedback--is good for people. Toughen up, grow a pair, don't think the world owes you anything. There's a word for people who don't get enough criticism--spoiled.

    BSU?

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/BSU

    Beijing Sport University?

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  45. Lot says:
    @AnotherDad

    Studies show that high percentages of Jewish students say they have witnessed, experienced or heard antisemitism on their campus.
     
    Given the extermely low bar for "antisemitism", isn't this a good thing?

    I went to Jesuit HS--excellent school, prepared me well for college--but it was good to go to BSU and be in a more "cosmopolitan" environment and hear from people with differing opinions on Catholics and Jesuits. (Not that i had a big need for that given my grandfather's views.)

    White and black kids will routinely hear criticism of their race. Jewish kids should too. Actually given Jewish power and privilege in America they should get an extra dose. College is suppose to be a place where you engage with the knowledge our ancestors gleaned--and learn to engage with conflicting (solid and stupid) ideas. Not some sort of protective cocoon. Of course, it would be nice if the criticism people heard--of blacks, whites, Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews actually had some content. I'd like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism--i.e. opposition to the integrative exogamy that built high trust peoples and was the foundation upon which the greatness of Western civilization was built. (In other words--the Jews made their own bed.) But you're unlikely to hear that at an American university. (Well at least outside of Kevin McDonald's class.)

    These universities now seem to feel that no--minority--kid should ever hear a negative word. Along with the minoritarian, anti-white agenda, it's feminized nonsense out of control.

    A reasonable amount of criticism--negative feedback--is good for people. Toughen up, grow a pair, don't think the world owes you anything. There's a word for people who don't get enough criticism--spoiled.

    “I’d like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism”

    There perhaps would be more of this if the “moderate” Jew-critics did not associate themselves with holocaust deniers, Nazi-sympathizers, and sometimes jihadis the Iranian regime. There’s plenty of that on MacDonald’s sites for instance.

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    Look, a squirrel!
    , @J.Ross
    >I'll take your criticism seriously so long as you -- and everybody I associate with you -- passes my purity test.
    Call me anti-Semitic, but I can only rub my chin so often and raise one eyebrow so high.
    , @Anon
    I occasionally read Dr Macdonalds site but ignore the comments . There are a lot of the Nazis were absolutely right and everybody else was wrong in WW2
    comments.

    Lately they are going and on about how Poland oppressed the Germans and deserved destruction.

    Attillathehen used to post all the time until some donors spoke with Dr Macdonald about her.

    Only about 10 people post regularly on that site but they post every day.
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  46. Lot says:
    @AnotherDad

    Studies show that high percentages of Jewish students say they have witnessed, experienced or heard antisemitism on their campus.
     
    Given the extermely low bar for "antisemitism", isn't this a good thing?

    I went to Jesuit HS--excellent school, prepared me well for college--but it was good to go to BSU and be in a more "cosmopolitan" environment and hear from people with differing opinions on Catholics and Jesuits. (Not that i had a big need for that given my grandfather's views.)

    White and black kids will routinely hear criticism of their race. Jewish kids should too. Actually given Jewish power and privilege in America they should get an extra dose. College is suppose to be a place where you engage with the knowledge our ancestors gleaned--and learn to engage with conflicting (solid and stupid) ideas. Not some sort of protective cocoon. Of course, it would be nice if the criticism people heard--of blacks, whites, Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews actually had some content. I'd like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism--i.e. opposition to the integrative exogamy that built high trust peoples and was the foundation upon which the greatness of Western civilization was built. (In other words--the Jews made their own bed.) But you're unlikely to hear that at an American university. (Well at least outside of Kevin McDonald's class.)

    These universities now seem to feel that no--minority--kid should ever hear a negative word. Along with the minoritarian, anti-white agenda, it's feminized nonsense out of control.

    A reasonable amount of criticism--negative feedback--is good for people. Toughen up, grow a pair, don't think the world owes you anything. There's a word for people who don't get enough criticism--spoiled.

    “A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people.”

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    Is there some parallel “negative feedback” towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you’d consider correct and legitimate and “good for” those peoples? Like what?

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    Negative feedback towards those groups would be legitimate and good if they were analogous to Jewish Americans. None of those groups have as strong an identity as Jewish Americans do. Some Irish and Italian Americans have strong identities, but it tends to be more parochial and local, focused on family and local culture, etc., not on national and international level politics and on shaping national level, popular, and other people's cultures.
    , @J.Ross
    Sholomon Rubashkin had literal rape rooms as he destroyed a community that had welcomed him with open arms; he was the only Agriprocessors prosecution because all his friends had fled to Israel. What is the Irish-American or German-American equivalent of that?
    , @Mr. Anon
    "Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good?"

    The point is that it might do Jews some good to listen to a little criticism. Do you think it wouldn't? Do you think that this one group - alone among all the people in the World in all of history - should be immune to any criticism? Moreover, your reply is disingenuous. You know damned well why even mild criticism of Jews, as a group, doesn't do any group any good - because they will be god-damned for it from all sides by the media and elite opinion. It's the old game of "Jews have no power. And if you say we do, you will be crushed".

    Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.
     
    And why could that possibly be? See above paragraph.

    Is there some parallel “negative feedback” towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you’d consider correct and legitimate and “good for” those peoples? Like what?
     
    Do you mean to claim that the British have not been criticized? The Irish? The Italians? The Germans? You've got to be kidding. Don't piss on us and tell us it's raining.

    And - in answer to your thoroughly cynical and dishonest question - yes, there are plenty of criticisms one could lay at those groups, which criticisms they would do well to take under advisment. I have plenty of critiques of my own group, the Anglo-Saxons.
    , @Anon
    There was an Italian-American Civil Rights league that attempted to copy the antisemitism shtick. Italians were smart enough to figure it was a racket and it died.

    Now I have a question for you:
    Is there some parallel “negative feedback” towards black and Hispanic Americans that you’d consider correct and legitimate and “good for” those peoples? Like what?
    , @SimplePseudonymicHandle
    I was about to split hairs on this plus aspects of the thrust of your second clause:

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears
     
    ...and I stopped myself and thought.

    And instead: I completely agree with you. In fact--I raise you on the point.

    I think it is completely incendiary when there is a fault or perception of fault, and someone makes that matter of fault "about" someone being Jewish. I can totally understand Jewish sensitivity on this point.

    And I think that the matter is, by essence and necessity, generalizable, so to make a matter "about" someone being female, or male - to make it "about" being black or ... etc.

    Completely incendiary.

    What is needed is a full-embrace of the social more that we won't do this by answering with public offense, and public shaming when, for example, people make things "about" being "white" and "male".

    Much - so very much - of how commenters on Unz are simply not getting it, comes down to the failure to recognize that Jewish people are genuinely onto something when they respond with offense by someone attributing a feature to their Jewishness, and they respond in essence with words or attitude of "who are you calling a Jew?"

    Rather than walk into the trap - which seems like legions are ready to do - everyone needs to wise up and when confronted with being called "white", respond first, "who are you calling 'white'?" and respond second with offense, with shaming, with uncompromisable demands that politicians cease enumerating "whites".

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  47. BB753 says:
    @AnotherDad

    Studies show that high percentages of Jewish students say they have witnessed, experienced or heard antisemitism on their campus.
     
    Given the extermely low bar for "antisemitism", isn't this a good thing?

    I went to Jesuit HS--excellent school, prepared me well for college--but it was good to go to BSU and be in a more "cosmopolitan" environment and hear from people with differing opinions on Catholics and Jesuits. (Not that i had a big need for that given my grandfather's views.)

    White and black kids will routinely hear criticism of their race. Jewish kids should too. Actually given Jewish power and privilege in America they should get an extra dose. College is suppose to be a place where you engage with the knowledge our ancestors gleaned--and learn to engage with conflicting (solid and stupid) ideas. Not some sort of protective cocoon. Of course, it would be nice if the criticism people heard--of blacks, whites, Catholics, Protestants, Muslims and Jews actually had some content. I'd like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism--i.e. opposition to the integrative exogamy that built high trust peoples and was the foundation upon which the greatness of Western civilization was built. (In other words--the Jews made their own bed.) But you're unlikely to hear that at an American university. (Well at least outside of Kevin McDonald's class.)

    These universities now seem to feel that no--minority--kid should ever hear a negative word. Along with the minoritarian, anti-white agenda, it's feminized nonsense out of control.

    A reasonable amount of criticism--negative feedback--is good for people. Toughen up, grow a pair, don't think the world owes you anything. There's a word for people who don't get enough criticism--spoiled.

    “There’s a word for people who don’t get enough criticism”

    Ruling class.

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  48. Whiskey says: • Website

    Tulane grad. New Orleans has a substantial Jewish pop and lots of synagogue dating from the thirties. 1830s.

    There is real anti semitism physical attacks at UCI . Mostly by Muslims. More Muslims more anti semitisn.

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    You went to Tulane whiskey?
    , @Anon
    What’s UCI? Only one I can think of is in Irving ca
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  49. What you need to understand here is that the ostensibly Jewish students at places like Tufts tend to express their Judaism by substituting the Torah with extremely left-wing politics. This happened on a national level too: Jewish organization propped up Black Lives Matter and then, to the surprise of nobody on iSteve, Black Lives Matters turned out to hate Israel and love Farrakhan.

    They play with fire and are shocked to get burned.

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    Nope.

    It is in the DNA of the Jewish meme to fireplay in ways that assure getting burned.

    That's how new life is breathed into the "victim" category.

    Jews retcon history. Including their own. Mnemosyne is not sacred and Clio is just a whore of the marketing mavens.

    I took a Ph.D. in this at one of those Jewish-friendly Ivy League universities, btw.

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  50. anon[387] • Disclaimer says:
    @AnotherDad

    2. Tulane, 41%
     
    Is this a misprint?

    I no nothing of the joint. (And only been to New Orleans a couple times.) Has Tulane become some sort of Brandeis of the south? Judah P. Benjamin U.?

    Tulane has always had a large contingent of rich kids from the northeast, including many Jews. New Orleans has its appeal.
    Tulane Grad

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  51. Anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    "A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people."

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    Is there some parallel "negative feedback" towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you'd consider correct and legitimate and "good for" those peoples? Like what?

    Negative feedback towards those groups would be legitimate and good if they were analogous to Jewish Americans. None of those groups have as strong an identity as Jewish Americans do. Some Irish and Italian Americans have strong identities, but it tends to be more parochial and local, focused on family and local culture, etc., not on national and international level politics and on shaping national level, popular, and other people’s cultures.

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  52. L Bean says:

    Tulane is FULL of Jewish kids, my BIL’s daughter goes there, they are secular middle class Jews. Hillel runs the place. They start with the indoctrination on day one. She never gave a fck about Zionism or Israel until she started there, she was a typical upper middle class jock type, American in every way. Now she’s buying mezuzahs for everyone in her family and making them do hanukkah ceremonies etc.

    I will never get the “South is sooo antisemitic” bs. The old south was hugely Jewish, the best parts of the old cemeteries were the Jewish parts, the synagogues often had the best real estate; Savannah comes to mind, the synagogue is at its heart, situated most beautifully. The oldest most desirable commercial real estate in old NOLA still has centuries-old merchant shops like “Cohen’s Antiques” and “Rothschild Fine Art”(I’m not being flippant about this, you can google these businesses). You don’t find this sort of contiguity in the north, even in NYC. Chicago might be a close contender, but those are still not the “old” families.

    So I guess the takeaway from this is More Jews, More Fake News.

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    After Hurricane Katrina, the Tulane Campus Police started providing basic cop services to a sizable neighborhood beyond the campus. Tulane students organized the ambulance service to take neighborhood people downtown five miles away to the Tulane medical center. Tulane is a dominant institution in New Orlean's comeback since 2005 as a more upscale boutique city.
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  53. Karl says:

    if _Algemeiner_ is “right-of-center”, than I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison then got run over by a damned old train – while I was going to get her in my pickup truck

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    Song written by a Jewish Cubs fan from Chicago, Steve Goodman, for David Allan Coe.
    , @SFG
    That was hilarious. Probably the reason I'm a DAC fan.
    , @roo_ster
    ...in the rain.
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  54. Anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:
    @sabril
    It's not that Algemeiner is right-of-center, it's that Algemeiner is rabidly pro-Israel. And yes, there is a problem on a lot of college campuses with anti-Israel activism just like there is a problem with other Leftist causes. Speakers get shouted down, ridiculous policies get demanded, etc.

    By analogy, you could do a report on the "50 Worst Colleges for White People" and discover that most of those colleges had a heavily white student body. In fact, most of the anti-White activity in America comes from White people who feel compelled to virtue-signal. Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism.

    Posted Sunday 5/20/18 at 5:20AM Eastern Time.

    But white people don’t have their own student associations, clubs, organizations, and their own scholarships and networking groups, their own buildings and dining halls and menus, and their own counselors and administrators, like Jewish students do at these universities. I’m not sure if you’ve been on one of these campuses lately, but they’re not analogous at all. Jewish students have access to a tremendous amount of exclusive resources and a parallel sort of university within the university that whites don’t have. Other minority groups have similar setups that are modeled on the Jewish experience, but they tend to be much less impressive and extensive than the Jewish student ecosystem, for various reasons such as fewer numbers, less organizational ability, less external help – Jewish alumni and wealthy benefactors tend to be very active in supporting and funding these Jewish student networks and ecosystems within universities.

    These campuses have a high Jewish student population and a lot of Jewish resources and alumni involvement, so the threshold of purported anti-Semitism is much lower. Actual anti-Semitism would be pretty blatant on these campuses.

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    But white people don’t have their own student associations, clubs, organizations
     
    I agree . . . but so what? How does that contradict or undermine anything I have said?
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  55. LOL at Brandeis.

    I think it’s BDS. BDS is popular at liberal schools. Zionists think BDS is the new NSDAP. Ergo more anti-Zionism=more alleged anti-Semitism.

    If you cut us, do we not bleed?

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  56. Another thought: more Jews=more alleged anti-Semitism.

    They’re a touchy people. The more Jews hanging around, the more likely one is to make a stink over a goy supposedly not paying the proper respect.

    But then, this is Sailer’s implied point.

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  57. Mr. Anon says:
    @anony-mouse
    You would think that an organization with 'Jewish' in its name would be and could be funded by Jews but you would be wrong:

    https://www.ngo-monitor.org/reports/uncovering-the-jvp-funding-network/

    And since I know Steve reads the 'Forward', er, religiously, here's a recent article about a wealthy non-Jew running for Congress who, well, is another of those non-Jewish funders:

    https://forward.com/news/national/401309/exclusive-democratic-rising-star-in-swing-district-gave-300k-to-pro-bds/

    Having 'peace in your name doesn't mean you support Peace anymore than having 'Jewish' in you name means you have any more than a few Jews.

    And since you are 'Simon in London' you know about 'Jewish voice for Labour' which could only bring out about 30 people of all backgrounds at a recent demo.

    That organization you cited, NGO Monitor, seems to want to appear to be a neutral party in all this. Their motto is “Making NGOs Accountable”. However, a cursory inspection of their website demonstrates that their motto ought to be “Making NGOs Accountable to Israel” as that is their only focus.

    You imply that JVP is not really jewish, as it is funded by other groups. But a lot of those other groups themselves seem to be jewish groups or are heavily funded by Jews: The Jewish Communal Fund, The Shimkin foundation, the Kaphan foundation, the Ben and Jerry’s Foundation. One of their biggest funders is Tides, which is an aggregator that pools funding from a variety of “philanthropists” (i.e. left-wing busy-bodies); George Soros for example. I’d wager a lot of jewish giving goes to Tides.

    NGO Monitor also lists the American Friends Service Committee, the charitable arm of the Quakers, as an anti-Israel organization.

    Well, I don’t know. Maybe they are. Maybe they aren’t. I don’t really care. The whole Israel/Palestinian issue just sounds like a dispute between two groups of foreigners to me, and if you ask me, has no business occupying so much volume in my country.

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  58. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Lot
    "A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people."

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    Is there some parallel "negative feedback" towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you'd consider correct and legitimate and "good for" those peoples? Like what?

    Sholomon Rubashkin had literal rape rooms as he destroyed a community that had welcomed him with open arms; he was the only Agriprocessors prosecution because all his friends had fled to Israel. What is the Irish-American or German-American equivalent of that?

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    Why did Trump commute the sentence of Sholomon Rubashkin? All the establishment support for the bastard makes me wonder why DJT did their bidding. What was the upside for Trump? Was it for Kushner?
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  59. Mr. Anon says:
    @Lot
    "A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people."

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    Is there some parallel "negative feedback" towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you'd consider correct and legitimate and "good for" those peoples? Like what?

    “Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good?”

    The point is that it might do Jews some good to listen to a little criticism. Do you think it wouldn’t? Do you think that this one group – alone among all the people in the World in all of history – should be immune to any criticism? Moreover, your reply is disingenuous. You know damned well why even mild criticism of Jews, as a group, doesn’t do any group any good – because they will be god-damned for it from all sides by the media and elite opinion. It’s the old game of “Jews have no power. And if you say we do, you will be crushed”.

    Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    And why could that possibly be? See above paragraph.

    Is there some parallel “negative feedback” towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you’d consider correct and legitimate and “good for” those peoples? Like what?

    Do you mean to claim that the British have not been criticized? The Irish? The Italians? The Germans? You’ve got to be kidding. Don’t piss on us and tell us it’s raining.

    And – in answer to your thoroughly cynical and dishonest question – yes, there are plenty of criticisms one could lay at those groups, which criticisms they would do well to take under advisment. I have plenty of critiques of my own group, the Anglo-Saxons.

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    "Do you mean to claim that the British have not been criticized?"

    No, I was asking AnotherDad for examples of white American groups other than Jews who ought to receive and then benefit from particulized criticism, which I did because he made that general argument, and then said Jews should on that basis welcome and benefit from at least some Jew-specific criticism. If the argument was a good would, at least one of them would have been able to respond to the question directly. Like, "Yes, the Irish are prone to problem drinking and DUI, and the Scots-Irish to opioids, they would benefit from some hostile reminders of it." But he won't say something like that, as he shouldn't.

    My more general point is talking about white Americans as separate ethnic groups with opposing interests in zero-sum competition with each other is divisive, counterproductive, and increasingly incoherent as we are rapidly blending together.

    For the record, there are certainly plenty of valid critiques of European and American Jews one could level, and they typically correspond to the ones actually asserted by anti-semites in an extremely exaggerated form. And of course people who level them tend to suffer from often very disproportionate responses.

    I do not see this as a substantial problem however. I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high, but the bigger issue is the counter reaction from both Jews and their many friends and relatives is extremely damaging to the nationalist right. Again, I get no earnest response to this point, because "You are wrong, there are many examples of successful countersemite political movements in circumstances similar to the USA" is also impossible to say.
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  60. Anon[198] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    No, he ignores data that doesn't support his pre-determined thesis.

    Let’s hear your predetermined thesis.

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  61. Anon[198] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    "A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people."

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    Is there some parallel "negative feedback" towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you'd consider correct and legitimate and "good for" those peoples? Like what?

    There was an Italian-American Civil Rights league that attempted to copy the antisemitism shtick. Italians were smart enough to figure it was a racket and it died.

    Now I have a question for you:
    Is there some parallel “negative feedback” towards black and Hispanic Americans that you’d consider correct and legitimate and “good for” those peoples? Like what?

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    The IACRL was started by a mobster under indictment or at least under investigation; he was killed on the orders oh higher ups in the Mob because tha IACRL was generating too much publicity (especially due to massive public rallies.)
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  62. @Clifford Brown
    Yeah, some real hotbeds of antisemitism on this list.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaPBhxXhprg

    Doesn’t Allen eat Chinese?

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  63. J.Ross says: • Website

    OT we are on the cusp of either a new reform in policing or an age of vigilantism:

    Teens caught on cell phone video jumping valley mother

    Neighbors in the Northwest part of the Valley said a group of teens have been terrorizing their community near Elkhorn and Fort Apache. On April 27, the group of teens were recorded on cell phone video attacking a woman. Neighbors said the woman was attacked three times and suffered a sprained ankle and broken finger. “Sixty kids came out of no where and just rushed everyone,” Jon Harris said of his wife’s attack. “I don’t know how it started but we turned around and my wife was getting jumped by a bunch of kids.” In the same video that captured the attack, the group of teens were seen picking up baseball size rocks and throwing them. Many of those rocks, neighbors said hit homes and cars. “They hit my neighbors’ wife with those rocks,” Harris said. “He was also hit trying to protect his wife.”

    “I want people to know that video where my neighbor is getting beat, this isn’t a one time thing,” Eric Phillips said. Phillips is a middle school math teacher, and lives in the neighborhood. Others there said the teens have been causing problems in the area for months. “You can’t drive down the street. They stop cars they try to get in the cars. They start banging on cars,” Harris said. “We know there names, we have pictures we have videos we have spoke to their parents. I mean two to three times a day they are an issue and 2-3 times a day police come. Police handcuff them, then 10 minutes later you see them back walking around.” Phillips said he brought dozens of statements to the school and was told: “We will not be investigating.”

    http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/38227962/teens-caught-on-cell-phone-video-jumping-valley-mother

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    George Washington is for people who can't get into Georgetown.
    , @James Forrestal

    OT we are on the cusp of either a new reform in policing
     
    But this is reform, though.

    Phillips said he brought dozens of statements to the school and was told: “We will not be investigating.”
     
    But this is how you disrupt muh "school to prison pipeline," doncha know. By not investigating crimes committed by "youths," or "keedz," or "teens." If you don't investigate their crimes, let alone charge, prosecute or punish the culprits, then they're not really criminals, now are they?

    Clown world? Or anarcho-tyranny? Take your pick.
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  64. Pat Boyle says:
    @Clifford Brown
    Yeah, some real hotbeds of antisemitism on this list.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaPBhxXhprg

    I see that my alma mater George Washington University has the highest ant-Semitism score – although I’m unclear as to what that actually means. It might just indicate how many Muslim students are enrolled.

    George Washington is a funny university in many ways. It is the source of many maybe even most of the federal government super grades. Civil servants make more money than comparable private industry workers but there is in effect a cap on their maximum earning power. Lots of government bureaucrats are millionaires but none (I think) have ever been billionaires.

    As it happens for charitable donations one billionaire is worth far more than a hundred thousand of those dime-a-dozen millionaires. That’s why George Washington gets relatively little from its alumni and that in turn is why it’s tuition is so high.

    I don’t remember anything particularly anti-Semitic about GW. But that was a long time ago now.

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    I used to work with an old lawyer who went to law school at GW in the late '50s. His father knew Pat McCarran, so as a 1L he worked as a page in the Capitol, even though you weren't supposed to have a job during first year. So he got to know the barber in the capitol basement, and asked him how much Jack Kennedy tipped. Answer: 5 cents.
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  65. Michelle says:

    Michigan is not surprising. High Muslim population and ex Canadians. An ex of mine was from Sheboygan, his mom’s family were Canadian by way of Ireland. When I went to meet his family, he warned me, “My aunt seems like a sweet little old lady, but wait til she gets started on the “Jews” and their “Banks”. I never got to hear it from his aunt, but his mom announced during dinner one evening that “There is a reason that everyone hates the Jews”. When I began to ask her to elaborate upon her opinion, I became the most hated person in the room. I guess they were right, it was rude of me to question the hostess and my, possibly, future mother in law. She and I never did get along.

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    Michelle:

    Hard to believe that Canadians are uptight about the Jews (or about anything else for that matter!).

    The few interactions I've had with them are that they are of the most milquetoast variety (as exemplifies by Justin Trudeau).
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  66. anonymous[733] • Disclaimer says:

    When you have a genetic predisposition to paranoid schizophrenia, the walls are anti-Semitic.

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  67. Ivy says:

    “Fog in Channel, colleges cut off”

    Or socked in, Or a real pea-souper, you get the drift, and may choose from the non-socksist or non-soupist option.

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  68. ATBOTL says:

    This “Algemeiner” website has been pushing some of the most over the top whining about how persecuted Jews today are and how gentiles must do more for Jews. They appear to be neocons trying to play the Muslim card to get gentile conservatives back into supporting wars for Israel.

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  69. J.Ross says: • Website

    OT Finns dropping Universal Basic Income because, in a finding which no libertarian-leaning economist could have warned about, free money kills ambition. Note: this is surely what happened, but the article that follows does not bear it out, and argues the opposite effect, that, with more free money, people will spontaneously become ambitious.

    Recall how all the odious planks of the globalist plan — decriminalization of drugs, banning guns, free migration of cheap labor, autonomous cars, UBI, tumbleweed houses and casket apartments, etc, are always flogged in the legacy media as inevitable. Don’t waste time debating it — it’s a certainty.
    The article takes the line that the experiment would have worked if only the Finnish government had believed in it more.

    Before the experiment was approved by the government in 2016, KELA officials talked of paying 800 euros ($974) a month in unconditional income to a test group of working-age citizens. But by the time the program began early last year, the amount was whittled down to 560 euros: If extended to the whole country, the cost of the earlier proposal would have exceeded the Finnish government’s entire revenue. A similarly impractical approach led to the failure of a 2016 Swiss referendum on offering a payout of 2,500 Swiss francs ($2,540).

    It’s all but impossible to live on 560 euros in Finland. A one-bedroom apartment on the outskirts of Helsinki rents for almost that much. So the experiment’s designers settled on not really paying the UBI to the unemployed, who kept a higher level of government support — at least 32.4 euros a day for the first 400 days after losing a job. Only the working poor would benefit significantly from it.

    I thought that group was supposed to be a major projected beneficiary since this would enable the working poor to become marginally better off? Is his goal here, not to help the working poor or the unemployed, but to discourage employment? For the answer, skip to the last quote. First a brief survey of other UBI experiments, which also failed to clap enough.

    Neither dividends from the Alaska Permanent Fund, which paid every state resident $1,100 for 2017, nor Iran’s one-year experiment, in 2011, with paying 96 percent of its population $45 a month, had any effect on employment. The Finnish program, of course, pays more but also below subsistence level, so its outcome is likely to be similar.

    And now, remember Nacy Pelosi talking about Americans taking guitar lessons?

    If these experiments show that tangibly increased financial security makes people more inclined to study, try more creative endeavors or even start businesses, the undeniably high cost of the UBI may yet seem justified.

    You too can have an atomized and diffident society of Beautiful Ones pursuing increasingly esoteric art projects, if only you believe; and who knows, one day, maybe it won’t be a waste of money! Gosh!

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    The basic income kills the ambition for people to become Wal-Mart greeters, debt-collectors, telemarketers, 'personal assistants', escorts, 'sugar babies', camwhores, Uber drivers, 'fast casual' food service grunts, etc. It would be absolutely devastating to the economy.
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  70. I live a few miles from UW Madison. My wife works for UW Madison. One of my kids attends UW Madison.

    Is there bigotry there? Hell yes. The Madison liberals are far more bigoted than they like to think.

    There is also quite a bit of tension between “Sconnies” and “Coasties”.

    Thing is, for many decades, UW has been a place where it is fashionable for wealthy New Yorkers to attend. This is especially true about the Jewish contingent. My sister-in-law taught at a yeshiva for wealthy Jews, and the kids got to attend for free. Lots of their wealthy classmates attend UW Madison.

    Fact of the matter, there is a bit of a culture clash between struggling Midwest farm kids and wealthy New Yorkers. There are fancy apartment building in Madison that are strictly for rich kid students. Sconnies can’t afford those rents.

    Sometimes the culture clash leads to some good-natured ribbing, other times it gets a little nastier.

    I have never heard of violent anti-Semetic incidents. In fact, the Sconnies don’t seem to really care that the Coasties are mostly Jewish. All they know is the Coasties are from a different culture, and the Coasties are far wealthier.

    Midwesterners are generally too polite to be really nasty about it, so I doubt things are as bad as the article makes it sound. And Jews are accepted here. When I moved to Madison, two of the best-known politicians were Jewish. Former Senator Feingold is Jewish, and the woman who was then mayor of Madison was a Jewish NYC transplant.

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    Isn't Michigan Ann Arbor worse than Madison because of NY Jews? I remember that the rent a car agencies had a policy of not renting cars to people under 25. The Madison Ann Arbor U of Chicago Northwestern and other east coast Jews sued the car rental agencies for discrimination against Jews because those students couldn't rent cars and had to take the airport bus to campus like every body else.

    The Jews for once lost because the under 25 policy applied to everyone.
    , @Dan Hayes
    Paleo Liberal:

    But don't forget, University Wisconsin Madison has given us at least one who realized what was going on there in the person of (drumbeats): Kevin MacDonald!
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  71. GWU was extremely jewish

    AU was allegedly even more jewish (referred to as “gay jew”)

    On the subject of jews,

    I saw in a comment a reference to Audacious Epigone post, which broke out that married jewish men went 59% for Trump. This is only a couple points lower than married White men Trump %

    Big if true. Why has this not been discussed more?

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    Single female Jews went much more heavily against Romney in 2012 than married or single male Jews. Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as "Why won't a Jewish man marry me?," which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.
    , @SFG
    Honestly, who's going to bring it up? Lefty Jewish pundits who don't want to admit how many of their relatives went to the dark side? Neocon Never-Trump Jewish pundits who don't want to admit how many of their friends went to the dark side? Alt-righters who don't want to admit there are Jews who don't spend their time burning with hatred for the white race? (Heartiste actually brought it up and had to walk it back--you can see it in his archives.)

    57% of married men voted for Trump as opposed to 44% of unmarried men, and Trump got 62% of white men. Splitting the difference, I'd estimate maybe about 70% of married white men voted for Trump. So if you take a Jewish person and make every other factor pro-Trump (married, male) you're going to get a few Trump voters.

    That said Trump got 23% of the Jewish vote as against 59% of the Protestant vote or 50% of the Catholic vote according to the CNN exit polls. So walk into a synagogue and chuck a bagel and there's a chance you'll hit a Trump voter...but he'll probably deny it.
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  72. Svigor says:
    @Lot
    "I’d like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism"

    There perhaps would be more of this if the "moderate" Jew-critics did not associate themselves with holocaust deniers, Nazi-sympathizers, and sometimes jihadis the Iranian regime. There's plenty of that on MacDonald's sites for instance.

    Look, a squirrel!

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  73. @Karl
    if _Algemeiner_ is "right-of-center", than I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison then got run over by a damned old train - while I was going to get her in my pickup truck

    Song written by a Jewish Cubs fan from Chicago, Steve Goodman, for David Allan Coe.

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  74. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:

    Glad to see Stanford is on the list of doesn’t grovel to Jews list. That was practically the only 4 years of my life I haven’t been surrounded by them telling me horrible WASPs like me are responsible for all the ills of the earth yet also wanting to be friends with me.

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  75. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paleo Liberal
    I live a few miles from UW Madison. My wife works for UW Madison. One of my kids attends UW Madison.

    Is there bigotry there? Hell yes. The Madison liberals are far more bigoted than they like to think.

    There is also quite a bit of tension between "Sconnies" and "Coasties".

    Thing is, for many decades, UW has been a place where it is fashionable for wealthy New Yorkers to attend. This is especially true about the Jewish contingent. My sister-in-law taught at a yeshiva for wealthy Jews, and the kids got to attend for free. Lots of their wealthy classmates attend UW Madison.

    Fact of the matter, there is a bit of a culture clash between struggling Midwest farm kids and wealthy New Yorkers. There are fancy apartment building in Madison that are strictly for rich kid students. Sconnies can't afford those rents.

    Sometimes the culture clash leads to some good-natured ribbing, other times it gets a little nastier.

    I have never heard of violent anti-Semetic incidents. In fact, the Sconnies don't seem to really care that the Coasties are mostly Jewish. All they know is the Coasties are from a different culture, and the Coasties are far wealthier.

    Midwesterners are generally too polite to be really nasty about it, so I doubt things are as bad as the article makes it sound. And Jews are accepted here. When I moved to Madison, two of the best-known politicians were Jewish. Former Senator Feingold is Jewish, and the woman who was then mayor of Madison was a Jewish NYC transplant.

    Isn’t Michigan Ann Arbor worse than Madison because of NY Jews? I remember that the rent a car agencies had a policy of not renting cars to people under 25. The Madison Ann Arbor U of Chicago Northwestern and other east coast Jews sued the car rental agencies for discrimination against Jews because those students couldn’t rent cars and had to take the airport bus to campus like every body else.

    The Jews for once lost because the under 25 policy applied to everyone.

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    Ann Arbor is about half the size of Madison, and the enrollment at Michigan is about the same, maybe 10% higher. I would suspect the influence of U Michigan on Ann Arbor would be greater than the influence of U Wisconsin on Madison.

    Other than that, not a very big difference.

    One interesting tidbit -- there is a kosher bakery in Madison, and the owner is a Christian. In fact, the bakery could not survive unless the owner were a Christian. If it were run by a Jew, it would go bankrupt.

    Thing is, there is very little difference between Halal and Kosher foods. So observant Muslims can go to the Kosher bakery. In fact, the busiest day of the week for the bakery is Saturday, when all the Muslims go to the bakery. The second busiest day is Sunday, when the Jews go.

    Under Kosher rules, the bakery could NOT be open Saturday if it were run by a Jew, and the place would go bankrupt. Since the owner is Christian, he is permitted under Kosher rules to work (Shabbot Goy).
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  76. Anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    OT Finns dropping Universal Basic Income because, in a finding which no libertarian-leaning economist could have warned about, free money kills ambition. Note: this is surely what happened, but the article that follows does not bear it out, and argues the opposite effect, that, with more free money, people will spontaneously become ambitious.

    https://twitter.com/business/status/995167380857815040

    Recall how all the odious planks of the globalist plan -- decriminalization of drugs, banning guns, free migration of cheap labor, autonomous cars, UBI, tumbleweed houses and casket apartments, etc, are always flogged in the legacy media as inevitable. Don't waste time debating it -- it's a certainty.
    The article takes the line that the experiment would have worked if only the Finnish government had believed in it more.

    Before the experiment was approved by the government in 2016, KELA officials talked of paying 800 euros ($974) a month in unconditional income to a test group of working-age citizens. But by the time the program began early last year, the amount was whittled down to 560 euros: If extended to the whole country, the cost of the earlier proposal would have exceeded the Finnish government’s entire revenue. A similarly impractical approach led to the failure of a 2016 Swiss referendum on offering a payout of 2,500 Swiss francs ($2,540).

    It’s all but impossible to live on 560 euros in Finland. A one-bedroom apartment on the outskirts of Helsinki rents for almost that much. So the experiment’s designers settled on not really paying the UBI to the unemployed, who kept a higher level of government support -- at least 32.4 euros a day for the first 400 days after losing a job. Only the working poor would benefit significantly from it.
     
    I thought that group was supposed to be a major projected beneficiary since this would enable the working poor to become marginally better off? Is his goal here, not to help the working poor or the unemployed, but to discourage employment? For the answer, skip to the last quote. First a brief survey of other UBI experiments, which also failed to clap enough.

    Neither dividends from the Alaska Permanent Fund, which paid every state resident $1,100 for 2017, nor Iran’s one-year experiment, in 2011, with paying 96 percent of its population $45 a month, had any effect on employment. The Finnish program, of course, pays more but also below subsistence level, so its outcome is likely to be similar.
     
    And now, remember Nacy Pelosi talking about Americans taking guitar lessons?

    If these experiments show that tangibly increased financial security makes people more inclined to study, try more creative endeavors or even start businesses, the undeniably high cost of the UBI may yet seem justified.
     
    You too can have an atomized and diffident society of Beautiful Ones pursuing increasingly esoteric art projects, if only you believe; and who knows, one day, maybe it won't be a waste of money! Gosh!

    The basic income kills the ambition for people to become Wal-Mart greeters, debt-collectors, telemarketers, ‘personal assistants’, escorts, ‘sugar babies’, camwhores, Uber drivers, ‘fast casual’ food service grunts, etc. It would be absolutely devastating to the economy.

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    LOL

    Many jobs are largely make-work; but it seems we need the dynamic of a job or "job" to keep society ordered.

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  77. @L Bean
    Tulane is FULL of Jewish kids, my BIL's daughter goes there, they are secular middle class Jews. Hillel runs the place. They start with the indoctrination on day one. She never gave a fck about Zionism or Israel until she started there, she was a typical upper middle class jock type, American in every way. Now she's buying mezuzahs for everyone in her family and making them do hanukkah ceremonies etc.

    I will never get the "South is sooo antisemitic" bs. The old south was hugely Jewish, the best parts of the old cemeteries were the Jewish parts, the synagogues often had the best real estate; Savannah comes to mind, the synagogue is at its heart, situated most beautifully. The oldest most desirable commercial real estate in old NOLA still has centuries-old merchant shops like "Cohen's Antiques" and "Rothschild Fine Art"(I'm not being flippant about this, you can google these businesses). You don't find this sort of contiguity in the north, even in NYC. Chicago might be a close contender, but those are still not the "old" families.

    So I guess the takeaway from this is More Jews, More Fake News.

    After Hurricane Katrina, the Tulane Campus Police started providing basic cop services to a sizable neighborhood beyond the campus. Tulane students organized the ambulance service to take neighborhood people downtown five miles away to the Tulane medical center. Tulane is a dominant institution in New Orlean’s comeback since 2005 as a more upscale boutique city.

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  78. OT (Apologies for the large photos and long space of this post):

    The Electric Jaguar Wedding Fest

    The Oxford English Dictionary defines a fest as “a festival or gathering devoted to a particular activity or interest.”

    The Americans at Webster’s say it is “a gathering, event, or show having a specified focus.”

    On Saturday, at the pinnacle of the English-speaking world, there was a fest devoted to diversity. It was a show that focused on our new model of life.

    They called it a wedding, but it wasn’t.

    Rich royalty of the woke world attended. Among our betters there was Oprah, she of one name. There was George Clooney and his human rights lawyer. There were Mr. and Mr. Elton John and Mr. John’s pink glasses.

    Right smack in the middle of the ceremonies, there was a rousing fourteen-minute sermon/speech by the black Baptist preacher who now heads the Episcopal Church . The outline was roughly: Dr. Martin Luther King, love, fire, songs sung by slaves, love, power, and a new world.

    He was exhorting the whole watching world to worship Sacred Diversity.

    His speech was not about a wedding, but about the nationless, race-less, culture-less heaven we all could inhabit if we all would just love one another the way the ginger prince and the mulatto actress love each other.

    The way they interacted on camera, they did appear to be in love. The well cast couple of the future was having a good time.

    Everyone loves everyone now, so even seriously beautiful and serious ex-girlfriends, one an endangered blond African, were invited to join in and sing Kumbaya.

    What was:

    As the new Duke and Duchess of Diversity walked out to their carriage, a black gospel choir could be heard singing, “A-a-a men, A-a-a men, A-men, A-men…” ad infinitum.

    Hallelujah! A half sub-Saharan African divorced actress from California has married into the British Royal Family, and we can all feel good about it. Who needs President Obama?

    Royal white people are redeemed! Let that be an example to the rest of us.

    Departing for a place called Frogmore House to attend the reception, the royal Mark Steyn lookalike emerged camera-ready from the castle, dressed in black tie, accompanied by the new Bond woman. He helped her climb into a silver-blue, 1968 Jaguar E-Type roadster – one of the most beautiful automobiles ever made.

    Somebody had ripped its heart out and installed an electric motor.

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    This is good , this is good , the more the better .
    , @Anon
    Rumor always had it that Chelsea Davis refused him because she didn't want life in the royal fish tank where the press could endless discuss the color of her nail polish and everything else about her.

    I myself prefer blondes because I'm one, my husband is one and thanks be to God the girls are blonde with a bit of help. But lots of people like brunettes. I think Meghan looks more like an Arab than an African. I bet that was the first black preacher she ever heard in her life. Its unclear if she was ever baptized catholic. But she went to catholic school all the way and had to be re baptized in the church of England, something all those Lutheran Germans who married into the royal family never had to do.

    Who cares. I remember the whole dianna thing. Its just beyond vulgar.
    , @Hibernian
    She's his Duchess of Earl.
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  79. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:

    There are about 5 things I’ve done in my life that I’m very proud of.

    About #3 on the list is getting one of the many many Mizrahi Mafia immigrants from Israel jailed and deported for procuring, sex trafficking child molesting and HI-B visa fraud. he owned 4 of those mall kiosks. Those kiosks don’t exist to sell hair bows, stolen purses and wallets and doo dads.

    They are used as fronts for all sorts of fraud including but not limited to; visa fraud, SBA loan fraud, fencing of stolen goods; that’s where their stock comes from human trafficking, sex trafficking and whatever crimes they can come up with.

    Schmuel is his name known as Muli. he and his Mizrahi mafia friends got in big trouble in Israel with both the law and another mafia faction and had to leave.

    They arrived about 2006 when the no income no down payment no assets no job mortgages were available. First thing they did was set up a Mortgage Company while still on tourist visas. I guess anyone can do that. maybe an American Mizrahi haredi type helped. However it happened they set up the mortgage company. They arrived in what is known in the rest of the country as Silicon Valley.

    So they granted themselves no down payment mortgages. They bought single family homes. They waited a year and then refinanced. They assessed the homes way over value and were able to get $50 to $70,000 cash out of the homes while still owning them. The homes were rented to tech immigrants from the crowded housing cultures. So no matter how high the rent, they can always crowd more people in to pay the rent.

    They also used the money they scammed by the mortgages to buy the kiosks which cost about $25,000 apiece at the time. Muli somehow couldn’t find Americans having the high skills and education to be kiosk clerks. So he got them all by legitimate HI B visas. He had 4 kiosks. A kiosk needs at most 1 and 1/2 clerks per kiosk. But he needed about 20 clerks to run his kiosks or as I called them push carts.

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    Remember all the weep and wail stories about how gr grandpa ran for his life from the progroms in Poland and started with a pushcart on the lower east side and through hard work and intelligence managed to build up to the biggest garment center shylocking extortion business in NYC?

    That’s what those kiosks are, pushcarts and the owners are pushcart peddlers peddling the traditional stolen goods.

    To continue. all his clerks were very good looking E. European girls who arrived via Israel where they were broken in. They were prostitutes and not willing prostitutes. He managed to buy several single family homes in Sunnyvale and Mountain View via his mortgage company. He had 6 or 7 girls working in each house when not working in the malls with the pushcarts.

    Muli quickly found an American skank welfare Mom to marry and they quickly produced an anchor baby. He began to molest her 3 year old daughter by some other dude. And he brought her to “parties” with black hat chabad haredis. I wonder why he did that????????? He also put the kid on the internet all dressed up in frilly dresses.

    He and his Mizrahi mafia buddies were buzzing around a family member in the real estate business. Which is how we ran across him.

    First rule of survival if you and your family want to survive in the California your ancestors built.

    ONLY DO BUSINESS WITH AMERICANS AND MEXICANS

    Second rule of survival

    THE WHITE IMMIGRANTS; ARMENIANS RUSSIANS PERSIANS ISRAELIS ARE THE WORST.

    Due to my law enforcement job I quickly figured out what he was doing. I did a bit of investigating, surveilled his houses, noticing that all his pushcart peddlers were pretty E European girls. I saw men coming and going. I flashed my badge and spoke with neighbors. elementary work but the jews are so arrogant he never thought anyone would notice.

    I called social services about the step daughter he was molesting; called the State department sex trafficking unit, which set up a case immediately called and nagged the FBI, Sunnyvale & Mountain View Police and Santa Clara County Sheriff.

    Took a week for him to be arrested for the molestation. Several rabbis came to court to defend him and offer “faith counseling ” as an alternative to jail. He went to state prison for the molestation and while he was there the state department, FBI and local law enforcement got him.

    Took about a year for him to be arrested for the procuring and sex trafficking. I don’t think they ever got him for SBA and visa fraud because our government won’t prosecute foreigners for ripping us off.

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    Should have been deported. What a monster.
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  80. donut says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    OT (Apologies for the large photos and long space of this post):

    The Electric Jaguar Wedding Fest

    The Oxford English Dictionary defines a fest as “a festival or gathering devoted to a particular activity or interest.”

    The Americans at Webster’s say it is “a gathering, event, or show having a specified focus.”

    On Saturday, at the pinnacle of the English-speaking world, there was a fest devoted to diversity. It was a show that focused on our new model of life.

    They called it a wedding, but it wasn’t.

    Rich royalty of the woke world attended. Among our betters there was Oprah, she of one name. There was George Clooney and his human rights lawyer. There were Mr. and Mr. Elton John and Mr. John’s pink glasses.

    Right smack in the middle of the ceremonies, there was a rousing fourteen-minute sermon/speech by the black Baptist preacher who now heads the Episcopal Church . The outline was roughly: Dr. Martin Luther King, love, fire, songs sung by slaves, love, power, and a new world.

    He was exhorting the whole watching world to worship Sacred Diversity.

    His speech was not about a wedding, but about the nationless, race-less, culture-less heaven we all could inhabit if we all would just love one another the way the ginger prince and the mulatto actress love each other.

    The way they interacted on camera, they did appear to be in love. The well cast couple of the future was having a good time.

    https://www.climategate.nl/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Mark-Steyn-wine1.jpg

    https://www.laprogressive.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/kamala-601.jpg

    Everyone loves everyone now, so even seriously beautiful and serious ex-girlfriends, one an endangered blond African, were invited to join in and sing Kumbaya.

    What was:

    http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/pc/Chelsey+Davy+attends+wedding+Katie+Percy+Patrick+8jxXQdcybkGx.jpg

    As the new Duke and Duchess of Diversity walked out to their carriage, a black gospel choir could be heard singing, “A-a-a men, A-a-a men, A-men, A-men…” ad infinitum.

    Hallelujah! A half sub-Saharan African divorced actress from California has married into the British Royal Family, and we can all feel good about it. Who needs President Obama?

    Royal white people are redeemed! Let that be an example to the rest of us.

    Departing for a place called Frogmore House to attend the reception, the royal Mark Steyn lookalike emerged camera-ready from the castle, dressed in black tie, accompanied by the new Bond woman. He helped her climb into a silver-blue, 1968 Jaguar E-Type roadster – one of the most beautiful automobiles ever made.

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/05/19/20/4C728B5B00000578-0-image-a-179_1526758006997.jpg

    Somebody had ripped its heart out and installed an electric motor.

    This is good , this is good , the more the better .

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  81. res says:
    @Svigor
    I stubbed my toe this week. That represents a meteoric ∞% rise in toe-stubbing incidents, over the previous week.

    Clearly indicative of an epidemic of anti-Svigorism.

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  82. @Anon
    Isn't Michigan Ann Arbor worse than Madison because of NY Jews? I remember that the rent a car agencies had a policy of not renting cars to people under 25. The Madison Ann Arbor U of Chicago Northwestern and other east coast Jews sued the car rental agencies for discrimination against Jews because those students couldn't rent cars and had to take the airport bus to campus like every body else.

    The Jews for once lost because the under 25 policy applied to everyone.

    Ann Arbor is about half the size of Madison, and the enrollment at Michigan is about the same, maybe 10% higher. I would suspect the influence of U Michigan on Ann Arbor would be greater than the influence of U Wisconsin on Madison.

    Other than that, not a very big difference.

    One interesting tidbit — there is a kosher bakery in Madison, and the owner is a Christian. In fact, the bakery could not survive unless the owner were a Christian. If it were run by a Jew, it would go bankrupt.

    Thing is, there is very little difference between Halal and Kosher foods. So observant Muslims can go to the Kosher bakery. In fact, the busiest day of the week for the bakery is Saturday, when all the Muslims go to the bakery. The second busiest day is Sunday, when the Jews go.

    Under Kosher rules, the bakery could NOT be open Saturday if it were run by a Jew, and the place would go bankrupt. Since the owner is Christian, he is permitted under Kosher rules to work (Shabbot Goy).

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    One interesting tidbit — there is a kosher bakery in Madison, and the owner is a Christian.
     
    At least the pasty joint is owned by the son of a genuine Cornishman.
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  83. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    OT (Apologies for the large photos and long space of this post):

    The Electric Jaguar Wedding Fest

    The Oxford English Dictionary defines a fest as “a festival or gathering devoted to a particular activity or interest.”

    The Americans at Webster’s say it is “a gathering, event, or show having a specified focus.”

    On Saturday, at the pinnacle of the English-speaking world, there was a fest devoted to diversity. It was a show that focused on our new model of life.

    They called it a wedding, but it wasn’t.

    Rich royalty of the woke world attended. Among our betters there was Oprah, she of one name. There was George Clooney and his human rights lawyer. There were Mr. and Mr. Elton John and Mr. John’s pink glasses.

    Right smack in the middle of the ceremonies, there was a rousing fourteen-minute sermon/speech by the black Baptist preacher who now heads the Episcopal Church . The outline was roughly: Dr. Martin Luther King, love, fire, songs sung by slaves, love, power, and a new world.

    He was exhorting the whole watching world to worship Sacred Diversity.

    His speech was not about a wedding, but about the nationless, race-less, culture-less heaven we all could inhabit if we all would just love one another the way the ginger prince and the mulatto actress love each other.

    The way they interacted on camera, they did appear to be in love. The well cast couple of the future was having a good time.

    https://www.climategate.nl/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Mark-Steyn-wine1.jpg

    https://www.laprogressive.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/kamala-601.jpg

    Everyone loves everyone now, so even seriously beautiful and serious ex-girlfriends, one an endangered blond African, were invited to join in and sing Kumbaya.

    What was:

    http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/pc/Chelsey+Davy+attends+wedding+Katie+Percy+Patrick+8jxXQdcybkGx.jpg

    As the new Duke and Duchess of Diversity walked out to their carriage, a black gospel choir could be heard singing, “A-a-a men, A-a-a men, A-men, A-men…” ad infinitum.

    Hallelujah! A half sub-Saharan African divorced actress from California has married into the British Royal Family, and we can all feel good about it. Who needs President Obama?

    Royal white people are redeemed! Let that be an example to the rest of us.

    Departing for a place called Frogmore House to attend the reception, the royal Mark Steyn lookalike emerged camera-ready from the castle, dressed in black tie, accompanied by the new Bond woman. He helped her climb into a silver-blue, 1968 Jaguar E-Type roadster – one of the most beautiful automobiles ever made.

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/05/19/20/4C728B5B00000578-0-image-a-179_1526758006997.jpg

    Somebody had ripped its heart out and installed an electric motor.

    Rumor always had it that Chelsea Davis refused him because she didn’t want life in the royal fish tank where the press could endless discuss the color of her nail polish and everything else about her.

    I myself prefer blondes because I’m one, my husband is one and thanks be to God the girls are blonde with a bit of help. But lots of people like brunettes. I think Meghan looks more like an Arab than an African. I bet that was the first black preacher she ever heard in her life. Its unclear if she was ever baptized catholic. But she went to catholic school all the way and had to be re baptized in the church of England, something all those Lutheran Germans who married into the royal family never had to do.

    Who cares. I remember the whole dianna thing. Its just beyond vulgar.

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    I think Meghan looks more like an Arab than an African. I bet that was the first black preacher she ever heard in her life.
     
    When I first heard of her, there was a mention of her father in Mexico, so I thought she looked like a pretty Latin American girl.

    Maybe she took the Barry Obama route and decided to latch onto the black thing for its career benefits, or perhaps it was pushed on her by Hollywood.

    Who knows if she even wanted her wedding to be about race, but that' s how it came out. The truth is, her relationship is NOT about race, and it would be truly progressive if our SJW betters would leave it out.

    , @Percy Gryce
    She had not previously been baptized, in either the Catholic or Episcopal churches--which led to endless debates on Catholic Twitter about the applicability of the Pauline Privilege to her case.

    But the fact that she was not a Christian until a month ago lends credence to your point that she had probably never heard a black preacher before. I had the same thought.
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  84. Anon[394] • Disclaimer says:
    @J.Ross
    OT we are on the cusp of either a new reform in policing or an age of vigilantism:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXlJ_NZ9iZE

    Teens caught on cell phone video jumping valley mother

    Neighbors in the Northwest part of the Valley said a group of teens have been terrorizing their community near Elkhorn and Fort Apache. On April 27, the group of teens were recorded on cell phone video attacking a woman. Neighbors said the woman was attacked three times and suffered a sprained ankle and broken finger. "Sixty kids came out of no where and just rushed everyone," Jon Harris said of his wife's attack. "I don't know how it started but we turned around and my wife was getting jumped by a bunch of kids." In the same video that captured the attack, the group of teens were seen picking up baseball size rocks and throwing them. Many of those rocks, neighbors said hit homes and cars. "They hit my neighbors' wife with those rocks," Harris said. "He was also hit trying to protect his wife."

    "I want people to know that video where my neighbor is getting beat, this isn't a one time thing," Eric Phillips said. Phillips is a middle school math teacher, and lives in the neighborhood. Others there said the teens have been causing problems in the area for months. "You can't drive down the street. They stop cars they try to get in the cars. They start banging on cars," Harris said. "We know there names, we have pictures we have videos we have spoke to their parents. I mean two to three times a day they are an issue and 2-3 times a day police come. Police handcuff them, then 10 minutes later you see them back walking around." Phillips said he brought dozens of statements to the school and was told: "We will not be investigating."

    http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/38227962/teens-caught-on-cell-phone-video-jumping-valley-mother

    George Washington is for people who can’t get into Georgetown.

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  85. @George
    It looks like BDS is the most common way of making the list. Although Oberlin goes further with posters calling for the end of “Jewish privilege.”

    Also at Oberlin:

    “Rothschild-led banksters” were behind a number of global calamities

    “hostility toward Israel” accusation was dismissed by the school's president, who argued that it fails to accurately represent “Oberlin College and contemporary Jewish life on our campus.”

    Wow, Oberlin did that?

    I may have to give them a few shekels.

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  86. @Anonymous
    Jewish Voice for Peace is for "peace" in the same way that BLM is for black lives.

    Come on, you know this.

    I had never heard of ‘Jewish Voice for Peace’ before.

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    Then maybe you should have looked it up for a second before commenting.
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  87. @anony-mouse
    You would think that an organization with 'Jewish' in its name would be and could be funded by Jews but you would be wrong:

    https://www.ngo-monitor.org/reports/uncovering-the-jvp-funding-network/

    And since I know Steve reads the 'Forward', er, religiously, here's a recent article about a wealthy non-Jew running for Congress who, well, is another of those non-Jewish funders:

    https://forward.com/news/national/401309/exclusive-democratic-rising-star-in-swing-district-gave-300k-to-pro-bds/

    Having 'peace in your name doesn't mean you support Peace anymore than having 'Jewish' in you name means you have any more than a few Jews.

    And since you are 'Simon in London' you know about 'Jewish voice for Labour' which could only bring out about 30 people of all backgrounds at a recent demo.

    “And since you are ‘Simon in London’ you know about ‘Jewish voice for Labour’”

    Sorry, never heard of it either. I guess the media here’s not interested in Jewish support for Corbyn.

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  88. Dan Hayes says:
    @Michelle
    Michigan is not surprising. High Muslim population and ex Canadians. An ex of mine was from Sheboygan, his mom's family were Canadian by way of Ireland. When I went to meet his family, he warned me, "My aunt seems like a sweet little old lady, but wait til she gets started on the "Jews" and their "Banks". I never got to hear it from his aunt, but his mom announced during dinner one evening that "There is a reason that everyone hates the Jews". When I began to ask her to elaborate upon her opinion, I became the most hated person in the room. I guess they were right, it was rude of me to question the hostess and my, possibly, future mother in law. She and I never did get along.

    Michelle:

    Hard to believe that Canadians are uptight about the Jews (or about anything else for that matter!).

    The few interactions I’ve had with them are that they are of the most milquetoast variety (as exemplifies by Justin Trudeau).

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    Lots of anti-semitism in Quebec historically.
    , @Michelle
    Everyone likes to have an enemy. It stirs the loins. Of course, Canadians have no natural enemies, due to living under the US nuclear umbrella.
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  89. @27 year old
    GWU was extremely jewish

    AU was allegedly even more jewish (referred to as "gay jew")

    On the subject of jews,

    I saw in a comment a reference to Audacious Epigone post, which broke out that married jewish men went 59% for Trump. This is only a couple points lower than married White men Trump %

    Big if true. Why has this not been discussed more?

    Single female Jews went much more heavily against Romney in 2012 than married or single male Jews. Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as “Why won’t a Jewish man marry me?,” which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.

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    you got some very interesting theories. No wonder we are screwed .
    , @27 year old

    Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as “Why won’t a Jewish man marry me?,” which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.
     
    Yep. They are really, as they would tweet, the worst.

    Also, I just noticed this...

    Single jewish woman
    S J W

    Coincidence?
    , @Bardon Kaldian
    I am not so sure about it. One does not marry out of spite, at least significantly...

    https://forward.com/news/192698/jewish-woman-is-new-face-of-intermarriage-pew-stud/


    Jewish Woman Is New Face of Intermarriage, Pew Study Data Reveals

    ..................
    According to Cohen, three times as many Jewish men intermarried before 1970 as women. But between 2000 and 2013, slightly more Jewish women intermarried than men.

    What’s more, intermarried Jewish women are now no more likely than intermarried Jewish men to raise their children Jewish, according to Cohen.

    Half of the Jewish women who intermarried between 1980 and 1989 say that they had raised their children Jewish, compared with just 19% of Jewish men. Today, only 15% of Jewish women who have intermarried since 2000 say they are raising their children Jewish.

    The data are based on the 2013 Pew survey that polled nearly 3,500 Jews, the largest survey of American Jews in more than a decade.
    , @Brutusale
    What gets me is that, in my experience, Jewish men who marry shiksas seem to find Christian women even more virulently deranged than the average Jewish woman.
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  90. Dan Hayes says:
    @Paleo Liberal
    I live a few miles from UW Madison. My wife works for UW Madison. One of my kids attends UW Madison.

    Is there bigotry there? Hell yes. The Madison liberals are far more bigoted than they like to think.

    There is also quite a bit of tension between "Sconnies" and "Coasties".

    Thing is, for many decades, UW has been a place where it is fashionable for wealthy New Yorkers to attend. This is especially true about the Jewish contingent. My sister-in-law taught at a yeshiva for wealthy Jews, and the kids got to attend for free. Lots of their wealthy classmates attend UW Madison.

    Fact of the matter, there is a bit of a culture clash between struggling Midwest farm kids and wealthy New Yorkers. There are fancy apartment building in Madison that are strictly for rich kid students. Sconnies can't afford those rents.

    Sometimes the culture clash leads to some good-natured ribbing, other times it gets a little nastier.

    I have never heard of violent anti-Semetic incidents. In fact, the Sconnies don't seem to really care that the Coasties are mostly Jewish. All they know is the Coasties are from a different culture, and the Coasties are far wealthier.

    Midwesterners are generally too polite to be really nasty about it, so I doubt things are as bad as the article makes it sound. And Jews are accepted here. When I moved to Madison, two of the best-known politicians were Jewish. Former Senator Feingold is Jewish, and the woman who was then mayor of Madison was a Jewish NYC transplant.

    Paleo Liberal:

    But don’t forget, University Wisconsin Madison has given us at least one who realized what was going on there in the person of (drumbeats): Kevin MacDonald!

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  91. J.Ross says: • Website
    @Lot
    "I’d like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism"

    There perhaps would be more of this if the "moderate" Jew-critics did not associate themselves with holocaust deniers, Nazi-sympathizers, and sometimes jihadis the Iranian regime. There's plenty of that on MacDonald's sites for instance.

    >I’ll take your criticism seriously so long as you — and everybody I associate with you — passes my purity test.
    Call me anti-Semitic, but I can only rub my chin so often and raise one eyebrow so high.

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    Most people find it pretty easy to avoid associating with neonazis and holocaust deniers and the Iranian regime.

    In any event, I was not advocating guilt by association, rather recognizing it exists and has no chance of not existing in the future.
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  92. anon[425] • Disclaimer says:

    The story, written by Forward Contributing Network Editor Laura E. Adkins, cites Israeli Knesset Member Anat Berko as saying that Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) is “collecting information on where Jews live at New York University among others.”
    What Adkins fails to mention is that Berko’s claim likely originated from a hoax conceived by Adkins herself when she was a student at NYU.
    Thus this is the story of a fake anti-Semitism claim that has been recycled and repurposed several times over, with its originator now relying on the authority of a third-party source to repeat a claim that she initially made. http://mondoweiss.net/2016/08/forward-anti-semitism-hoax/

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  93. SFG says:
    @27 year old
    GWU was extremely jewish

    AU was allegedly even more jewish (referred to as "gay jew")

    On the subject of jews,

    I saw in a comment a reference to Audacious Epigone post, which broke out that married jewish men went 59% for Trump. This is only a couple points lower than married White men Trump %

    Big if true. Why has this not been discussed more?

    Honestly, who’s going to bring it up? Lefty Jewish pundits who don’t want to admit how many of their relatives went to the dark side? Neocon Never-Trump Jewish pundits who don’t want to admit how many of their friends went to the dark side? Alt-righters who don’t want to admit there are Jews who don’t spend their time burning with hatred for the white race? (Heartiste actually brought it up and had to walk it back–you can see it in his archives.)

    57% of married men voted for Trump as opposed to 44% of unmarried men, and Trump got 62% of white men. Splitting the difference, I’d estimate maybe about 70% of married white men voted for Trump. So if you take a Jewish person and make every other factor pro-Trump (married, male) you’re going to get a few Trump voters.

    That said Trump got 23% of the Jewish vote as against 59% of the Protestant vote or 50% of the Catholic vote according to the CNN exit polls. So walk into a synagogue and chuck a bagel and there’s a chance you’ll hit a Trump voter…but he’ll probably deny it.

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    You can’t just walk into a synagogue. You have to be a member or guest of a member. And members can’t bring many guests or the same guest too often.

    They have ushers at the door to prevent just anyone from walking in.
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  94. dr kill says:
    @Anon7
    Both my kids went to Michigan, as did I. There are so many Jewish NYC/New Jersey students at the UofM that it’s a stereotype. So much money has been spent on the campus that it looks like a very tony JCC (Jewish Community Center, which may not help unless you know what that is).

    According to the article, Jewish students are afraid to walk around on campus. In reality, the girls are not afraid to totter drunkenly in tiny dresses around campus.

    UofM is sixth on Hillel.org’s list of most Jewish colleges; 18% of University of Michigan students are Jewish.

    Amusingly, I just noted that the website for the Ann Arbor Chabad House, a home away from home for Jewish students on campus, has the website URL jewmich.com, a pun on the University’s URL umich.edu. Lots of people pronounce “umich” as a word -“you mish”.

    They seem pretty comfortable with the University of Michigan to me.

    You must be very proud.

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  95. SFG says:
    @Karl
    if _Algemeiner_ is "right-of-center", than I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison then got run over by a damned old train - while I was going to get her in my pickup truck

    That was hilarious. Probably the reason I’m a DAC fan.

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  96. anon[425] • Disclaimer says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Single female Jews went much more heavily against Romney in 2012 than married or single male Jews. Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as "Why won't a Jewish man marry me?," which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.

    you got some very interesting theories. No wonder we are screwed .

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  97. Dr. Doom says:

    In other words, Jews have found that “people of color” do not support Israel unequivocally.

    There is just SOMETHING about Crayola politics that doesn’t lend itself to Holocaust Propaganda.
    What is it? How can that be? Can you possibly see why?

    WE MAY NEVER KNOW THE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS.

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    Ashkenazim look white. Whatever the (ironically similar) opinions of the alt-right and SJW Jewish left, POC see, well, another bunch of white people. It's not so much guilt (nobody outside of Germany has that) over the Holocaust as the fact that they can't get exercised over 'white-on-white' violence. It's funny to watch the Forward, between libelling Jordan Peterson and advocating divesting from the police, wringing its hands over the thought of Jews being expelled from the lefty 'Coalition of the Fringes'.
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  98. I’m reminded of the time Sol Rosenberg got hurt at work:

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  99. @J.Ross
    OT we are on the cusp of either a new reform in policing or an age of vigilantism:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AXlJ_NZ9iZE

    Teens caught on cell phone video jumping valley mother

    Neighbors in the Northwest part of the Valley said a group of teens have been terrorizing their community near Elkhorn and Fort Apache. On April 27, the group of teens were recorded on cell phone video attacking a woman. Neighbors said the woman was attacked three times and suffered a sprained ankle and broken finger. "Sixty kids came out of no where and just rushed everyone," Jon Harris said of his wife's attack. "I don't know how it started but we turned around and my wife was getting jumped by a bunch of kids." In the same video that captured the attack, the group of teens were seen picking up baseball size rocks and throwing them. Many of those rocks, neighbors said hit homes and cars. "They hit my neighbors' wife with those rocks," Harris said. "He was also hit trying to protect his wife."

    "I want people to know that video where my neighbor is getting beat, this isn't a one time thing," Eric Phillips said. Phillips is a middle school math teacher, and lives in the neighborhood. Others there said the teens have been causing problems in the area for months. "You can't drive down the street. They stop cars they try to get in the cars. They start banging on cars," Harris said. "We know there names, we have pictures we have videos we have spoke to their parents. I mean two to three times a day they are an issue and 2-3 times a day police come. Police handcuff them, then 10 minutes later you see them back walking around." Phillips said he brought dozens of statements to the school and was told: "We will not be investigating."

    http://www.fox5vegas.com/story/38227962/teens-caught-on-cell-phone-video-jumping-valley-mother

    OT we are on the cusp of either a new reform in policing

    But this is reform, though.

    Phillips said he brought dozens of statements to the school and was told: “We will not be investigating.”

    But this is how you disrupt muh “school to prison pipeline,” doncha know. By not investigating crimes committed by “youths,” or “keedz,” or “teens.” If you don’t investigate their crimes, let alone charge, prosecute or punish the culprits, then they’re not really criminals, now are they?

    Clown world? Or anarcho-tyranny? Take your pick.

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  100. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Paul Jolliffe
    J.Ross, you left out the most interesting detail about the Sigma Alpha Mu at Ann Arbor: they were kicked out (chapter closed until at least 2019, the legal maximum) for causing $400,000 worth of damages to Treetops Resort , the one-time home to the PGA's "Par Three Shoot-Out".

    The U of M Sammies (and their women from Sigma Delta Tau) refused to take responsibility, preferring instead to "protect those who destroyed the chapter", according to the alumni board member who owned the Sammie house.

    I wonder if The Algemeiner considers the act of remembering this disgraceful/criminal behavior by Jewish students at U of M as "anti-semitism"?

    (Do I get extra points for working a golf reference into a post about hate hoax/hypochondria?)

    https://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2015/03/18/partys-frat-ski-resort-rampage/24943201/

    https://www.golfadvisor.com/articles/national-par-3-team-championship-threetops-treetops-resort-michigan-14734.htm

    I remember that. Didn’t know it was a Jewish frat.

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  101. Hibernian says:
    @Anon
    There was an Italian-American Civil Rights league that attempted to copy the antisemitism shtick. Italians were smart enough to figure it was a racket and it died.

    Now I have a question for you:
    Is there some parallel “negative feedback” towards black and Hispanic Americans that you’d consider correct and legitimate and “good for” those peoples? Like what?

    The IACRL was started by a mobster under indictment or at least under investigation; he was killed on the orders oh higher ups in the Mob because tha IACRL was generating too much publicity (especially due to massive public rallies.)

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    Hibernian:

    But it gets even more preposterously interesting. The mobster Joe Colombo was shot (only to die invalided many years later) by a black hit man who in turn was assassinated before an enormous Columbus Day crowd. Of course nobody saw nutthing.

    Ya can't make this stuff up!

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  102. @Steve Sailer
    Single female Jews went much more heavily against Romney in 2012 than married or single male Jews. Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as "Why won't a Jewish man marry me?," which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.

    Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as “Why won’t a Jewish man marry me?,” which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.

    Yep. They are really, as they would tweet, the worst.

    Also, I just noticed this…

    Single jewish woman
    S J W

    Coincidence?

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    Why do you think there's so much intermarriage? ;)
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  103. Hibernian says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    OT (Apologies for the large photos and long space of this post):

    The Electric Jaguar Wedding Fest

    The Oxford English Dictionary defines a fest as “a festival or gathering devoted to a particular activity or interest.”

    The Americans at Webster’s say it is “a gathering, event, or show having a specified focus.”

    On Saturday, at the pinnacle of the English-speaking world, there was a fest devoted to diversity. It was a show that focused on our new model of life.

    They called it a wedding, but it wasn’t.

    Rich royalty of the woke world attended. Among our betters there was Oprah, she of one name. There was George Clooney and his human rights lawyer. There were Mr. and Mr. Elton John and Mr. John’s pink glasses.

    Right smack in the middle of the ceremonies, there was a rousing fourteen-minute sermon/speech by the black Baptist preacher who now heads the Episcopal Church . The outline was roughly: Dr. Martin Luther King, love, fire, songs sung by slaves, love, power, and a new world.

    He was exhorting the whole watching world to worship Sacred Diversity.

    His speech was not about a wedding, but about the nationless, race-less, culture-less heaven we all could inhabit if we all would just love one another the way the ginger prince and the mulatto actress love each other.

    The way they interacted on camera, they did appear to be in love. The well cast couple of the future was having a good time.

    https://www.climategate.nl/wp-content/uploads/2015/07/Mark-Steyn-wine1.jpg

    https://www.laprogressive.com/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/kamala-601.jpg

    Everyone loves everyone now, so even seriously beautiful and serious ex-girlfriends, one an endangered blond African, were invited to join in and sing Kumbaya.

    What was:

    http://www1.pictures.zimbio.com/pc/Chelsey+Davy+attends+wedding+Katie+Percy+Patrick+8jxXQdcybkGx.jpg

    As the new Duke and Duchess of Diversity walked out to their carriage, a black gospel choir could be heard singing, “A-a-a men, A-a-a men, A-men, A-men…” ad infinitum.

    Hallelujah! A half sub-Saharan African divorced actress from California has married into the British Royal Family, and we can all feel good about it. Who needs President Obama?

    Royal white people are redeemed! Let that be an example to the rest of us.

    Departing for a place called Frogmore House to attend the reception, the royal Mark Steyn lookalike emerged camera-ready from the castle, dressed in black tie, accompanied by the new Bond woman. He helped her climb into a silver-blue, 1968 Jaguar E-Type roadster – one of the most beautiful automobiles ever made.

    http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/newpix/2018/05/19/20/4C728B5B00000578-0-image-a-179_1526758006997.jpg

    Somebody had ripped its heart out and installed an electric motor.

    She’s his Duchess of Earl.

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  104. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    "I’d like to see professorial criticism of the Jews for tribalism, ethnocentrism, separatism"

    There perhaps would be more of this if the "moderate" Jew-critics did not associate themselves with holocaust deniers, Nazi-sympathizers, and sometimes jihadis the Iranian regime. There's plenty of that on MacDonald's sites for instance.

    I occasionally read Dr Macdonalds site but ignore the comments . There are a lot of the Nazis were absolutely right and everybody else was wrong in WW2
    comments.

    Lately they are going and on about how Poland oppressed the Germans and deserved destruction.

    Attillathehen used to post all the time until some donors spoke with Dr Macdonald about her.

    Only about 10 people post regularly on that site but they post every day.

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    Attillathehen used to post all the time until some donors spoke with Dr Macdonald about her.
     
    What was their problem with atillathehen? (On the off chance that anyone will read this and be able to answer)
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  105. Marty says:
    @Pat Boyle
    I see that my alma mater George Washington University has the highest ant-Semitism score - although I'm unclear as to what that actually means. It might just indicate how many Muslim students are enrolled.

    George Washington is a funny university in many ways. It is the source of many maybe even most of the federal government super grades. Civil servants make more money than comparable private industry workers but there is in effect a cap on their maximum earning power. Lots of government bureaucrats are millionaires but none (I think) have ever been billionaires.

    As it happens for charitable donations one billionaire is worth far more than a hundred thousand of those dime-a-dozen millionaires. That's why George Washington gets relatively little from its alumni and that in turn is why it's tuition is so high.

    I don't remember anything particularly anti-Semitic about GW. But that was a long time ago now.

    I used to work with an old lawyer who went to law school at GW in the late ’50s. His father knew Pat McCarran, so as a 1L he worked as a page in the Capitol, even though you weren’t supposed to have a job during first year. So he got to know the barber in the capitol basement, and asked him how much Jack Kennedy tipped. Answer: 5 cents.

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  106. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @SFG
    Honestly, who's going to bring it up? Lefty Jewish pundits who don't want to admit how many of their relatives went to the dark side? Neocon Never-Trump Jewish pundits who don't want to admit how many of their friends went to the dark side? Alt-righters who don't want to admit there are Jews who don't spend their time burning with hatred for the white race? (Heartiste actually brought it up and had to walk it back--you can see it in his archives.)

    57% of married men voted for Trump as opposed to 44% of unmarried men, and Trump got 62% of white men. Splitting the difference, I'd estimate maybe about 70% of married white men voted for Trump. So if you take a Jewish person and make every other factor pro-Trump (married, male) you're going to get a few Trump voters.

    That said Trump got 23% of the Jewish vote as against 59% of the Protestant vote or 50% of the Catholic vote according to the CNN exit polls. So walk into a synagogue and chuck a bagel and there's a chance you'll hit a Trump voter...but he'll probably deny it.

    You can’t just walk into a synagogue. You have to be a member or guest of a member. And members can’t bring many guests or the same guest too often.

    They have ushers at the door to prevent just anyone from walking in.

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    You can’t just walk into a synagogue. You have to be a member or guest of a member. And members can’t bring many guests or the same guest too often.

    They have ushers at the door to prevent just anyone from walking in.
     
    Damn people just pull things out of their ass in this comment section!
    , @Old Jew
    At the synagogue entrance in DC, are security guards. None in Philadelphia. I've seen ushers only on Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana Or ticket checkers. During week days they'll let in any warm body, just to make the minyan.
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  107. @Lot
    "A reasonable amount of criticism–negative feedback–is good for people."

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.

    Is there some parallel "negative feedback" towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you'd consider correct and legitimate and "good for" those peoples? Like what?

    I was about to split hairs on this plus aspects of the thrust of your second clause:

    Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good? Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears

    …and I stopped myself and thought.

    And instead: I completely agree with you. In fact–I raise you on the point.

    I think it is completely incendiary when there is a fault or perception of fault, and someone makes that matter of fault “about” someone being Jewish. I can totally understand Jewish sensitivity on this point.

    And I think that the matter is, by essence and necessity, generalizable, so to make a matter “about” someone being female, or male – to make it “about” being black or … etc.

    Completely incendiary.

    What is needed is a full-embrace of the social more that we won’t do this by answering with public offense, and public shaming when, for example, people make things “about” being “white” and “male”.

    Much – so very much – of how commenters on Unz are simply not getting it, comes down to the failure to recognize that Jewish people are genuinely onto something when they respond with offense by someone attributing a feature to their Jewishness, and they respond in essence with words or attitude of “who are you calling a Jew?”

    Rather than walk into the trap – which seems like legions are ready to do – everyone needs to wise up and when confronted with being called “white”, respond first, “who are you calling ‘white’?” and respond second with offense, with shaming, with uncompromisable demands that politicians cease enumerating “whites”.

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  108. Lot says:
    @J.Ross
    >I'll take your criticism seriously so long as you -- and everybody I associate with you -- passes my purity test.
    Call me anti-Semitic, but I can only rub my chin so often and raise one eyebrow so high.

    Most people find it pretty easy to avoid associating with neonazis and holocaust deniers and the Iranian regime.

    In any event, I was not advocating guilt by association, rather recognizing it exists and has no chance of not existing in the future.

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  109. Dan Hayes says:
    @Hibernian
    The IACRL was started by a mobster under indictment or at least under investigation; he was killed on the orders oh higher ups in the Mob because tha IACRL was generating too much publicity (especially due to massive public rallies.)

    Hibernian:

    But it gets even more preposterously interesting. The mobster Joe Colombo was shot (only to die invalided many years later) by a black hit man who in turn was assassinated before an enormous Columbus Day crowd. Of course nobody saw nutthing.

    Ya can’t make this stuff up!

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  110. @Anon
    Rumor always had it that Chelsea Davis refused him because she didn't want life in the royal fish tank where the press could endless discuss the color of her nail polish and everything else about her.

    I myself prefer blondes because I'm one, my husband is one and thanks be to God the girls are blonde with a bit of help. But lots of people like brunettes. I think Meghan looks more like an Arab than an African. I bet that was the first black preacher she ever heard in her life. Its unclear if she was ever baptized catholic. But she went to catholic school all the way and had to be re baptized in the church of England, something all those Lutheran Germans who married into the royal family never had to do.

    Who cares. I remember the whole dianna thing. Its just beyond vulgar.

    I think Meghan looks more like an Arab than an African. I bet that was the first black preacher she ever heard in her life.

    When I first heard of her, there was a mention of her father in Mexico, so I thought she looked like a pretty Latin American girl.

    Maybe she took the Barry Obama route and decided to latch onto the black thing for its career benefits, or perhaps it was pushed on her by Hollywood.

    Who knows if she even wanted her wedding to be about race, but that’ s how it came out. The truth is, her relationship is NOT about race, and it would be truly progressive if our SJW betters would leave it out.

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    oh yes it's about race and she isn't going to let those pretty Anglo Saxon girls forget it.

    She went to visit the illegal squatters a Grenfell tower but has been mum about the thousands of white girls as young as 11 raped by such people in an organized and accepted way from that community.

    Then there was the constant whining about this and that minor issue of supposed racism.

    She has said she is a proud feminist and SJW who will use this platform to push those issues. Actual white Britons can F off and die as far as she cares. It's not about true love for Harry.

    She acted in sex scenes on national tv. Think she cares about what her future children think?

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  111. Nothing about DePaul University, which suspended (without due process) Thomas Klocek (a Catholic) after he got in an argument with the folks at the pro-Palestinian booth?

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    Now tell me who did it to Norman Finkelstein ? You know ,don't you what was done.

    Or Juan Cole ? Oor the Chaplin at Yele? Who got them rejected ?

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  112. SFG says:
    @27 year old

    Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as “Why won’t a Jewish man marry me?,” which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.
     
    Yep. They are really, as they would tweet, the worst.

    Also, I just noticed this...

    Single jewish woman
    S J W

    Coincidence?

    Why do you think there’s so much intermarriage? ;)

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    according to pew, half of millenial jews are from "interfaith" marriage. I can guess that the vaaaast majority is jewish male with a white shiksa. hell, at least every marriage from hollywood since the late 60's look like this. that's why they have the childless likes of amy schumer, while increasing their population

    it's like "the graduate" have a higher impact than "guess who's comming for dinner" in america
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  113. SFG says:
    @Dr. Doom
    In other words, Jews have found that "people of color" do not support Israel unequivocally.

    There is just SOMETHING about Crayola politics that doesn't lend itself to Holocaust Propaganda.
    What is it? How can that be? Can you possibly see why?

    WE MAY NEVER KNOW THE ANSWERS TO THESE QUESTIONS.

    Ashkenazim look white. Whatever the (ironically similar) opinions of the alt-right and SJW Jewish left, POC see, well, another bunch of white people. It’s not so much guilt (nobody outside of Germany has that) over the Holocaust as the fact that they can’t get exercised over ‘white-on-white’ violence. It’s funny to watch the Forward, between libelling Jordan Peterson and advocating divesting from the police, wringing its hands over the thought of Jews being expelled from the lefty ‘Coalition of the Fringes’.

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  114. Lot says:
    @Mr. Anon
    "Has mild Jew-critique ever actually done any group any good?"

    The point is that it might do Jews some good to listen to a little criticism. Do you think it wouldn't? Do you think that this one group - alone among all the people in the World in all of history - should be immune to any criticism? Moreover, your reply is disingenuous. You know damned well why even mild criticism of Jews, as a group, doesn't do any group any good - because they will be god-damned for it from all sides by the media and elite opinion. It's the old game of "Jews have no power. And if you say we do, you will be crushed".

    Seems to me that it serves as both a distraction and a divider whenever it appears, and certainly the case in modern politics. You can really see the difference in the West, where the successful nationalist parties tend to have substantial Jewish involvement and are extremely pro-Israel.
     
    And why could that possibly be? See above paragraph.

    Is there some parallel “negative feedback” towards British, Irish, Italian, and German Americans that you’d consider correct and legitimate and “good for” those peoples? Like what?
     
    Do you mean to claim that the British have not been criticized? The Irish? The Italians? The Germans? You've got to be kidding. Don't piss on us and tell us it's raining.

    And - in answer to your thoroughly cynical and dishonest question - yes, there are plenty of criticisms one could lay at those groups, which criticisms they would do well to take under advisment. I have plenty of critiques of my own group, the Anglo-Saxons.

    “Do you mean to claim that the British have not been criticized?”

    No, I was asking AnotherDad for examples of white American groups other than Jews who ought to receive and then benefit from particulized criticism, which I did because he made that general argument, and then said Jews should on that basis welcome and benefit from at least some Jew-specific criticism. If the argument was a good would, at least one of them would have been able to respond to the question directly. Like, “Yes, the Irish are prone to problem drinking and DUI, and the Scots-Irish to opioids, they would benefit from some hostile reminders of it.” But he won’t say something like that, as he shouldn’t.

    My more general point is talking about white Americans as separate ethnic groups with opposing interests in zero-sum competition with each other is divisive, counterproductive, and increasingly incoherent as we are rapidly blending together.

    For the record, there are certainly plenty of valid critiques of European and American Jews one could level, and they typically correspond to the ones actually asserted by anti-semites in an extremely exaggerated form. And of course people who level them tend to suffer from often very disproportionate responses.

    I do not see this as a substantial problem however. I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high, but the bigger issue is the counter reaction from both Jews and their many friends and relatives is extremely damaging to the nationalist right. Again, I get no earnest response to this point, because “You are wrong, there are many examples of successful countersemite political movements in circumstances similar to the USA” is also impossible to say.

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    No, I was asking AnotherDad for examples of white American groups other than Jews who ought to receive and then benefit from particulized criticism, which I did because he made that general argument, and then said Jews should on that basis welcome and benefit from at least some Jew-specific criticism.
     
    Yes, and I meant - by extension - british americans, irish americans, italian americans, etc. As I said, I can think of lots of valid criticisms to be leveled at anglo-saxons. I have made them.

    I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high, but the bigger issue is the counter reaction from both Jews and their many friends and relatives is extremely damaging to the nationalist right.
     
    Which sounds like a fancy, disingenuous way of saying "but my group really doesn't need to be criticized. We're fine, thanks." Your group, as you see it, is special, and above all critique.
    , @res

    I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high
     
    As opposed to the immense intellectual value of the continuous white male critiques we see in the MSM.
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  115. Anonymous[118] • Disclaimer says:
    @S. Anonyia
    It's not just Emory overrun by Yankees. Good State U's in the South are too. My alma mater, and I don't like to reveal too much specific info on here because you never know who's looking but you can probably figure it out based on my post history, is probably close to 25 % Yankee by now, 25 % Texan, 10 % from other Southern states and less than half the student population actually consisting of natives to the state. Due to how famous its sports programs are, most applicants are out of state and the school is overwhelmed with applications every year. Tuition has gone way up and most in-state students are too dumb to get in now. And it seems the Yankees, at least the ones I knew, are staying in the South once they graduate, too.

    All the better for me, because the value of my degree has increased.

    Roll Tide, amirite?

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  116. @Massimo Heitor
    Maybe someone should run a list of which colleges are the most anti-white or Confederatephobic?

    You don’t need a list. It’s all of them except Cal Tech.

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    whole heartedly agree. I would add CalPoly, SLO. No essays, no recommendations from anyone, for their ap - just scores. They are, the last of the Mohicans in quality applications for a U.

    I kinda' feel really sad that I just said that - my mommy died months ago...and she believed in meritocracy she received her master's at 22- super smart...I so miss her...brings me to tears...such a mess - should be better by now.

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  117. Lagertha says:

    Reality you presented (because I still am, so, carrying a grudgy axe and want to split some liberal/prog skulls in my dreams), is very accurate, Steve. I see a new trend: State U’s are going after smart guys and girls big time with money :) to attend their U ...regardless of their ability to pay/ignore their wealth. The real war is: U’s like GMU: we develop jobs…you develop wasters.</i> State U’s are gonna overpower “yield” private U’s….it is so crazy! Coastal elites, who look down upon State Us’ will be more confused than ever.

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    I went to a lesser Ivy and would love to see the place turn into a no-name private school; I come up with all sorts of colorful language when they call me asking for money. The problem is that even with superior human capital, the Ivies still control the pipeline into the 'commanding heights' of media, finance, and academia. You can produce smarter people and better workers and managers all you want and it won't make a difference the way things are constituted now. Particularly with the number of jobs slowly decreasing with automation.
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  118. Lagertha says:
    @Buzz Mohawk
    You don't need a list. It's all of them except Cal Tech.

    whole heartedly agree. I would add CalPoly, SLO. No essays, no recommendations from anyone, for their ap – just scores. They are, the last of the Mohicans in quality applications for a U.

    I kinda’ feel really sad that I just said that – my mommy died months ago…and she believed in meritocracy she received her master’s at 22- super smart…I so miss her…brings me to tears…such a mess – should be better by now.

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    No, it shouldn't "be better" by now. Grief may be ameliorated by time, but it never goes away.
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  119. Penn has long been a key school for Jews. I met my first JAPs there–Jewish American Princesses. Penn had little campus unrest during Vietnam–although ROTC was moved to the edge of campus, almost over the Schuylkill River–and so it became a “safe school” for overprotective Jewish mothers.

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  120. @Anon
    Rumor always had it that Chelsea Davis refused him because she didn't want life in the royal fish tank where the press could endless discuss the color of her nail polish and everything else about her.

    I myself prefer blondes because I'm one, my husband is one and thanks be to God the girls are blonde with a bit of help. But lots of people like brunettes. I think Meghan looks more like an Arab than an African. I bet that was the first black preacher she ever heard in her life. Its unclear if she was ever baptized catholic. But she went to catholic school all the way and had to be re baptized in the church of England, something all those Lutheran Germans who married into the royal family never had to do.

    Who cares. I remember the whole dianna thing. Its just beyond vulgar.

    She had not previously been baptized, in either the Catholic or Episcopal churches–which led to endless debates on Catholic Twitter about the applicability of the Pauline Privilege to her case.

    But the fact that she was not a Christian until a month ago lends credence to your point that she had probably never heard a black preacher before. I had the same thought.

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  121. I can see how a school called “Wesleyan” might be off-putting to Jews. I cannot see how it could consist of 23%.

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    Wesleyan is a real pipeline to Hollywood. I know a guy who has a lower level entertainment industry career because he went to Wesleyan because he's a devout liberal Methodist and wound up getting a job from some college friend who became a junior mogul.
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  122. @Paleo Liberal
    Ann Arbor is about half the size of Madison, and the enrollment at Michigan is about the same, maybe 10% higher. I would suspect the influence of U Michigan on Ann Arbor would be greater than the influence of U Wisconsin on Madison.

    Other than that, not a very big difference.

    One interesting tidbit -- there is a kosher bakery in Madison, and the owner is a Christian. In fact, the bakery could not survive unless the owner were a Christian. If it were run by a Jew, it would go bankrupt.

    Thing is, there is very little difference between Halal and Kosher foods. So observant Muslims can go to the Kosher bakery. In fact, the busiest day of the week for the bakery is Saturday, when all the Muslims go to the bakery. The second busiest day is Sunday, when the Jews go.

    Under Kosher rules, the bakery could NOT be open Saturday if it were run by a Jew, and the place would go bankrupt. Since the owner is Christian, he is permitted under Kosher rules to work (Shabbot Goy).

    One interesting tidbit — there is a kosher bakery in Madison, and the owner is a Christian.

    At least the pasty joint is owned by the son of a genuine Cornishman.

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  123. Anonymous[427] • Disclaimer says:
    @MikeatMikedotMike
    OT - Steve, I just did search for "Goad" in your archives, and no results found. You've never referenced Jim Goad after all these years? I find that hard to believe, but I will if you say so.

    One of the great truck song singers , even though he has never actually floated the gears on a RoadRanger….

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  124. Mr. Anon says:
    @Lot
    "Do you mean to claim that the British have not been criticized?"

    No, I was asking AnotherDad for examples of white American groups other than Jews who ought to receive and then benefit from particulized criticism, which I did because he made that general argument, and then said Jews should on that basis welcome and benefit from at least some Jew-specific criticism. If the argument was a good would, at least one of them would have been able to respond to the question directly. Like, "Yes, the Irish are prone to problem drinking and DUI, and the Scots-Irish to opioids, they would benefit from some hostile reminders of it." But he won't say something like that, as he shouldn't.

    My more general point is talking about white Americans as separate ethnic groups with opposing interests in zero-sum competition with each other is divisive, counterproductive, and increasingly incoherent as we are rapidly blending together.

    For the record, there are certainly plenty of valid critiques of European and American Jews one could level, and they typically correspond to the ones actually asserted by anti-semites in an extremely exaggerated form. And of course people who level them tend to suffer from often very disproportionate responses.

    I do not see this as a substantial problem however. I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high, but the bigger issue is the counter reaction from both Jews and their many friends and relatives is extremely damaging to the nationalist right. Again, I get no earnest response to this point, because "You are wrong, there are many examples of successful countersemite political movements in circumstances similar to the USA" is also impossible to say.

    No, I was asking AnotherDad for examples of white American groups other than Jews who ought to receive and then benefit from particulized criticism, which I did because he made that general argument, and then said Jews should on that basis welcome and benefit from at least some Jew-specific criticism.

    Yes, and I meant – by extension – british americans, irish americans, italian americans, etc. As I said, I can think of lots of valid criticisms to be leveled at anglo-saxons. I have made them.

    I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high, but the bigger issue is the counter reaction from both Jews and their many friends and relatives is extremely damaging to the nationalist right.

    Which sounds like a fancy, disingenuous way of saying “but my group really doesn’t need to be criticized. We’re fine, thanks.” Your group, as you see it, is special, and above all critique.

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  125. res says:
    @Lot
    "Do you mean to claim that the British have not been criticized?"

    No, I was asking AnotherDad for examples of white American groups other than Jews who ought to receive and then benefit from particulized criticism, which I did because he made that general argument, and then said Jews should on that basis welcome and benefit from at least some Jew-specific criticism. If the argument was a good would, at least one of them would have been able to respond to the question directly. Like, "Yes, the Irish are prone to problem drinking and DUI, and the Scots-Irish to opioids, they would benefit from some hostile reminders of it." But he won't say something like that, as he shouldn't.

    My more general point is talking about white Americans as separate ethnic groups with opposing interests in zero-sum competition with each other is divisive, counterproductive, and increasingly incoherent as we are rapidly blending together.

    For the record, there are certainly plenty of valid critiques of European and American Jews one could level, and they typically correspond to the ones actually asserted by anti-semites in an extremely exaggerated form. And of course people who level them tend to suffer from often very disproportionate responses.

    I do not see this as a substantial problem however. I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high, but the bigger issue is the counter reaction from both Jews and their many friends and relatives is extremely damaging to the nationalist right. Again, I get no earnest response to this point, because "You are wrong, there are many examples of successful countersemite political movements in circumstances similar to the USA" is also impossible to say.

    I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high

    As opposed to the immense intellectual value of the continuous white male critiques we see in the MSM.

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    That both lacks intellectual and truth values.
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  126. eah says:

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  127. Neoconned says:
    @Whiskey
    Tulane grad. New Orleans has a substantial Jewish pop and lots of synagogue dating from the thirties. 1830s.

    There is real anti semitism physical attacks at UCI . Mostly by Muslims. More Muslims more anti semitisn.

    You went to Tulane whiskey?

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    Anyway NOLAs small Jewish community is set in the Garden District.....nice safe area where the locals hire off duty local cops as private security.

    My cousin stays in the lower 9th Ward off Royal....which shockingly is very slowly gentrifying....
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  128. Neoconned says:
    @Neoconned
    You went to Tulane whiskey?

    Anyway NOLAs small Jewish community is set in the Garden District…..nice safe area where the locals hire off duty local cops as private security.

    My cousin stays in the lower 9th Ward off Royal….which shockingly is very slowly gentrifying….

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  129. @Steve Sailer
    Single female Jews went much more heavily against Romney in 2012 than married or single male Jews. Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as "Why won't a Jewish man marry me?," which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.

    I am not so sure about it. One does not marry out of spite, at least significantly…

    https://forward.com/news/192698/jewish-woman-is-new-face-of-intermarriage-pew-stud/


    Jewish Woman Is New Face of Intermarriage, Pew Study Data Reveals

    ………………
    According to Cohen, three times as many Jewish men intermarried before 1970 as women. But between 2000 and 2013, slightly more Jewish women intermarried than men.

    What’s more, intermarried Jewish women are now no more likely than intermarried Jewish men to raise their children Jewish, according to Cohen.

    Half of the Jewish women who intermarried between 1980 and 1989 say that they had raised their children Jewish, compared with just 19% of Jewish men. Today, only 15% of Jewish women who have intermarried since 2000 say they are raising their children Jewish.

    The data are based on the 2013 Pew survey that polled nearly 3,500 Jews, the largest survey of American Jews in more than a decade.

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  130. anon[112] • Disclaimer says:
    @Rosamond Vincy
    Nothing about DePaul University, which suspended (without due process) Thomas Klocek (a Catholic) after he got in an argument with the folks at the pro-Palestinian booth?

    Now tell me who did it to Norman Finkelstein ? You know ,don’t you what was done.

    Or Juan Cole ? Oor the Chaplin at Yele? Who got them rejected ?

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    I did not know the details of the Finkelstein case. There was collateral damage there: assistant professor Mehrene Larudee supported him, was denied tenure, and was listed as a visiting assistant professor at another school. This means she may have to move every two years to the next Visiting position, or give up and take a lecture position, possibly with good benefits but no stability.
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  131. sabril says:
    @El Dato

    there is a problem on a lot of college campuses with anti-Israel activism
     
    "Anti-Israel Activism" is a viable option in the USA? Pull the other one.

    Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism
     
    Virtue-signal to whom?

    In a minute the "self-hating jew" trope will be wielded. Because there is no reason to dislike Israel. At all.

    “Anti-Israel Activism” is a viable option in the USA? Pull the other one.

    I don’t understand this, but I can definitely tell you that many American college campuses have active chapters of groups like “Students for Justice in Palestine” which is an anti-Israel group. It happens regularly that anti-Israel divestment resolutions are proposed; that student activists have “Israeli Apartheid Week” and so on.

    You can verify all of this with a few Google searches.

    Virtue-signal to whom?

    To other Leftists. Duh. That’s what progressives do, they compete with eachother to see who can be the most virtuous.

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    Jewish Think-tank: Anti-Israel Activity on U.S. Campuses Is Over-hyped The extent of anti-Israel activity on American college campuses is exaggerated, according to a report published Sunday by a Jerusalem-based Jewish think tank.
    Haaretz
    28 th June 2015
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  132. sabril says:
    @Svigor

    By analogy, you could do a report on the “50 Worst Colleges for White People” and discover that most of those colleges had a heavily white student body. In fact, most of the anti-White activity in America comes from White people who feel compelled to virtue-signal. Just like progressive Jews feel compelled to virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to Zionism.
     
    I gotta hand it to you guys, you never give up. You just keep shoveling.

    Leftist Jews virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to White privilege and White Supremacy and Whites having borders and Whites having ethnonationalism, just like White leftists do (the difference being, Jews aren't guillotining themselves in the process). The number of Jews who announce their opposition to Zionism is vanishingly small, by comparison.

    Leftist Jews virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to White privilege and White Supremacy and Whites having borders and Whites having ethnonationalism, just like White leftists do (the difference being, Jews aren’t guillotining themselves in the process). The number of Jews who announce their opposition to Zionism is vanishingly small, by comparison.

    In your view, who are the 3 most prominent Leftist Jews who regularly announce their opposition to White privilege and Whites having ethnonationalism?

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    In your view, who are the 3 most prominent Leftist Jews who regularly announce their opposition to White privilege and Whites having ethnonationalism?
     
    The same tired deflection tactic. Honestly, why does anyone bother talking to you as if you argue in good faith? Svigor has more patience than I do, obviously.

    I know, I know, you don't "engage" me, because yada, yada, yada. I don't care (hint: no one else does either).
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  133. sabril says:
    @Anonymous
    But white people don't have their own student associations, clubs, organizations, and their own scholarships and networking groups, their own buildings and dining halls and menus, and their own counselors and administrators, like Jewish students do at these universities. I'm not sure if you've been on one of these campuses lately, but they're not analogous at all. Jewish students have access to a tremendous amount of exclusive resources and a parallel sort of university within the university that whites don't have. Other minority groups have similar setups that are modeled on the Jewish experience, but they tend to be much less impressive and extensive than the Jewish student ecosystem, for various reasons such as fewer numbers, less organizational ability, less external help - Jewish alumni and wealthy benefactors tend to be very active in supporting and funding these Jewish student networks and ecosystems within universities.

    These campuses have a high Jewish student population and a lot of Jewish resources and alumni involvement, so the threshold of purported anti-Semitism is much lower. Actual anti-Semitism would be pretty blatant on these campuses.

    But white people don’t have their own student associations, clubs, organizations

    I agree . . . but so what? How does that contradict or undermine anything I have said?

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    Your argument is that universities that are extremely accommodating to Jewish students and provide them with exclusive privileges and amenities are somehow equivalent to anti-white universities merely because there is a strong contingent of anti-Israel students. Obviously they're not analogous.
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  134. anon[402] • Disclaimer says:
    @sabril

    “Anti-Israel Activism” is a viable option in the USA? Pull the other one.
     
    I don't understand this, but I can definitely tell you that many American college campuses have active chapters of groups like "Students for Justice in Palestine" which is an anti-Israel group. It happens regularly that anti-Israel divestment resolutions are proposed; that student activists have "Israeli Apartheid Week" and so on.

    You can verify all of this with a few Google searches.

    Virtue-signal to whom?
     
    To other Leftists. Duh. That's what progressives do, they compete with eachother to see who can be the most virtuous.

    Jewish Think-tank: Anti-Israel Activity on U.S. Campuses Is Over-hyped The extent of anti-Israel activity on American college campuses is exaggerated, according to a report published Sunday by a Jerusalem-based Jewish think tank.
    Haaretz
    28 th June 2015

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    Let me ask you this:

    Of all the proposed boycott resolutions on American college campuses which target a specific country, what percentage target Israel?

    If I had to guess, I would predict that there are more resolutions regarding Israel than there are regarding the rest of the world's countries combined. At a minimum, the number is wildly disproportionate.
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  135. SFG says:
    @Lagertha
    Reality you presented (because I still am, so, carrying a grudgy axe and want to split some liberal/prog skulls in my dreams), is very accurate, Steve. I see a new trend: State U's are going after smart guys and girls big time with money :) to attend their U ...regardless of their ability to pay/ignore their wealth. The real war is: U's like GMU: we develop jobs...you develop wasters.</i> State U's are gonna overpower "yield" private U's....it is so crazy! Coastal elites, who look down upon State Us' will be more confused than ever.

    I went to a lesser Ivy and would love to see the place turn into a no-name private school; I come up with all sorts of colorful language when they call me asking for money. The problem is that even with superior human capital, the Ivies still control the pipeline into the ‘commanding heights’ of media, finance, and academia. You can produce smarter people and better workers and managers all you want and it won’t make a difference the way things are constituted now. Particularly with the number of jobs slowly decreasing with automation.

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  136. @Mike P.
    Notice the lack of Catholic schools on either list. (The only one is Georgetown, which is not particularly Catholic, and also perhaps the only Catholic school that is in a large city and is the highest ranked university in that city. So I expect that it attracts more Jewish students for those reasons.) In general, there aren't going to be many Jewish students at Catholic schools.

    On the other hand, most students at Catholic schools don't have a strong opinion on the Israel/Palestine issue at all. At Notre Dame in the past few years, for example, I can't recall the issue ever coming up at all either in classrooms, or in protests, or flags, signs, etc. One day I thought it might come up when the school newspaper had an editorial with the headline "Time to divest." It ended up being about coal.

    George Washington University (Er….*The* George Washington University), number 2 in DC after Georgetown, appears here. At least 20 years ago there was a bit of a chemical reaction between the large number of NY/NJ/PA (mostly assimilated) Jewish students and a lot of Middle East princeling foreign students.

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  137. Anon[257] • Disclaimer says:
    @Whiskey
    Tulane grad. New Orleans has a substantial Jewish pop and lots of synagogue dating from the thirties. 1830s.

    There is real anti semitism physical attacks at UCI . Mostly by Muslims. More Muslims more anti semitisn.

    What’s UCI? Only one I can think of is in Irving ca

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  138. Anonymous[404] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous
    Jewish Voice for Peace is for "peace" in the same way that BLM is for black lives.

    Come on, you know this.

    Then maybe you should have looked into it a bit before commenting.

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  139. @anon
    Now tell me who did it to Norman Finkelstein ? You know ,don't you what was done.

    Or Juan Cole ? Oor the Chaplin at Yele? Who got them rejected ?

    I did not know the details of the Finkelstein case. There was collateral damage there: assistant professor Mehrene Larudee supported him, was denied tenure, and was listed as a visiting assistant professor at another school. This means she may have to move every two years to the next Visiting position, or give up and take a lecture position, possibly with good benefits but no stability.

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  140. @Lagertha
    whole heartedly agree. I would add CalPoly, SLO. No essays, no recommendations from anyone, for their ap - just scores. They are, the last of the Mohicans in quality applications for a U.

    I kinda' feel really sad that I just said that - my mommy died months ago...and she believed in meritocracy she received her master's at 22- super smart...I so miss her...brings me to tears...such a mess - should be better by now.

    No, it shouldn’t “be better” by now. Grief may be ameliorated by time, but it never goes away.

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    Thank You. Your words were so lovely.
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  141. Anonymous[168] • Disclaimer says:
    @Simon in London
    I had never heard of 'Jewish Voice for Peace' before.

    Then maybe you should have looked it up for a second before commenting.

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  142. Anonymous[168] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anon
    You can’t just walk into a synagogue. You have to be a member or guest of a member. And members can’t bring many guests or the same guest too often.

    They have ushers at the door to prevent just anyone from walking in.

    You can’t just walk into a synagogue. You have to be a member or guest of a member. And members can’t bring many guests or the same guest too often.

    They have ushers at the door to prevent just anyone from walking in.

    Damn people just pull things out of their ass in this comment section!

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  143. Thea says:
    @Buzz Mohawk

    I think Meghan looks more like an Arab than an African. I bet that was the first black preacher she ever heard in her life.
     
    When I first heard of her, there was a mention of her father in Mexico, so I thought she looked like a pretty Latin American girl.

    Maybe she took the Barry Obama route and decided to latch onto the black thing for its career benefits, or perhaps it was pushed on her by Hollywood.

    Who knows if she even wanted her wedding to be about race, but that' s how it came out. The truth is, her relationship is NOT about race, and it would be truly progressive if our SJW betters would leave it out.

    oh yes it’s about race and she isn’t going to let those pretty Anglo Saxon girls forget it.

    She went to visit the illegal squatters a Grenfell tower but has been mum about the thousands of white girls as young as 11 raped by such people in an organized and accepted way from that community.

    Then there was the constant whining about this and that minor issue of supposed racism.

    She has said she is a proud feminist and SJW who will use this platform to push those issues. Actual white Britons can F off and die as far as she cares. It’s not about true love for Harry.

    She acted in sex scenes on national tv. Think she cares about what her future children think?

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  144. Mr. Anon says:
    @sabril

    Leftist Jews virtue-signal by announcing their opposition to White privilege and White Supremacy and Whites having borders and Whites having ethnonationalism, just like White leftists do (the difference being, Jews aren’t guillotining themselves in the process). The number of Jews who announce their opposition to Zionism is vanishingly small, by comparison.
     
    In your view, who are the 3 most prominent Leftist Jews who regularly announce their opposition to White privilege and Whites having ethnonationalism?

    In your view, who are the 3 most prominent Leftist Jews who regularly announce their opposition to White privilege and Whites having ethnonationalism?

    The same tired deflection tactic. Honestly, why does anyone bother talking to you as if you argue in good faith? Svigor has more patience than I do, obviously.

    I know, I know, you don’t “engage” me, because yada, yada, yada. I don’t care (hint: no one else does either).

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    Refusing to answer a pointed question because it is "deflecting" is not how civilized Western people debate. If you were right and smart, you'd provide a direct answer, explained if needed, followed by your own pointed question.
    , @sabril
    I don't engage with this poster because he flagrantly misrepresented my position in a past discussion. If anyone wants a link/cite, feel free to ask.
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  145. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    Dersohowitz threatened de Paul and succeeded Earlier he made same threats to State of California and was ignored ( that was about Finkelstein book )

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  146. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    The Zionist have occupied everything else in US Campus is where sometimes the Palestine issue gets heard now and then .

    Zionist few years ago were threatening the college for inviting any Iranian delegates and was openly campaigning against Iran .

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  147. @Highlander
    BSU = Boise State University?

    BSU = Big State U.

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  148. sabril says:
    @anon
    Jewish Think-tank: Anti-Israel Activity on U.S. Campuses Is Over-hyped The extent of anti-Israel activity on American college campuses is exaggerated, according to a report published Sunday by a Jerusalem-based Jewish think tank.
    Haaretz
    28 th June 2015

    Let me ask you this:

    Of all the proposed boycott resolutions on American college campuses which target a specific country, what percentage target Israel?

    If I had to guess, I would predict that there are more resolutions regarding Israel than there are regarding the rest of the world’s countries combined. At a minimum, the number is wildly disproportionate.

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    Because other countries don't have law fare, Israeli ( jewish ) council of Republican or Democratic party, nor they have AIPAC FDD JINSA and none of them have received 100 vetoes from US as protection , none of them egt 40 billions worth of free military supplies every few years and none of them dare say "anti my country ism " is racism and hate speech , none of them say "Indonesian ( or any country ) values are American values", none of them call congress and set up congressional meeting to chide president.

    GET IT
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  149. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    San Francisco State University Professor Rabab Abdulhadi and Palestinian scholarship, pedagogy and research are fighting off yet another attack by the Lawfare Project, the Zionist group that maliciously sued her last year. When Judge William Orrick -Northern District of California, threw out the suit against Dr. Abdulhadi, the university, and a group of campus administrators and staff, the judge allowed Lawfare to refile only because court rules require that plaintiffs be given liberal chances to amend their suits. Judge Orrick’s order made clear that granting the plaintiffs another chance was “[o]ut of an abundance of caution.” This is Lawfare’s third effort at suing Dr. Abdulhadi and the other defendants.

    In its earlier failed attempts Lawfare tried to blame Dr. Abdulhadi for a boisterous student protest when Jerusalem’s racist mayor, Nir Barkat spoke on campus at a Hillel-sponsored event.

    http://www.mondoweiss.net

    Lawfare is the newest addition in the fights against the peaceful democratic efforts to create awareness in the campus

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  150. roo_ster says:
    @Karl
    if _Algemeiner_ is "right-of-center", than I was drunk the day my mom got out of prison then got run over by a damned old train - while I was going to get her in my pickup truck

    …in the rain.

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  151. Lot says:
    @res

    I think the intellectual value of airing out even valid Jew-critiques is not especially high
     
    As opposed to the immense intellectual value of the continuous white male critiques we see in the MSM.

    That both lacks intellectual and truth values.

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  152. Lot says:
    @Mr. Anon

    In your view, who are the 3 most prominent Leftist Jews who regularly announce their opposition to White privilege and Whites having ethnonationalism?
     
    The same tired deflection tactic. Honestly, why does anyone bother talking to you as if you argue in good faith? Svigor has more patience than I do, obviously.

    I know, I know, you don't "engage" me, because yada, yada, yada. I don't care (hint: no one else does either).

    Refusing to answer a pointed question because it is “deflecting” is not how civilized Western people debate. If you were right and smart, you’d provide a direct answer, explained if needed, followed by your own pointed question.

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    Refusing to answer a pointed question because it is “deflecting” is not how civilized Western people debate. If you were right and smart, you’d provide a direct answer, explained if needed, followed by your own pointed question.
     
    His "Name 3 X who are Y" questions are asked in bad faith.

    I am actually a westerner, and I debate like one. You, and him, not so much. I'm tired of your cheap, dishonest little rhetorical games.
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  153. Brutusale says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Single female Jews went much more heavily against Romney in 2012 than married or single male Jews. Single Jewish women often have Issues, such as "Why won't a Jewish man marry me?," which they are culturally encouraged to transmute into a generalized resentment of non-Jewish society.

    What gets me is that, in my experience, Jewish men who marry shiksas seem to find Christian women even more virulently deranged than the average Jewish woman.

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  154. @SFG
    Why do you think there's so much intermarriage? ;)

    according to pew, half of millenial jews are from “interfaith” marriage. I can guess that the vaaaast majority is jewish male with a white shiksa. hell, at least every marriage from hollywood since the late 60′s look like this. that’s why they have the childless likes of amy schumer, while increasing their population

    it’s like “the graduate” have a higher impact than “guess who’s comming for dinner” in america

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  155. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @sabril
    Let me ask you this:

    Of all the proposed boycott resolutions on American college campuses which target a specific country, what percentage target Israel?

    If I had to guess, I would predict that there are more resolutions regarding Israel than there are regarding the rest of the world's countries combined. At a minimum, the number is wildly disproportionate.

    Because other countries don’t have law fare, Israeli ( jewish ) council of Republican or Democratic party, nor they have AIPAC FDD JINSA and none of them have received 100 vetoes from US as protection , none of them egt 40 billions worth of free military supplies every few years and none of them dare say “anti my country ism ” is racism and hate speech , none of them say “Indonesian ( or any country ) values are American values”, none of them call congress and set up congressional meeting to chide president.

    GET IT

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    Because

    GET IT
     
    Sure, I get it. Israel gets attacked; Israel (and her supporters) take modest steps to defend Israel; those modest defense steps are used as an excuse to attack Israel. Classic victim-blaming.

    Not that it really matters, because you seem to be conceding my point: That there is a lot of anti-Israel activism on American college campuses these days.
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  156. Anonymous[400] • Disclaimer says:
    @sabril

    But white people don’t have their own student associations, clubs, organizations
     
    I agree . . . but so what? How does that contradict or undermine anything I have said?

    Your argument is that universities that are extremely accommodating to Jewish students and provide them with exclusive privileges and amenities are somehow equivalent to anti-white universities merely because there is a strong contingent of anti-Israel students. Obviously they’re not analogous.

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    Your argument is that universities that are extremely accommodating to Jewish students and provide them with exclusive privileges and amenities are somehow equivalent to anti-white universitie
     
    That's not my argument at all. Re-read.
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  157. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @Lot
    This list isn't supposed to be serious, rather is to reward and punish the obsession among student gov nerds with meaningless non binding BDS resolutions.

    An actual list of Jew unfriendly colleges would be pretty short and would just figure out the colleges with the most burka Muslim types, which appear to be mostly the low end Cal State colleges like Cal State Los Angeles, which is now under 10% white anyway and with tests scores that indicate a student body comparable to the lowest tier of HBCUs.

    who cares about BDS?

    We need America to be consistent

    “If US Foreign Policy Were Consistent, America Would be Bombing Israel Right Now

    By Darius Shahtahmasebi
    The Anti-Media”

    A color revolution with no -fly zone followed by Ghaddafi treatment

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  158. hhsiii says:
    @Clifford Brown
    Yeah, some real hotbeds of antisemitism on this list.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DaPBhxXhprg

    Ha. That’s my block. I’ve seen Woody near there a few times but not on that block (66th between 2nd and 3rd). Grace Kelly lived in the building on the left years ago, The Manhattan House.

    I’ve also seen Morgan Freeman on that block filming. It’s often used for motorcades. I’ve seen Obama and Pope Francis go through. Freeman trumps them since he’s played presidents and god.

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  159. Old Jew says:
    @Anon
    You can’t just walk into a synagogue. You have to be a member or guest of a member. And members can’t bring many guests or the same guest too often.

    They have ushers at the door to prevent just anyone from walking in.

    At the synagogue entrance in DC, are security guards. None in Philadelphia. I’ve seen ushers only on Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashana Or ticket checkers. During week days they’ll let in any warm body, just to make the minyan.

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  160. sabril says:
    @anon
    Because other countries don't have law fare, Israeli ( jewish ) council of Republican or Democratic party, nor they have AIPAC FDD JINSA and none of them have received 100 vetoes from US as protection , none of them egt 40 billions worth of free military supplies every few years and none of them dare say "anti my country ism " is racism and hate speech , none of them say "Indonesian ( or any country ) values are American values", none of them call congress and set up congressional meeting to chide president.

    GET IT

    Because

    GET IT

    Sure, I get it. Israel gets attacked; Israel (and her supporters) take modest steps to defend Israel; those modest defense steps are used as an excuse to attack Israel. Classic victim-blaming.

    Not that it really matters, because you seem to be conceding my point: That there is a lot of anti-Israel activism on American college campuses these days.

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    No it doesn't matter because Israel has talked of peace but acted otherwise in spirit and activities all along. Its a nation, one should trust at its peril.

    Google Yatzhik Shamir , Weigalss, go back and try to understand what Netanhoo has been talking all along- how to torpedo peace and gain on the ground . It has been like this since 1917
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  161. sabril says:
    @Anonymous
    Your argument is that universities that are extremely accommodating to Jewish students and provide them with exclusive privileges and amenities are somehow equivalent to anti-white universities merely because there is a strong contingent of anti-Israel students. Obviously they're not analogous.

    Your argument is that universities that are extremely accommodating to Jewish students and provide them with exclusive privileges and amenities are somehow equivalent to anti-white universitie

    That’s not my argument at all. Re-read.

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  162. eah says:
    @eah
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/C372uzBVUAAYdnD.jpg

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    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/DdvtSt1V4AIzYu3.jpg
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  163. eah says:
    @eah
    https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Ddu_qAkUwAA0xYE.jpg

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  164. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:
    @sabril

    Because

    GET IT
     
    Sure, I get it. Israel gets attacked; Israel (and her supporters) take modest steps to defend Israel; those modest defense steps are used as an excuse to attack Israel. Classic victim-blaming.

    Not that it really matters, because you seem to be conceding my point: That there is a lot of anti-Israel activism on American college campuses these days.

    No it doesn’t matter because Israel has talked of peace but acted otherwise in spirit and activities all along. Its a nation, one should trust at its peril.

    Google Yatzhik Shamir , Weigalss, go back and try to understand what Netanhoo has been talking all along- how to torpedo peace and gain on the ground . It has been like this since 1917

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    Thanks for perfectly demonstrating the Algemeiner's point.

    The fact is that there is a lot of anti-Israel sentiment on college campuses. All of the Israel haters feel exactly as you -- that Israel is a singularly terrible country; that it is uniquely untrustworthy; that Israel is primarily to blame for the problems in the Middle East.
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  165. res says:
    @Lot
    That both lacks intellectual and truth values.

    You might want to take your sarcasm detector in for a tuneup.

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  166. Olorin says:
    @Jewish Tufts Grad
    What you need to understand here is that the ostensibly Jewish students at places like Tufts tend to express their Judaism by substituting the Torah with extremely left-wing politics. This happened on a national level too: Jewish organization propped up Black Lives Matter and then, to the surprise of nobody on iSteve, Black Lives Matters turned out to hate Israel and love Farrakhan.

    They play with fire and are shocked to get burned.

    Nope.

    It is in the DNA of the Jewish meme to fireplay in ways that assure getting burned.

    That’s how new life is breathed into the “victim” category.

    Jews retcon history. Including their own. Mnemosyne is not sacred and Clio is just a whore of the marketing mavens.

    I took a Ph.D. in this at one of those Jewish-friendly Ivy League universities, btw.

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  167. bomag says:
    @Anonymous
    The basic income kills the ambition for people to become Wal-Mart greeters, debt-collectors, telemarketers, 'personal assistants', escorts, 'sugar babies', camwhores, Uber drivers, 'fast casual' food service grunts, etc. It would be absolutely devastating to the economy.

    LOL

    Many jobs are largely make-work; but it seems we need the dynamic of a job or “job” to keep society ordered.

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  168. sabril says:
    @anon
    No it doesn't matter because Israel has talked of peace but acted otherwise in spirit and activities all along. Its a nation, one should trust at its peril.

    Google Yatzhik Shamir , Weigalss, go back and try to understand what Netanhoo has been talking all along- how to torpedo peace and gain on the ground . It has been like this since 1917

    Thanks for perfectly demonstrating the Algemeiner’s point.

    The fact is that there is a lot of anti-Israel sentiment on college campuses. All of the Israel haters feel exactly as you — that Israel is a singularly terrible country; that it is uniquely untrustworthy; that Israel is primarily to blame for the problems in the Middle East.

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  169. @Anon
    There are about 5 things I've done in my life that I'm very proud of.

    About #3 on the list is getting one of the many many Mizrahi Mafia immigrants from Israel jailed and deported for procuring, sex trafficking child molesting and HI-B visa fraud. he owned 4 of those mall kiosks. Those kiosks don't exist to sell hair bows, stolen purses and wallets and doo dads.

    They are used as fronts for all sorts of fraud including but not limited to; visa fraud, SBA loan fraud, fencing of stolen goods; that's where their stock comes from human trafficking, sex trafficking and whatever crimes they can come up with.

    Schmuel is his name known as Muli. he and his Mizrahi mafia friends got in big trouble in Israel with both the law and another mafia faction and had to leave.

    They arrived about 2006 when the no income no down payment no assets no job mortgages were available. First thing they did was set up a Mortgage Company while still on tourist visas. I guess anyone can do that. maybe an American Mizrahi haredi type helped. However it happened they set up the mortgage company. They arrived in what is known in the rest of the country as Silicon Valley.

    So they granted themselves no down payment mortgages. They bought single family homes. They waited a year and then refinanced. They assessed the homes way over value and were able to get $50 to $70,000 cash out of the homes while still owning them. The homes were rented to tech immigrants from the crowded housing cultures. So no matter how high the rent, they can always crowd more people in to pay the rent.

    They also used the money they scammed by the mortgages to buy the kiosks which cost about $25,000 apiece at the time. Muli somehow couldn't find Americans having the high skills and education to be kiosk clerks. So he got them all by legitimate HI B visas. He had 4 kiosks. A kiosk needs at most 1 and 1/2 clerks per kiosk. But he needed about 20 clerks to run his kiosks or as I called them push carts.

    Remember all the weep and wail stories about how gr grandpa ran for his life from the progroms in Poland and started with a pushcart on the lower east side and through hard work and intelligence managed to build up to the biggest garment center shylocking extortion business in NYC?

    That's what those kiosks are, pushcarts and the owners are pushcart peddlers peddling the traditional stolen goods.

    To continue. all his clerks were very good looking E. European girls who arrived via Israel where they were broken in. They were prostitutes and not willing prostitutes. He managed to buy several single family homes in Sunnyvale and Mountain View via his mortgage company. He had 6 or 7 girls working in each house when not working in the malls with the pushcarts.

    Muli quickly found an American skank welfare Mom to marry and they quickly produced an anchor baby. He began to molest her 3 year old daughter by some other dude. And he brought her to "parties" with black hat chabad haredis. I wonder why he did that????????? He also put the kid on the internet all dressed up in frilly dresses.

    He and his Mizrahi mafia buddies were buzzing around a family member in the real estate business. Which is how we ran across him.

    First rule of survival if you and your family want to survive in the California your ancestors built.

    ONLY DO BUSINESS WITH AMERICANS AND MEXICANS

    Second rule of survival

    THE WHITE IMMIGRANTS; ARMENIANS RUSSIANS PERSIANS ISRAELIS ARE THE WORST.

    Due to my law enforcement job I quickly figured out what he was doing. I did a bit of investigating, surveilled his houses, noticing that all his pushcart peddlers were pretty E European girls. I saw men coming and going. I flashed my badge and spoke with neighbors. elementary work but the jews are so arrogant he never thought anyone would notice.

    I called social services about the step daughter he was molesting; called the State department sex trafficking unit, which set up a case immediately called and nagged the FBI, Sunnyvale & Mountain View Police and Santa Clara County Sheriff.

    Took a week for him to be arrested for the molestation. Several rabbis came to court to defend him and offer "faith counseling " as an alternative to jail. He went to state prison for the molestation and while he was there the state department, FBI and local law enforcement got him.

    Took about a year for him to be arrested for the procuring and sex trafficking. I don't think they ever got him for SBA and visa fraud because our government won't prosecute foreigners for ripping us off.

    Should have been deported. What a monster.

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  170. Mr. Anon says:
    @Lot
    Refusing to answer a pointed question because it is "deflecting" is not how civilized Western people debate. If you were right and smart, you'd provide a direct answer, explained if needed, followed by your own pointed question.

    Refusing to answer a pointed question because it is “deflecting” is not how civilized Western people debate. If you were right and smart, you’d provide a direct answer, explained if needed, followed by your own pointed question.

    His “Name 3 X who are Y” questions are asked in bad faith.

    I am actually a westerner, and I debate like one. You, and him, not so much. I’m tired of your cheap, dishonest little rhetorical games.

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  171. @Reg Cæsar
    I can see how a school called "Wesleyan" might be off-putting to Jews. I cannot see how it could consist of 23%.

    Wesleyan is a real pipeline to Hollywood. I know a guy who has a lower level entertainment industry career because he went to Wesleyan because he’s a devout liberal Methodist and wound up getting a job from some college friend who became a junior mogul.

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    Methodism and method actors. A deadly combination.

    Though looking at Paul Schrader and Paul Verhoeven, one could conclude that the Reformed are even worse.
    , @Lagertha
    haha...you know, I can't even go there. However, Wes is having issues with anti-Israel stuff right now...and it is growing - big problem for Roth - he is so squirming: suddenly, minorities and regular students realized just how much $$$ was spent on National Security/Pentagon/CIA blah, blah. I would like to make a bet that Roth (if Trump wins a 2nd term) will retire. He is the worst traitor of the students that once attended Wes, or the....the freaking founders of Wes. I am so ashamed of the Uni these days.

    USA could have free college and great infrastructure/airports/schools/cool neighborhoods with pools and all ( just like Finland)/streets without potholes for god's sake, if we didn't give the NSA & Wall Street bankers, World Bankers, and CEO's, shareholders of corps, , 770 billion dollars this year for defense. Scandi countries (except Finland) have no armies/navies/air force, btw.

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  172. sabril says:
    @Mr. Anon

    In your view, who are the 3 most prominent Leftist Jews who regularly announce their opposition to White privilege and Whites having ethnonationalism?
     
    The same tired deflection tactic. Honestly, why does anyone bother talking to you as if you argue in good faith? Svigor has more patience than I do, obviously.

    I know, I know, you don't "engage" me, because yada, yada, yada. I don't care (hint: no one else does either).

    I don’t engage with this poster because he flagrantly misrepresented my position in a past discussion. If anyone wants a link/cite, feel free to ask.

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  173. anon[228] • Disclaimer says:

    sabril says:
    May 21, 2018 at 11:04 pm GMT • 100 Words
    The fact is that there is a lot of anti-Israel sentiment on college campuses. All of the Israel haters feel exactly as you — that Israel is a singularly terrible country; that it is uniquely untrustworthy; that Israel is primarily to blame for the problems in the Middle East.
    ———–

    The fact is that there is a lot of anti-German sentiment on college campuses, on Madiosn street in Chicago and San Francisco . All of the Nazi haters feel exactly as you — that Hitler’s Germany is a singularly terrible country; that it is uniquely untrustworthy; that Germany is primarily to blame for the problems in the Jewry and the Europe
    ———–

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    There absolutely was a lot of anti-German sentiment in the US during World War II. If your argument is that Israel deserves all of the hatred it receives, you are wrong but that's a different issue.
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  174. @Anonymous
    Emory and Tulane, like Duke, are filled with rich kids from the Northeast, not the South.

    According to enrollment profile it’s around 35 percent Northeast, around 35 percent South.

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  175. @Steve Sailer
    Wesleyan is a real pipeline to Hollywood. I know a guy who has a lower level entertainment industry career because he went to Wesleyan because he's a devout liberal Methodist and wound up getting a job from some college friend who became a junior mogul.

    Methodism and method actors. A deadly combination.

    Though looking at Paul Schrader and Paul Verhoeven, one could conclude that the Reformed are even worse.

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  176. sabril says:
    @anon
    sabril says:
    May 21, 2018 at 11:04 pm GMT • 100 Words
    The fact is that there is a lot of anti-Israel sentiment on college campuses. All of the Israel haters feel exactly as you — that Israel is a singularly terrible country; that it is uniquely untrustworthy; that Israel is primarily to blame for the problems in the Middle East.
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    The fact is that there is a lot of anti-German sentiment on college campuses, on Madiosn street in Chicago and San Francisco . All of the Nazi haters feel exactly as you — that Hitler's Germany is a singularly terrible country; that it is uniquely untrustworthy; that Germany is primarily to blame for the problems in the Jewry and the Europe
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    There absolutely was a lot of anti-German sentiment in the US during World War II. If your argument is that Israel deserves all of the hatred it receives, you are wrong but that’s a different issue.

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  177. Anonymous[185] • Disclaimer says:
    @Dan Hayes
    Michelle:

    Hard to believe that Canadians are uptight about the Jews (or about anything else for that matter!).

    The few interactions I've had with them are that they are of the most milquetoast variety (as exemplifies by Justin Trudeau).

    Lots of anti-semitism in Quebec historically.

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  178. Anonymous[185] • Disclaimer says:
    @Anonymous

    You can’t just walk into a synagogue. You have to be a member or guest of a member. And members can’t bring many guests or the same guest too often.

    They have ushers at the door to prevent just anyone from walking in.
     
    Damn people just pull things out of their ass in this comment section!

    It sounds a reasonable precaution given how many people wish harm to Jews.

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  179. @J.Ross
    Sholomon Rubashkin had literal rape rooms as he destroyed a community that had welcomed him with open arms; he was the only Agriprocessors prosecution because all his friends had fled to Israel. What is the Irish-American or German-American equivalent of that?

    Why did Trump commute the sentence of Sholomon Rubashkin? All the establishment support for the bastard makes me wonder why DJT did their bidding. What was the upside for Trump? Was it for Kushner?

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  180. Lagertha says:
    @Rosamond Vincy
    No, it shouldn't "be better" by now. Grief may be ameliorated by time, but it never goes away.

    Thank You. Your words were so lovely.

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    Been there. Not done with it yet.
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  181. Lagertha says:
    @Steve Sailer
    Wesleyan is a real pipeline to Hollywood. I know a guy who has a lower level entertainment industry career because he went to Wesleyan because he's a devout liberal Methodist and wound up getting a job from some college friend who became a junior mogul.

    haha…you know, I can’t even go there. However, Wes is having issues with anti-Israel stuff right now…and it is growing – big problem for Roth – he is so squirming: suddenly, minorities and regular students realized just how much $$$ was spent on National Security/Pentagon/CIA blah, blah. I would like to make a bet that Roth (if Trump wins a 2nd term) will retire. He is the worst traitor of the students that once attended Wes, or the….the freaking founders of Wes. I am so ashamed of the Uni these days.

    USA could have free college and great infrastructure/airports/schools/cool neighborhoods with pools and all ( just like Finland)/streets without potholes for god’s sake, if we didn’t give the NSA & Wall Street bankers, World Bankers, and CEO’s, shareholders of corps, , 770 billion dollars this year for defense. Scandi countries (except Finland) have no armies/navies/air force, btw.

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  182. Dissident says:
    @Anon
    I occasionally read Dr Macdonalds site but ignore the comments . There are a lot of the Nazis were absolutely right and everybody else was wrong in WW2
    comments.

    Lately they are going and on about how Poland oppressed the Germans and deserved destruction.

    Attillathehen used to post all the time until some donors spoke with Dr Macdonald about her.

    Only about 10 people post regularly on that site but they post every day.

    Attillathehen used to post all the time until some donors spoke with Dr Macdonald about her.

    What was their problem with atillathehen? (On the off chance that anyone will read this and be able to answer)

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  183. @Lagertha
    Thank You. Your words were so lovely.

    Been there. Not done with it yet.

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  184. Michelle says:
    @Dan Hayes
    Michelle:

    Hard to believe that Canadians are uptight about the Jews (or about anything else for that matter!).

    The few interactions I've had with them are that they are of the most milquetoast variety (as exemplifies by Justin Trudeau).

    Everyone likes to have an enemy. It stirs the loins. Of course, Canadians have no natural enemies, due to living under the US nuclear umbrella.

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