The Jewish question
Dec 19th, 2011 by Unamused
Hello there. I’m still on vacation, but we’ve had such an interesting weekend at Unamusement Park, I felt compelled to drop by and issue two clarifications, one explanation, and one pronouncement.
I will begin by emphasizing that the quoted statements from Friday’s post, “Why? (A question for the reader),” do not represent my views on Jewish people, but rather the views of a small but vocal minority of visitors to this website.
So why did I put them there? Two reasons:
- to explain why some race realist writers — Jewish or not — have “burned out” and quit, at least temporarily
- to demonstrate that some people who are nominally on our side will defend, or at least not oppose, even the most hateful, irrational, counterproductive, racist* garbage, as long as it is directed at Jewish people
The first reason was clear to most commenters. Many of them — believing that I, too, was burning out — went so far as to offer their support and encouragement. I appreciate that very much, but do not despair: I will be around for a long time (he said, moments before the meteor struck…).
The second reason was super sneaky and occurred to me only after I had compiled the quotes, which you may recall expressed sentiments such as these:
- there is nothing irrational about hating Jewish people
- 99 percent of Jewish people are Zionists and Communists
- Jewish people should be excluded from all pro-white activism
- I, Unamused, am secretly Jewish, and my true purpose here is to direct white people’s righteous anger away from Jewish people, who deserve it
- Hitler was right when he tried to exterminate Jewish people
- Hitler never tried to exterminate Jewish people
Once again, these do not represent my views. In fact, they represent more or less the opposite of my views.
In light of the list above, it is worth noting that the very first reply began:
I think its pretty obvious that Jews are disproportionately represented within counter-productive political movements.
And it ended:
… it would seem rather petty to complain about others being insensitive towards the Jews.
I don’t mean to pick on that commenter, but I feel very strongly that one’s first reaction to even one suggestion like “There is no other solution other than the final solution,” let alone a long list of such suggestions, ought to read more like this:
Well, obviously I don’t think we should exterminate the Jews.
One might add:
After all, they’re not all bad, and I am willing to accept the help of Jews who want to pitch in.
Of course, I wouldn’t mind one bit if one also remarked:
However, it is important not to dismiss all criticism of Jews just because some of their critics are obviously crazy and evil.
That’s just my opinion, though. I leave it to the reader to decide if race realists are too tolerant of genocidal anti-Semitism. (Incidentally, as another example of this peculiar tolerance, you cannot call what is clearly, by definition, genocidal anti-Semitism “genocidal anti-Semitism” without a backlash.)
Besides today’s post and Friday’s post, I have only one post related to Jewishness/Judaism, the infamous “Oh, Stormfront” — one of my favorite posts, because it makes its point so elegantly. However, it occurs to me that few, if any, of its intended targets really understood it.
Subtlety is wasted on the Hitler Youth.
Here are a few things the point is not:
- “Boo hoo, Stormfront does not like me.” I’m sure they don’t, but neither does the SPLC, and if I can survive one racist* group’s opprobrium, I’m equally sure I can survive another’s.
- “Waaah, Stormfront will not let me post there for its discerning audience of neo-Nazis.” Not to worry! I have my own website with which to disseminate Jewish propaganda and ensure Jewish world domination via misdirection, controlled dissent, flash mobs, FEMA, mind-controlled honeybees — but I’ve said too much.
- “Oh noes, I cannot join this burgeoning Internet community of Hitler-obsessed, Holocaust-denying conspiracy theorists (no offense), arguably the least effective American political movement since the short-lived Human Sacrifice Reform Party of Tennessee (HSRPT), which was staffed exclusively by worshipers of the Moon-Mistress Hekate, funded largely by the sale of human glands, and nominally led by the skeletal remains of a stillborn two-headed calf.”
I have to admit, this one does sting a little, coming so soon after my expulsion from the now-defunct HSRPT for “failure to daily satiate the blood lust of the moon-monsters, refusal to participate in sodomy-based teamwork-building exercises/exorcisms, and unwanted spamming of the psionic communication network with thought-pictures of silly kittens,” but I think I’ll live.
- “I, Unamused, am a big ol’ Jew.” This one is ridiculous enough on its own.
Here, then (now), is the actual two-point point of “Oh, Stormfront” — not to be confused with “Oh! Stormfront!,” Sofia’s upcoming, semi-autobiographical anthology of Nazi-themed inter-racial erotic short stories (March 2012, pre-order yours today!).
- When they don’t know that one of my parents is a (non-practicing, apolitical, white/European) Jew, Stormfronters seem to believe, on the basis of my ideas, as expressed in my writings, that I could not possibly be a “Jew” (according to whatever blood-libelous definition they use, which apparently includes me), because I am too truthful and pro-white and clever and good looking.
This proves even “Jews” can be pro-white, and a valuable addition to any pro-white activist group.
- When they find out that my family tree is lousy with “Jew” parasites (is that a mixed metaphor?), my ideas and writings are suddenly revealed as “Jew” propaganda.
This proves Stormfronters can be kind of crazy.
I hope that clears up the confusion.
A question for the reader — yes, another one: who am I, Unamused, most critical of? Which group of people does this website most consistently bash?
It’s not a trick question.
Yes, that’s correct! It’s black people. And yet…
- I don’t hate all black people.
- I hate many black people, but not (strictly speaking) because they are black, but rather because they’re criminals and racists (see below).
- I don’t want to exterminate black people. No, really.
- I don’t want to exclude black people from race realism or pro-white activism. If they want to help, that’s just great. If they first need me to clarify that some of the things I write about their race are satirical, and to acknowledge that I don’t always clearly distinguish between some black people and all black people — well, I hate to ruin a joke by explaining it, but okay.
- I spend exactly 0.0% of my day worrying about whether someone who disagrees with me (i.e., refuses to accept reality if it fails to sufficiently flatter minorities/denigrate white people) might be black.
Does anyone see my point? Are you sure? Then allow me to define racism:
- racism (noun): anything a white person does
Wait, no, that’s not right.
- racism (noun): failure on the part of white people to hate themselves and everyone who looks like them
Hang on, I’ll get it…
- racism (noun): discrimination or hatred toward all members of a population, based solely on their membership in that population
It’s not perfect, but it will have to do.
Now, you might not think my definition would be controversial, but opposition has been fierce. I think some examples of racism and not-racism might help.
- Hating non-white people because they’re non-white is racist.
- Similarly, hating white people because they’re white is racist.
- Hating violent thugs because they’re violent thugs isn’t racist; it’s quite sensible. This is true even though black, Hispanic, and American Indian people are much more likely than white or Asian people to be violent thugs.
- Saying (and believing) that black, Hispanic, and American Indian people are much more likely than white or Asian people to be violent thugs isn’t racist; it’s a fact.
- Rounding up and arresting every black, Hispanic, and American Indian person because they are much more likely than white or Asian people to be violent thugs is racist.
- Being more concerned about a black, Hispanic, or American Indian person mugging you because they are much more likely than white or Asian people to be violent thugs isn’t racist; it’s rational discrimination, and you should do it. You should also discriminate on the basis of sex and age.
- An event called “Beat Whitey Night” is racist.
- An event called “Black Inventor Day” or “White Inventor Day” or “Eskimo Inventor Day” isn’t racist; they are all benign expressions of racial identity. The main problem is turning up at least one black inventor…
- Excluding Jews from joining the chess club because they’re Jewish is racist.
- Excluding Jews from joining the Non-Jewish Club isn’t racist; it’s freedom of association and an expression of racial identity (although it could very well be motivated by racism). I believe Rand Paul said something along those lines once.
- Exterminating the Jews because they’re Jews is racist.
- Exterminating the Jews because they have all become infected by a species of alien virus that turns them into mindless flesh-eating zombies and to which Jewish genomes are uniquely susceptible is… well, not racist; it’s just highly unlikely.
- An immigration policy designed to keep an historically Japanese nation majority-Japanese forever is not racist; it’s another expression of racial identity.
- Similarly, an immigration policy designed to keep an historically Jewish nation majority-Jewish forever is not racist.
- Similarly, an immigration policy designed to keep an historically white nation majority-white forever is not racist.
Does that make sense? I admit it’s complicated. I look forward to your feedback.
If you are stupid enough to believe that all Jews, because of their Jewishness, are bad people, or racists, or supremacists (pot/kettle situations, all), then you are (a) stupid, but I think I covered that, and (b) a racist, not a race realist. You should also find another blog, because I’m not interested in your opinions.
No, don’t lecture me on free speech. I have always moderated comments. Consult the comments policy.
Unamusement Park is not an open forum where anything goes. If you want to say whatever you please, go make your own blog. This one is a place for constructive debate on certain controversial subjects (plus whatever random silliness I throw in on a whim).
I usually delete comments because they celebrate the supposed extinction of white people. Anti-white racism is not acceptable here.
On the other hand, I have been spectacularly patient with commenters who try to stir up unjustified hatred — mind the adjective there — toward all Jewish people. Never mind why I have been so patient; the point is, my patience has finally run out:
Jewish conspiracy theories and anti-Jewish racism (basically, any time you make a claim about all Jews) are no longer permitted on Unamusement Park.
I admit I went overboard in the comments section of Friday’s post, deleting several comments and parts of comments that were only borderline or ambiguously racist against Jewish people. That was to make sure everyone got the point: err on the side of caution, because your fellow “Jewish questioners” have thoroughly poisoned the well.
Unamusement Park has always welcomed, and will always welcome, contributions to race realism, the study of human biodiversity, white rights, and positive white identity from people of all races, creeds, religions — whatever. I don’t give a fuck who you are; if you want to help stop mobs of black people from attacking us, then please, for the love of Odin, do so. In particular, Jews are fine by me, except insofar as they actually say and do things that are not fine by me.
I firmly believe that Jewish conspiracy theories and irrational hatred of Jewish people have already done more damage to the aforementioned four causes — but especially white rights and positive white identity — than every Holocaust memorial combined. I cannot in good conscience allow my website to become part of the problem.
Thanks for reading. Once again, Merry Christmas (and/or Happy Holidays) to everyone. Please enjoy the spectacle of a Jewish comedian, who represents something called “Jews Against Anti-Christian Defamation,” riding down 5th Avenue in New York City to protest the War on Christmas.