Skip to comments.The Real Intersectional Struggle: Civilization against Savagery
Posted on 12/12/2021 2:45:11 AM PST by RoosterRedux
The political left uses the term "intersectionality" to depict all members of advanced and largely Westernized societies as oppressors and all non-white people and residents of third-world countries as oppressees. Slaves in the antebellum United States, black Americans under Jim Crow laws, and Palestinians are now one and the same. Zionism is racism, Israel equals Simon Legree, and Black Lives Matter rallies feature Palestinian flags along with anti-Israel and anti-Semitic hate speech. "Israel, we know you, you murder children, too." BLM supporter Marc Lamont Hill added that the group supports dismantling Israel. The Movement for Black Lives, meanwhile, depicted Israel as an "apartheid state" and accused it of genocide.
BLM leader Patrisse Cullors, while speaking in her capacity as a co-founder of BLM as opposed to on her own behalf, called to "end the imperialist project that's called Israel." The International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance includes in its definition of anti-Semitism, "Denying the Jewish people their right to self-determination, e.g., by claiming that the existence of a State of Israel is a racist endeavor." Black Lives Matter therefore appears to fit the IHRA definition of an anti-Semitic organization.
There is indeed an intersectional struggle in this world. It is not a struggle between Caucasians and non-Caucasian people; Palestinian Arabs are Caucasians. Rashida Tlaib is no more a person "of color" than I am, and I am a Caucasian. Hamas, al-Qaeda, Hezb'allah, and ISIS terrorists are almost universally Caucasians. Nor is it a struggle between technologically advanced nations and backward ones; the technologically advanced Nazis were among the most depraved violent savages in this planet's history.
The struggle is between peaceful, civilized people of all races and violent savages of all races, and free people of all races against despots of all races.
Savage Is as Savage Does
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