Archive for August 14th, 2011

Jews and Dungeons and Dragons

If you actually read what I said in “A Simplistic View of History” you see that it would be termed anti-Semitic and banned outside the US. But its outstanding trait is that it makes Jews into human beings.

European law requires the assumption that Jews, unlike any other race on earth at any time, are incapable of normal human actions and reactions. So in my historical view they are in the same category as original settlers, the Americans those original settlers turned into, not the New England Brahmins who took over the country from the other white native Americans.

But Jews are, according to everybody’s law outside the US and the US laws if liberals and respectable conservatives had their way, incapable of any human act which might be taken as normal for anyone else. My history would be perfectly legal if it had stopped with the New Englanders. Even liberals would not have objected.

Only respectable conservatives would have denounced the idea because the ruling group that was closest to them was the old New-England based Robber Barony.

The complication required of someone to write in Europe and stay out of jail is truly childish.

In fact, adulthood is measured by how far you get away from the idea of a knight errant and a fair princess versus the evil ogre. European law requires you to live in that world, the Jews are perfect and the white goyim are evil. If you gave that sort of analysis in any other area of life your family would receive solicitations from retarded homes.

That is why I keep telling you that you avoid specific policy suggestions. Instead, you use any such demand as a springboard to demand, once again, that we first be allowed to DISCUSS the issue before we make policy proposals.

Presently the situation is exactly like one in which someone says to you, “We live in a world of Dungeons and Dragons. If you deny that you will be arrested or lose your job or both. What is your proposal for this world of Dungeons and Dragons?”

You aren’t really needed. Respectable conservatives get paid big money to do THAT proposing.

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