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Anti-racism before the Counterculture era ended
« on: September 18, 2021, 11:48:11 pm »
A MUST-READ, ESPECIALLY FOR YOUNGER LEFTISTS

This is how strong we were before 9/11, and indeed why Jews decided 9/11 had to happen:

https://www.jta.org/2021/09/09/politics/20-years-ago-the-un-durban-conference-aimed-to-combat-racism-it-devolved-into-a-festival-of-hate-against-jews

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20 years ago, the UN Durban Conference aimed to combat racism. It devolved into a ‘festival of hate’ against Jews.

Yes! Back in those days even mainstream leftists at least tried to be intellectually consistent! And it is consistent for anti-racists to hate Jews!

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“It was worse than I had imagined,” recalled Irwin Cotler, a longtime Jewish human rights lawyer in Canada who would go on to be his nation’s justice minister. “Because it was a festival of hate.”
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The failure of the human rights organizations present to come to the defense of the Jewish participants, who walked out to jeers and threats, created a rift that persists until today. Over a dozen countries, including the U.S., Canada, Germany, France, Italy and the United Kingdom, are boycotting this year’s Durban conference over its antisemitic history.
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The 1975 U.N. General Assembly resolution equating Zionism with racism permeated the Nairobi conference. In 1991, years of Jewish organizational advocacy and U.S. diplomacy brought about the revocation of the resolution, fueling hope that Israel would not be a focus at Durban.
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In retrospect, there were signs that there were actors intent on making Israel a focus of the conference. The main conference was preceded in late 2000 and early 2001 by regional conferences. The final regional conference, for Asian countries, took place in Tehran in February 2001. Iran refused to allow Israelis and Jewish organizations to attend.

The Simon Wiesenthal Center, another Jewish organization accredited at the United Nations, asked the U.N. human rights commissioner — Mary Robinson, the former president of Ireland who was organizing the conference — to move the venue to another Asian country. Robinson declined but pledged that she would make the Iranians allow Jewish and Israeli representatives to attend.

Cooper: “Mary Robinson promised us up the wazoo, ‘You guys have every right to attend the meeting in Tehran.’ But we didn’t get the right to go until after the last planes from Paris and New York left for Tehran so that it would be impossible for us to reach there. And that’s where a lot of the stuff was cooked.”

Whereas Jewish and Israeli delegates could influence summary statements at regional preparatory conferences in Africa, Latin America and Europe, Iran’s maneuver meant that the Asian summary document amounted to an indictment of Israel. It accused Israel of “ethnic cleansing,” of implementing “a new kind of Apartheid” and “a crime against humanity,” and said Zionism was “based on race superiority.” Much of the Iran-influenced document became a template for the NGO declaration at the Durban conference.

Cotler: “There was a six-point indictment of Israel at the regional conference in Tehran, one of the most scurrilous indictments of Israel since the end of the Second World War.”

The Second Intifada had been underway for almost a year by the time the conference started, and one of its most striking images, caught on video, persisted: The Sept. 30, 2000 killing of Muhammad al-Durrah, a 12-year-old Palestinian caught in the crossfire during a battle between Israeli and Palestinian forces. Images of al-Durrah proliferated at the conference, including on T-shirts. “Killed on September 30 2000, for being Palestinian,” a T-shirt said on one side. On the other side it read “Occupation = Colonialism = Racism. End Israeli apartheid.”

Burdett: “The Palestinians really had an edge here because they have the popular vote. There were pictures of Muhammad al-Durrah everywhere. They had the sympathy vote.”

Richard Heideman: “What we faced was phenomenal in terms of the visible expression of hatred, not just placards but photographs, and talking about Jews and Israelis as murderers.”

It gets better:

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Not long after they landed, the conference-goers noticed a ubiquitous flyer with a picture of Adolf Hitler. “WHAT IF I HAD WON?’ it asked. “The good things: There would be no Israel and no Palestinian’s [sic] bloodshed. The bad things: I wouldn’t have allowed the making of the new Beetle. THE REST IS YOUR GUESS.”
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Copies of “The Protocols of the Elders of Zion,” a notorious antisemitic text, were available. Calls to the organizers to remove the materials went unheeded.

The confrontational imagery was reflected in personal encounters. Protesters surrounded Jewish students who set up a stand near the press tent and screamed at them.
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Cooper: “The Lawyers Guild from Egypt did political cartoons that literally would have belonged in Der Sturmer. Our attempts to get them removed were basically laughed at. So we called a press conference. At that press conference, before we started, a phalanx of Iranian women in black rush the press conference and try to push over the shtender [podium] and try to kill the press conference. They were eventually physically removed. So the physical intimidation was there.”

Kohn: “There was a Uruguayan minister [Education Minister Antonio Mercader] who came up to me and said it was risky, we need protection. I mean it was unbelievable. We were at a U.N. conference.”

On Friday, Aug. 31, the Jewish delegation learned that South African unions were staging a massive pro-Palestinian demonstration at the conference grounds, the Kingsmead Cricket Stadium. Security officials warned Jewish participants to stay away.

Cooper: “I was approached by the chief of police of Durban and told the following: ‘Rabbi, please, I’m asking you, do not try to go from here to the Jewish community center today.’ ‘Why not? It’s like 2 1/2 blocks away.’ He said, ‘We cannot guarantee your safety.’ And just then when we looked out — we went up higher [in the stadium] — 20,000 people have been brought in by train by the trade unions in order to do Israel apartheid protests, in which the famous picture of the banner ‘Hitler was right’ was hoisted. They were giving out free copies of the ‘Protocols of Zion.’”

This is how close we were to ressurrecting Hitlerism back then. By the way, notice anything about the official logo of the Durban Conference?



9/11 wiped it all away, and it has taken us 20 years to reassemble:

http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/when-history-is-written-by-leftists/

http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/when-history-is-written-by-leftists-contd/

http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/how-we-changed-us-politics/

http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/reminder-we-exist/

http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/blm-sides-with-third-reich/

http://aryanism.net/blog/aryan-sanctuary/anti-zionist-harvest-au-edition/

Back to the main article:

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Burdett: “We had put out an SMS to everyone’s cellphone, ‘Do not go near that demonstration’ because our information is that it’s going to be heavily laced with and motivated by antisemitism and that we should not be visible. They were carrying signs and wearing T-shirts that said ‘Apartheid Israel.’ Someone had gone to the townships and just distributed T-shirts to people who just could use a shirt to wear. And so that street demonstration was just filled with people wearing freshly minted anti-Israel T-shirts. And so the effort to make Israel such a prominent issue at this conference was very organized.”
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On the evening of Saturday, Sept. 1, the conference-goers convened to work out the final text of the NGO declaration. It was a chaotic scene, but the steering committee achieved a modicum of order by allowing each group to propose an amendment that defined the discrimination they suffer. That prompted the Jewish delegation to propose an amendment that pushed back against the conference’s anti-Zionism and referenced the spike in worldwide antisemitism after the start of the Second Intifada.

It said: “We are concerned with the prevalence of anti-Zionism and attempts to delegitimize the State of Israel through wildly inaccurate charges of genocide, war crimes, crimes against humanity, ethnic cleansing and apartheid, as a virulent contemporary form of antisemitism, leading to the firebombing of synagogues, armed assaults against Jews, incitement to killing and the murder of innocent Jews for their support for the existence of the State of Israel, the assertion of the right to self-determination of the Jewish people and the attempts through the State of Israel to preserve their cultural and religious identity.”

The conference overwhelmingly rejected the amendment, with only delegations from Central Europe and the Roma joining the Jewish delegation in favoring its inclusion.

Turanism even then!

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That was a breaking point. The entire Jewish delegation rose to leave, and the crowd erupted in shouts and threats.

Richard Heideman: “We were walking out in a procession with people jeering us on the sides.”

Kohn: “While we were walking we received very, very, very rude insults, antisemitic insults and the threats of being attacked, I mean attacked physically, attacks that were averted by the guards of the conference, I mean, if we didn’t have the protection of the guards …”
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The NGO declaration, finalized after the Jewish delegates left, called Israel a “racist nation,” pushed for reinstating the equation of Zionism with racism and accused Israel of genocide. Robinson, the U.N. human rights commissioner, decried the language and refused to formally hand the voluminous final declaration to the governments as their conference began, which was unprecedented.

Cooper: ”The final document that was voted on after we left was so bad that Mary Robinson herself rejected it and never gave it over to the U.N. countries. It sank Mary Robinson.” [Robinson had hoped to become the first female U.N. secretary-general, but those ambitions were scuttled largely because of the Durban debacle.]

Yet the final document was not quite a failure, according to these participants. It created a narrative about Israel that has now been mainstreamed on the left.

Thanks to us! If we had gone with the False Left flow after 9/11, it would never have happened!

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Cooper: “The resurrection of ‘Zionism is racism,’ everything we’re struggling with today, that script was written and finalized under the supervision of 3,600 NGOs. There’s no BDS [the movement to boycott, divest from and sanction Israel] movement without the building blocks of demonization of Israel in the global scheme of things at Durban. The narrative we’re all struggling with today was written back then.”

Cotler: “The indictment of Israel as an apartheid state was born in Durban. It was triggered in Durban. Durban became the tipping point for the demonological antisemitism that we see today, where Israel is blamed for all the evils of the world, that Israel and the Jewish people are the enemy of good, the embodiment of all those evils. My wife always says I came back from Durban transformed.”

Burdett: “This was an anti-Israel message that had no guardrails. It went right to Jewish control, and there were no guardrails.

As I have explained many times previously, after anti-racists had targeted Apartheid South Africa and Serbia, who was next on the list? Obviously Israel! Jews knew this as well as we did, hence orchestrated the 9/11 false flag attack in order to revive racism. While the most immediate effect of 9/11 was mass Islamophobia (which suits the Zionist plan perfectly, since most of the criticism of Israel came from Islamic countries, so those who think Muslims did 9/11 - including most False Leftists - would turn around and sympathize with Israel), this quickly further evolved on the right into full-blown identitarianism, and hence the desire to create ethnostates (which also suits the Zionist plan perfectly, since those who wanted ethnostates of their own would have to defend the existence of the Jewish ethnostate of Israel in order to be consistent).

Thus with one false flag attack Jews ended the Counterculture era.
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Re: Anti-racism before the Counterculture era ended
« Reply #1 on: September 19, 2021, 07:14:53 am »
When you look at pre-9/11 social justice, jews are rarely mentioned as anything other than something to organise against. Compare to post-9/11 ‘social justice’, where jews are wrongly and continuously grouped in with people who actually need liberation. Even false-leftist “anti-zionists” give jews a platform. All you can do is ask: what do jews need liberation from exactly? Because they appear to be thriving.

True anti-racism, national unity, animal activism, these all used to be at the forefront of leftist activism. Now you have self-declared “leftists” railing against veganism as “racist” and “classist,” calling nationalism rightist, and campaigning for the rights of the jews and ‘white working class.’ Counterculture era social justice was glaringly superior to what we have now.

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« Reply #2 on: September 23, 2021, 02:17:18 am »
More highlights:

https://www.ajc.org/news/the-durban-diaries-with-an-introduction-by-ajcs-simone-rodan-benzaquen

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On walls, a poster shows Nelson Mandela quoted as saying, “Fighting for the rights of the Palestinians.” There’s a guy not far away who is taping swastikas to the wall.
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3:35 p.m.: At the committee on the theme “Colonialism and Foreign Occupation,” a speaker declares: “The Jewish NGOs intend to divide the world’s antiracist movement.” Crowds break into applause. 

5 p.m.: At the thematic committee devoted to “Ethnic Cleansing, Conflict and Genocide,” a speaker declares that the existence of Israel is a hate crime. Somebody asks a question about procedure; he is booed, to shouts of “Jew, Jew, Jew.” A South African Jew is called an “Israeli dog.”
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My Jewish friends come to see what is going on. They start talking to the circle gathering around. In a few seconds, our stand is surrounded by people. NGO representatives abandon their own stands and rush to be part of the excitement. It’s as if nothing else but our wretched table existed in the middle of the fair. As if giving an opinion on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict was more pressing than any other cause. Everyone shouts louder to be heard. The accusations become radical. “Israel is committing genocide!” shouts a woman. Dozens of Palestinian flags are raised and float over our table forming a rainbow of green, red, white, and black pieces of cloth in the sky. Who just hung them up?

A whole crowd is now surrounding us. People begin shouting: “You should not be allowed to have a stand! You Jews, you have become racists!”
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2 p.m.: A man approaches Joav: “You have no right to exist, and we shall get you!”
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Noon: The Jewish caucus decides to hold a press conference with two objectives. First, to denounce the antisemitic literature circulating across the stadium. Secondly, to expose to the media the atmosphere in which we feel constantly harassed. We invite journalists using the theme, “You’re not a racist, right?” The situation deteriorates to the point that an official session on “Holocaust Revisionism,” which was to be held in the Jewish club, had to be cancelled for security reasons.
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2 p.m.: In a discussion devoted to “Hate Crimes, Hate Groups, Ethnic Cleansing, Conflict, and Genocide,” a Jewish delegate from Uruguay takes the floor. As he identifies himself, the session chair, a Palestinian, interrupts him: “This is a discussion about victims, and you are not a victim, sir.”
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Revisionists are also in the room. They have come “to correct” or rewrite history. For them, the belief that six million Jews perished in the Holocaust is pure fiction. The Jewish lobby invents these kinds of stories in order to inflict guilt upon the entire world. It is a conspiracy meticulously designed to make the world acquiesce to the Jewish desire to dominate the globe.

Other voices in the audience assert that any Israeli action against the Palestinians must be considered an “antisemitic act.” They call for condemnation of “the Israeli antisemitism practiced against the Palestinians.” Moreover, Arabs are also Semites and thus must appear among the victims of the Holocaust and be compensated, they exclaim. This implies that the Jew not only colonized Palestine, but worse, colonized words and concepts by appropriating the term “antisemitism.” Such antisemitism is expressed through semantics, where history is reinvented through the appropriation of terminology.

Right at this moment, dozens of people behind the entrance mount an assault. They storm into the tent and scream at the top of their lungs: “You are all murderers! You have Palestinian blood on your hands!” They approach us as we gather at the center of the room around the table where the panelists are seated. Panic drives some to run away. “You don’t belong to the human race!” “Chosen people? You are cursed people! I won’t speak to you, as long as you do not remove this thing,” a man yells at David, who is wearing a kippa.

The assault continues. “Why haven’t the Jews taken responsibility for killing Jesus? They have sucked our blood, all these years. We don’t want you here. Jews don’t belong in Jordan. Jews don’t belong in Israel.” “I believe in a Jewish state ... on Mars!” “Sharon, Golda Meir.... They are all the same. We cannot convince Sharon to be a human being.”

The anger against us can no longer be contained. We have no refuge. The violence becomes physical, and all that is left for us to do is to run away.
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The smiling man hands me a pamphlet. The pamphlet calls for the liberation of Palestine, signed: “Hamas.” What? Hamas is here? “You are part of Hamas?” I murmur, almost to myself. “Aiwa, yes,” he answers me. These guys blow themselves up in discotheques, cafes, and bus stops in Israel. “Umm ... don’t you have any more copies?” I ask him, my voice trembling.  This is surreal. I’m alone under a tent that shelters Hamas and Hezbollah representatives. In a UN conference against racism…
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We show the minister all the antisemitic pamphlets that have circulated at the Youth Summit and the NGO Forum. Some showered Hitler with praise; others portrayed the Jews with big noses spitting out blood.
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On the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the assembly rejects our proposal to “put an end to violence” and to encourage the resumption of peace negotiations between the parties. Instead, the text grants the Palestinians the right to defend themselves “by any means” against the Israeli occupation. Would suicide attacks thus be justifiable as an instrument of self-defense?
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I snatch back the microphone: “We would also like to recall that throughout this conference, we have been offended, intimidated, and harassed.... We have never experienced racism before coming here.”

Some people started booing me. “You Jews are so paranoid that you only speak about yourselves.” “Stop being so egocentric; we too have already experienced racism. That’s why we are here!”
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3 p.m.: At the NGO Forum, Fidel Castro delivers a closing speech that lasts several hours. We are not the only ones to find it ironic that a dictator is granted the honor of concluding the forum. The participants from the former Soviet bloc are furious.
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9:50 p.m.: The assembly votes to adopt the principle of the right of the victims to define their own form of discrimination. That way, each group victimized by racism will be able to freely express its objectives.

10 p.m.: Ten minutes after this key decision, an African delegate from the Ecumenical Caucus requests the elimination of our paragraph on antisemitism
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The president immediately calls for a yes or no on the deletion of this paragraph. Forty-two voters. In favor: thirty-nine. Against: Our yellow vote card solitarily floats over the crowd. At the time, nobody notices that the Central European caucus also raised its card, as did the representatives of the Romani caucus.
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It was hot and raining and there was nothing to eat. When somebody brought some sandwiches, a Russian delegate of Jewish origin, a member of the Central European group, was asked if he was “a friend of Palestine.” The experience was humiliating. Until he gave an answer, he could not get anything to eat.
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Israel is accused of “war crimes and of acts of genocide.” It is classified as a “racist nation,” and the text calls to apply to it “all the measures taken against the South African apartheid regime”—meaning an embargo and the suspension of all diplomatic, economic, and social ties. The document also calls for the launching of an international campaign against the apartheid movement in Israel “to break the silence of the Nations, in particular the European Union and the United States.” The NGO Declaration also calls for the restoration of UN Resolution 3379, equating Zionism with racism.

https://www.yahoo.com/news/sickening-display-hate-why-world-090028804.html

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the late Rep. Tom Lantos, D-Calif., called it “the most sickening and unabashed display of hate for Jews I had seen since the Nazi period."
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One person at the conference held a sign reading, “Hitler should have finished the job.”

Good times!
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Re: Anti-racism before the Counterculture era ended
« Reply #3 on: November 02, 2021, 09:01:36 pm »
I remember in one of my history/geography classes we role-played as delegates of multiple factions in the Israeli-Palestinian crisis trying to find a solution. I remember the solution was Egypt donating the entire Sinai peninsula for the Palestinians. Far from an ideal solution but I remember debates were pretty heated. I wonder if this is still taking place at my old school today?

This was all back in the mid 90's where I remember Israel was getting quite a bit of not so good press. It's no coincidence that Spielberg cranked out tons of Holocaust material in that decade preceded by Indiana Jones. I also remember watching quite a few anti-national socialist french movies too. Post 9/11, the anti-NS movies had a more comedic tone like Inglorious Basterds which was like beating a dead horse.

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Re: Anti-racism before the Counterculture era ended
« Reply #4 on: November 24, 2021, 04:49:28 am »
Also, we had a fighting game character based on Hitler (note the explanation of his in-game name - this is why I love the Counterculture era):

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cG4vS3v1nBo

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« Reply #5 on: November 24, 2021, 02:38:25 pm »
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which was like beating a dead horse.

Bit of a topic diversion, but has anyone ever stopped to ask the question: why do Turanians beat their horses even when they're already dead?  :D


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Re: Anti-racism before the Counterculture era ended
« Reply #6 on: January 15, 2022, 11:26:14 pm »
Article from 1967:



https://archive.nytimes.com/www.nytimes.com/books/98/03/29/specials/baldwin-antisem.html

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When we were growing up in Harlem our demoralizing series of landlords were Jewish, and we hated them. We hated them because they were terrible landlords, and did not take care of the building. A coat of paint, a broken window, a stopped sink, a stopped toilet, a sagging floor, a broken ceiling, a dangerous stairwell, the question of garbage disposal, the question of heat and cold, of roaches and rats--all questions of life and death for the poor, and especially for those with children--we had to cope with all of these as best we could. Our parents were lashed to futureless jobs, in order to pay the outrageous rent. We knew that the landlord treated us this way only because we were colored, and he knew that we could not move out.
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It is true that many Jews use, shamelessly, the slaughter of the 6,000,000 by the Third Reich as proof that they cannot be bigots--or in the hope of not being held responsible for their bigotry. It is galling to be told by a Jew whom you know to be exploiting you that he cannot possibly be doing what you know he is doing because he is a Jew. It is bitter to watch the Jewish storekeeper locking up his store for the night, and going home. Going, with your money in his pocket, to a clean neighborhood, miles from you, which you will not be allowed to enter. Nor can it help the relationship between most Negroes and most Jews when part of this money is donated to civil rights. In the light of what is now known as the white backlash, this money can be looked on as conscience money merely, as money given to keep the Negro happy in his place, and out of white neighborhoods.

One does not wish, in short, to be told by an American Jew that his suffering is as great as the American Negro's suffering. It isn't, and one knows that it isn't from the very tone in which he assures you that it is.
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Jewish history, whether or not one can say it is honored, is certainly known: the black history has been blasted, maligned and despised. The Jew is a white man, and when white men rise up against oppression, they are heroes: when black men rise, they have reverted to their native savagery. The uprising in the Warsaw ghetto was not described as a riot, nor were the participants maligned as hoodlums: the boys and girls in Watts and Harlem are thoroughly aware of this, and it certainly contributes to their attitude toward the Jews.
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For many generations the natives of the Belgian Congo, for example, endured the most unspeakable atrocities at the hands of the Belgians, at the hands of Europe. Their suffering occurred in silence. This suffering was not indignantly reported in the Western press, as the suffering of white men would have been. The suffering of this native was considered necessary, alas, for European, Christian dominance. And, since the world at large knew virtually nothing concerning the suffering of this native, when he rose he was not hailed as a hero fighting for his land, but condemned as a savage, hungry for white flesh. The Christian world considered Belgium to be a civilized country; but there was not only no reason for the Congolese to feel that way about Belgium; there was no possibility that they could.

What will the Christian world, which is so uneasily silent now, say on that day which is coming when the black native of South Africa begins to massacre the masters who have massacred him so long? It is true that two wrongs don't make a right, as we love to point out to the people we have wronged. But one wrong doesnít make a right, either. People who have been wronged will attempt to right the wrong; they would not be people if they didn't. They can rarely afford to be scrupulous about the means they will use. They will use such means as come to hand. Neither, in the main, will they distinguish one oppressor from another, nor see through to the root principle of their oppression.
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The Jew profits from his status in America, and he must expect Negroes to distrust him for it. The Jew does not realize that the credential he offers, the fact that he has been despised and slaughtered, does not increase the Negro's understanding. It increases the Negro's rage.
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The American Negro who is, let us say, falsely arrested, will find it nearly impossible to bring his case to court. And this means that because he is a native of this country--"one of your n*****s"--he has, effectively, no recourse and no place to go, either within the country or without. He is a pariah in his own country and a stranger in the world. This is what it means to have one's history and one's ties to one's ancestral homeland totally destroyed.

This is not what happened to the Jew and, therefore, he has allies in the world. That is one of the reasons no one has ever seriously suggested that the Jew be nonviolent. There was no need for him to be nonviolent. On the contrary, the Jewish battle for Israel was saluted as the most tremendous heroism. How can the Negro fail to suspect that the Jew is really saying that the Negro deserves his situation because he has not been heroic enough? It is doubtful that the Jews could have won their battle had the Western powers been opposed to them. But such allies as the Negro may have are themselves struggling for their freedom against tenacious and tremendous Western opposition.
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Finally, what the American Negro interprets the Jew as saying is that one must take the historical, the impersonal point of view concerning one's life and concerning the lives of one's kinsmen and children. "We suffered, too," one is told, "but we came through, and so will you. In time."

In whose time? One has only one life. One may become reconciled to the ruin of one's children's lives is not reconciliation. It is the sickness unto death. And one knows that such counselors are not present on these shores by following this advice. They arrived here out of the same effort the American Negro is making: they wanted to live, and not tomorrow, but today. Now, since the Jew is living here, like all the other white men living here, he wants the Negro to wait. And the Jew sometimes--often--does this in the name of his Jewishness, which is a terrible mistake. He has absolutely no relevance in this context as a Jew. His only relevance is that he is white and values his color and uses it.

He is singled out by Negroes not because he acts differently from other white men, but because he doesn't.
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No more than the good white people of the South, who are really responsible for the bombings and lynchings, are ever present at these events, do the people who really own Harlem ever appear at the door to collect the rent. One risks libel by trying to spell this out too precisely
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A genuinely candid confrontation between American Negroes and American Jews would certainly prove of inestimable value. But the aspirations of the country are wretchedly middle-class and the middle class can never afford candor.

See also:

https://trueleft.createaforum.com/true-left-vs-false-left/jews-have-nothing-in-common-with-us!/
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"why do Turanians beat their horses even when they're already dead?  :D"
This is why I feel we should do away with non-Aryan idioms. For example, the popular phrase "kill two birds with one stone", which is obviously an appeal to Gentile blood memory, can be discarded in favor of something like "fell two mangoes with one stone". My father would constantly encourage me to use the latter whenever I used the former.

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Good times:

https://www.yahoo.com/news/aging-japanese-militant-beirut-marks-181448231.html

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BEIRUT (AP) — An aging Japanese militant who spent more than a decade in an Israeli prison for his part in a deadly attack on Tel Aviv’s airport showed up in Beirut on Monday at an event commemorating the 50th anniversary of the attack.

Kozo Okamoto, 74, served 12 years in an Israeli lockup for a May 30, 1972 attack on the international airport outside Tel Aviv that was thought to be carried out by members of the Japanese Red Army guerrilla group.
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In the 1972 attack, Okamoto and two of his colleagues arrived in Tel Aviv on a flight from Europe, then collected their bags, in which they had packed rifles and grenades and opened fire, killing and wounding dozens, according to AP reports.

The two Japanese with Okamoto were killed in the attack while he was wounded. Okamoto was later put on trial in Israel and sentenced to life in prison.
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He is considered a hero by many in Lebanon and the Arab world for championing the Palestinian cause and opposing Israel.

During the opening session of his trial in Lebanon in 1997, Okamoto was asked if he had used a forged passport to enter Lebanon and he told the Beirut Criminal Court: ″I don’t understand why I am facing a charge of using a forged passport.”

“I am an Arab resistance fighter,″ he said. ″I did it for the Palestinian cause.″

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Re: Anti-racism before the Counterculture era ended
« Reply #9 on: October 08, 2023, 12:59:46 am »
This is what we used to have:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5wR9n9z6Zk

What changed?
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https://www.france24.com/en/tv-shows/reporters/20231124-we-re-not-asking-for-the-moon-forty-years-on-what-legacy-for-french-anti-racism-march

'We're not asking for the moon': Forty years on, what legacy for French anti-racism march?

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Forty years ago, on October 15, 1983, a handful of young people set off from the southern French city of Marseille on a long march north to Paris. They were demanding equal rights and a stop to racist crimes blighting France at the time. By the time they reached the French capital on December 3, they were flanked by tens of thousands of demonstrators. FRANCE 24 brings you a special 50-minute documentary looking back at this historic event and its legacy.

Our reporters caught up with Djamel, Farid, Marilaure and Toumi, some of the protagonists of the 1983 march. Heroes to a whole generation of immigrants and second-generation immigrants in France, they bring us an uncompromising view of their initiative that shook up French society, but also on what has happened since.

Indeed, these "marchers" often take a bitter view of the shortcomings, failures and unfulfilled promises of French politicians, and of the isolationthat the inhabitants of working-class neighbourhoods still face too often. Forty years on, the legacy of the March for Equality and Against Racism resonates more than ever in a fractured French society where so little has changed.




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Re: Anti-racism before the Counterculture era ended
« Reply #11 on: December 28, 2023, 12:08:33 am »
Counterculture was total revolutionary opposition to the Democratic Western Civilization

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In his new book The Age of Entitlement: America Since the Sixties, Claremont Institute scholar Christopher Caldwell explains how the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the landmark legislation designed to end segregation in the South, gave unprecedented power to Washington and ended up dividing the country.

To be sure, Caldwell recognizes that Jim Crow was immoral and needed to be eradicated. But in doing so, he contends, the law enacted permanent emergency powers that vastly increased federal control over the private lives of Americans. The law created new crimes, outlawed discrimination in almost every aspect of public and private life and exposed nearly every facet of American life to direction from bureaucrats and judges.

What had seemed in 1964 to be merely an ambitious reform revealed itself to be something more. Caldwell writes:

“The changes of the 1960s, with civil rights at their core, were not just a major new element in the Constitution. They were a rival constitution, with which the original one was frequently incompatible–and the incompatibility would worsen as the civil rights regime was built out.”

This seems like extreme language today, but there were prominent figures at the time who pointed out that the civil rights laws were on a collision course with the Constitution. Presidential candidate Barry Goldwater and law professor Robert Bork both pointed out that the Act created conflicts with the constitutional protections accorded to private property and freedom of association.

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Needless to say, none of these policy ideas, from busing to affirmative action, had popular support. But they rolled on nonetheless, supported by the new regime of political correctness, which proved to be the enforcement arm of the civil rights revolution.

Caldwell traces the origins of PC to the student upheavals of the late 60s, especially the five-month strike organized by black students at San Francisco State that led to the establishment of ethnic studies departments at all major universities by the end of the 70s.

Caldwell notes that:

“Political correctness was a top-down reform. It was enabled not by new public attitudes toward reactionary opinions but by new punishments that could be meted out against those who expressed them. The power of political correctness generally derived, either directly or at one remove, from the civil rights laws of the 1960s.”

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Toward the end of the book, Caldwell writes, “Republicans, loyal to the pre-1964 constitution, could not acknowledge (or even see) that the only way back to the free country of their ideals was through the repeal of the civil rights laws.”

This is the most provocative statement in the book, yet it has the feel of a throwaway line. The author surely knows that ending the Civil Rights Act is not politically feasible.

But we could push for two major changes. First, eliminate affirmative action once and for all and make civil rights law color blind. Second, strike back at PC by enforcing freedom of speech on campuses so that students are exposed to a diversity of opinions and not just a diversity of races and genders.

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Posted on March 3, 2020 The ’64 Civil Rights Act and the Origins of Political Correctness Nicholas J. Kaster, American Thinker, March 2, 2020

https://www.amren.com/news/2020/03/the-64-civil-rights-act-and-the-origins-of-political-correctness/
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Re: Counterculture and Western Civilisation
« Reply #12 on: April 18, 2024, 12:58:18 am »
The Real Counterculture Movements were Confrontative and Against Democracy

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Around the time of the Freedom Rides, a young student named Fred Hampton joined the NAACP, assuming a leadership role within his local chapter that led him to grow Chicago’s West Suburban Branch’s Youth Council to five hundred members. Hampton had long been involved in on-the-ground activism; he started his own free lunch program at ten years old, cooking meals for neighborhood children. When Black students were excluded from his high school’s homecoming contest, Hampton organized a walkout. The attention from the protests forced his high school to hire more Black teachers and diversify the administration. But his opposition to the Vietnam War led him to look for something more powerful. That’s when he found the Black Panther Party. Well, actually, the Black Panther Party found Hampton. And by the time Hampton attended his first Black Panther meeting in November 1968 as a founding member of the chapter, Hoover had already opened a file on him. Hampton’s phone had been tapped for nine months, and he had been designated as a “key leader” in the FBI’s “agitator index” for five months.31

Six months after joining Chicago’s Black Panther chapter, Hampton brokered a nonaggression pact with every gang in Chicago, and started teaching them the intricacies of the law. The coalition of Black gangs would shut down construction sites and other white-owned businesses unless they hired Black workers. He also upset the city hospitals when he convinced doctors to volunteer and give free medical care. Bob Brown, one of the founders of the Illinois chapter, soon left the party to work with Stokely Carmichael, making Hampton the party’s national deputy chairman. Speed was watching.

In 1968, Fred had a brilliant idea—one that would ultimately lead to even more surveillance from Speed and the government.

Hampton was a follower of Malcolm X and had been active in Black organizations his entire life. Fred knew that power came from unity, so he started a mission to unite all the gangs of Chicago through his powerful rhetoric. He convinced the gangs to pool their money and start supporting Black candidates for political office. The street gangs formed a truce and united to monitor the police in Black neighborhoods. In 1969, Hampton organized the United Front Against Fascism conference. Calling the conglomerate the “Rainbow Coalition,” the group included Black gangs, Puerto Rican gangs, and others. The multiracial collective united under the principles of economic kinsmanship. From July 18 to 21, 1969,32 more than five thousand organizers from across the United States attended the conference, including lawyers, politicians, and civil rights activists from all walks of life. The coalition was united under the idea that universal freedom couldn’t be achieved until Black liberation became a reality, and that Black liberation could only be achieved through armed self-defense and community control of the police.

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Black AF History: The Un-Whitewashed Story of America page 275 - 276

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If we believed the whitewashed, safe-for-work version of the civil rights struggle, we would believe that a lone white man killed Emmett Till, jolting Black people out of a dreamlike state to suddenly realize that we didn’t have all the rights afforded to us by the U.S. Constitution. In response, Martin Luther King convinced everyone to hold hands and march peacefully until he could remember his dream. When he told the world about it at the March on Washington, America suddenly saw the error if its ways and handed Black people their humanity and everyone lived happily ever after.

That is the Cliffs Notes version of the civil rights struggle that exists in our collective whitewashed memory and is sold in social studies classes across America. Through a complex combination of whitewashing, guilt, and an intentional recasting of history that absolves them of their hatred, our historical translators have painted a sanitized, impressionist portrait of a struggle for Black liberation that was eventually fulfilled by America’s unwavering commitment to justice and equality. Out of whole cloth, they managed to fabricate a fantastic ahistorical myth that somehow became truth. They remember a socially conservative, respectable campaign of racial reconciliation, not a movement of anti-establishment revolutionaries. And for their sake, the doctrine of nonviolent resistance was eventually reduced to simple “nonviolence.” They never speak of the “resisting.”

As long as America has existed, Black men and women have been engaged in a fight for full equality and liberty. But unlike the fairy-tale version would have you believe, the struggle has never been passive, nor has Black resistance been nonviolent. In their quest to “get free,” Black people have always availed themselves of the right to self-defense and armed resistance. Of course, this would lead to them being characterized as criminals or malcontents. There is a difference between how one chooses to defend oneself and how one chooses to address social, economic, and political inequality through protest. The former is a personal choice, while the latter is an organizing strategy. The truth is, peaceful protest was just one tactic used by a small arm of what we call the civil rights movement.

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Black AF History: The Un-Whitewashed Story of America page 284

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Robert F. Williams may have been the biggest badass of them all. Born in 1925, Williams served in the Marines before returning to his hometown in Monroe, North Carolina, in 1955 and joining the NAACP. The press estimates that more than half of Monroe’s twelve thousand residents were members of the KKK. So Williams applied to the National Rifle Association to charter a chapter and formed the Black Guard. Made up of around sixty men who were mostly veterans, they charged themselves with protecting Monroe’s Black neighborhoods from the white boys in the pointy hats. In 1957, the Klan tried to attack the home of local NAACP vice president Dr. Albert E. Perry, but the Black Guard had fortified the house with sandbags, and the two groups engaged in a Wild West–style shootout. The Klan never returned, and the city of Monroe banned Klan motorcades.

Williams’s bold tactics were not just deployed by men in town, either. When Dr. Perry was arrested on charges of “criminal abortion on a white woman,” Williams led a group of armed women to the police station as they “surged against the doors, fingering their guns and knives until Perry was produced.”9

And his words were just as radical as his actions. In response to the acquittal of a white man charged with raping Mary Reed, a Black woman, Williams said:

We cannot rely on the law. We can get no justice under the present system. If we feel that injustice is done, we must right then and there on the spot be prepared to inflict punishment on these people . . . Since the federal government will not bring a halt to lynching in the South and since the so-called courts lynch our people legally, if it’s necessary to stop lynching with lynching, then we must be willing to resort to that method. We must meet violence with violence.10

The statement, made on the courthouse steps in Monroe, prompted the NAACP to suspend him from the organization. But Williams wasn’t cast out; he essentially became the de facto security guard for some of the largest civil rights protests. During a 1961 protest for the Freedom Rides, a white mob held Monroe’s Black community under siege. In the mayhem, a white couple made a wrong turn and wound up in Williams’s neighborhood. Williams offered them a place to stay and warned them that he couldn’t guarantee their safety if they tried to leave. After a few hours they left unharmed, but law enforcement agents convinced the couple to say that Williams had kidnapped them, forcing his family to flee the state. On August 28, 1961, the FBI issued a warrant for Williams, charging him with unlawful interstate flight to avoid prosecution, warning agencies that he “has advocated and threatened violence” and should be considered armed and dangerous.11 Williams fled to Cuba, where he established a radio station urging Black soldiers to participate in an insurrection against the United States. He returned in 1969 and was extradited to North Carolina, and the state immediately dropped all charges.

Williams’s legacy loomed large. He always noted that his proudest accomplishment was that during the entire existence of the armed guard, no Black person under their protection lost their life to racial violence. At his 1996 funeral, Rosa Parks said he “should go down in history and never be forgotten.”12

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Black AF History: The Un-Whitewashed Story of America page 289 - 291