I'm not so sure I am.
I have been quoted on other sites. I have been praised by a few...damned by many more. That alone would make the average writer of such stuff as I pen, believe that he is getting his message across. Or at least,stirring the pot a little. Well, I am...sort of. But a lot of my drivel can be read several ways.
I call myself and anti-semite...because by the current definition, I am. That is to say that where the word used to mean "those that hate jews", as Joe Sobran modified it, it has become "those that jews hate". If we are talking about jews in power...and I think I know how they got there...then that is what I am. I am hated by these jews because I tell the truth as I see it. I may be entirely wrong. It may all just be coincidence that those raised in jewish homes have found their way to a disproportionate role of leadership in the world. I use the word leadership when I mean control. There is a difference. I think leadership requires a true regard for those led. I am not seeing that from the Fed. I am not seeing that from the mainstream media. I am not seeing that from the UN. Even the most apologetic of the jewish will normally concede that members of their culture do indeed lead in these endeavors. So when I point these things out, I am hated. By jews.
And I can't say I blame them. I wouldn't want anyone to point out the black sheep in my family. I don't know if I would hate them for it...but I certainly wouldn't appreciate it. If it happened too much however, I think I would consider changing my name and divorcing all ties to a lineage that could be so easily faulted. But that's just me.
Anyway...what I wanted to mention was that there seems to be a dichotomy...a chasm...if you will, about recent events in the world, starting I guess, with 9/11. Several blogs out here use this event and what you believe actually happened, as a litmus test. And well they should. If you say that it was the "joos", you run the risk of being pegged as a racial nut-job. But you can say that it was israhell...that's ok. Because as we all know, israhell isn't all jews. Or are they? I mean, how many jews in the world, I wonder...would tell you that israhell is a racist, apartheid terrorist state that should be dismantled ASAP, so that the true inhabitants of Palestine can return to their own land? And that no religion/culture has the right to invade and occupy a country to make an exclusive home for said culture. Could you fit all the judaic that would adhere to this view, in say...a 7-11?...A McDonalds? A Tesco? Wal-Mart? How many people are we talking about here? Is it a large portion of the ashkenazim, or so small as to be negligible? I dunno. I have met a few...I have met a hell of a lot more that support that hell-hole.
As I have stated on this site many times, and it is even in my mission statement over there somewhere...I do not hate people for what they are(including jews)...I can however abhor people for what they do. And for why they do it. If you think that it is your birthright to repress or kill others...you are wrong...and you need to be corrected. No matter what your cause.
This is all I believe. But as I have said...I have been quoted. My articles have been copied and pasted, and used on the "other" side of this chasm of which I speak. Over there, it's kinda messy. There are all sorts of folks running around screaming that the sky is falling. Screaming that it is not only the "joos" that threaten...but every other culture that is the least bit different from...well, whoever is doing the screaming about the sky thing at any given moment. I don't think I want to make that leap from where I am...to over there. Let's leave the chasm as it is. No bridges. No logs rolled over the divide. I ain't jumping it...and I don't suggest they try. I'll stay here with my own little view of things.
They can call me whatever they like. Dis-info agent, crypto-kike, yid-lover...whatever. I will leave such invectives to the weak minded.
So I have one wish here. I wish that I am read as I write. Not as the reader wants me to be. What I say is what I mean...generally(notwithstanding my feeble talents at effective communication through the written word). I do not wish to be labeled a bigot. I do not wish to be seen as narrow minded. I don't want to be thought of as racist, or a supremacist or a separatist. You cannot put me in these categories...I won't go.
Of course the tribe wants me there however. It is easier to attack those of my ilk, when they have those kinds of handles. They will tell you that jews are a religion...a culture...a race...whatever suits the moment. But the biggest point they will always drive home first, is that they are persecuted. By me. Well, the likes of me anyway. Those that would point out the deeds of their black sheep. I have been hacked and shutdown. I have been vilified. I have been humiliated, searched, questioned and detained. I have been called just about every name in the book. All for expressing my opinion. I am not alone in this. We all have been so defiled in varying degrees. It apparently comes with the territory. But when those that pretend to understand and agree with what we on THIS side of the divide are saying, practice the same methods to shut us up...well, at times I just wanna say "fuck it, let em all hang".
So yes, I am angered at being grouped with those on the other side of the gorge. Because of the media's treatment of anyone that disagrees with the talmudic view of the world, they have taught their viewers to lump folks like us in with them. I hate being lumped.
I especially hate being likened to those that have no common sense.
Not all jews were in on the September eleventh attacks in Jew York, in 2001. Most would be appalled to learn that israhell had anything to do with it. However most jews support that terrorist state. I think you can see the "fly-shit-out-of-the-pepper" conundrum we face here. As I go back over my posts, I try to see them the way various camps...on both cliffs...would read them. I'm not liking what I see...but as I told one commenter..."I will try to do better".
Nonetheless, we soldier on.