Tuesday, December 10, 2019

The grounding of Democratic Party racism is the progressive-left

Michael Lumish

The progressive-left is racist in three primary ways.

1) Anti-White racism.

It is both fascinating and sad that the very people who claim to stand for the ethos of Martin Luther King, Jr. no longer believe in judging people as individuals so much as part of various divisive ethnic and gendered categories as we see on the campuses as derived from "intersectionality" theory.

This is why regressives feel very free to tell "white" people to shut the fuck up.

It is because they believe in racial hierarchies.

2) Antisemitic anti-Zionism.

Democrats, such as Barack Obama, honestly believe that they have every right to tell Jewish people where we may, or may not, be allowed to live on the very land of our own history, ancestry, and culture. It gets no more racist than that.

The analogy that I like to use is comparing the Democrats to medieval Italian princes who developed the ghetto system. At least the medieval Italian princes had the modesty to keep their injustice toward Jews within Italy. The Democrats have taken it to the very land of the Jewish people, itself.

3) The condescension toward "people of color."

They seem to believe that, with the exception of Jews, people of non-European descent are like little children in need of a pat on the head and a chocolate chip cookie.

It is racist as hell and reminds me of nothing so much as late-nineteenth-century American imperial notions of "white man's burden."


  1. One progressive white dude once told me that black people can't be racist. I replied that, I was sure that they could if only they would put their minds to it, and to suggest they were incapable of such thoughts and behavior was, well, racist.
    He also assured me that Jews were not a people, but "just a religion." Sure, he had a bubble brain, but what are you gonna do? And he was a public school teacher. How's that for echoes of the folkish movement? Made me want to take a shower.

  2. It reminds me of stupid lazy people pretending to be smart enlightened people instead of taking the time to do a little research.

    1. Proliferation of "studies" degrees, and "everyone goes to college" were brilliant strategic moves by progressive termites. You may change a man's opinion, but not if he has a degree to back it, for his self worth depends on it.

    2. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ysKhbaLyIFw

  3. I cannot stand the "regressives" because they imply that only they are "enlightened" and that everyone else who does not agree with them are called names. In fact, if that is a progressive's only argument, that shows that they have nothing behind it.

    I find it hypocritical that the progressives claim to be tolerant, but they are the most intolerant people of all. I don't think MLK would have approved of them. And the only way to combat them is to challenge them at every turn. What's the worst that can happen--they call you names?

    1. They'll cancel you. As in you will lose your current job, and never get another. Fascists don't play.

    2. The "regressives" might actually be the only people who are completely unenlightened.

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    4. The danger is that they THINK they are enlightened. And they will demand that you agree.

    5. Jacob, am I a TV show? Just because they think they can "cancel" me, does that mean they really can?

      I'm retired anyway. They can't do anything.

  4. If Jews are "just a religion," then so are Muslims. They can't have it both ways.

    Judaism has always been both a religion and a nationality. Maybe this fool needs to be reminded that the names "Jew" and "Judea" originate with "Judah," the fourth of Jacob's sons and the descendant of Abraham. In other words, it is the people of Israel--not just "a religion" but a nation.

    The truth is that nationality alone (the original Zionist movement) or religion alone (the Reform movement) is not enough to define Judaism. It requires both.

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    1. This sounds like the famous legal quote that a good prosecutor should be able to indict (l'havdil*) a ham sandwich...

      *L'havdil means to separate the sacred from the profane...