Thursday, March 14, 2013

Lawrence Auster, Kevin MacDonald, and the Ethnic Struggles in America

I seldom read Lawrence Auster, and I have to remedy that. Maybe it's because his blog doesn't have cute pictures like mine does.  No matter.  The purpose of my blog is to tell you what I'm thinking about and what my opinions are, and to try to persuade you that I'm right, and to offer you the opportunity to talk me out of my silly notions in the comments.  But that's come to be secondary.  The main purpose of this blog has come to be to direct you to what I believe is some of the best thinking about political and social issues on the internet, and be a little entertaining while I do it.

One thinker I frequently refer you to is Kevin MacDonald, and in this particular case, he refers to other worthwhile thinkers.  He writes:

Lawrence Auster on the Role of Jews in Disestablishing White, Christian America

Kevin MacDonald

Lawrence Auster is one of those rare Jews (Paul Gottfried is another) who seems to have an appreciation for the traditional people and culture of America and an understanding of the role of Jews in White dispossession — not that Auster and I haven’t had our disagreements (“Lawrence Auster gets unhinged”).

Auster recently posted a chapter originally written in 1998 on the role of Jews in the multicultural transformation of the U.S. and the decline of White America (“Jews: The Archetypal Multiculturalists”). He hits pretty much all the right notes. Auster often has a way of phrasing things and choosing quotations from prominent Jews that cut to the heart of the matter—almost like painting pictures that are worth a thousand words.

His dissection of Alan Dershowitz is classic—the supreme arrogance and hypocrisy of Dershowitz’s fanatic ethnocentrism that is entirely mainstream in the Jewish community. Dershowitz unabashedly gives Jews the right to alter America in the direction of multiculturalism to suit their interests, as well as to disregard the Constitution and the attitudes and interests of White America; Dershowitz simultaneously condemns the ethnocentrism and group feelings of non-Jewish Whites while supporting Jewish ethnocentrism, endogamy, and sense of group interests in America as well as the racialist, apartheid state of Israel. To say that Jews like Dershowitz have no respect for the traditional people and culture of America is a gross understatement; they see the world from a completely Jewish perspective in which the rights, culture, and traditions of non-Jews at best count for nothing. At worst, they are the appropriate target of hatred, scorn, and ultimately, one fears, far worse; indeed, Auster describes Dershowitz as “openly hostile to America’s historic civilization.”

Dershowitz is an example of extreme ethnocentrism where it is impossible to see the world except in terms of Jewish interests. Here’s Auster on Dershowitz excoriating WASP law firms for not hiring ethnically obsessed Jews like Desrhowitz:

He lived a life apart as a Jew, yet at the same time he expected high-society lawyers to staff their firms with people who couldn’t socialize with them. And he calls them bigots for not wanting to do this!” [Auster’s emphasis]

Jews like Dershowitz are completely unable to see the situation from the perspective of those he condemns. Unfortunately, Dershowitz is entirely within the mainstream of Jewish opinion and activism among American Jews and certainly within the organized Jewish community in America. And because of the elite status of American Jews, this is very important indeed. Jews matter. (Read the rest HERE)


  1. McDonald is a gift to be treasured to the point of protection. Anyone who has not read his works, in spite of what they think, doesn't really know what the hell is going on out there.

    Auster, given what "Tribe" he comes from and considering both the sordid history "The Tribe" has as a group as well as their current horrific machinations, should be appreciated for having the cajones to tell his own that they have far more than just a mote stuck in their eye.

    "Give em' hell!"

    1. I agree wth Anonymous. You can read MacDonald's preface to his trilogy here: