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Alt Left Statement on Antisemitism

Posted on the 30 January 2017 by Calvinthedog

The Alt Left is free to discuss the role of Jews in society as we are free to discuss anything about any race or ethnic group. The Alt Left is willing to put all nations, tribes, ethnic groups, religions, of course cultures, and even races under the magnifying glass. Being critical-Semitic or critical of any group, is ok. It’s ok to be Jew-wise too. It’s important to understand the cultural behavior of any ethnic group so you understand their behavior.

On the other hand, at some point, criticism of Jews just passes a certain nasty little line, and past then you get into the ugly stuff, the real antisemitism. It also typical has an obsessive and conspiratorial nature as well. I don’t have to describe for you what the real deal looks like because I am sure you know it when you see it. Real antisemitism is a nasty thing. Many completely innocent Jewish civilians have been horribly murdered by Jew-haters. The Alt Left will always protect Jews from real anti-Semitism and will try to make sure that another genocide of Jews, or another group ethny, happens again. Genocide is not an Alt Left value. It’s hard to understand how it would ever be ok.

A poster in my group made quite a few strange posts in here about racial solidarity. However, fascist symbols like fasces could be seen. I finally broke and went and watched one of his videos. The man is James Wickstrom and his site was spammed in each post. The racism is hidden under a false message of all races having solidarity with each other, while underneath it is just the same old White Supremacism we know so well.

As you can see if you can wade through this crazy video, Wickstrom is a hardcore White Supremacist “White church of Israel” type (look them up) and a very nasty anti-Semite to boot, as all such types are. There is no room in the Alt Left for obsessive, hardcore, ugly anti-Semitism.


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