Thursday, 4 August 2016


The internet, which is now a social interaction, like all social interactions, distills complex ideas down to the viewpoint of the herd: we fear this, we do not fear that.

As a result, on the Right there is often talk about “Zionism” as being a horrible evil which intends to take over the world, forgetting that Zionism is an assertion of Nationalism—the idea that Jews need their own state, and all Jews belong there, where they can control their destiny and live according to their ways.

Its opposite is diaspora thinking, or the idea that Jews should live in every country on earth and try to be dual citizens there. The extreme of diaspora thinking is the idea that Jews must be exterminated because they corrupt these nations, and having them have a nation of their own is impossible.

Back when Ben Shapiro was writing most ardently on this issue, he stated the case for Nationalism as a way for high-IQ populations to defend themselves against assimilation by the much numerically superior third world populations:
"Here is the bottom line: If you believe that the Jewish state has a right to exist, then you must allow Israel to transfer the Palestinians and the Israeli-Arabs from Judea, Samaria, Gaza and Israel proper. It’s an ugly solution, but it is the only solution. And it is far less ugly than the prospect of bloody conflict ad infinitum. When two populations are constantly enmeshed in conflict, it is insane to suggest that somehow deep-seated ideological change will miraculously occur, allowing the two sides to live together.

Unfortunately, this insanity is generally accepted as 'the only way forward.' President Bush accepts it because it is politically palatable. The Arabs accept it because for them, it is a Trojan horse. The Israelis accept it because they are afraid that if they expel the Arabs, they will be called Nazis."
In Israel, Jews have the ability to live as they want according to their cultural mandate. The more people act against Israel, the more the diaspora persists, creating the usual diversity conflict which is that multiple groups living in the same place prevents a value system from being chosen and upheld.

In the West, we live through the same invasion, not just of Muslims but of many other third world groups who reproduce faster than we do, and will replace us with a mixed-race population that has third-world levels of ability, moral character, and inclination to social order.

For Israel to survive, it must adopt a policy of exclusion not just of Palestinians but all others. When this happens, the presumptive victims of Nationalism during the Second World War will have validated it as a necessary principle, and the rest of us can begin to adopt it from our countries, which are also under risk of third world assimilation.


1 comment:

  1. Zionism is NOT an in-gathering of all Jews into one state where they can live amongst themselves. The Zionism of all factions has shown, time and time again, that it simultaneous needs an element of Jews within the major countries of the world who could be counted to serve Israel as subversives in those societies, whether financially, socially or politically.

    The most extreme right-wing Zionists, whom people such as Stevens and Spencer would praise, certainly have never tried ending their own subversive activities in Gentile society. And I'm not talking about conspiracy; just the very facts of their activities....

    The Kahanists still operated the JDL terrorist organization. The Likudists that control organizations like the Zionist Organization of America, their die-hard control over the Neocons, the role of financiers such as Sheldon Adelson over Trump, etc.. The openly Jewish supremacist Chabadists, while maintaining a very active presence in the Israeli settlements, still run a global empire with political influence from Washington to Moscow, and many other countries.

    None of these organizations are the leftist Zionists, but are specifically the right-wing Zionists that Zionist-apologist Alt-Righters like Stevens insists are allegedly potential "allies". This is a sloppy and ignorant reading of what Zionism really constitutes.

    I invite the author and anyone else to check out some of the issues raised in a recent speech I gave on this matter of "Zionism and Globalism":



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