We’re ALL the enemies of these people. We can disagree about all kinds of things, but not on this subject. The ADL is uniting its enemies on the populist Right.
“Am I white?” is not a question I would have asked 10 years ago because all I had to do was look in the mirror to learn the answer.
Since 2016, however, I have become more aware of whiteness as an unstable socio-historical construct that, depending on the context, might exclude Ashkenazi Jews. And I am not the only one.
Emma Green’s “Are Jews White?” was published in The Atlantic just a month after the 2016 presidential election as a response to the rise of the “alt-right.”
A more recent article by Atiya Husain with the same title in Slate documents a legal case of a Christian convert who was denied a position as a football coach because of his “Jewish blood.”
Jewish identity is a constellation of ethnicity, culture, and religion, with a very long history of discrimination and persecution. How do we map all that complexity onto discussions of Jewishness and race in America?
In America, a country built on the bones of indigenous people and on the broken backs of black slaves, the history of whiteness denotes domination, oppression, cruelty. …”
I’m watching this and E. Michael Jones is dropping tons of red pills. Alex Jones is sugar coating and delivering them to his audience. It’s hilarious.