Just because I don’t share an ethnicity with most people who are considered white doesn’t mean that I don’t reap the rewards of being viewed as such.
Inspired by the debate surrounding the whiteness of Wonder Woman’s Gal Gadot, we took to the streets to see what the average New Yorker has to say
When the value of Jewish resources exceeds the value of Jewish life, the tables have almost always turned toward genocide.
The ambiguity of Jewish ethnicity serves as a perverse weapon in hands hostile to Jewish identity.
Spencer, the “alt-right” founder, told CNN’s W. Kamau Bell that he wants to “expand white privilege” and “make it great again.”
Twitter troll “Uncle Chang” has made a plug-in that replaces the term “white” with “Jewish” to demonstrate how the media ‘discriminates’ against whites.
The British-born outrage pundit has taken a keen interest in American university campuses, castigating them as cesspools of “political correctness” and visiting them on his self-proclaimed “Dangerous Faggot” tour.
Spencer also criticized Jews for promoting civil rights and multiculturalism in the U.S., while defending Israel, which he called a “Jewish ethnostate.”
The question is percolating now, due to the rise of the “alt-right,” which gave new life to hoary anti-Semitic sentiments.
After an off-the-cuff remark from one of its spokesmen, the sneaker company New Balance has become the official shoe brand of America’s white supremacists.