People usually assume that extreme leftists, Tim Wise and his ilk, are the polar opposites of rabid neo-Nazi anti-semites. In reality, I don’t think there’s much difference. Both groups are motivated by uncontrollable hatred and both groups see nothing wrong with lying to “prove” their point.
Many of you have probably read my previous post, the one about Roman busts. Believe it or not, somebody on an anti-semitic site actually quoted that post in an effort to show that I am anti-Germanic. Here is what he wrote (and I will not dignify it with a link):
Typical ghetto-jew at work:
A while ago I posted a series of what I considered exceptional Roman busts. I photographed them while visited Rome and Vienna. There has been ongoing interest in them from around the web. So I’ve decided to post a followup. Number III appears to depict a barbarian of some sort, probably a German
Conveniently, he left out the rest of the sentence: “… or a Gaul.” He also seems to be ignorant of the ancient meaning of “barbarian”. Talk about grasping at straws!
As far as I can tell, the far left and the neo-nazis differ mainly in the target of their hatred; the former hates the white race while the latter hates Jews. The former lavishes affection upon blacks because blacks are perceived as the opposite of the hated whites. The latter lavishes affection upon Nordics because Nordics are perceived as the opposite of the hated Jews. It seems to me that neither the love of the Left , nor the love of the neo-Nazis, is as potent as their hatred. Of course I may be wrong, but it looks like both camps have a lot more hatred, than love, in their hearts – based on their writings of course. I think the Left would be far more honest about its hatred toward whites if it felt it could get away with it. It is still problematic to openly wish for the extinction/ genocide of the white race. Since the far left has a vast audience, it tends to be more careful about what it openly admits. As for neo-Nazis, their audience is much more limited, so they spew their venom without much restraint. Objectivity and reason are foreign to both camps.
Perhaps we can compare the two to Democrats and Republicans. They are far more alike than either would care to admit. Only their rivalry gives the illusion of a meaningful distinction between them.