The meaning of MacDonald’s statement about Israel
Since Kevin MacDonald sees the Jews as a group that are genetically determined by Darwinian evolution to subvert and destroy white gentile societies wherever they encounter them, in the same way that rattlesnakes are genetically determined to sink their venomous fangs into the flesh of mammals wherever they encounter them, we must conclude that he doesn’t want Jews to exist in America and Europe. Further, as I explain here with regard to MacDonald’s recent article at Alternative Right, it is clear that he doesn’t want Jews to exist in Israel either. So MacDonald doesn’t want Jews to exist anywhere.
If anyone has a reasonable interpretation of MacDonald other than that he is an exterminationist anti-Semite, I’d like to hear it.
Until then, I provisionally conclude that MacDonald is an exterminationist anti-Semite, and therefore that Peter Brimelow and Richard Spencer are publishers and supporters of an exterminationist anti-Semite.
Daniel L. writes:
I think there are two possible alternatives to Kevin McDonald being an exterminationist anti-Semite. First, that McDonald supports letting the Jews live in gentile societies, but only with some other method of eliminating Jewish influence—perhaps through a pervasive system of anti-Semitic laws. Second, that McDonald has never actually thought his positions through to their logical conclusion. This second option may seem unlikely, as McDonald would seem a man of some intelligence, but let us not underestimate the mind-rotting effects of anti-Semitism.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at April 22, 2010 11:38 PM | Send