Lawrence Auster—secret enemy of America and the West
In a blog entry in which Dennis Mangan defends arch anti-Semite Kevin MacDonald, Chechar (a.k.a. Cesar Tort) comments:
The “big Jew brains” in the counter-jihad, anti-immigration, supposedly pro-West bloggers that would be most interested in refuting KMD are Larry Auster, and Takuan Seiyo who is Jewish on his father side (but it’s apparent that in a conflict of interest he sides [with] Jewish interests).Thus Chechar, who just a few months ago considered me la crème de la crème and called for a “non-anti-Semitic white nationalism,” and who then suddenly turned around and adopted an anti-Semitic perspective, now describes me as “supposedly pro-West.” What is the source of this accusation? It is the fact that I unreservedly condemn serious anti-Semites. In the minds of the anti-Semitic right, if you condemn anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism, you’re an enemy of the West.
In taking this tack, Chechar is following Mangan’s recent theme. In response to my attack on the anti-Semites and anti-Israelites of the right, Mangan wrote:
Can there be any doubt whatsoever where Auster’s loyalties lie? Yes, I know that questioning loyalties is, by decree of Auster himself, anti-Semitic, but in this case he makes his loyalties crystal clear: Israel is to be favored over the U.S.Does the fact that Mangan is now saying about me what the most virulent anti-Semites have been saying for years—that I am a Jewish fifth columnist advancing Jewish interests against America and the West—mean that Mangan himself is anti-Semitic? Of course not! Mangan is not an anti-Semite. He is only a host, ally, defender, facilitator, and fellow-traveler of anti-Semites.
Steve R. writes:
As you reported, Geert Wilders proclaimed that support for Israel was his litmus test—that he would only cooperate with those who supported Israel. In view of his unequivocal support for that nation full of Jews it seems only right that a similar title should read:LA replies:
I myself have challenged Mangan on this point, saying: If my support for Israel’s existence and my rejection of right-wing anti-Israelites means that I am more loyal to Israel than America, then why doesn’t Mangan say that Wilders’ support for Israel’s existence and his rejection of anti-Israelites mean that he is more loyal to Israel than the Netherlands? Mangan ignored the question for a long time, but then ultimately replied. He said that Wilders is a tool of the Jews, because notwithstanding his extravagant support for Israel, liberal Jews don’t like him. As though the correctness of a position was based on whether liberal Jews approve of you for taking it! But heck, being a tool of the Jews is less bad than being more loyal to Israel than to one’s own country, or being a Jewish fifth columnist. That’s the advantage Mangan gives Wilders as a gentile.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at July 13, 2010 05:15 PM | Send