Jewish open borders madness as the outcome of neurotic Jewish obsessions
Steve Sailer writing
at Vdare explores the New York Times’
risible preoccupation with the injustices done to illegal aliens by those who, shockingly, think our laws ought to be enforced. Toward the end of the piece, he sums up the specific Jewish contribution to our immigration insanity:
It’s important to realize that this broad campaign in the respectable Main Stream Media to incite racial hatred of whites among Hispanics isn’t at all the result of a conscious Jewish conspiracy.
Posted by Lawrence Auster at June 29, 2011 10:02 AM | Send
Instead, it’s largely the outcome of various stereotypical Jewish tendencies, such as neurotic anxiety, persecution complexes, and a weakness for he-who-says-A-must-say-B verbal logic, famously compiled in comedies such as Woody Allen’s Annie Hall and Philip Roth’s Portnoy’s Complaint.
The opinions on immigration held by Mahler, Klein, Alpert, and Bloomberg aren’t serious responses to the real world. When you understand their underlying attitudes and motivations, they are actually quite funny, like something out of a Neil Simon or a Mel Brooks movie.
But, since few who aren’t Jewish … dare to criticize Jewish tendencies, these neuroses have been allowed to grow unchecked.
Thus they’ve become increasingly detached from reality—and they really have urged America onto the path to national suicide …
The first step necessary toward a sane immigration policy is for Americans to start to get the joke.