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"He then juxtaposes the neo-Nazi insistence that jews are Asiatic with a tendency on the left to assert that jews are white, and goes on to demonstrate that being jewish can even be invoked as a way of intensifying someone’s white status, further separating them from any right to identify as oppressed, and thus from any claim to sympathy." [This is a quote. Anyone who uses the term "neo-Nazi" is a fool]

Now we’re back to the Whoopi Goldberg conundrum; the last and least thing jews want to be seen as is White; they’d rather die a million cruel deaths, and they certainty don’t want to possess the reflected glare of Whiteness when it comes to privilege and rank. They are cruel, merciless bankers who want the world to think of them as the bums beneath the overpass who are there because of cruel, merciless bankers. "In a similar vein, Baddiel points out that Jews are effectively excluded from the BAME category; thus Sajid Javid was hailed as the first BAME Chancellor of the Exchequer when Nigel Lawson had previously held that role." BAME (for those of you lucky enough not to know) is a British term for “Black, Asian, or Minority Ethnic” — the “visible minorities,” or rather a grab-bag of racial flotsam and jetsam; a catch-all term for the invaders who are being handed Great Britain on a jewish platter. Apparently in Britain, being “BAME” is a status enhancer.

And it’s just like the Jew to want to take what little splendor this poor wog Javid has as the “first” race alien to hold such-and-such a position. And really, to say that a jew in charge of the money, whose job has been likened to being a “taxing machine,” well, to say that that’s out of the ordinary is laughable. It would be like saying that Mnuchin at Treasury was a “trail-blazing minority” — when in fact it’s simply the sad way this world has been for a long, long time. "Because jews aren’t viewed in the same way as other minorities, Baddiel goes on to point out, there is little anxiety about casting non-Jews in jewish roles in films and TV shows – such as The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Friday Night Dinner – where jewishness is absolutely central to the story." We’ve heard this rant before; recently jew Maureen Lipmann objected to non-jew Helen Mirren being cast as the hideously ugly jewess Golda Meir, a creature who had the face that sank a thousand ships.

First the Jew producers and directors cast good-looking Aryans to portray jews — to plant the subconscious message in the viewers’ minds that “jews are just like us, only handsomer and better.” And then some other media jews start shrieking about how the movie industry must be “anti-Semitic” for not casting jews in those roles. You can’t win with these worms. The acorn is not under any of the cups. Of course no day goes by when jews in Hollywood don’t cast Africans in White roles — roles from knightly Europe, or roles from the great White sagas — and jews applaud and encourage that. And no White is allowed to complain about it on pain of being classified as a “racist” — Your career is over, bigot! Double standards indeed. Who, exactly, is it who needs that rear-view mirror? "In a footnote he notes the media figures who hide their Jewish heritage, and observes that (nowadays) this is rarely done with any other minority ethnic background."

That’s because jews are sneaky. That behavior is called crypsis. They certainly are not ashamed to be jews, they just don’t want anyone thinking about it too hard. "Baddiel reflects on the status of the word jew, contrasting anxieties about this word with the way some other minorities have reclaimed slang insults against them. For in the case of jews, what should be an entirely neutral signifier is itself a potential insult, leading many to opt instead for the periphrasis jewish people, due to the systemic racism of Judeo-Christian culture, the submerged power that hangs around, because of two centuries of linguistic toxicity." It’s true — you call a Greek a Greek, or an Italian an Italian, and it’s no big deal. [continued]