Progressives Condemn Racist and Islamophobic European Advocates For Women

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German-feminist

Progressive woman promoting enlightened views on Muslim refugees. Definitely not a member of European Advocates for Women.

By Werombi Towradji

A new organization that claims to advocate on behalf of women has come under fire, with allegations that, despite appearances to the contrary, it actually seeks to stealthily spread racial hatred and Islamophobic bigotry. Despite all their rhetoric about “rape,” the so-called European Advocates For Women is a group of racist nationalists who oppose immigrants because of the color of their skin and their religious beliefs — nothing more. This terrorist group is asking women who think they are being attacked to violently repel their innocent immigrant attackers with tasers and pepper spray — all under the guise of protecting themselves from alleged “rapists!”

As many respected academics have shown, we know that rape is all about power, and since White males are the ones with power, only White males can rape. So obviously, Muslims cannot be rapists. Attacking and otherizing Muslims as rapists, is not acceptable, and progressives must speak out against it.

Let me be clear, the real rape epidemic is driven by White males. Muslims are not raping White women, period! They are, however, tragically being scapegoated by racists. This demonization has many parallels to the demonization that Jews underwent before World War II by Nazi Germany! So I thought, what better way to make these connections than to interview a well-known Jewish ethnic activist, Barbara Specter. Read more »

Europa Exsurgo--Stand Up, Regain Your Strength
James Edwards Attends the Republican National Convention
James with Ann Coulter

James with Ann Coulter

Veni, vidi, vici.

I had the unique experience of being at the Republican National Convention last week when the center of the political universe briefly aligned in Cleveland, Ohio. It was a rewarding adventure that began on April 26 when I received an e-mail inviting me to broadcast live from the 2016 Republican and Democratic National Conventions. I’m a political independent, but having an opportunity to see the next president accept the GOP nomination proved too hard to pass up. Turning down the trip to Philadelphia was a much easier decision.

THE BACKSTORY

I’ve been toiling in the vineyards of radio for almost twelve years and have developed an inadvertent knack for attracting media attention. I used to talk to the press but that all changed years ago. In fact, I’ve declined more than one hundred interview requests this year alone from some of the biggest outlets imaginable, such as the Wall Street Journal andNew York Times. I don’t mind publicity but I also don’t seek it and with rare exception stopped granting interview requests years ago. Yet they’re still drawn to me like moths to a flame. (No offense to moths.)

Perhaps it was because of this that the intrepid crew at Media Matters listed me along with such notables as Ann Coulter, Sean Hannity, Rush Limbaugh and Bill O’Reilly as one of the top twenty “right-wing media fixtures” most responsible for boosting a Trump nomination (see chart at bottom of post). You’re welcome, Mr. Trump!

A few days after my coronation as a bonafide media heavyweight I was offered press credentials by the Trump campaign and given permission to broadcast a live episode of The Political Cesspool Radio Program from a rally in Tennessee. A report that I penned documenting my experience at that event nearly melted the national media to its core.

Read the rest of the article at The Political Cesspool.

Media Matters top twenty “right-wing media fixtures” most responsible for boosting a Trump nomination...

Media Matters top twenty “right-wing media fixtures” most responsible for boosting a Trump nomination…

In the Matter of Royce Mann

Now I realize that it’s quite possible to find 14-year old White boys who, having endured a standard American education, would deplore their White privilege — that they are an “ethnomasochists” as John Derbyshire would have it. But it also seems to me that it’s more likely that such sentiments would come from a Jewish boy raised in the home of left-wing Jewish activists.

I am not sure that Royce Mann, the 14-year-old performance prodigy who won a poetry competition for deploring his “White privilege,” is Jewish (update: actually, I’m quite certain now; see Addendum below), but I’ll bet money on it. All the stereotypes are there. Common Jewish last name, mother a leftist activist who works in Hollywood as an actress, dad named Barry Mann who “speaks bits” of Hebrew and has visited Jerusalem.

Breitbart notes that

Royce’s mother, Sheri Mann Stewart, is a prominent social justice activist and registered Democrat. She has posed publicly with Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and can frequently be seen posting on Twitter using the Black Lives Matter hashtag, attacking the NRA, and promoting her son’s “white boy privilege” performance video.

Dad is also a social justice warrior dedicated to “common humanity,” a theme that I rather doubt he picked up during his stay in Jerusalem, where borders and group boundaries are taken quite seriously, but a very common pose among diaspora Jews in the West.

He instills in his work a sense of the common humanity that transcends cultures and borders, and the responsibility that we all share to work toward social justice through the exchange of ideas, stories, and experiences.

The Mann’s other son, Tendal, has been cast as Jewish in several films. He was honored for his acting at the Atlanta Jewish Film Festival and the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival in Who Do You Love, about Jewish brothers in the music business, directed by Jerry Zaks. Tendal also had a role as “Holocaust boy” in Auschwitz Block 10 in the Spielberg Shorts Competition, directed by Jason Dannenberg.

Royce acknowledges that he is privileged, and, as a student at Paideia School in Atlanta (tuition $~23,000), he certainly is. Perhaps he would honor us with a poem on Jewish privilege.

Any further information appreciated.

Addendum: A commenter, Henry, points out that Paideia School celebrates Yom Kippur and Rosh Hashanah, but no Christian holidays. Looks like case closed.