Author Archives: Brenton Sanderson

The Jewish War on White Australia: The Anti-Defamation Commission and “Click Against Hate,” Part 4 of 4

Go to Part 1 Go to Part 2 Go to Part 3 EXCERPT 6: “Six million Jewish people”   Brett Kaye: Right, who’s this guy I googled over here? This one. Child: Is that supposed to be Osama bin Laden? Brett Kaye: That’s a Jew. I typed in Jew and that’s what came up first. […]

The Jewish War on White Australia: The Anti-Defamation Commission and “Click Against Hate,” Part 3 of 4

Go to Part 1 Go to Part 2 EXCERPT 3: “I was brought up in a racist country” Brett Kaye: So somebody asked the question of whether I was brought up in a racist household. The answer is no. But I was brought up in a racist country. Child: What country’s that? Brett Kaye: I […]

The Jewish War on White Australia: The Anti-Defamation Commission and “Click Against Hate,” Part 2 of 4

As discussed in Part 1 of this article, “Click Against Hate” was devised by the Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) as an “early-intervention” program for Australian schoolchildren. I was recently forwarded a recording of a “Click Against Hate” session conducted by a Jewish activist named Brett Kaye (featured in the above photograph). At no point during the […]

The Jewish War on White Australia: The Anti-Defamation Commission and “Click Against Hate,” Part 1 of 4

The Australian Anti-Defamation Commission (ADC) is the Australian equivalent of America’s Anti-Defamation League (ADL). Both organizations fall under the umbrella of B’nai B’rith International which holds NGO status at the United Nations. The stated mission of the ADC is to make Australia “a better place” by fighting “anti-Semitism and all forms of racism” and combatting […]

Wagner Reclaimed: A Review of “The Ring of Truth” by Roger Scruton, Part 2

Go to Part 1. “Sarcasm and satire run riot on the stage” Productions of The Ring in the modern era have invariably sought to satirize the drama to subvert the message Wagner attempts to convey. Scruton observes that, notwithstanding the increasingly tiresome preoccupation with dissecting the tetralogy for anti-Jewish and proto-fascistic themes and images (and […]

Wagner Reclaimed: A Review of “The Ring of Truth” by Roger Scruton, Part 1

Roger Scruton is Britain’s (many would say the world’s) leading conservative philosopher and intellectual. His prolific output includes books on philosophy, politics, art, architecture, music and aesthetics. Scruton, who was knighted in 2016, writes with unusual clarity and fluency and is a model for how to combine analytical rigor with lucidity and accessibility. His critiques […]

Moral Paragons Need No Facts: The Pathetic Apologetics of Jonathan Sacks, Part 2

Part 1 Rabbi Sacks’ “critique” of multiculturalism As he approached the end of his tenure as Chief Rabbi of Britain in 2013, Sacks became increasingly critical of Britain’s model of multiculturalism which, he acknowledged, had originally emerged “in response to the Holocaust.” While having been “undertaken for the highest of motives” and “intended to create […]