Christopher Donovan on Melvyn Weiss: Being Jewish Means Never Having to Say You're Sorry
Jews amass great fortunes by unethical means, can depend on a network of high-powered figures to defend them, and continue their shamelessness even after having been convicted of a crime. Released from prison, they sit around their Florida homes with deep tans and gold jewelry and want to wax serious about Israelis and Palestinians with a friendly reporter from the Jewish press.
Valid pattern revealed by sustained analysis, or a nasty stereotype?
Before answering, read through this recent story from The Jewish Week about Melvyn Weiss, the class-action fraudster.
The article is almost too juicy to quote any one part — read the whole thing, as Instapundit says. Weiss comes off like a cartoon caricature of the oleaginous Jew: vain, self-centered, ethnocentric, excuse-making, ruthlessly unethical, lauded by the Anti-Defamation League — and through it all, completely unapologetic. His Holocaust legal efforts are a nice comedic touch. His own prosecution is simply a sign of how the “government is taking our rights away,” though it’s easy to imagine Weiss taking the precise opposite stand on the Justice Department’s Nazi-hunting efforts, hate crimes, or sending federal troops to force school integration.
Should Whites adopt the same aggressive and shameless approach? Could they, even if they wanted to?
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