The ironically named Anti-Defamation League arrived fashionably late to the “Bash Pat Buchanan and James Edwards party” today by issuing a press release to all media outlets that is littered with malevolent and unwarranted personal attacks.
New York, NY, November 2, 2011 … The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) voiced grave concern today that Pat Buchanan, a political analyst for MSNBC, continues to openly express anti-Semitic, racist and anti-immigrant views.
In a 2009 report, “Patrick Buchanan: Unrepentant Bigot,” ADL said that Buchanan’s increasingly bigoted worldview is identical to those of self-declared “white nationalists.” Buchanan has repeatedly demonized Jews and minorities and has openly affiliated with white supremacists. He has also claimed that the sovereignty of the United States is being undermined by Israeli control and Mexican incursion.
In his new book, Suicide of a Superpower, Buchanan blames the disintegration of the U.S. on its racial diversity and bemoans the destruction of white, Christian America.
Buchanan also turns his attention to the Jews in the book. In a discussion about the declining population of white Americans, Buchanan outrageously claims that the Jewish population is shrinking, as well, due to the “collective decision of Jews themselves,” to support and have abortions.
Better late than never, Mr. Foxman.
Not that it matters to dishonest reporters, but for the record, I don’t consider myself to be a “white supremacist.” Not in the least. I consider myself to be a decent Christian man with traditional values who is concerned with the direction in which this country is heading. If speaking out to advance the best interests of my ethnic group qualifies me as a “supremacist,” then those who work at the ADL are most certainly “Jewish supremacists.”
This is the double standard that never ceases to amaze me. When European Americans attempt to speak out on their own behalf, they are shouted down as “Nazis,” “racists,” “bigots,” or worse. However, when minorities do the exact same thing, it’s not only allowed, but celebrated.
Am I missing something here?
I certainly don’t wish any misfortune upon minorities, as the media so often likes to pretend. Nothing could be further from the truth. But, what is love if not loving your own family a little bit more than everyone else? I’m naturally going to want to gravitate toward the folks who share my history, culture, heroes, and faith, just as the minorities do. Isn’t it perfectly normal to want to preserve and protect your cultural heritage? Why are whites denied this God given right? Why are we subjected to malicious name-calling for seeking a level playing field?
At any rate, I certainly dismiss the ADL’s hyperbolic claims as your standard left-wing smear. Pat Buchanan, in fact, said the exact same thing last week on National Public Radio.
Buchanan holds his ground on NPR
I encourage anyone with a working brain and an open mind to listen to my most recent interview with Pat Buchanan and tell me what, exactly, was so “hateful” about it.
If a conversation as polished as that gets one labeled as a “white supremacist” and “anti-Semite,” then God help us all.
For an intelligent reaction to the furor caused by my talk with Pat, I enourage you to read the response written by one of my co-hosts.
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