A Brief Philosophical Intermission
It looks like I’m not going to have enough time for one of my regular, essay-length posts today, so I’m doing a visual, and a philosophical one at that. Ideological food for thought, if I may indulge in describing it.
I title this picture, “The Anti-Dualists’ Dualism”, and it follows from my post from May 2, 2007, Anti-Bigotry: a Catch-22.
For every Marxist who condemns Zionism, and Jewish exceptionalism in general, for being “racist, divisive, detrimental to World Peace and the Brotherhood of Man” (this is from an exchange of mails posted on One-State.net: “There is a 0 possibility that Israel will agree to the demise of its racially pure state and the end of Zionism”, by William J Martin to Norman Finkelstein, and “Identity politics is the bane of current political discourse”, by Roger Tucker in his Editor’s Note), skim his writings to see how he construes “Palestinian” nationalism, tribalism, racism and divisiveness as good, and Jewish nationalism and tribalism as evil. The results come out with stupendous consistency.
Expose the anti-Zionist enemy for the hypocrites they are. To the Islamonazis and their enablers on the Left no quarter!