The Anti-Defamation League

The Anti-Defamation operates for the benefit of Jewish people. They claim to have the goals in mind of Jewish people everywhere. However, we must understand that not every ethnic and/or religious Jew has the same views. The Anti-Defamation League claims to be for Jewish human rights, though their views do not match certain Jewish groups and/or individuals.

On the website for the anti-defamation league, there is a registry of hate symbols, which is formed mostly of symbols and organizations that advocate for pride of White heritage.

There is a very obvious political ideology that leads the Anti-Defamation League to making their list look like this. The view is that society is sculpted to benefit White people, so Whites always come out on top and everyone else is victimized and considered others who are treated like third class citizens. Furthermore, because of this concept, having White pride is considered to be ethically wrong.

The only time when people who are considered “White” or “European American” are able to form organizations based upon identity is when they focus on a particular ethnic group. However, this does not give people of European heritage nearly as much of a political voice than if they came together under the banner of being “European American” or “White.” Read more: Phoenix New Times | Wikipedia and Michael Lacey | Crunchbase

When looking at the registry on the Anti-Defmation League’s website, it is important to understand that there is a line between being genuinely hateful and dangerous, and expressing an opinion that may have some truth to it that the Anti-Defamation League does not agree with. .

Another thing to understand is that a lot of people in America with Jewish ethnic heritage, who may or may not practice the religion, are in limbo when it comes to ethnic and racial identity. Many of them consider themselves to be white; many are assimilated into society as whites; and a lot of people view them as being white.

However, some people view people with Jewish heritage and/or Jewish religious views as being their own thing apart from “White European”–something else with opposing values and motives. For this, light skinned Jews with European features and blood may be thought of as a minority group outside of “real Whites.”

However, the Anti-Defamation League‘s anti-white stance of protecting Jews is somewhat flawed because even though some people do not consider ethnic and/or religious Jews as being white, many people still do, and many ethnic/religious Jews share the culture and struggles of other peoples in America who are considered to be “White.” If the Anti-Defamation League points a finger at Whites for being bad, a person of Jewish religion and/or heritage will be at risk for being assaulted for their Whiteness just like any other person from “White” ethnic groups or admixtures.

The Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund

Two glorious entrepreneurs, Michael Lacey and Jim Larkin, wanted to put some more meaning into their lives. In order to fulfill this purpose, they decided to give sums of money to establishments that aided people in various aspect of life. The people who were being focused on were local Latino communities, illegal immigrants and immigrants, in general.

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