The Clare Spark Blog

May 11, 2013

Index to blogs on antisemitism

Filed under: Uncategorized — clarelspark @ 11:11 pm

Antisemitism is getting worse, so I added Gustave Doré’s Lost Satan (illustrating Milton’s Paradise Lost) to the ending. Evil as an independent force in the universe is an essential part of antisemitism of all kinds.

The Clare Spark Blog (a synthesis that takes account of the “Hebraic” Reformation sects) (index to German Romantic sources for multiculturalism and related issues, such as identity politics) (retitled The Protestant Establishment Taps a Good Jew) (on the pervasiveness of “Christian anti-Semitism”)

It is a misconception to think that a person’s views toward individual Jews tests their antisemitic views one way or another. A-S is above all, a theory of history, most recently a reaction to the “disruptive” effects of modernity, and an identification of the source of Evil. Most or all antisemitism is racist, for no matter how assimilated a person of Jewish descent may be, that person retains mental, physical, and moral attributes attributed to “the Jews” considered…

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  2. I’ve never met a smart anti-Semite. Anti- Semitism is a kind of mental rot or rusting of the moral, mental faculty.

    Comment by dexq — May 30, 2013 @ 7:40 pm | Reply

    • Sadly, many intelligent people harbor extreme antisemitic notions, some unconsciously, for antisemitism is deeply embedded in the culture of the West, despite attempts to invent a seamless “Judeo-Christian” heritage.

      Comment by clarespark — May 30, 2013 @ 8:43 pm | Reply

      • I guess I was extrapolating…and yes, I know it has been embedded in Western Civ and tragically so…and yet isn’t there some truth to the flat statement (‘you never meet a smart anti-Semite’); when you meet it, you meet it as a limitation, a corrosion, a corruption; if you meet it in a brilliant person you think, “That person could be even more brilliant if he weren’t an anti-Semite.” It is a kind of spiritual graffiti and when you encounter it in people who live by reflection, awareness, thinking, illumination it is demoralizing, e.g., Pat Buchanan, John Lukacs and, many notches down, John Derbyshire, Taki, et al…

        By the way, thanks for the great writing and thinking on your site; I look forward to exploring more; Sincere regards, DQ

        Comment by dexq — May 31, 2013 @ 8:35 am

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