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Malcolm Harris
I'm fully willing to believe that anti-Semitism in America is structural, just show me statistics where the situation of white Jews can be meaningfully distinguished from other white Americans.
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Malcolm Harris 26 Dec 18
Replying to @BigMeanInternet
(If those are at all hard to find I would suggest that it's because the structural character of anti-Semitism has attenuated in the US.)
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Malcolm Harris 27 Dec 18
Replying to @BigMeanInternet
Hi everyone! This is my tagged page on the Daily Stormer: I know that anti-Semitism exists. And yet, despite being a victim of anti-Semitism a bunch of different times, I systematically benefit from my whiteness under a structure of white-supremacy.
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Malcolm Harris 27 Dec 18
Replying to @karengeier
no doubt anti-Semitism structured where my grandparents could live, but it no longer functions that way against me. That's a good example.
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weeb but for poland 27 Dec 18
Replying to @BigMeanInternet
well I mean there was that time a guy shot up a synagogue
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Malcolm Harris 27 Dec 18
Replying to @AliceAvizandum
that is... not a statistic?
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pretty guardian 27 Dec 18
Replying to @BigMeanInternet
While most people are missing the point and not providing evidence of structural anti-Semitism, I would like to submit that anti-Semitism defines the structure of right-wing thought: most conspiracism in and of itself is a form of operant anti-semitic philosophy of knowledge
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pretty guardian 27 Dec 18
Replying to @BigMeanInternet
This means that although structural economic barriers have declined or largely vanished, anti-Semitism still exerts a structuring, ordering force over racism and white supremacy as a whole
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