Gaza Everywhere — Amren
The recent article by Brett Stevens sparked a lively exchange of comments both at Amren and at Daily Stormer. Of the total number of comments about 30% have been deleted by the mods in the final Comments Closed version.
The following two PDFS show what comment gets deleted and what stays.
NOTE: This is not necessarily a criticism of of Amren, but rather for those interested to see Amren’s comment policy in action, for better or worse.
UPDATE: For an informative discussion on Jared Taylor’s (the owner of American Renaissance website) “hands off” approach regarding jews, please see this over at VNN: Jared Taylor is Anti-White Thread
BTW, what got me to post this stuff was a comment left at Amren:
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LACountyRedneck • 6 hours ago
I hope none of this gets deleted. These comments have been a great education for myself and others. “
All Comments (Including Deleted) – Version 3
Total Published & Deleted Comments = 711
Total Published Comments = 475
Total Deleted Comments = 236
Comments in RED have been DELETED in Comments Closed Version
Comments in BLUE have been been ADDED from Comments Closed Version (They were not present at the time the comments were copied)
UPDATE: 23 comments by Black Swan were all marked as SPAM and do not appear in the COMMENTS CLOSED version at AMREN’s website.
I’ve added them to the end of the PDF document (below).
Comments Closed Version
[Note: This is outdated – see above]
— 464 Comments —
Comments that have been deleted have this message: “This comment was deleted.”
NOTE: Not all deleted comments have the above message (for whatever reason).
PDF file (0.4 MB)>> Gaza Everywhere COMMENTS CLOSED American Renaissance
Brett Stevens, American Renaissance, August 4, 2014
The Third World is at our gates.
Israel withdrew its troops from Gaza last night, but the problems that brought them there remain. Two populations find themselves locked in a conflict with no end. Many people think this is a clash between different religions, but the roots lie deeper.
Many Western liberals see a group of poor people confronting relatively wealthy people, and using the logic of the French Revolution, assume that the rich oppress the poor. They accuse the victims of genocide during the Second World War of committing genocide when they defend themselves from poorer, browner Third-World people.
That view ignores historical fact. Both groups have had a chance to develop within the same territory. Israelis followed the European model and created a society of learning, technology, arts and culture. Palestinians remain a Third World people, and now that they have been displaced by Zionism, have added religious fanaticism to their traditional social organization. Across the Muslim world, religion tends to be more extreme and to guide collective action, whereas in the First World it is largely a personal moral imperative.
Some argue that societies are made of laws and that anyone may come, learn the laws, and become equally valuable citizens. History teaches otherwise. Third World populations bring with them not only their own habits and folkways, but ingrained tendencies and limitations that clash with the standards of the First World.
If the Third World lacks what the First World has, why haven’t Third-Worlders simply copied the successful methods of the First World? Why have they continued to act in ways that produce Third World conditions? It is because genetic differences constrain their choices.
Please go the Amren’s website to read the rest:
Click to download PDF file containing all comments (1.7 MB)
Version 4: Apr 25, 2015 – Formatting, added cover images. Added this Ver Hist.
Ver 3: Oct13, 2014 — 711 comments.
Ver 2: Aug 8, 2014 — 702 comments.
Added comments by Black Swan that were marked as SPAM and tidied up the errant returns in the comment text in the PDF.
Ver 1: Aug 7, 2014 — 679 comments