“The technotronic era involves the gradual appearance of a more controlled society. Such a society would be dominated by an elite, unrestrained by traditional values. Soon it will be possible to assert almost continuous surveillance over every citizen and maintain up-to-date complete files containing even the most personal information about the citizen. These files will be subject to instantaneous retrieval by the authorities. ”
― Zbigniew Brzeziński, Between Two Ages: America’s Role in the Technetronic Era
OCTOBER 23, 2017 5:07 PM BY
An imam in Toronto, Ayman Elkasrawy, prayed that Allah would kill all the Jews. In a sane society, newspapers would be investigating the prevalence of Islamic antisemitism in the area mosques, and among Muslims in general. But this isn’t a sane society, this is Trudeau’s Canada. So instead of focusing on Islamic antisemitism, the Toronto Star has published this exhaustingly lengthy piece portraying Elkasrawy as the real victim, a shy, inarticulate lug who wouldn’t hurt a fly, especially a Jewish one, and whose words were mistranslated and misrepresented by racist, bigoted right-wing “Islamophobes.” He didn’t mean it, the Star tells us. In fact, says the Star’s Arabic experts, he didn’t even say it. If it weren’t for those wicked right-wingers, Ayman Elkasrawy and Jewish leaders in Toronto would be doing a happy multicultural dance together, but instead, the reputation of this good, gentle man has been unjustly sullied. But now here comes the Toronto Star to justify the ways of Elkasrawy to man, and reassure everyone about the glories of diversity.
But all the Toronto Star has to offer is a con job, as I explain below in comments interspersed in the Star article.
gay marriage was and is never about equality.
An online database launched Wednesday singles out churches opposed to homosexuality ostensibly to encourage clarity in whether various churches support LGBT lifestyles.
The database, called Church Clarity, scores churches on whether they are “clear” or “unclear” in their message of being “affirming” or “non-affirming” toward LGBT relationships. Church Clarity takes aim specifically at evangelical churches and accuses them of having a dangerous “capitalist mindset” and of being purposefully unclear in their policies toward LGBT relationships .
The database’s website emphasizes the fact that churches are tax exempt organizations that receive public subsidies, and says that the perceived lack of clarity in church policy means “there is very little accountability to demonstrate that they are earning that subsidy.”
Church Clarity characterizes itself as “unequivocally inclusive, affirming and celebrating of all people,” and says that it unapologetically allows people of any faith or gender identity to “participate at every level of Church Clarity’s mission.” The organization claims that it does not seek to force churches to conform to its stance toward LGBT relationships, but acknowledges a conflict of interest between its mission and its policy.
“We acknowledge that there is a potential tension between our policy-views and our organizational goal, but we also believe that remaining completely free of bias is impossible for any organization. We are comfortable with this tension and welcome feedback on how we can improve in this regard,” the website reads.
Further complicating the organization’s ostensibly bipartisan goals is the fact that, as Jonathan Merritt, a writer for Religion News Service, noted in his article on the database, the database is filled with mostly large conservative churches with well known pastors, and labels none of the included liberal churches as unclear.
The organization states that it seeks to pressure church leaders to clarify their church’s “actively enforced policy” concerning the participation of LGBT individuals, but is not interested in clarifying the theology, reasons, and possible nuances behind those policies. The organization poses an “Are you with us, or against us” style of question regarding policy despite acknowledging that the issue of a church’s stance toward LGBT persons and lifestyles is often fraught with nuance.
“While we recognize the pastoral desire to discuss nuances of a particular theology, actively enforced policies are much more straightforward. They can and should be communicated explicitly from the start,” the website reads.
Church Clarity argues that a church’s policies should be communicated clearly and simply, without explaining the reasoning and theology behind said policies, so that LGBT people can know from the outset whether they will be allowed to participate in every level of the church community.
Self professed Gay Christian leaders, such as Bandon Robertson and Julie Rodgers, have praised Church Clarity’s initiative, according to Christian Today. Rodgers also serves as an adviser for Church Clarity’s database project.
Relatively mild compared to the stuff my white family says… and you wonder why half Asians are high risk – because both parents are genuine white supremacists (while one parent is not white).
“I’m not racist, my wife is Asian,” isn’t even comparable to “I’m not racist, my best friend is black,” because in 2017, hardcore racists go after Asian women as a way to secure their personal lives against the crushing “anti-white society” (which isn’t even that crushing), almost as a default. White men see White women as being not merely the symptom of a “denegerate society,” but moreso the cause.
White men who feel “wronged” at Western society and its liberalism are highly likely to pursue Asian women as a way to reclaim a sense of masculinity and power in their whiteness; these white men feel wronged by western “acceptance” of blacks and other minorities and the embracing of liberal values, so they seek out Asian women with “traditional” values who will neither support (in other words – not care) about liberalism, and will, above all, not sleep with black men.
Sometimes the Asian wife will actually give racist white men the courage to shout out his racist views without compunction, due to the belief that people cannot claim that he is racist, “because my wife is Asian.”
In fact, racist white men with Asian women is very frequent, given the fat that racist white men desire the chance to feel big for their whiteness, and a chance to take the power back from White women, who they view as feminist traitors.
Below is a woman on American Renaissance talking about all of the hardline White Nationalists who post frequently there – yet have Asian wives.
Ultra right-wing (which is synonymous with those who vomit racist, patriotic rhetoric) white men highly value Asian women because they are considered less promiscuous, less feminist, more racist (against dark-skinned races such as blacks, Muslims and Mexicans), and more traditional and loyal.
Whereby many hardcore right-wingers seek out Asian women, partially because male-centric, anti-social behavior tends to repulse non-Asian women, while Asian women will willingly endure poor, anti-social behavior from White men as long as they obtain status, integration and security.
More “humor” from White males with Asian sons; it seems strange that the anti-PC type of White men who feel resentful at society for becoming more progressive and supposedly “hostile” to white men, are the ones raising Half Asian children.
A University of Illinois math professor believes that algebra and geometry perpetuate “white privilege” because Greek terms give Caucasians unearned credit for the subject.
But that isn’t the professor’s only complaint. She also believes that evaluations for math proficiency perpetuates discrimination against minority students, if they do worse than their white counterparts.
Rochelle Gutierrez argues in a newly published math education book for teachers that they must be aware of the identity politics surrounding the subject of mathematics.
“On many levels, mathematics itself operates as Whiteness,” she argues with complete sincerity, according to Campus Reform. “Who gets credit for doing and developing mathematics, who is capable in mathematics, and who is seen as part of the mathematical community is generally viewed as White.”