Multiculturalism: The Agenda of Organized Jewry
“For over 100 years now, Jews in America have been promoting multiculturalism as a strategy for weakening the dominant culture and thereby enhancing Jewish power.”
Obviously, multiculturalism is also the agenda of the Illuminati (Jewish Globalists) and their puppets who govern us. This is the agenda of world government. “We will undermine every collective force except our own,” say the Protocols. (“Collective force” includes race, religion, nation and family.) While the following is not new, E. Michael Jones presents Kevin MacDonald’s ground breaking research in a provocative and concise form.
by E. Michael Jones
Culture Wars (April 2011)
(edited and abridged by Henry Makow )
Associating multiculturalism with Islam is a daring rhetorical move, especially when that rhetorical move is made by a Jew, because Dorothy Rabinowitz must know, even if the dumb goyim who read her columns in the Wall Street Journal do not, that multiculturalism has been a completely Jewish creation from start to finish. For over 100 years now, Jews in America have been promoting multiculturalism as a strategy for weakening the dominant culture and thereby enhancing Jewish power.
According to MacDonald, the “historical record supports the proposition that making the US into a multicultural society has been a major goal of organized Jewry beginning in the 19th century.”
The main way in which Jews promoted multiculturalism is by changing this nation’s immigration laws.
“Jews,” according to MacDonald, “have been ‘the single most persistent pressure group favoring a liberal immigration policy’ in the US in the entire immigration debate beginning in 1881.”
The Jewish promotion of multiculturalism in America had two main goals:1) “maximizing the number of Jewish immigrants” and
2) “opening up the US to immigration from all of the peoples of the world.” Both goals paradoxically used “diversity” as a stalking horse to advance Jewish ethnocentrism. The whole point of multiculturalism is not so much the promotion of diversity as it is the demographic dilution of homogeneity.
Representative Leavitt saw through the diversity ploy when he complained that the Jews were “the one great historic people who have maintained the identity of their race throughout centuries because they believe sincerely that they are a chosen people, with certain ideals to maintain, and knowing that the loss of racial identity means a change of ideals.”
The purpose of multiculturalism has always been to subvert coherent cultures, weaken the majority, and thereby enhance the Jews’ power.
Or, as MacDonald puts it,
“Ethnic and religious pluralism serves external Jewish interest because Jews become just one of many ethnic groups. This results in the diffusion of political and cultural influence among the various ethnic and religious groups, and it becomes difficult or impossible to develop unified, cohesive groups of gentiles united in their opposition to Judaism. Historically, major anti-Semitic movements have tended to erupt in societies that have been, apart from the Jews, religiously and/or ethnically homogeneous.”
The early opponents of multiculturalism also feared Jews as agents of cultural subversion: “Our whole system of amusements has been taken over by men who came here on the crest of the south and east European immigration. They produce our horrible film stories; they compose and dish out to us our jazz music, they write many of the books we read, and edit our magazines and newspapers.”
Jewish immigrants were also “widely perceived to be … disproportionately involved in radical political movements,” a fact often acknowledged by the Jewish press. In one of its editorials, The American Hebrew pointed out that “we must not forget the immigrants form Russia and Austria will becoming from countries infested with Bolshevism, and it will require more than a superficial effort to make good citizens out of them.”
The fact that Jewish immigrants form Eastern Europe were viewed as “infected with Bolshevism. . . unpatriotic, alien, unassimilable” resulted in a wave of anti-Semitism in the 1920s and contributed to the restrictive immigration legislation of the period. Almost a decade after the immigration debate ended with the triumph of the restrictionists in 1924, Jewish immigration was still having consequences for American identity. As MacDonald points out, “In Philadelphia in the 1930s, fully 72.2 percent of the Communist Party members were the children of Jewish immigrants who came to the US in the late 19th and early 20th century.”