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Tuesday, August 07, 2018

Pulitzer-Prize-Winning, Black Supremacist, Syndicated Columnist Leonard Pitts Jr.: Christianity = Nazism

Re-posted by Nicholas Stix

Three notes:

1. Pitts lied about the number of Moslems in germany at the time of his column. He claimed that there were 3.5 million, when there were at least six million;

2. Since Chancellor Angela Merkel threw open the gates of Germany to unassimilable Moslems, another app. two million have entered; and

3. When Pitts asserts that white societies are worse than “multicultural” ones, he acts as if he were making a factual statement, when he is simply defining them in terms of a blood libel.

Postscript, 3:35 p.m.: Pitts is best known for celebrating the racist rape-torture-murders of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom, and later for lying about it.

P.P.S., 3:58 p.m.: When the German people ask for multiculturalism? Germany has supposedly been a democracy ever since the founding of the Federal Republic in 1948.

Leonard Pitts Jr.: Germany to Mohammed: Go Home
By Leonard Pitts Jr.
October 2010

Multiculturalism has completely failed.

That's the assessment of Angela Merkel, chancellor of Germany, in a recent speech before the youth wing of her conservative political party, the Christian Democratic Union. The idea that disparate peoples can "simply live side by side and live happily with each other" has failed, she said.
"Utterly failed."

Merkel insisted that Germany still welcomes immigrants, particularly those whose high-tech skills make them valuable workers. But she conditioned that welcome upon a warning: "We feel bound to the Christian image of humanity - that is what defines us. Those who do not accept this are in the wrong place here."

To put that another way: Mohammad, go home.

Merkel's words have yet to gain much traction on this side of the Atlantic, but they have roiled the political landscape in Germany, which - like much of Europe - is struggling to manage an influx of immigrants of Arabic origin and Islamic faith. The U.S. State Department reports that Germany is home to 3.5 million Muslims.

So there are mosques where there were not before - along with women in scarves, people with foreign accents, ghettoized poverty and a fear that some core aspect of the nation's character, its very "German-ness," is under assault.

Last year, the head of Germany's central bank published a book, Germany is Destroying Itself, arguing that the influx of Muslims was lowering the nation's intelligence. He was censured and fired, but the book was popular and the country seemed to agree with its thesis. The Guardian newspaper of
London reports that, according to one recent poll, a third of all Germans believe their country is being "overrun" by foreigners.

And if Merkel's declaration has received scant notice in the United States, that will likely change soon. Her words will surely be manna to the constellation of xenophobic bloggers and pundits for whom it is an article of faith that Muslims - and Hispanics - are agents of ruin. They would laud her contention that multiculturalism is unworkable and undermines national character.

[How are Moslems and Hispanics (and blacks) not “agents of ruin”?]

Of course, America isn't Germany. America's mainstream culture is already made, and has always been made, of other cultures. So that if apple pie is quintessentially American, well, so are burritos, borscht, sauerkraut, paella and sweet potato pie.

[No.]

That said, proponents of multiculturalism should concede this much: It is not easy being diverse. To the contrary, it's a challenging thing.

Diversity raises questions that are thorny and defiant of easy answers. From the Muslim woman whose religious sensibilities required her employer, Disneyland, to design a uniform with a head covering, to arguments over a schoolbook some American Cubans thought painted too rosy a picture of that island, from debate over whether and how to dismantle the "don't ask, don't tell policy" restricting gay service in the military, to arguments over how and when Espanol "es hablado" in public, managing diversity often means managing a delicate balance between accommodation and coercion, between expectation and fear, between reverence for what was, then, and sensitivity to what is, now.

[More lies: Racial socialism involves no “delicate balance” whatsoever, but the annihilation of the founding race and its culture.]

The only thing worse than living in a nation that seeks to achieve that balance is living in one that does not.

[Garbage. The implication of Pitts’ lies is that permitting any immigration of foreign cultures and religions means death to a nation, because that nation’s enemies will play the race/Nazi card, in order to destroy it.]

So with due respect to Germany, it is impossible not to consider the source here. We should all be alive to the grim historical resonance of a German chancellor declaring the idea of disparate cultures living peaceably side by side a failure. What, after all, is the alternative? Shall Germany officially declare itself a nation with room enough for one culture only?

[Yes!]

For the record, that's been tried already. And it didn't work so well, either.

Leonard Pitts Jr. is a Miami Herald columnist. His e-mail address is lpitts@miamiherald.com.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

I have to admit,I missed this "Merkle Miracle"--and on first viewing,it's something that appears to reek of politics.I trust Merkle's new vision as much as I trust Candace Owens.Both are up to something--basically fooling the public for ulterior purposes.
Six million Muslims in Germany?They've got plenty of practice under their belts making that many people disappear.
The "agents of ruin" comment comes from a charter member of that group(though HE'D never admit it).Therefore his viewpoint is in need of corrective lenses.
All I hope is that Merkle is serious about her new philosophy and also that other countries (including ours)become more aware of what's going on with immigration's downside.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

Just saw the year of that column--2010.She WAS b.s.ing.
--GR Anonymous

Anonymous said...

NO where in the world do disparate societies live together in harmony. Even if a semblance of harmony does exist, always tension underneath. If it was possible for "disparate societies" to live together in harmony it would have happened long time ago.