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Omar: diversity on hold
When a wave of women, ethnics, and gays was elected to Congress in last year's Mid-term elections, the Left was cock-a-hoop. 

They were particularly delighted by the election of Ilham Omar, 36. Not only was she a Somalian, a Muslim, and a woman, but she was a Somalian Muslim woman in a f**king turban!!!

This was none of your cheap, White-presenting Tulsi Gabbard or Kamala Harris pantsuit-style diversity. This was full-on, tits-out-and-slapping-them-in-your-face, Third-World-woman diversity. 

The Independent was gushing in its praise: 

Minnesotan politician Ilhan Omar has become the first Somali-American elected to congress. She is also the director of policy and initiatives at the Women Organizing Women Network. She was born in Mogadishu, the youngest of seven siblings. Her family fled Somalia when the civil war broke out in 1991, settling in the US in 1995. She became the very first Somali-American elected to office in the US when she was elected to the Minnesota House of Representatives in 2016.

She said “the politics of fear” motivated her to enter the race, and her progressive campaign focused on raising wages, subsidising higher education and improving access to healthcare.

But, as we in the Dissident and Affirmative Right know, when Leftists say they love "diversity," they don't mean it. What they mean is they love "diversity" when it undermines and destroys the West. But, in other matters, they hate it -- as Omar found out when she switched from attacking Whites in general to criticizing Jewish institutional power.

As reported by Politico:

"Omar and freshman Michigan Democratic Rep. Rashida Tlaib — the first two Muslim women elected to Congress — have signaled support for the Palestinian-led BDS movement (Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions) against the Israeli government over its treatment of Palestinians.

On Sunday night, Omar was responding to a tweet from prominent journalist Glenn Greenwald, who said, "Equating [Omar and Tlaib's] criticism of Israel to Steve King's long defense of white supremacy is obscene (McCarthy said it's worse). In the US, we're allowed to criticize our own government: certainly foreign governments. The GOP House Leader's priorities are warped."

In response to Greenwald's post, Omar tweeted, "It's all about the Benjamins baby," followed by a music emoji, which suggested that money was calling the tune for McCarthy.

When asked to explain where the money she was referring to came from, Omar tweeted: "AIPAC."

Having diverse views like this about AIPAC -- a massive and powerful organisation that spends hundreds of millions of dollars influencing US foreign policy to benefit Israel -- was not acceptable to the party that is always pushing "diversity."

Omar was immediately taken to the Democratic Party woodshed by House Leader Nancy Pelosi, and soon made to apologise and beg forgiveness for the crime of having had a "diverse" but perfectly reasonable opinion.

In a statement on Twitter she said:

"Anti-Semitism is real and I am grateful for Jewish allies and colleagues who are educating me on the painful history of anti-Semitic tropes. My intention is never to offend my constituents or Jewish Americans as a whole. We have to always be willing to step back and think through criticism, just as I expect people to hear me when others attack me for my identity. This is why I unequivocally apologize."

But she kept a slight sting in the tail, adding:

"At the same time, I reaffirm the problematic role of lobbyists in our politics, whether it be AIPAC, the NRA or the fossil fuel industry. It's gone on too long and we must be willing to address it."

This was certainly enough to ruin Ben Shapiro's day:

Ben "Open Borders" Shapiro should realise that as America becomes increasingly diverse -- racially and culturally -- it is going to be increasingly difficult to keep everyone on the "Never criticise Israel" plantation.

1 comment

Anonymous said...

Good post. I don't support the republican party, and I'm not saying that all in a sudden, their future is bright, but while the elite figures of the democratic party, of which I'm pretty sure Jews are over-represented, support such evils as support for Israel, abortion on demand and transgenderism, I don't see the democratic masses, of which blacks and mestizos make up a significant portion, embracing these causes. Yet, the democratic coastal elite keeps pushing these evil causes. We are already seeing resistance on the Israel issue. Hopefully that will continue to drive a wedge in the party along with other issues. I'm not saying these people will vote republican....but the more divisive these issues get, it can certainly decrease democratic enthusiasm.

The various identity groups of the democratic party may be unified in their hatred of whites, especially white males, but their "unity" is not likely to last for the long term. Each of these groups are in competition with each other for who has been victimized more. This is hardly a recipe for long-term success.

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