McAtee Helps Wilson with some Context

“But who co-opted these minorities in the first place? Who enlisted them to do this awful thing? Who is using them as a cat’s paw? White people, that’s who. Woodrow Wilson was white. FDR was white. LBJ was white. Earl Warren was white. Margaret Sanger was white. King Charles III is white. Out of the six justices who voted for Roe, only one was black. Elizabeth Warren is white. Ted Kennedy was white. Nelson Rockefeller was white. John Roberts is white. Jimmy Carter is white. Nancy Pelosi is white. Hillary Clinton is white, ditto Bill. John Dewey was white. Richard Rorty is white. Keith Olbermann is white. The overwhelming number of Ivy League grads are white. Shall I go on?

Doug Wilson
Blog & Meh-Blog
Sin, Skin and Kin

First can we admit that among the political players that Doug mentions that they themselves are often likewise merely cat’s paws of a much bigger interest. In other words, those white people among the political players are being moved and animated by another whole level of Malthusian chicanery that often is peopled by a minority that is white when convenient and not white when not convenient?

Yes, and Herbert Marcuse was white, and so is David Axelrod, and Max Horkheimer, and Janet Yellin, and Timothy Geitner, and Chuck Todd and Spielberg, Katzenberg and Geffin, and George Soros, and Louis Brandeis and Felix Frankfurter, Felix Weil and FDR’s handler Bernard Baruch, and Nixon’s handler Henry Kissinger, and Samuel Untermeyer, and George Lukacs, and Wilhem Reich and Sigmund Freud, and Leon Bronstein, and the overwhelmingly considerable percentage of Harvard graduates are “white.” Shall I go on?

But per Doug, this noticing is likely all just so much people group malice.

Author: jetbrane

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5 thoughts on “McAtee Helps Wilson with some Context”

  1. There are two choices. Wilson is ignorant or Wilson is a deceiver.

    The first is remotely possible I suppose but so remote one would need Palomar to see it.

  2. Really? A human with above average intelligence is asking who is agitating for a race war? Doesn’t he have an internet connection? Can’t his discernment meter detect anything in the zeitgeist? The above quote from him can only be described as “purposely obtuse” at best and “downright misleading” at worst. Come on Doug, we all know who you are trying so hard NOT to name. It’s embarrassing. You have done so much for the kingdom. I count you among the few faithful voices out there. Stop being willfully obtuse. Be sure to finish well. You don’t have to go all Kanye or Fuentes on the Jewish question. Maybe stick with Augustine or Luther if you want to play it safe. If you must, make indirect references but please cease with the torturous rationalizations and denying the obvious. You can do so much better.

  3. Pastor Wilson has Jewish relations, and this may be skewing his judgment.
    Perhaps too he is afraid that being a race realist about Jews (or any other race group) would diminish his following and status by drawing down the wrath of the Jew-dominated world at large. Maybe that fight — against carnal Jewry — is simply beyond his energy and character and mental powers.

    These worldly priorities have evidently contributed to his failing theologically on important issues relating to race. Specifically, Wilson fails theologically because he does not duly acknowledge the Christian Jew/carnal Jew distinction. Without that critical, Scriptural-Augustinian distinction, he is unable to grasp the Providential nature of race in general, and the true history of Israel, in its successive stages, in particular; a very serious weakness, rife with connecting implications, for a man of the cloth.

    Thus does the fear of man, and love of reputation, lay a snare.

    Winston McCuen
    South Carolina

  4. “The second reason for my ongoing take on kinism would be the regular parade of commenters on my blog, those who were a big part of my reason for turning comments off for most of my posts. If I were to publish a little something in defense of Western culture, say, somebody was sure to show with an intense desire to talk about the Jooooozzzss. So if kinists want us to believe that as a group they are not snarling and biting any more, they need to select a better set of ambassadors.”

    – Doug Wilson
    Kin, Skin & Sin
    Blog & Mablog


    1. Inaccurate

      1.) Kinism is NOT a monolithic movement. No Kinists voted on who would be our official “ambassadors” any more than anybody voted that Wilson would get to play gatekeeper determining what is in and out of bounds for Conservative Christian thought.

      2.) There are all kinds of nutjobs that have attended CREC Churches. Should we conclude that these nutjobs are representative of the CREC? In the same way there are all kinds of nutjobs among Kinists and Christian Nationalists. It is asinine to evaluate Kinism based upon the nutjobs that may be showing up on Doug’s blog, or maybe we should just conclude that the CREC nutjobs are indeed reflective of the CREC movement as a whole.

      Don’t be deceived John by Doug’s shallow argumentation.

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