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David Brooks’ White Privilege Article is False Flag Journalism

Posted in Jews by maasanova on July 18, 2015

Click the image to read various Twitter user’s response to Jew David Brooks’ “white privilege” article

New York Time’s David Brooks has written an op-ed recently that has stoked some very anti-white sentiments on Twitter.

The strange thing is that, according to Wikipedia, David Brooks identified as Jew, not as a Caucasian. The Wikipedia entry goes on to state that his wife converted to Judaism despite the fact that Brooks is not particularly an observant Jew; meaning that he doesn’t follow all the religious mumbo jumbo.  The entry his notes that Brook’s son is a member of the Israeli Defense Force (IDF).

Defenders of the Jewish cult have tried to assert that David Brooks is white and that Jews come in many different colors.  They claim that “white” is just one of many variations of the Jew and presumably, because Brooks doesn’t wear the traditional garb of the Orthodox Jew, then he somehow qualifies as “white.”

Fair enough, but how many Jews do you personally know that have had to convert to the white race, or convert to Christianity, just to marry a white person? And also, how many children of non-Jewish white families can just take up residency in Israel and serve in the Israel Defense Force (IDF)?

Why is David Brooks writing about his “white privilege” instead of his #Jewishprivilege?

Just a bit of food for thought.


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  1. […] David Brook’s White Privilege Article is False Flag Journalism. […]

  2. patkittle said, on November 1, 2016 at 5:31 pm

    “White privilege” is really Jew privilege.

    Make that connection, whenever someone pulls a David Brooks on you.

  3. maasanova said, on November 1, 2016 at 5:47 pm

    It most definitely is. Perhaps I will write a follow up article about Jews pretending to be white only when it benefits Jews. Thanks for reading.

  4. patkittle said, on November 1, 2016 at 7:35 pm

    Making that distinction widely understood would eliminate a lot of confusion people have about how the world works.

    Regards, Pat

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