henrymakow.com – July 6, 2019
Dr. Stephen Steinlight, right, was Director of National Affairs (domestic policy) at the American Jewish Committee, and a policy analyst for the Center on Immigration Studies.
He writes: “For perhaps another generation, an optimistic forecast, the Jewish community is thus in a position where it will be able to divide and conquer and enter into selective coalitions that support our agendas.”
Diversity is the term they give to divide and conquer.
Although he doesn’t say we don’t have to worry about the W.A.S.P.s anymore, he warned his fellow Jews against creating other new ethnic rivals.
Reconsidering a Misguided Immigration Policy (from Feb 22, 2011)
by the late Dan Butler — (for henrymakow.com)
Dr. Stephen Steinlight’s article, “The Jewish Stake in America’s Changing Demography: Reconsidering a Misguided Immigration Policy” (2001) speaks frankly of Jewish control of US immigration policy, politicians, and the media.
“For perhaps another generation, an optimistic forecast, the Jewish community is thus in a position where it will be able to divide and conquer and enter into selective coalitions that support our agendas,” he writes.
Even with these caveats, the era of astoundingly disproportionate Jewish legislative representation may already have peaked……
“With the changes in view, how long do we actually believe that nearly 80 percent of the entire foreign aid budget of the United States will go to Israel?”
Asian culture has notoriously strong filial and clannish cohesion, educates and disciplines their offspring – things that European stock used to do, and Jews still do. He sees them as a threat once they attain ‘Asian-American’ identity consciousness.”
Having identified the next adversary, he wonders how to restrict Asians and Latinos without being against immigration:
“Before offering specific recommendations about immigration policy, we should immediately anticipate the predictable opposition and state emphatically what we are not advocating. We are not advocating an anti-immigration position. It is also, frankly, in our own best interest to continue to support generous immigration. The day may come when the forces of anti-Semitic persecution will arise once more in the lands of the former Soviet Union or in countries of Eastern Europe and Jews will once again need a safe haven in the United States. The Jewish community requires this fail-safe. We will always be in support of immigration; the question is whether it should be open-ended or not? The question is what constitutes the smartest approach to supporting immigration?”
“For starters, we should give serious, immediate consideration to terminating our alliance with the advocates of open borders; (we do not belong in their coalitions) and ally ourselves, instead, with pro-immigration advocates who favor immigration reform that includes moderate reductions in immigration, such as the Center for Immigration Studies.”
While Steinlight is not hostile to the European majority, there is no consideration of their right to preserve their culture and values.
ANTISEMITISM NECESSARY FOR JEWISH UNITY