Eric the Merchant is back. This time, Kaufmann has been accused of being part of the “academic alt-right”. This is the same Jew who did A/B testing to find out which propaganda messages were most effective in persuading white people to accept their own racial extinction. He even coined a new term for the dispossession process, WhiteShift , and wrote a book about it,
The Jew has been accused of having Alt Right sympathies by a Turk called Umut Özkirimli. This Turk wrote a book called “Theories of Nationalism”, which I read years ago. It was a review of various theories of nationalism, nearly all of which described it as an artificial identity, constructed through propaganda, built on myths.
The Turk now lives in Sweden where he tells Swedes they don’t really exist. He hails from one of the most nationalistic countries in the world, whose people have carried out a murderous process of ethnic cleansing extending across centuries and continuing even today. He is unable to live among his own countrymen because he fears they might murder him. But if Europeans say they don’t want his countrymen to come and live in their countries because they fear they might murder them, that, in his view, is illegitimate. According to Magic Soil theory, the natural viciousness of his countrymen will be instantly dispelled as soon as they set foot in Sweden.