Is Hanukkah a Racist Holiday?

Imagine there’s no countries It isn’t hard to do Nothing to kill or die for And no religion too Imagine all the people living life in peace–John Lennon, Imagine Antiochus IV Epiphanes of Syria, a ruler who sought to end conflict among people, tried to make his empire a peaceful place by eradicating differences among the diverse groups in his empire and by having everyone assimilate. This well-intentioned or evil ruler, depending on your point…

Is Hanukkah a Racist Holiday?

If it was a holiday for non-Jewish Whites seeking to jump out of the melting pot and have their own culture and not be assimilated it would be called that. You be the judge. Substitute Whites for Jews and imagine what anti-White bigots might be saying about it. Antiochus IV Epiphanes of Syria, a ruler who sought to end conflict among people, tried to make his empire a peaceful place by eradicating differences among the…

Hanukkah and its Lessons for Us Non-Jewish Whites

By H. Millard: The Jewish holiday of Hanukkah offers some interesting lessons for non-Jewish white people if one but understands what this holiday is really about. Many uninformed people think Hanukkah is simply a Jewish version of Christmas. And it has taken on some of the aspects of that holiday. Still, Hanukkah is far different. In fact, one suspects if non-Jewish white people celebrated a similar holiday they would find the usual serial name calling…