Andrew Anglin – The Unz Review Nov 14, 2022
Ye opened the floodgates. The Jews have a crisis of black people basically every day now.
Black journalist Isaiah Jackson, who works for CoinDesk, tweeted the following about the ongoing FTX debacle:
It’s a pretty simple, obvious observation. Jews are 2% of the American population and 100% of the high-level FTX employees. This is similar to what we’ve seen Ye saying about organized Jewry engaging in high-level crime. It’s difficult to understand how this observation is “hateful” in and of itself, right?
Well, it might be difficult for you to understand, but it wasn’t difficult for the managers of CoinDesk, who immediately fired Jackson over the tweet.
It’s amazing how that happens every single time. It’s almost like Jews have a total lockdown on the entirety of American institutions and shut down anyone who even hints at criticism of them in order to make an example.
Jackson was just talking the facts – everyone in charge at FTX was Jewish. Literally everyone.
If Jews were just random people, then this would be a totally wild coincidence, and Jews wouldn’t care if anyone pointed it out. I didn’t have any Irish people come down on me when I pointed out that everyone I knew in high school who was known for fighting, charged with a crime, expelled from school, or sold drugs had an Irish last name. I told other people with Irish last names this fact and they said “lol. lmao.”
Yet for some reason, Jews freak out if you point out that Jews hold all of these coincidental positions of power, and are often associated with financial crimes or other clear misdeeds. If it didn’t reflect on Jews as a whole, they would not care if you pointed it out.
In the above example of people of Irish origin in Ohio being overrepresented among people committing misdeeds, this theoretically did reflect badly on people of Irish origin, though no one ever thought to get mad about it. Most people with Irish last names were not associated with misdeeds, so it was just a funny thing. It is not intuitive to get mad unless you yourself are personally implicated.
Jackson has completely refused to back down. He noted that all he is doing is recognizing a pattern.
“That day is done,” said Jackson. There is definitely rising evidence that this is true. Black people seem to getting fed up with this Jew thing on a nationwide scale.
Many came out to support Jackson on Twitter.
Jackson did multiple Twitter Spaces to discuss the Jew problem in crypto.
He was getting wide support on the calls.
Fantastically, none of this was deleted. It seems like in the post-Yolo Twitter age of Musk, we might indeed have more freedoms.
The FTX debacle might be raising black skepticism of Jews, but the bigger win here is that it is increasing Jew skepticism across the entire crypto world (a world which was already skeptical of many things, and already contains many prominent anti-Semites).
“Ye was right” is on track to become the slogan of a generation.
Originally posted at The Daily Stormer.