My experiments in confusion - Part-5: Letter to Prof. Kevin MacDonald on Multiculturalism diluting the White Man's Burden?

My Confusion Series: Part-5   Part-1 , Part-2 , Part-2-Balfour , Part-3 , Part-4 , Part-5 , Part-5b , Part-6 , Part-6b , Part-7 , Part-7b
Continuing... How many Gentiles does it take to confuse me? Evidently, still only One!
To: Prof. Kevin MacDonald, Professor of Psychology, Cal State University Long Beach, kmacd@
Date: Friday, December 17, 2010
Subject: Multiculturalism diluting the White Man's Burden? (Revised with clarity added – please substitute this final letter for my earlier ones dogged by typos)
Hello Prof. Kevin MacDonald,
I wonder if you might comment on my letter to Dr. David Duke, specifically the last main paragraph. You are an outspoken critic of multiculturalism yourself. Several years ago I read your interesting book CoC. I also read some of your essays every now and then. What you share with Dr. David Duke, is in that last passage of my letter to him. Most of the authors who write for (submission noted below) also evidently hold that view. And so did Eustace Mullins, as evidenced in his glorification of Shem in his book The Curse of Canaan, as the only distinguished harbingers of world civilizations. The white man today bemoans his loss of advantage at the altar of multiculturalism, an advantage often gained, which history tells us, at the point of perfidy and sword. From the East India Company bringing the white man's burden to my lands, perfidy, to the noble white man settling the New World by exterminating its indigenous inhabitants, sword. Yet, when I point this inconvenient fact out to the outspoken harbingers of white man's civilization bemoaning the loss of their primacy advantage to an even greater hegemon, they entirely ignore me thus adding to my confusion-space. I hope you will not do the same.
What I humbly request is that you kindly publish my letter to Dr. David Duke, since evidently neither Vdare is going to do it, nor is David Duke going to respond, and offer your cogent refutation of its pertinent passage if you feel I am indeed confused in thinking that principally, the grapes are sour! Otherwise, I hope you can straightforwardly admit your own narrow self-interests have as much to do with objective scholarship and moral supremacy as the narrow self-interests you critique of your nemesis, the Jews. As an 'untermensch' having long endured the munificent largesses of the white man's burden, I am never confused by hectoring hegemons and their pious doctrines of conquests which often come wrapped in profound scholarship – they live and perish by the same values they espouse. It is only the pious complaints when they lose which confuse me. I quite anticipate the indomitable Zionists to be making similar arguments someday as the pious white gentile is making today.
I look forward to you, as a public scholar at a publicly funded university, to gently remove this fog of confusion which tends to surround me in the West anytime I try to think for myself. No one else is ever willing to address a plebeian's confusions which, I dearly suspect, may be quite endemic among the silent 'untermenschen' comprising the great multicultural milieu in what was once a peaceful mono-cultural land of the native Americans.
Zahir Ebrahim | Project

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From: Project
Date: Thursday, December 16, 2010
Subject: Submission: My experiments in confusion - Part-4: Letter to David Duke on his Metanoia
To: pbrimelow@
Dear Editor,
Thank you,
Best wishes,
Zahir Ebrahim | Project
P.S. [As per the fund raising blurb on complaining inability to pay writers and hence unable to publish their work,] I do not accept payment for my work being published. Hope that helps you print this letter. Thank you.

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My experiments in confusion - Part-5: Letter to Prof. Kevin MacDonald on Multiculturalism diluting the White Man's Burden? By Zahir Ebrahim