I’ve answered the question:
1.) I have a moral obligation to my own people to publicize the issue. Blacks and Hispanics complain about their depiction in the media. They complain about their treatment in our history books. They have complained about dying in foreign wars that are not in their interest. I don’t see what I am doing here as any different. Whites have legitimate grievances against Jews. We should air them.
2.) Creating a prejudice against Jews. Whites are living under cultural conditions which are bringing about our dissolution as a racial group. Jews have played a leading role in creating this hostile anti-White climate. It is quasi-genocide, similar to cultural genocide, but not quite. For the most, it is not a “top down thing,” but the cumulative effect of the “individual fire starters” is genocidal. I think Whites are justified in resenting Jews and desiring to separate from them.
3.) I have a moral obligation to be honest and forthright. I won’t spread destructive rumors and charges that create unjustified prejudice. I will also dispel these as I come across them. I had planned to do this anyway.
4.) I have a moral obligation to deter exterminationist anti-Semitism. I will balance my coverage of the Jewish Question with posts that shore up traditional moral values. We should discuss Christian values and virtue ethics a lot more. This can be done at Occidental Dissent. Moral racialists won’t follow sociopaths down the exterminationist road.
5.) I have a moral obligation to emphasize that anti-Semitism is not an ideology. If Jews are willing to redress our grievances and acknowledge the harm they have done, as the White community has done on various issues, then we should abandon anti-Semitism.