MacDonald on Gottfried

Kevin MacDonald weighs in on Paul Gottfried’s recent VDARE piece, “Claes Ryn, Allan Bloom, Leo Strauss, and Me,” which I posted about here.

MacDonald aptly notes how “Straussian ideology has functioned to pave the way for a new elite with no ethnic or cultural ties to the old elite by conceptualizing America as a proposition nation without specific ethnic or religious roots. Given the very large role of Jewish intellectuals among the new elite, the motivation is obvious: If one doesn’t share the ethnic, religious, and historical roots of a society but wants to be accepted as the new intellectual elite, then define the society as having no ethnic, religious, or historical roots.”

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