Thus, I am actively engaged in an attempt to alter the intellectual and political climate in this country so that these sorts of things do not continue.
Being able to discuss the Jewish motivation as the main mover of our current foreign policy is, in my opinion, an important aspect of being able to change this policy to conform to what I think are in the interests of the great majority of Americans, including myself.
What I am doing is no different from the legions of Jewish academics who, as an aspect of their professional and personal identity, have vigorously pursued their ethnic interests by writing for mainstream publications, by promoting Zionist causes, and by attempting to change the intellectual and political climate of the U. in a way that furthers their perceived ethnic interests.
The LA Jewish Journal jumped on the ’stir’ in their cover story, “The Professor Anti Semites Love,” which highlighted the SPLC’s accusations against me.
It has calmed down a bit, though there are still some faculty members who do everything they can to make life unpleasant for me.
Hence, the psychological response of “guilt,” specifically, “white guilt,” comes into play.