Is Ducks Unlimited Sowing the Seeds for the next Holocaust?
In a remarkable op-ed piece in the Jerusalem Post, Hawaiian Jew Sydney Ross Singer asks ‘Are Jews an invasive species?’
According to Singer, the study of invasive species began as ‘Nazi science’ and he considers the theory a biological threat to Jews, similar to how Auster considers Darwinism a threat to Jews.
There is a new biological threat to Jews around the world that has the potential for mass destruction of life. It is not in the form of a disease or mutation. This biological threat comes in the form of a theory.
The theory is called invasion biology. It started with the Nazis, and it now dominates environmentalism worldwide. It extols the “native” and exterminates the “alien.” It seeks to purify the environment of the unwanted and destructive influence of “invasive species.” As with eugenics, it passes judgment on the value of others and whether or not they should be allowed to live, or be eradicated. In this case, the “others” are plants and animals.
His conclusion is the following:
Surely, there is a time and place for weeding, selecting and controlling species and people. But we must reject the very notion that some species should be eradicated simply because they are not “native.” In human affairs we call this ethnic cleansing and genocide, and we have seen how ugly it is. It is no less ugly when unleashed on a plant or animal, its seeds of intolerance and hatred lying dormant for the next Holocaust.
If one looks at Ducks Unlimited’s entry on its first ‘Invasive Species of Concern’ (purple loosestrife), one can imagine how a paranoid tribalist might reach such a bold conclusion:
Purple loosestrife is an aggressive exotic plant species that commonly invades North American
wetlands. Under certain moist soil conditions, purple loosestrife may outcompete native vegetation
reducing the availability of important waterfowl food sources and cover types. Eradication
is difficult but if detected early, the spread and impact of purple loosestrife can be minimized.
Extended flooding during late spring may exterminate loosestrife plants but seeds often remain
viable in the soil for long periods of time. However, reducing native plant species composition
may result from extended periods of flooding. EPA approved herbicides such as Roundup (Reg.
No. 524-343) are most effective against purple loosestrife, however annual application is needed
to ensure eradication. Plants should be sprayed when flowering, but before setting seed. Check
local, state and federal regulations prior to applying any herbicides within a body of water. Biological
control programs, notably the introduction of two leaf-eating beetles and a root boring weevil
from Europe, have gained popularity in recent years and appear to be an effective measure of
“Yeah, right… ‘Roundup.’ So that’s what you guys call it this time around. Not a very subtle name, that!”
But Singer’s right to be concerned. Any attempt to understand Jewish influence must do so within the context of human ecology, as James has stressed, and defensible analogies (parasite and invasive species) are not flattering. The obvious conclusion is that Jews should be separated from the White human ecology. Singer’s conclusion, however, is that the concept of invasive species itself should be demonized (just as Auster demonizes Darwinism). Chutzpah is not compatible with the scientific method. Whatever the philosophical foundations for a coming age of European Man will be, it will be built over the rubble of the anti-scientific foundations of the existing liberal order.