Caught in a lie about race debate?


To the editor:

(re: “Blacks and Jews: It’s the ‘great’ Gordon/Wolf debate,” May 20)

There’s an old saying: “It’s better to keep silent and let people believe you’re a fool than to open your mouth and prove that belief to be true.”

That adage most definitely applies to psychologist Peter Wolf who stupidly — and “stupidly” is the correct word, as your readers will discover — decided to respond to my last letter that was erroneously mistitled “Don’t call me a racist — I’m not.”

There’s no doubt about it: I am a racist!

I voted for Donald Trump over “Crooked Hillary” in 2016, which according to that pathetic, whining loser (and unindicted felon) made me a “deplorable” and automatically classified me as a “racist,” and every other pejorative word these leftist loons can think of. What ever happened to “Crooked Hillary” and her husband, Bill Clinton? But I digress.

Now, let me get back to that eminent psychologist, Mr. Peter Wolf, who I will now expose as a vicious liar. The dictionary definition of “lie” is either to make an untrue statement with intent to deceive, or to create a false and misleading impression.

Near the beginning of Mr. Wolf’s May 20 Point of View, he talked about an “old letter from (me) in 2019, describing the entrance of immigrants to the United States as a ‘locust-like invasion.’”

Unfortunately for Mr. Wolf, I keep copies of my letters. In the Aug. 1, 2019 Point of View he is referring to, I said I would “discuss various aspects of the extremely serious, locust-like invasion of this country by ‘illegal aliens’ — which happens to be the exact words used by U.S. Sen. Chuck Schumer and his Democratic colleagues in 2009.”

I went on to talk about how the politically correct term “undocumented immigrants” is “only a recent, phony expression intentionally invented by Democratic Party politicians to detract attention away from the criminality of the illegals.”

As you can now plainly see, my 2019 submission was not about “immigrants” — a word which readers automatically associate with people who follow the rules and enter this blessed country legally — but about “illegal aliens.” The lawbreakers.

Peter Wolf wrote that particular paragraph — which had nothing to do with the topic of race relations — and especially and dishonestly used the word “immigrant” as a deliberate and vicious attempt to discredit me and my point of view. This was an abominable tactic right out of Saul Alinsky’s “Rules for Radicals.”

Why? Because he didn’t have the facts or intelligence to rebut the truth of what I had to say about the Black Lives Matter organization — which incidentally took in a lucrative $90 million in contributions last year — or the destructive political influence of Black racists in the Democratic Party, and on its policies affecting Jews.

Mr. Wolf intentionally wrote a paragraph deliberately meant to deceive the readers of The Riverdale Press by creating a false, misleading impression of something I wrote.

Later in his Point of View, in a further attempt to deceive readers, he used the neutral word “death” to describe the demise of Gavin Cato and Yankel Rosenbaum during the Crown Heights pogrom. Gavin Cata was the Black child who was accidentally run over by a car during a Hasidic rabbi’s motorcade. Yankel Rosenbaum was the Jewish student intentionally stabbed to death and murdered during the ensuing riot.

To sum up, the unscrupulous Mr. Wolf arrogantly thought he could get away with his intentionally deceptive statements. This has now blown up in his face. He has now been exposed to readers as a morally deficient, credentialed lowlife whose words cannot be trusted.

Alvin Gordon

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Alvin Gordon,