The negation word game mentioned in Timothy Murray’s comment brings to mind E Michael Jones’ shallow argument that all White means to him is “not black”, which for me calls into question any other argument Jones makes about anything.
Googling “Hegel used Spinoza’s claim that every determination is a negation as the basis for his dialectic” returned no links to Jones, but the top hit was interesting.
Omnis determinatio est negatio”: determination, negation, and self-negation in Spinoza, Kant, and Hegel, by Yitzhak Y. Melamed.
I stopped reading a few paragraphs in, when this jew Melamed quotes jew Maimon’s claim that “the Kabbalah is nothing but expanded Spinozism”, and further, “that Spinoza is wrongly described as an ‘atheist,’ since in fact in his system only God truly exists”.
Maimon’s claims are remarkable because they fly in the face of the more common and spurious jew argument that Spinoza was no jew, or at least not a good jew. Indeed, Maimon makes the kind of claims of responsibility I referred to in The Enlightenment: Good for Whom?. These are admissions that bolder jews make once they deem their tribe’s crimes sufficiently white-washed, or at least that the targeted goyim no longer have the will or power to strike back.
Like Marx, Spinoza ranks among the jewiest of jews exactly because he is not generally recognized as a jew, and because his impact is not generally recognized as harming Whites or benefiting jews. The jewsmedia depiction and thus the popular perception is that Spinoza was a renegade jew, a hero who helped Europeans climb out of the Dark Age. In fact Spinoza pioneered a fresh phase of more stealthy and virulent anti-White jewing called the Enlightenment, which spawned both communism and liberalism, which have now combined and mutated into the increasingly naked war on Whites now commonly euphemized as “wokeness” or “wokeism”.