E. Michael Jones, The Invisible Man at the Race Riots

E. Michael Jones [Editor’s note: Originally published 4 September 2020 but worthy of republication.] “History rolled right over my body.” — Sidney Rittenberg At the end of Euripedes’ play The Bacchae, Cadmus asks his daughter Agave, “What do you see?” Agave is sitting center stage with a severed human head in her lap. It is the head of her son Pentheus, who was torn limb from limb by the women of Thebes as they danced naked on the mountainside worshipping the Asiatic god Dionysos. Still intoxicated by the revelry that led to…