Wednesday, April 08, 2009


Jew Michael Brull on name-calling:
Desperate to promote Israeli Government policy, the Australian Jewish establishment has resorted to calling all kinds of people anti-Semites — even Jews.
It's therefore reasonable to assume this comment from managing editor Rod McGuinness refers to Zionists attacking those speaking truth to Jewish power:
We have been following the comments on this article and as you may be aware, deleted some over the past few days.

We have been very concerned at the number of personal attacks and comments which do not contribute to the discussion.

For these reasons we are suspending comments on this article. We are also reflecting on our current policy of moderating comments.
In fact, the most significant of the deleted comments claimed the holocaust was a beat-up:
It is pretty fair to say that historians have shown that 6 million jews did not die in the "holocaust", maybe 1 or 2 million among 70 million other people.
McGuinness should have made this clear.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Marilyn was spinning the same lines over at Webdiary, too, during and after the war in Gaza recently. They published her, too.

1:34 PM  
Anonymous Dan Lewis said...

And I meant to write "too discerning". Geez I hate the inevitable typo when pointing out that someone else is barely literate.

8:11 PM  
Anonymous J F Beck said...

Interesting that a Brit would pedantically point out a spelling that's the British variant of a word.

11:49 AM  
Anonymous Minicapt said...

"Have you read the Bible? In just the first five or six books ..." is a archtypical statement from a person who hasn't read the Bible, whose subsequent pronouncements are inevitably plagerised from other equally ignorant persons. Quoting from Leviticus, for example, is a guarantee of such ignorance. You might well use Richard Dawkins' philosophical arguments against the existence of God. As a philosopher, he is a fairly competent biologist.


1:47 PM  

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