14 November 2006

"Anti-War" and Dubious Connections

Some people have argued that the current British antiwar movement (StWC) supports quasi-fascists (the insurgency) in Iraq, is home to a soft form of anti-Jewish racism ("we are all Hezbollah") and even allows racist chants on their demonstrations ("Khaiber, Khaiber, Ya Yahud, Jaish Muhammad Safayahood", which translates into, "Khaibar, Khaibar, O Jews, the army of Mohammed is coming for you").

Now you might think that the StWC would be a bit more careful with what they use on their web site?

No, they will happily post items from people (Stephen Lendmen) that are lionised on web sites of notorious antisemites (Andrew Winkler) and Holocaust revisionists (Ziopedia). [Right hand side half way down their main page, which leds to http://sf.indymedia.org/print.php?id=1732540 and his blog http://sjlendman.blogspot.com/ bottom right are links to therebel.org and ziopedia]

Of course, it may just be a mistake.

It may just be that the Webmaster at StWC doesn't know how to google a name or two.

Or it may be that she/he doesn't know what Holocaust revisionism is or who Andrew Winkler is [hint: he likes Zundel], but 3-5 minutes of research would have saved them considerable embarrassment.

That is, if they are embarrassed? What next?

Will StWC link to David Duke’s “antiwar” rantings or Pat Buchanan?

1 comment:

SnoopyTheGoon said...

Good stuff. A word of caution, though: you do not want to create more links to this garbage. Putting a link between two underscore (_) characters will help to avoid this.