Saturday, June 5, 2010

Moving Into the Light

Seeking insight into modern-day Jew-hate in all its revolting manifestations? Let the Ceej CEO (one of the prime movers and shakers of Canadian state censorship, a means, he thinks, of "protecting" Jews from the sort of "Nazis" his bloodhound Richard Warman used to sniff out on the Internet before his "gotcha" career was so rudely interrupted) enlighten you. Free of charge. Sort of:
A JOURNEY FROM DARKNESS TO ACTION:
Canadian Jewish Congress CEO Bernie M. Farber is pleased to offer this informative and passionate presentation to all Jewish organizations at no cost.*

As the CEO of Canadian Jewish Congress, Mr. Farber is recognized as one of Canada’s foremost authorities on antisemitism. At a time when antisemitism is on the rise world-wide, Farber has developed a presentation that explains the historical phenomena of antisemitism, its progression from the early days of the 20th century to the new strain we all face today.

Entitled Jewish honour in the face of 21st century antisemitism the address is told in a stark, yet appealing manner that is interactive and totally engaging. This is one presentation that you will want your community to experience.
*Incidental and out-of-town travel costs are not included.
"Stark yet appealing," eh? Isn't that how censorship-buffs might well describe their favourite section of Canada's "human rights" legislation? Too bad the triskaidekephobes, the spoil-sports, have effectively deactivated it. Oh, well. There's always the "hate speech" provisions of Canada's Criminal Code, the ones that ensure "hateful" Christians get clobbered while hateful Muslims are free to go about their business, spewing Judenhass to their heart's delight (while police string along the Jews and are indoctrinated in "sensitivity" by Commissar Barbara Hall).

1 comment:

paul said...

"Stark yet appealing,
Entertaining yet educational,
Dark yet light."

Seems like Bubble Boy is getting pro-active on the issues of the day.

(beam me up Scotty, there's no intelligent life here.)