pseudo-parliamentary committee calling itself the Canadian Parliamentary Coalition to Combat Anti-Semitism (CPCCA) issued a report calling on the federal government to adopt a definition of anti-Semitism that would criminalize criticism of the state of Israel.Yeah, it sucks when people focus on your infamy and expose it to the light of day (instead of, you know, focusing on eee-vil Israel a la the UN/IOC and an academia that's been compromised--ruined--by Marxist proclivities and Saudi shekels). Summoning up their highest dudgeon (which is very high indeed), these academics insist that such exposure is merely "an excuse for censorship." But what they're really saying is that they don't like hearing voices of defiance, and would prefer if the non-Quislings would please shut the hell up. In other words, their notion that non-"progressives" want to censor people is, quite simply, a matter of their projecting their own true desires onto others.
Thursday, July 21, 2011
Useful Idiots of Academe Can't Stand the Heat of Zionhass Exposure
Behold, one of the most heinous, sickening sights of our time--academics, so-called "progressives," who have succumbed to the siren song of Zionhass, er, sorry, "justice" for Palestine. In a piece published in the National Post, several of these useful idiots, some of them Jewish, decry the recent