Thursday, July 21, 2011

NOW Magazine's Flotilla Post Mortem a Tender 'Love Story'

The hero of the kooky lefty rag's flotilla saga is one Stephan Corriveau, the dude who decamped to the French contribution to the flotilla once it became clear that the Canucki boat was going nowhere fast. Corriveau, notes NOW, has been in the activist biz for ages, but nothing compares to his latest passion:
His activist game has been a long one, dating from South African anti-apartheid work to anti-sexual-repression fights with the Catholic Church. But “Palestine,” he told me as we headed to the then secret location of The Tahrir in the tourist town of Agios Nikolaos, “is my first love.”
Spoken by a true Naqba nutter.

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