March 18, 2006

Responding to hatred

The London Review of Books has published an attack on Americans Jews under cover of a supposed critique of the “Israel Lobby.” The London Review of Books has previously made available the repellent views of Anatol Lieven.

Interestingly, the London Review of Books receives public assistance thanks to the Arts Council. Why are British taxpayers and punters subsidizing prejudice?

The response to this chauvinism, as to the similar bigotry that others have been on the receiving end of, will be reason and ridicule, argument and analysis. No embassies will be burned down in responding to this hated filled evacuation.

Andrew Apostolou (birthday suit blogger).

Posted by Andrew Apostolou at March 18, 2006 7:51 AM
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