Monday, October 12, 2009

The Spot That Doesn't Go Away

In a prior edition of "Blood Libel spotting", I noted that Alison Weir of "If Americans Knew" gained the ignoble distinction of being the first person (that I know of) to purvey the original blood libel in a remotely mainstream media outlet (Counterpunch). Adam Holland did a delightful job taking the original piece apart. But Weir, undeterred, has doubled-down, mustering a surprisingly skimpy array of discredited bigots to her cause. There would be more, of course, but greater evidence is lacking because it is suppressed by the global Jewish conspiracy, whose opposition to this outrageous slander is actually simply a blanket assertion that "an entire population ... has never done anything wrong".

And the world turns.

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