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Brussels Journal Reposts Antisemitic Article

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Looks like I’ll have to withdraw my kudos to Paul Belien of Brussels Journal for deleting that article from an antisemitic web site. He’s reposted it: What Policies Are Good for Israel?

Mr. Belien explains his decision in a comment:

Reposted
Submitted by Paul Belien on Sat, 2007-11-17 12:28.

I deleted this page from TBJ because American friends asked me to do so. Friends are under attack from Little Green Footballs (LGF) because TBJ quoted the above sentences from Paul Gottfried. Today, however, I notice that the great Charles Johnson (PBUH) himself links to the above article. Hence, the question: If Charles Johnson (PBUH) is allowed to link to this, why am I not allowed to post an interesting quote from it? Because I am a European, hence tainted with “racism,” “anti-Semitism,” “neo-Nazism,”… while Charles Johnson (PBUH) is an American hedonist?? Or because, as the fans of the great Charles Johnson (PBUH) say, this website is in the habit of posting “pieces of trash”?

I won’t dignify this bizarre rant with a reply, except to say that it’s very clarifying.

But I recommend reading the other comments in that thread at Brussels Journal, especially the ones from “captainchaos.”

And note that at least one reader of Brussels Journal—who previously was a strong defender of Brussels Journal and the Vlaams Belang—has apparently had an epiphany:

Looks like Charles Johnson was right after all
Submitted by lmhough1 on Fri, 2007-11-16 01:35.

Well, at least we all know where things stand.

I had some doubts until now, but I guess there is no longer any reason for some contributors here to hide how they really feel, or lurk without posting their contributions on “the jewish problem”.

Bye.

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