If a “white supremacist” website posted something even suggesting such a thing — like, oh, this piece in the National Post — the “white supremacist” site would have been shut down (at taxpayer expense) by the same individual who is suing us — and who has received awards and copious praise and support from his best friends at…
the Canadian Jewish Congress.
Also? She’s wrong:
The contemporary human-rights movement is demonstrably not the product of a revulsion against the worst crimes of Nazism. For one thing, the Holocaust did not figure in the deliberations that led up to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights adopted by the UN in 1948.
As Moyn notes, “In real time, across weeks of debate around the Universal Declaration in the UN General Assembly, the genocide of the Jews went unmentioned in spite of the frequent invocation of other dimensions of Nazi barbarity.” (…)
Contrary to received history, the rise of human rights had very little to do with the worst crime against humanity ever committed.