That’s the only conclusion I can come to, upon hearing that one of the Official Jews has endorsed a guide to “Online Hate.”
Now, I don’t see what’s wrong with “hate” in the first place, but a “non-profit” group in Ottawa (where else?) apparently gets my tax money to call me a bigot, and Len Rudner and his ilk need to do something once in a while if they want to keep their highly paid phony baloney jobs, so…
Here’s my brief guide to the Guide:
- It doesn’t mention Islam
- It defines racists as people who condemn “reverse racism”
- It was produced by the Media Awareness Network, who don’t seem to like white people very much (isn’t “don’t like very much” almost the same as “hate”?)
I, on the other hand, mention Islam a lot.
I condemn “reverse racism” frequently, and don’t believe white people are evil.
In fact, I don’t believe in “racism” at all, because the word hasn’t had a definition I can take seriously for decades. At this point, a racist is simply “someone who is winning an argument with a liberal, often using inconvenient statistics and facts” and/or “who dares to discuss even the most innocuous matters of race in public, in ways that were commonplace only one generation ago, i.e., wondering why so many Asians seem to be lousy drivers.”
As you can see, according to this Guide, you need to click away from this blog right now and call the police.
No, really: read the article. “Calling the police” is mentioned more than once.
So I’m inviting Len Rudner personally to call the police and report my hate blog.
If he doesn’t, then Len Rudner is a coward and a hypocrite.
It’s really just that simple.
UPDATE: “‘Indian’ is just a social construct” (Thanks to the 5FF reader who sent this in):