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July 27, 2012

"The Guardian and Glenn Greenwald: The anti-imperialism of fools"


Adam Levick, Managing Editor of CiF Watch, an independent project of CAMERA, writes the following in his article "The Guardian and Glenn Greenwald: The anti-imperialism of fools" published by the Times of Israel:

The Guardian’s most egregious moral blind spot – especially in light of the media group’s claim to represent anti-racist values – pertains to their editors’ licensing of commentators who possess an antipathy towards Jews and routinely advance tropes indistinguishable from what is normally associated with far-right Judeophobia.

Read the entire article here.

Posted by at July 27, 2012 01:39 PM


Thank you for writing this. People need to know what a despicable person Glenn Greenwald is. Sadly, his departure from Salon won't end its virulent anti-Semitism.

Posted by: Laura E. at July 27, 2012 07:54 PM

Greenwald vociferously defended Anthony Weinberg when virtually no one in the media did. Smearing him as an "anti-Semite" is laughable and is just further proof that the charge is now regarded as the boy who cried wolf. Greenwald assails The Israel Lobby andji its wicked and odious supporters - NOT JEWS.

Posted by: jim at August 7, 2012 08:04 AM

Jim, there is no "wicked and odious" Israel lobby, and you are despicable for claiming so. You should obviously be commenting on a hateful anti-Israel Website. Go find one; there are many. And leave those of us who support Israel's right to exist in peace and security alone, you racist.

Posted by: Sara at August 10, 2012 01:34 PM

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