Friday, July 23, 2010

Mark Gardner (CST) Goes Bonkers: Boney M and antisemitism...

By the Rivers of Brown Sauce

In a post at Harry's Place, Mark Gardner goes wild in the country with a post titled “By the Rivers of Babylon”: Denying Jewish History.

It's too funny to completely rip apart, so read it yourself. These sheople find antisemitism in empty cookie jars.

On this bit:

Furthermore, the age old association of Jews with Zion exposes, yet again, the hysterical invitations to antisemitism provided by the regular bastardisation of the word Zionism in today’s media and politics.

... comments 'johng':

Who knew that you could expose all critics of Zionism as making hysterical invitations to antisemitism by simply referring to a Boney M song?

Perhaps if Sands had only listened everything would be ok (one recalls critiques of his insufficient exhaustion of sources with amusement). No wonder they feared this song at a Palestinian solidarity gig.

Well done.


At 2:04 PM, Blogger joe90 kane said...

By the Rivers of Brown Sauce
- Ace title.

johng is a class act.

I never realised there was so much antisemitism in the world.
I listen to BBC Radio 3 and not once have I heard them play Boney M 'By The Rivers of Babylon'.

It's only when these things get pointed out, by the likes of Mark Gardner at CST, that I begin to realise how big the hidden antisemitic anti-zionist agenda is.

all the best

At 2:51 PM, Blogger Gert said...


It was either that or 'By the Brown Sauce of Babylon'!

It sure is evidence: AS is everywhere, old (well practically since the beginning of time itself), omnipresent, immutably Goyish! And since the development of the handy device of the 'self-hating Jew', the quota have shot up considerably. Mazel tov!


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