Monday, April 8, 2013

The HuffPost's Nazifest 2013

Yesterday was Holocaust Remembrance Day in Israel, and the Huffington Post dutifully provided a platform for their readership to spew denial, baiting, Israel-bashing, and the general anti-Semitism we have come to expect from the most prominent internet newspaper. Though Matt and I were out of town one of our readers helpfully provided some screengrabs. Thanks very much to him, though I wish he wasn't able to find any. As you will see, moderation was in effect and comments were being deleted, I guess the moderators "missed" quite a few. Here are only some examples of the kind of hate that is now common on the Huffington Post.

Let's start with some top favorited comments:





And then the rest:
























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