Monday, April 26, 2004

Its Official: Anti-semitism has been redefined: "Webster's Third New International Dictionary defines 'anti-Semitism' as 'opposition to Zionism: sympathy with opponents of the state of Israel'.

"'Our job,' [Webster's official publicist, Mr Arthur Bicknell] responded, 'is to accurately reflect English as it is actually being used. We don't make judgement calls; we're not political.' ... He says that the dictionary's editors tabulate 'citational evidence' about anti-Semitism published in 'carefully written prose-like books and magazines'."

Not so many years ago anti-semitism meant nothing less than the worst kind of racial hatred conceivable, culminating in the Holocaust. Look at what it means now, thanks to Zionism and its immense propaganda/ideological effort...

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