Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Christopher Hitchens and genocide
He’s for it, says Justin Raimondo

New LRC columnist Joshua Snyder further explains:
"If there is no God, then all things are permissible," wrote Fyodor Mikhailovich Dostoevsky into the speech of one of his characters, presaging the horrors of the coming century of gas chambers and gulags.
And this. (And don’t say this hypothesis can’t happen. It’s all connected whether stated positively — the seamless garment — or negatively — the culture of death.)

Iranian TV
  • More civilised than American free TV: instead of cheaply made game shows/contests they still make historical-drama miniseries.
  • ...the series has a more subtle message: that there is a difference between Jews and Zionists. One Jewish character, the uncle of the Frenchwoman who escapes to Iran, is depicted as brutal and manipulative. He has ties to Israel.
Back then it was probably the terrorists bombing the British trying to create the state of Israel (yes, when European Jews do it it’s terrorism).

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