I too am deeply concerned by reports that the EU is to make holocaust denial an offence (Liberal England, Iain Dale). I’m intrigued though by the suggestion that the Religious and Racial Hatred Act already covers the scope of this law. What this means is twofold: firstly, a backdoor offence of holocaust denial has already… Continue reading Holocaust denial ban? Don’t blame the EU!
Whatever your views on Brian Ferry’s barmy comments about the Nazis’ sense of style, I find it a little hard to see how boycotting Marks & Spencer can be seen as striking a blow against anti-semitism. Normally such boycotts are organised by anti-Zionists. Clearly they can’t win.
Sorry to keep returning to the subject of poo this week, but I thought this one needed a slight follow up. Postapoo issued a press statement on their website yesterday for a couple of hours, but it quite quickly disappered. But their defence, which you can glean from news stories, is that a) they’ve never… Continue reading Postapoo: it’s not racist to preach hatred