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Holocaust Remembrance Day and Reality Reversal

Posted by admin on January 28, 2013

In a world increasingly willing to call evil good and good evil, it should not surprise us that even Holocaust Memorial Day would be used as an opportunity to portray Jewish victims as perpetrators of atrocities. British commentator Melanie Phillips has written a post that exposes the reality-reversing moral sickness of a Liberal Democrat MP. Britain, too, has those who engage in the kind of moral inversion displayed by leaders at Tear Fund and Laidlaw College.

Read Melanie Phillips’ article here.

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