Monthly Archives: October 2012

Genre writer Michael Bishop praises rabid anti-Semite Pat Buchanan, quoting the Holocaust Revisionist with approval, even as Buchanan hints the US led intervention in Iraq is a sinister Jewish plot Part 2

This article continues where the previous (and first) Michael Bishop article left off. Indeed that first article is necessary background reading for this one, it sets the context for the sequel. The beef in the sandwich there revolves around Michael … Continue reading

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Liberal genre writer Michael Bishop swoons over rabid anti-Semitic Holocaust Revisionist Pat Buchanan’s take on Israel. Bishop uses the lame pretext of the Iraqi Abu Ghraib prison scandal to commend Buchanan’s Jew nation baiting Part 1

Michael Bishop is a well-known and respected SF writer, who has been around for an age. His website over here. (He is not to be confused with the Nobel Laureate scientist of the same name) He has earned considerable acclaim … Continue reading

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Updated Apologies to Jeff VanderMeer: I had assumed wrongly that you were the author of that anti-Semitic ‘Peace is Heresy’ drivel, featured at your own blog back in 2006, that never got any public criticism or rebuke from you whatsoever. Article is now trashed

OK I screwed up. I know I know. Apologies to genre editor and writer Jeff VanderMeer, who I had just assumed was the author of an outrageous piece of moronic and extremely anti-Semitic palaver, a blog post entitled ‘Peace is … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces: On coincidences pertaining to this blog, its themes and controversies and the wolf motif in the SF blogosphere

Upfront I admit that this posting is kinda strange and something of a change of pace and tone. Lighten things up a bit… I gotta say – quite unashamedly – that I am one of these people who loves to … Continue reading

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UPDATED Liberal Jewish genre writer Chuck Rothman disputes the fact that Tangent editor Dave Truesdale is a Holocaust Revisionist, inspite of my extensive series evidencing all this. A reply to Rothman’s & Truesdale’s responses to this article

Scroll down for the update (23rd October), where I reply to Rothman and Truesdale, both of them actually having the gall to respond to this article! Not that it’s really surprising at all. There is a further update from 2015, … Continue reading

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Updated 2015 A reply to Adam-Troy Castro’s sincere commentary on my article: The huge and heated fall-out to the Genevieve Valentine/Ren√© Walling Readercon alleged sexual harrasment incident in contrast to the deafening silence, denials and worse in response to vicious anti-Semitism from genre pros

There was this commentary by American Jewish genre writer Adam-Troy Castro at the webnews.sff.net board, in reply to this recent article of mine. [Update 2015¬†These webnews sff threads are no longer accessible, that is those from pre-2013 or 2014, at … Continue reading

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On Michael Levy’s inadvertently revealing Strange Horizons book review of Israeli SF writer Lavie Tidhar’s alternative history novel Osama

There is a book review at the widely followed Strange Horizons of Lavie Tidhar’s 2011 novel Osama, by academic Michael Levy that is very telling, even if inadvertently so. It is from September 2011, reviewed on the week of the … Continue reading

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