Monday, October 13, 2008

Not part of the extended family

Via a google vanity search, it appears we've been linked to by "Final Conflict", a Third Positionist blog which doesn't like Aaro because they thought that his 2005 interview with Nick Griffin was isntrumental in moving the BNP toward a broadly pro-Israel agenda. With added assertions that Aaro and Nick Cohen are potentially in the pay of Mossad[1]. If I see any content plagiarised from AW on that site I'll be taking appropriate action, but at present there's just a link to AW (which, you might notice, isn't being reciprocated). Amused rather than enraged really; I'm perfectly happy that neither AW nor its comments section has any material which panders to racists.

[1] Classic sign of an amateur, by the way. The activities of the Mossad are really quite well-documented for anyone who cares to read up on the literature on intelligence services. Mossad have substantial operations internationally and carry out assassinations outside Israel, but they don't operate a particularly large network of "agents of influence" overseas. That sort of thing is taken care of by the Israeli State Department and isn't even part of the secret budget. They also appear to have got hold of the idea that MI5 is "pro-Zionist" which is to say the least not well-sourced.


Blogger Chardonnay Chap said...

Surely they could start a conspiracy theory. The Mossad agent leaning in the window frame bears a chilling likeness to this MI5 assassin. Documentary evidence of complicity on the intertrons!

10/13/2008 12:22:00 PM  
Blogger Robin said...

Based on this link:

I'm a tad bit suspicious of the claim that Griffin's BNP is really now "pro-Israel" - whatever public pronouncements they may make.

10/14/2008 10:43:00 AM  

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