- "Hate," and "anti-Semitism," are simply propaganda words used to create two-dimensional caractures of a group one is opposed to.
Would the author describe Zionism as hate? Would he describe political correctness as hate? -- the idea that whites are enriched by the slow death of their race and civilization?
I would imagine that Palestinians would use the word hate to define Zionism, given the two generations of Zionist attrocities and aggression they have had to live with.
For most Jews, the idea of the Irish, Poles, Italians, Latvians, American whites, etc., seeking to endure as a people and control their own culture is hate, evil, bad-ism, etc.
But all that is is propaganda, as meaningless and distorted as the propaganda that neo-cons and Zionists are spewing towards the Iranians now.
Ultimately, to people like the author of this article, European-Americans like Carto are described with words like hate, simply because they resist Jewish power and resist the end of white sovereignty over land. (Posted on November 6, 2006, 11:23 am Jill)