Thursday, March 20, 2014

Finland: Magneetti Media site continues to propagate antisemitism

In October 2013 Juha Kärkkäinen, the owner of Magneetti Media, a free distribution newspaper and website, was fined for "inciting to hatred against an ethnic group" and ordered to remove antisemitic articles from his site.

As Algemeiner pointed out at the time, the antisemitic articles weren't removed immediately,
On the Magneetti Media website, on Tuesday, Kärkkäinen’s newspaper continued with his Jew hate. On the front page, Magneetti Media republished a story from June that tried to tie Israel to the U.S. government’s NSA snooping scandal. Another front page post in the video section of the homepage is a YouTube clip of Brother Nathaniel, a man with a thick, New York accent dressed as an orthodox Christian priest peddling the “Jews control the media” trope.
The articles that were on focus during the trial, screeds about rabbis, the Rothschild family tree, Jews controlling the media, and other anti-Semitic story lines that The Algemeiner reported on in July, were still posted online at the Magneetti Media website on Tuesday. 

In fact, they're still online. 

Now, five months later, I happened across this fascinating article on "understanding Antisemitism".  Posted a couple of weeks ago, it includes a YouTube clips which justifies antisemitism.  

The article is illustrated with Carlos Latuff's "Never Again / Over Again!" cartoon.

Needless to say, this article is just a drop of water in the sea of Jew and Israel hatred that is Magneetti Media.  Other recently posted articles bring David Duke's opinions on the "Secret Behind Communism" (hint: it's the Jews), and on why the West supports the Islamists in Syria and not Assad and his peaceful charity-group Hezbolla cohorts (hint: Jews again).

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