But Don't Accuse Them of Being Anti-Semites...
The 9/11 deniers constantly express outrage whenever we compare them to anti-Semites or Holocaust deniers. Nothing could be further from the truth, they insist. Well if this is so, then why do they constantly use them as sources for their arguments? I missed this when I first posted on Adri Mehra's latest editorial in the University of Minnesota's student newspaper, but some of the commenters, and a letter writer caught it:
Bad sourcing Whatever shreds of credibility Adri Mehra might have possessed vanished in his last article, in which he cited David Irving's Action Report Web site, seemingly in good faith. Irving is a renowned racist and is classified as a Holocaust denier by 11 countries and by countless organizations and academics. How can Mehra invoke Irving's name in good conscience? I think he owes the Daily and its readers an explanation for this unprecedented and offensive choice of sources.