Sydney Morning Herald columnist Mike Carlton, and cartoonist Glen Le Lievre, are predictably the latest "terror targets" for The Australian Jewish [sic: Zionist] News.
So heinous is their 'crime' that they've been the subject (along with Chanel 9's 60 Minutes) of a massive front page editorial bombardment in the August 1 issue. Here's the relevant bit:
"As for Carlton's column, that was altogether more insidious. Not only were we treated to baseless accusations of 'genocide' and 'ethnic cleansing' on Israel's part, but then there was a subtle shift. These were crimes being committed by 'a people with a proud liberal tradition of scholarship and culture, who hold the Warsaw Ghetto and the six million dead of the Holocaust at the centre of their race memory'.
"This column was no longer about a country, this was about a people and a race - a people and a race who should know better because of what they themselves went through. In short, you Jews are the same as the Nazis, worse perhaps because you choose to ignore the lessons of your own history.
"How low can a columnist in a mainstream newspaper sink?
"And then, to illustrate the point, a cartoon featuring a big-nosed, bespectacled Jew, the kind that would have featured in Der Sturmer, wearing a kippah and with a Star of David scrawled on the back of his armchair - just in case it wasn't quite clear he was Jewish - pressing a remote control that detonates an explosion in Gaza...
"If you haven't done so already, consider cancelling your Fairfax subscriptions today." (MEDIA DISGRACE: Shame on those Australian journalists who are fanning the flames of hatred against Jews and Israel)
The confected outrage on display here highlights the always shifting goalposts of the Zionist propaganda game.
On the one hand, the targeted journalists (Carlton & Le Lievre) are slammed (a fave Murdoch/Zionist press word) for allegedly not differentiating between Israel and Jews in general. On the other, this accusation comes from a rag in which every effort, in every issue, in true Zionist style, is made to conflate being a Jew with support for Israel.