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November 28, 2003 - Image 24

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-28

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"Sartre's" Bias

Was it anti-Semitism, or just bad writ-
ing? Jewish groups were debating that
this week with a sharp partisan edge after
a Web site run by Republican supporters
published and then immediately
removed a scathing column about inter-
national financier George Soros, who has
pledged to use a considerable portion of
his wealth to unseat President George W.
Bush.
The article on GOPUSA, a popular
Web site that regularly features such con-
servative luminaries as
Linda Chavez, Alan Keyes
and David Horowitz, was
written by a regular con-
tributor who uses the pen
name "Sartre."
In the Soros attack,
Sartre charged that "no
Soros
other single person repre-
cents the symbol and the
substance of globalism more than this
Hungarian-born descendant of Shylock.
He is the embodiment of the Merchant
from Venice."
The writer cited Malaysian Prime
Minister Mahathir Mohamad, who he
said "blamed the American billionaire for
nearly ruining Malaysia's economy with
massive currency speculation." That was
the same prime minister who recently
said that the Jews "rule the world by
proxy" and urged a gathering of Islamic
leaders to unite against this "enemy."
That apparently impressed Sartre, who
added that Mohamed was "just stating
the truth ..." When Salon and other Web
publications blasted the article, it was
quickly removed from the GOPUSA
Web site.,
After the column was removed from
the GOPUSA Web site — which is not
an official affiliate of the Republican
party — it vas posted on Sartre's own
home page, which is devoted to the bat-
tle by "traditional" conservatives against
"neoconservatives," many of whom are
prominent figures in the Bush adminis-
tration.
In an editorial, Sartre said, "The truth
about an admitted atheist is too much
for apologists of the chosen people to
handle. The ultimate racism comes from
those who claim unnatural superiority.
"How can sincere Jewish clergy guise
their own insecurity by ignoring the
crimes and scams of the world's most
corrupt financial manipulator? Could it
be that this crowd is less than moral
themselves?" ❑

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