George Monbiot decided to write yet another verbose smear against Chomsky, John Pilger, Ed Herman. and David Peterson in the pages of the Guardian. This time he decided to include Znet among his targets for good measure. Most comically. he attacks people he knows full well his editors will never permit an adequate right to reply but deludes himself that he is taking a courageous stand. At the same time, he remains conspicuously silent about a gross example of genocide denial by his bosses at the Guardian.
Re: My fiight may be hopeless…infectious idiocy and denial on the Left
Dear George Monbiot;
I copied you on this email below weeks ago immediately after the Guardian and Observer both respectfully gave a platform to a perpetrator of genocide, Guatemalan President Otto Perez Molina. Your response to it thus far has been silence, as I anticipated. It should therefore be obvious why I find your latest broadside against Chomsky, Herman, Peterson, Pilger – and now Znet – particularly cowardly and ridiculous.
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We have to find new solutions to Latin America's drugs nightmare
Dear Guardian / Observer editors:
This article appeared on the Guardian's Comment is Free website.
If the Guardian / Observer gives a platform to a perpetrator of genocide,
The United Nations sponsored Truth Commission issued a report on war crimes
As Rights Action stated in a letter to the UN Special Raporteur on Torture
"In 1982, Perez Molina held the rank of Major, and was in a command
Annie Bird, of Rights Action, sends you the attached video
for your review"