A casual reader opening the
As far as I know, Mr Jazbhay has not been invited to join in these celebrations, nor has the
The reader will find in Jazbhay’s letter the usual litany of complaints against
In fact, the reader would be astonished by any attempt at a contextualised or informative letter since this would be contrary to the objective of the game which, as even the most casual reader understands, is to throw as much mud as possible at
What the ordinary reader will not know (but may guess) is the most of the “accusations” are endlessly recycled half-truths, distortions or outright lies. What the ordinary reader will not know is who and what is driving this campaign of nasty anti-Semitism or political propaganda under the guise of moral indignation. But, once again, it is not too difficult to surmise.
But in reply to Jazbhay and his ilk,