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    • Michael Greenberg
    • 14.07.10 | 22:09 (IDT)

    Finally an artist (that's another debate--but anyway) who hasd the cOJONES to stand up and not kow-tow to "Political Correctness" and the Leftist lemming-like stampede to join in the "fashionable" idea du jour and copy-cat the the predictably lazy and ignorant "IN-MOB"... Presumably his for FANS ONLY sake/shed the politics mantra means he might also perform for fans who say were in Nazi Germany if he lived then(in which case he would not be so lauded for his apolitical stance) -but I would hope even HE has a line he would not cross 9but who knows?). WELL at least he has stood up to the Leftist-Islamic -Pro-PAL Alliance ,suspecting that its agenda against Israel is as biased as the "Zionist Project" seems to them -but deep down he probably KNOWS that TRUTH in history is many degrees more on the side of the "ZP"...and that is certainly more laudible than the "join on the banwagon of fashionable PC " artists like the cancellationist Elvis Costellos et al.

    from the article: Johnny Rotten: Hate mail won't cause me to cancel Tel Aviv show
    First published 14:51 14.07.10 | Last updated 14:51 14.07.10
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