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My New Policy

posted by David Klinghoffer

…on comments, in case you hadn’t noticed already, is to unpublish not only sock puppets but anything and everything written — past, present, and future — by any guest whose comments tend to be moronic, anti-Semitic, etc., even if he chances to say something innocuous. Any such idiot who tries getting on another computer with another IP address, using a new pseudonym, and then complains about censorship, will be deleted. 

No, no don’t thank me. It’s no trouble. It’s my pleasure.


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Phillip Marlowe

posted October 15, 2009 at 7:57 pm


Well, of course you’re going to do this. Don’t Jews love censorship? Especially now that White people are waking up to them across the world?
Oh, yeah, I’m certain you’ll delete this too. But that’s OK, I’m pleased that you read it.
Come by my blog and get a eyefull, Jew.



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David Klinghoffer

posted October 15, 2009 at 8:02 pm


You know, this one (“Phillip Marlowe”) I think I’ll leave up just for the sake of calling a coward a coward to his face — or anyway to his chicken-hearted pseudonym. Do indeed visit his website and you’ll see why I make a policy of unpublishing many comments.



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Turmarion

posted October 15, 2009 at 8:48 pm


I’d like to give you kudos here, David–the website is indeed revolting and repellent. All blogs and forums worth reading are moderated and edited, as necessary. Trolls never seem to understand that, though.
Now if we could talk about octopi, aliens, and God’s image…. ;)



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Tom

posted October 16, 2009 at 3:27 pm


So Marlowe is the Jack Chick of Jews.  Interesting (unless of course it’s sockpuppetry :)



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Michael Peterson

posted October 16, 2009 at 3:29 pm


Thank you, David. Truth be told, the content of more than a few of your critics drove me away from your website … an absence I much regretted.
… and along Tumerion’s excellent suggestion: Let’s get back to the subjects at hand.
Peace,
Michael



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