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Israel stung the frog, now it’s gonna drown.” Walt’s readers live through his posts and feed off of the legitimacy bestowed on him by mainstream American cultural institutions—Harvard, which employs him; Farrar, Straus and Giroux, which published his book, and and The Washington Post Company, which host his blog.

“But in the course of building that traffic they’re surfacing some fairly dreadful invective about Jews.

I don’t think they’d be comfortable surfacing the same kind of invective about African-Americans or other groups.

From blogs and bulletin boards, Jew-baiting soon entered the mainstream publishing industry, most famously with the publication of Stephen Walt and John Mearsheimer’s to AIPAC—who intentionally deceived the American public and subverted “true” U. If not quite as popular as adult-content sites, the anti-Israel blogosphere is a dirty little thrill that major U. media outfits have mainstreamed for the masses, the intellectual equivalent of the topless “Page Three” girls that British tabloids use to boost circulation.

the ‘Jews are.” The authority that Cal cites for his creepy, conspiratorial worldview is none other than the blog’s author: “[A]s before, Walt is right, has been right.

“Walt often provokes heated debate with his blog posts, and we are attentive to making sure that offensive comments are taken down,” she later explained in an email.” Many of Shingo’s similar comments remain live, however.

Another typical comment, by a reader named Cal, also disappeared after I contacted .

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