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Jooglebombing — The Better Way?

I’ve done a longer posting on this subject over at Just Another Rant, but I figured my first posting to Jewschool should be something related to Jewschool’s efforts. In essence, I’ve taken a look at the contrasting ideological underpinnings of the Jooglebomb efforts and the RemoveJewWatch approach.

I have to believe that Jooglebombing, which does not seek to silence JewWatch, but rather seeks to confront it with more speech, is representative of a better way of approaching anti-Semitism. RemoveJewWatch, on the other hand, is about silencing and delegitimization. Sadly, the larger Jewish community has confronted the rising anti-Semitism linked to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict with this approach of delegitimization. Perhaps we could take the approach of Jewschool and its fellow Jooglebombers to heart in the larger context. Anyways, read more about it at the link above.

5 thoughts on “Jooglebombing — The Better Way?

  1. hahahahah
    Did Jew know that the Jewwatch org site has been hacked? Yo, I am not kidding Jew. It was swift like Jewjitsu. Jew know what I’m sayin? Do Jew? Yeah, but do Jew really??! Jew better. Or your sites next! 🙂

  2. Philosophically, ideologically confrontating evil is the only way to give rise to Truth. Righteous methods creates righteousness, and evil only rots righteousness.

  3. Well, like the old joke of the Jew reading the Pravda, because he likes hearing that the Jews run all, own all, etc., I went to read JewWatch yesterday, and had to use the Google archive, b/c it was down. w00t!

  4. It’s not about free speech, it’s about editorial responsibility. No medium (newspaper, TV, whatever) prints or distributes everything. Even every librarian must choose what to include. No one wants to stop JewWatch, but Google need not show it. Free Speech should not be a false idol.

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