Gabriele Zamparini's campaign
against "genocide deniers" (anyone who disagrees with
him over Iraq mortality) continues. Remarkably, he appears to
accuse Stop the War Coalition, Znet and Media Workers
Against the War of being "silent" over the "scandal"
of their not censoring studies which disagree with Zamparini's
favoured ones (Lancet/ORB). Or something.
As well as generally irritating dissenters/campaigners (ZNet's
Albert calls Zamparini "contemptible") with his
arrogance and paranoia, Zamparini is resorting to fairly blatant
"I started to write about IBC as soon as it was clear
that IBC was a propaganda campaign. In other words, I started
to write about this issue as soon as the first Lancet study was
published [in 2004]." (Zamparini)
In fact Zamparini only started to write about the (laughably
and ironically so-called) "propaganda campaign" after
Medialens started their smear campaign against IBC in 2006. Between
2004 and 2006 he shared in the SHAMEFUL GUILT of the "silence"
of those antiwar groups whose apparent complicity in "genocide
denial" he now denounces. (Quadruple exclamation mark, anyone?)
If all of this sounds pretty weird - a sort of Stalinist Monty
Python sketch, but with no laughs - then all I can say is welcome
to Zamparini's World of Hysteria™
By reading as far as...................HERE,
you confirm that you are a genocide denier.
And, worse, you probably have a sense of humour too. You should
have stopped reading after the first line. Repent before it's