The Iranian Embassy in Canada is already closed, but the fact doesn’t mean that the presence of the murderous Muslim regime is gone. The mad mullahs from Tehran do everything in their power to continue the sinister propaganda of the Khomeinist regime. The theocracy, established by Ayatollah Khomeini, who used to provide expert tips on having sex with babies and sheep, uses the generously financed news agency Press TV to make the charms of Khomeinism widely known in Canada.
It is hard to believe that a Canadian journalist in his right mind would work for the propaganda wing of the world shiah terrorism. But we have such a person in Canada – Joshua Blakeney has been a dedicated propagandist of Press TV for years. His writings rival even the kookiest conspiracy theories. His latest opus deals with an alleged threatening e-mail that he supposedly received from JDL-Canada:
He has the appearance of someone who does his hair by dipping his head into a vat of sulfuric acid, but his looks aren’t the only thing about Iran’s man in Canada, Joshua Blakeney, that has ‘crazy’ written all over it.
Blakeney is the Canadian correspondent for Iran’s English-language propaganda service, Press TV, as well as the Canadian Bureau Chief for the antisemtic, Holocaust-denying website Veterans Today, and a sometime contributor to the Canadian left-wing hotbed for antisemitism, rabble.ca.
Today, Blakeney is trying to make a splash for himself today by claiming he received a “threatening” email from the Jewish Defense League and his employers at Press TV have plastered it on the Internet.
Except that Meir Weinstein, in an email exchange with me, has explicitly denied that the JDL sent the email in question to Blakeney.
Blakeney alleges that the email purportedly from the JDL contains the sentence, “When we are attacked by hate-filled antisemites like you, we respond with all the resources at our disposal, and with extreme prejudice.”
But bolstering JDL Director Weinstein’s denial of the email originating with his group is the fact Blakeney has produced neither a name nor an email address associated with the supposed threat he claims to have received.
Along with his detestation of Israel, Blakeney is a well-known figure among Canadian 9-11 conspiracy theorists. If that isn’t enough of an indication of Blakeney’s challenges with rational thought, there is the line from his own website in which he brags his “work has been quoted and referred to in media venues including The National Post. “
What suggests there may be something very odd about Joshua Blakeney is that it doesn’t require too subtle a reading of the National Post’s articles referencing him to see they imply that the Canadian Press TV correspondent is a raving mental case. But I guess when you’re as apparently detached from reality as Blakeney, there really is no such thing as bad publicity.
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