Am very busy today, but couldn't stop myself doing a bit of surfing while I ate my lunch, and thought I'd report back.
A non-priggish Andy Newman remembers the late John Smith. Anthony Painter has an interesting conversation with a BNP voter. Rosie is with Charlie Brooker on the BNP. The Forward calls Daniel Kahn the rebellious Jewish son of Woody Guthrie and Bertolt Brecht (via Will who posts a YouTube). Will tells is it like it is about Dieudonne. Eve Garrard asks what is to be done, about European antisemitism. Alex Massie spears Ken Loach's bullying ghastliness, as does Alec. David T explains it to Michael Rosen. Flesh is Grass cooks up a tasty vegan smorgasbord, involving violent extremism, conspiracy theory, moral relatavism and Philip Roth. She also asks us to feel solidarity for pig-breeding Egyptian Christians.
Enjoy, maybe while you eat your evening meal.
P.S. These posts follow up stuff recently covered here: Modernity on The Lemon Tree (showing tonight at the Israel-boycotting Cafe Crema, London SE14). Contested Terrain on lefty kids attacking Holocaust survivors in Austria. Roland on Cynthia McKinney's on-going insanity.