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Stephen J. Sniegoski and David Miller: Promoting an antisemite? [by Vorkoz]

This is a guest post by Vorkoz . Content in square brackets is added by Bob.  University of Bristol professor David Miller has previously been accused of sharing far-right propaganda on a website associated with him, Spinwatch , namely quotations from and links to the works of one Kevin MacDonald , a former professor in the United States whose writings have provided a scholarly cover for many classic antisemitic libels and conspiracy theories. [The extracts from MacDonald's work published by Spinwatch included a list of "characteristics of Jewish intellectual movements", such as that Jews "form a cohesive, mutually reinforcing core" that has "access to prestigious and mainstream media sources, partly as a result of Jewish influence on the media".] After some receiving some negative attention about this, Miller apologised , removed the references from his website and made a commitment to "tighten the editorial process governing the posting of mate

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