My Metapedia Entry

Wow, someone went to the trouble to write an entry about me for the Metapedia (the White Nationalist alternative to Wikipedia). They got some major facts wrong (my date of birth and highschool graduation, etc.), but they were tenacious enough to dig up my wife and children’s names and even the name of the synagogue I belong to. Here’s a taste:

Arthur S Goldwag (born c. 1958) is a Jewish propagandist and Europhobic scribbler from New York City. A Jewish supremacist who masks his Talmudic fear of his nearest competitor; European man; under the banner of opposing “bigotry”, along the lines of other Jewish groups like the ADL of B’nai B’rith, Goldwag is the author of “The New Hate”. In his book Goldwag drags up a broad array of Jewish bed-bugs; including Joseph McCarthy, the Tea Party, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion, Henry Ford, the John Birch Society, Catholic Church and people who question the birth-place of Barack Obama.

I bet the person who wrote it is just itching to post a nasty comment about me here.

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6 thoughts on “My Metapedia Entry

  1. Barely literate – which is as you’d expect. ‘Jewish bed-bugs’ is hilarious; I think he means ‘bugbears’. And it isn’t only Jewish people who have problems with idiot birthers and other Right-wing idealogues

    1. …‘Jewish bed-bugs’ is hilarious…

      And I think that’s what I’ll name my next band: The Jewish Bed Bugs.

    2. Actually, it’s quite literate. And it’s “ideologue”, genius. Mr. Goldwag should correct their mistakes. I do that often enough at that bastion of journalistic perfection, Wikipedia.

  2. Wow! I would say it somewhat lacks the rigourous academic tone we should have come to expect from the venerable online receptacle of wisdom that is Metapedia.

    Actually, posting the names of your wife and children is a pretty creepy thing to do. Is there any kind of recourse against people who decide to post such personal details of people on the internet.

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