Let’s review, shall we?
Ezra Levant (who happens to be Jewish) is hauled before the Alberta HRC, accused by a radical Muslim of “Islamophobia” for printing the “Mohammed” cartoons. (Don’t miss Levant’s stirring opening statement to the kangaroo court…)
Mark Steyn (who half the world thinks is Jewish, but isn’t) also faces HRC charges for “Islamophobia”, brought by Muslims.
(Steyn, Michael Coren and — judging by my inbox, me — are regularly mistaken for Jews by people who don’t like us. I’m still convinced the three of us and those similarly honored should start wearing little yellow question marks on our lapels, maybe with the German word for “Huh?” written on them in black Teutonic lettering…)
Now, usually I’m content to leave the dubious dot-connecting and hyperbolic historical/Holocaust similes to the Left, but hey: what’s good for the doofus, huh?
Of course, if you follow my thought-experiment “Kristallnacht” metaphor to its logical conclusion, that makes these beligerent Muslim accusers and their HRC enablers, not the victim/heroes they play in their fever-brained scenarios of glory —
but the Brown Shirts.