Ezra Levant writes:
Little did Greenberg know that the [Canadian Jewish Congress] was pumping up Beattie’s profile on purpose — they needed a spectacular Nazi threat if they were going to convince the government to bring in un-Canadian censorship laws, throwing out 750 years of British tradition. Greenberg and other Jews upset with Beattie’s antics would have to put up with it for a little longer — the CJC wasn’t done yet with their ruse. (…)
So I phoned up Beattie the other day and, to my surprise, he spoke with me…
Beattie wasn’t an organizer. He wasn’t a recruiter. He wasn’t a fundraiser. He wasn’t an orator of any skill. He wasn’t a researcher. He wasn’t a publisher or writer. His “Nazi Party” wasn’t a party, didn’t have a membership list or bank account, didn’t have a constitution, didn’t have a newsletter and didn’t have a plan. It was a game for an immature 23-year-old, and the game was how to get himself in the newspapers. The fact that that game just happened to suit the Canadian Jewish Congress is the reason why we have “hate speech” laws in Canada today.