Meet Chomsky's Foil
Another Chomsky clone has surfaced although this one seems to be part of the far right. Her name: Patricia Richardson. Just like Chomsky she believes that Holocaust denial is not anti-Semetic, go figure. Here is how the Jerusalem Report put it:
It's disconcerting to hear Yiddish -- the language her Transylvanian-born immigrant grandparents preferred to English -- trip so lightly off the tongue of someone who represents a party rife with religious prejudice and theories of Jewish world domination. But to Richardson, who won her seat in the June 10 local elections in the Epping Forest district of Northeast London, it's not at all meshuga. "There is no anti-Semitism within the party," she insists, speaking to The Report by phone from her family home in Loughton, Essex. Richardson insists the BNP has moved on since it evolved out of the neo-Nazi National Front in the early 1980s, and now boasts a benign manifesto based simply on stronger law and order, freedom of speech, total withdrawal from the European Union, and an end to all immigration. Her membership makes perfect sense, she says, "because Jewish people who are British and have lived here for all their lives are in as much danger from all the PC, the overt Europeanizing, as anybody else."
That's not a view shared by the majority of the community, who regard the changes within the BNP, its leadership littered with convicted race-hate criminals, as purely cosmetic. "It is still an extremist and racist party," says Neville Nagler, director general of the Board of Deputies, the representative body of U.K. Jewry. He describes the community as "disgusted" with Richardson.
Just goes to show it's not only the loony left that produces self hating Jews.