Nov 16 2011

The Winner of The 2nd Annual Essay Contest for The Propagandist

Published by at 8:06 pm under politics,propaganda

It wasn’t me, that’s for sure. There’s no formal rule disqualifying me, but I am the Editor of The Propagandist Magazine, so I would have felt like a real crumb if the judge had awarded the grand prize to me. I really could have used that thousand bucks, though.

Congratulations to Adam Levick for winning, based on his excellent essay, Better Jews. The Moral Vanity of Israel’s Leftist Jewish Critics. And a congratulatory nod as well to contest runner-up Farzana Hassan for Combat Jihad By Destroying Its Conceptual Roots

 

Confusion to our enemies!

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2 Responses to “The Winner of The 2nd Annual Essay Contest for The Propagandist”

  1. Frank Doeon 16 Nov 2011 at 9:02 pm

    You need to create your own award for bravery & courage and nominate yourself for your valor blogging under your real name. Those other anonymous pukes should all be thrown in jail for first degree cowardice. What possible reason could any sane person have for not wanting to seperate their personal life from a controversial public forum in which they cowardly participate? Treason if you ask me!

  2. jnarveyon 16 Nov 2011 at 9:32 pm

    Thanks, Mr. Doe.

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