Jewish leaders asking UKIP to cut ties with Infowars
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pensions of 270,000 veterans, RCMP members and their survivors between 2003 and 2010 because it didn’t properly account for a change in personal tax exemptions, he said.
“Most individuals will receive a few hundred dollars, while the maximum amount to be paid would be a couple of thousand dollars,” he said.
The miscalculation was identified last year by veterans ombudsman Guy Parent, who told the Canadian Press his team stumbled upon the problem while looking at another issue. It’s not that hard to find the Infowars articles that Jewish groups worry about. A quick search of the site pulls up an article suggesting the U.S. government perpetrated the recent attack on the Pittsburgh synagogue as a false flag operation. (It’s the “latest move by the Deep State to sow civil unrest and effect [sic] the historic upcoming midterm election,” the site’s authors write.) There’s one calling Jewish philanthropist George Soros a “Nazi collaborator.”
Jewish leaders in Britain say the site is biased against Jews. Now, some are calling on the U.K. Independence Party (UKIP) to cut ties with the website.