Jewish lead­ers ask­ing UKIP to cut ties with In­fowars

StarMetro Toronto - - BIG OPINIONS - Amanda Erick­son

FULL STORY AT Fire­fight­ers in Mar­seille work with a res­cue dog to lo­cate peo­ple who might be trapped in de­bris of one of two col­lapsed build­ings Mon­day. Of­fi­cials feared some might be hurt.

SEARCH­ING FOR SUR­VIVORS IN MAR­SEILLE, FRANCE

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.

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