Two months ago a laughably misnamed "Institute for the Research of Genocide Canada", a Bosnian Muslim shill organization managed, through a combination of smears and intimidation, to ban Srdja Trifkovic from entering Canada.
Little did they know that this only made Trifkovic even more eager in his quest for the truth. Soon himself and Julia Gorin exposed this "institute! for what it really is: a vile Serb-hating, Jew-hating organization. The expose' was sent on various adresses including that of Elie Wiesel, who sat on the "institute's" international board of experts. In the face of these damning, irrefutable facts, Wiesel, a man sympathetic to the Bosnian Muslim cause in the 1990s promptly resigned from the board. One hopes that this will not end here and that the expose' on the "institute" and it's head Emir Ramic will be sent to other people and organizations associated with it resulting in it's banishment from decent society where it should never have been in the first place.
There is a lesson to be learned from all this. When confronted with enemy smears that appear to be succesful we should not wallow in self-pity and lament the injustice of it all and instead we should act, fight lies with the truth. Most people, even with pre-concieved notions as we see, will not be willing or able to defy stone-cold facts nor suspend logic and reason. Those are powerful allies and are both on our side, all we need to do is look out for them. Kudos to Srdja Trifkovic for doing so.