He’s written for the most prestigious newspapers on the planet and authored best-selling books but Antony Loewenstein can’t construct a meaningful paragraph:
In an age of walls, militarised fences and attacking minority rights, refugees are both the most vulnerable and easiest target for insecure populations and desperate politicians. Rich, Western democracies sending back asylum seekers to danger, a trend perfected by Israel, Australia, Britain and Germany despite its illegality, is surging. It’s why civil disobedience, company boycotts and divestment and more direct action is essential to resist the global war on asylum seekers. It’s unsurprising that nations with a colonial past, such as Australia, Britain, the US and Israel, are leaders of the pack.
Australia, Britain, the US and Israel are apparently leading the “civil disobedience, company boycotts and divestment and more direct action” charge against their own “illegal” actions.
That excerpt is from a self-written post at his publisher’s blog; it seems that Loewenstein is finding it increasingly difficult to secure publishers for his nonsense.