In The Age of The Internet: More Racism At The Guardian.
The Internet should aid research, it should enable people to be better informed, particularly those in the West, where it is more widespread.
Yet it is still possible to find educated journalists, with access to the Internet, who don’t know the basics.
Instead of Googling Carlos Latuff and realising that he has a propensity for publishing racist cartoons against Jews and Israelis, instead of doing that the Guardian decides to push his work.
Rather than familiarising themselves with Carlos Latuff’s racism, the Guardian becomes complicit.
Readers will remember that Carlos Latuff is notorious for his participation in the Iranian regime’s International Holocaust Cartoon Contest.