Update: This post had to be edited following a DMCA complaint. The quote from the National Post article had to be removed due to copyright issues. Those 4 paragraphs discussed Canada's phony racism industry and in particular - the provocative posting against Canada's first black Senator Anne Cools.
The actual article, originally posted in the "Full comment" section of the National Post website, was taken down few hours after it had been published. As it turns out, Jonathan Kay didn't feel comfortable citing Bernard Klatt's affidavit as a source after getting some background information about him. But even if the expert does hold some extremist views, I don't believe that disqualifies his expertise and I don't think it justifies letting a free speech basher like Warman off the hook.
PC thugs don't like publicity. The more light we shed on their dirty tricks, the less comfortable they feel. Let's not let the article vanish. Let's give the phony racism industry all the publicity it takes to drive PC thugs & Co Unlimited out of business.