Gibson needs help to unlearn anti-Semitism

This article reprinted by Readers Digest speaks volumes about where Mel GIbson’s head has been.  It has not been in the halls of scholarly research, or the hallways of intelligence, but the pits of ignorance and extreme prejudice,  AKA anti-Semitism.

I have friends and parents of friends who have numbers on their arms. The guy who taught me Spanish was a Holocaust survivor. He worked in a concentration camp in France. Yes, of course. And my dad also knows that there were internment camps where many people died. Now, his whole thing was about the numbers. I mean atrocities happened. T The thing with him [my father] was that he was talking about numbers. I mean when the war was over they said it was 12 million. Then it was six. Now it’s four. I mean it’s that kind of numbers game.