Yesterday, I received the following letter from the European Human Rights Panel demanding an apology for my recent column “How to Bomb a Gay Bath House.” Below this letter, you will read my sincere apology to the EHRP. As usual, no sarcasm is intended:
Mr. Adams we are with the European Human Rights Panel, and this is the letter, by us, which was send to the Chancellor of UNC:
Mr. Chancellor, we are with the European Human Rights Panel, and we have been informed about Dr. Mike S. Adams, who is your emploey [sic]. Dr. Adams is known for his fascist and homophobic attitudes this [sic] are his quotes:
1. Start a website called “Global War on Fags” today.
2. Begin writing essays calling for the cleansing and purification of society via the mass murder of homosexuals.
3. Distribute videos on the website showing the actual murders of homosexuals.
4. Circulate instructions on how to bomb gay bath houses in San Francisco.
5. Circulate a “battle dispatch” to give people specific information on America’s most notorious bath houses.
Does the fact that you are his employer means [sic] that you SUPPORT his attitudes [sic], WE HOPE NOT. We do not want to report your university to the European Commission. But if we do report you, The European Comission [sic] has the right to impose many restrictions on your institution including: banned [sic] on student exchange, banned [sic] on publication of your works in the European union, banned [sic] on your professor [sic] to teache [sic] or even visit the European Union, aloso [sic] the European Union is by law obligated to stop financing all hate spreading institutions, so this gives the European Comission [sic] the power to: banned [sic] all commercial activities in the European Union of companies that are subsidizing [sic] you, knowing that you are a state University the Commission also has the power to banned [sic] the exports of North Carolina to the EU, which are 20% of all of [sic]exports and rising, from 1999 to 2006 – 150,000 new jobs where [sic] open [sic] in this state thanks to European exports. We sincerely hope that this mater [sic] will not come to the European Comissin [sic] or to the European Court of Human Rights, and Adams will apologise.
If not we will have to inform the European Comission [sic] about your conduct and ask the Commission to impose sanctions on your institution and your financiers, we will also take this to both American and the European courts wich [sic] will cost you great amounts of money.
European Human Rights Panel