(1) I saw Ralph McTell at Croydon’s Fairfield Halls back in 1970 something; he was supported by Prelude. The laughter from Adrian Davies shows he appreciated
the reference to demented women, for reasons I won’t go into here.
(2) THE ZIONIST CONNECTION: What Price Peace?, by Alfred M. Lilienthal, published by Dodd, Mead, New York, (1978), page 406.
(3) I will spare the reader the sordid details but there were quite a few of these, and they were usually at the expense of the Germans.
(4) I saw this actual phrase on a leaflet at that time; I remember the actual wording although I haven’t been able to find it since, but the loony left are fond of using such trite and clearly inaccurate phrases.
(5) Some argue that anti-Semitism goes back further than this, even to ancient Egypt, but all these tribes were at each other’s throats much of the time, and to equate this sort of persecution - be it tribal, religious or whatever - with anti-Semitism as it has come to be known, is not very intelligent.
(6) Chris Tame introduced me to this book.
(7) One of my favourite historical quotes concerning this from the is from the Universal Jewish Encyclopedia, Volume 1, page 6; it relates to the Medieval usurer Aaron of Lincoln, of whom it says: “Aaron the Jew...held us in his debt, coming to the House of St. Alban in great pride and boasting, with threats kept on boasting that it was he who had made the window for our St. Alban...”
(8) There are many slight variations of this quote. In one of his videos, David Duke alters “I” to “we” - which of course turns it into a conspiracy.
(9) At least not in writing.
(10) Kahane was assassinated by a Zionist fanatic in November 1990, but his organisation lives on. As does his spirit.
(11) This was a very strange affair indeed, and is the first thoroughly documented example of the mendacity of Organised Jewry. All the mainstream accounts of it drip over with venality.
(12) Below is the full text of this attack, from Hansard, January 15, 2009:
(13) Although Reisman overstates the case against pornography, there is no disputing what she writes about either homosexuality or the sexualisation of children.
(14) Ie the threat of homosexual indoctrination. I don’t know what are Reisman’s views on miscegenation, but if she has strong views on it, like everyone else in her position, she would be too terrified to express them.
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