By Michael Hoffman
Every hateful Zionist book targeting Palestinians with hate speech and violence continues to be sold by Amazon, along with Simcha Jacobvici’s DVD The Lost Tomb of Jesus, denying the resurrection of Christ, and every gentile-hating volume by the collective authors (Chazal) of the Talmud Bavli.
Wasn’t it the Nazis who supposedly were the world’s foremost book burners? For more on the Amazon book ban, see article here. Readers might also be interested in a commentary by Gilad Atzmon. Suffice to say, freedom of thought, the right to question history, the right to call for a boycott against Israel–all of these freedoms are under attack now. Something to keep in mind as we head into day two of the the AIPAC conference.
By Greg Felton
(THE SCENE: WTFN’s Los Angeles studios. The set is bedecked with the usual movie posters, still photographs and various objets de cinéma. Host Lance Boyle is in his usual club chair. The opening theme music dies down.)
A Curious Fixation on the number ‘6 million’
As we see in the video above, “six million Jews” suffered death and a host of other misfortunes…in Russia in 1915; “the entire world” in 1918; in Ukraine and Poland in 1919; in eastern Europe–also in 1919; “eastern Europe and Palestine” in 1920; central and eastern Europe, also in 1920; the Soviet Union in 1921; southeastern Europe in 1931; and in central Europe in 1938. Oh yes, and we also have a newspaper mentioning “the European holocaust” in 1936–before the outbreak of World War II.
Jewish Leaders keep the ‘Jewish Rabble’ in Line by Stoking Fears of Gentiles
By Richard Edmondson
One particularly interesting passage from the New Testament I’ve been thinking about lately is Luke 21:12. Here Jesus is speaking with his disciples, telling them a little of what they might expect after he’s gone: