by David Duke
Thursday, October 30, 2014
Monday, October 27, 2014
The Evening Star (Washington DC), Thursday, January 18, 1940, p. A5.
Friday, October 24, 2014
Wednesday, October 22, 2014
Monday, October 20, 2014
Paul Isaac Hershon (1818 - 1888) was a Spanish Jew who converted to Christianity (photo stolen from here).
In 1882 he published a book entitled Treasures of the Talmud, Being a Series of Classified Subjects in Alphabetical Order From "A" to "L" it was considered to be a very balanced view on the Talmud, neither hiding, nor merely concentrating on the Talmud's nastier parts.
Or, says Tosephoth, it may be explained thus: He chose from his slaves only such as were Minim (heretics, presumably Christians), and it is not murder to kill such. Upon these comments we put no gloss—they speak for themselves.
Thursday, October 16, 2014
The Jewish ritual murders of Nuremberg are indescribable, judging by these photographs, in which all the corpses of the "hanged people" show a cut in the neck, right underneath the ear, and a thread of blood that falls behind the ear until the high part of the head .... The fact that the line of dried blood was flowing upwards - towards the forehead and the hair - demonstrates that they were hung [upside down] while they were bled and also explains the terrible condition of these corpses. Jews had to quickly show these corpses to the international press that covered the judgment. The Jewish executors had no time to prepare the bodies in order to properly hide the marks of the ritual sacrifice, especially in Keitel, who still shows his face covered in blood. (Or they felt it unnecessary to hide these marks.) No explanations have been given on this matter. Although we have selected only these four images, we must stress that ALL the executed ones had this.