Daily Archives: July 2, 2017

Out of Step: Events in the Two Lives of an Anti-Jewish Camel Doctor

From Wikipedia: Arnold Spencer Leese (1878–1956) was a British fascist politician and veterinary surgeon. Leese was initially prominent for his veterinary work and was noted for his study of camels. Known for his virulent anti-Semitism, Leese led his own fascist … Continue reading

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1960s Anglo Australia

I just rewatched the 1978 Australian movie Newsfront and talked to a mate about it down under. Luke: “It was so lovely and white. So many beautiful Anglos doing beautiful Anglo things and having beautiful Anglo babies.” Mate: “You would … Continue reading

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The Blood Libel As Anti-Semitic Meme

Before there was Twitter, there were blood libels and songs about Jewish ritual murder. I have Jewish friends outraged by this Alt Right podcast on Jewish ritual murder (with the world’s leading goy, Andrew Joyce), but none of them have … Continue reading

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Jared Taylor on ALT-RIGHT and JEWS; White Advocacy; Bill O’Reilly; Trump

Published on Jun 27, 2017: http://jlptalk.com Originally aired Thursday, April 20, Hour 1. Jared Taylor of American Renaissance (http://amren.com) & New Century Foundation is a bit disappointed in Trump, that he’s not deporting all of the illegal aliens, that he’s … Continue reading

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Israel First vs Ireland First

John*: So Irish Americans who supported Sinn Fein were Ireland Firsters? Luke: Sometimes. I’d say half the Orthodox Jews I know well in the US are Israel-firsters, Jew-firsters. John: Well, then screw them. That’s one of the many reasons I … Continue reading

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