Oh, pardon. There’s no such thing as an anti-semite. I should probably retitled the thread “Military oppresses anti-zionists.”
Another radical traditionalist profiled by the Report, hard-line anti-Semite E. Michael Jones, caused a ruckus during a March speech at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. Jones joined other extremists at a conference held to promote the ideas of white nationalist columnist Sam Francis, who died in 2005. The meeting was organized by the Fitzgerald Griffin Foundation, where Francis was a resident scholar. The foundation is headed by Fran Griffin, who runs a public relations firm, Griffin Communications, that also publishes “Sobran’s”, a newsletter by columnist Joe Sobran. Sobran is an anti-Semite who has written for a Holocaust denial journal. (Ed. note: Sobran is also a former editor of “National Review”, which was founded by William F. Buckley).
A red-faced and shouting Jones devoted a full hour to denouncing the “revolutionary Jew” who, he claimed, has been fighting the Catholic Church and Christianity in general for some 2,000 years. Among other things, Jones denounced the civil rights movement as “controlled by Jews” who used blacks as “pawns.”
Jones’ furious speech was not received well by most attendees, who had expected a more dignified gathering. Attendee Peter Brimelow — the man who runs vdare.com, a white supremacist website named after Virginia Dare, who is said to be the first white born in the New World — even called Jones a “Catholic bigot” and mocked him as “a prize specimen even by the standards of my lifelong study of characters on the American right.” Jones was so extreme that C-SPAN decided to cancel a planned broadcast of the event.
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