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E. Michael Jones: “Smells Like Jewish Revolutionary Spirit!”
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) 335 × 225 – henrymakow.com First hour: E. Michael Jones, editor of Culture Wars magazine, is one of America’s most interesting dissident intellectuals. Driven out of Notre Dame University for opposing abortion (!) Dr. Jones has since developed a fascinating historical analysis of the ongoing struggle between Christianity and what he calls “the Jewish revolutionary spirit.” In his view, Israel’s habit of taking over Palestinian TV stations and broadcasting pornography is just the latest example of Jewish tribal power’s use of vice – sexual deviation, usury, and various forms of organized crime – to…

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