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What is Hate Speech?

In keeping with the so-called “Christchurch Call to Action” which flowed from a meeting of government officials and internet giants on May 15, 2019 in Paris, Facebook issued an internal document entitled “Hate Agent Policy Review,” which, according to Breitbart, which received a copy from a source inside Facebook, “outlines a series of ‘signals’ that Facebook uses to determine if someone ought to be categorized as a ‘hate agent’ and banned from the platform.”[1]

The guidelines were simultaneously draconian and incoherent. You can be designated as a “hate agent” if “you praise the wrong individual, interview them, or appear at events alongside them.”[2] Hate agent status is evidently contagious because Facebook may designate you as a hate agent if you associate with a “Designated Hate Entity,” like the Englishman Tommy Robinson. You can also be designated a hate agent “merely for speaking neutrally about individuals and organizations that the social network considers hateful.” Facebook tagged someone in October of last year simply because he gave what they considered was a “neutral representation of John Kinsman,” who is a member of “Proud Boys,” a group which Facebook does not like and does not want you to like. So, in order to absolve yourself from any suspicion of being a “hate agent,” you have to hate what Facebook hates.

The main way to characterize someone as a “hate agent,” however, is to show that he engages in something called “hate speech.” On June 20, 2019, YouTube banned the video “Owen Benjamin Finding Logos with E. Michael Jones,” which had originally aired several months earlier on March 21. That interview was one of fourteen videos that YouTube banned from the E. Michael Jones channel on YouTube in June. As with other thirteen, the only explanation YouTube gave was that the video violated its rules concerning hate speech, i.e., “We also don’t allow any content that encourages hatred of another person or group of people based on their membership in a protected group.” YouTube’s notice did not identify the offending hate speech or the “protected group.”

The terms “hate agent” and “hate speech” are equally vague; however the latter term is easier to define because its origins are clear. Hate speech is a creation of the Anti-Defamation League, which touts itself as “the world’s leading anti-hate organization.”[3] Like the analogous term “anti-Semitism,” hate speech is any utterance which Jews at organizations like the ADL find offensive. As the incoherence of the Facebook guidelines have shown, it is impossible to understand the current wave of internet censorship unless we see it as a Jewish operation. This becomes apparent when we look at how the press is defining (or misdefining) the whole censorship/deplatforming issue. A recent article in Summit News attributed the banning of “Natural News, which had 2.5 million followers,” to “the fact that Facebook is now ruthlessly enforcing its far-left ideology across its own platform.”[4] The fact that many if not most Jews espouse a far-left ideology is undeniable, but it is also beside the point because “hate speech” is not a political designation; it was created by the Anti-Defamation League to silence speech Jews’ did not like.

Lest anyone think that is not the case, consider the “ADL Statement on YouTube Policy Changes to Reduce Extremist Content,” a June 5, 2019 press release in which the ADL praises itself for causing the just initiated YouTube purge of “hate speech” channels and videos and then demands more action by YouTube and other tech companies:

“Online hate and extremism pose a significant threat — weaponizing bigotry against marginalized communities, silencing voices through intimidation and acting as recruiting tools for hateful, fringe groups,” said Jonathan Greenblatt, ADL CEO and National Director. “That’s why ADL has been working with technology companies, including YouTube, to aggressively counter hate on their platforms. We were glad to share our expertise on this and look forward to continuing to provide input. While this is an important step forward, this move alone is insufficient and must be followed by many more changes from YouTube and other tech companies to adequately counter the scourge of online hate and extremism.”[5]

Jewish Mobster Meyer Lansky
Jewish Mobster Meyer Lansky

For those who don’t know, the ADL was created in the wake of the Leo Frank lynching in 1915 to engage in domestic spying and blackmail, if necessary, to protect Jewish interests in the United States. The ADL was also a money laundering operation. Jewish criminals like Meyer Lansky and Moe Dalitz got to label anyone who accused them of criminal activity an anti-Semite in exchange for large “charitable contributions” to the ADL. During Lansky’s heyday, the ADL wasn’t powerful enough to prevent his deportation, but that situation changed in the 1980s, when the ADL began its collaboration with the FBI. During this same decade, the ADL successfully rehabilitated Moe Dalitz by giving him their Torches of Liberty award, again in exchange for large charitable contributions to their organization.[6]Cf. E. Michael Jones , How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

The ADL and The FBI


In 1928 a Russian Jew by the name of Meyer Lansky, who had grown wealthy from bootlegging in New York, correctly foresaw the end of prohibition in America and decided to re-invest the ill-gotten gains he had made from bootlegging in gambling. After the repeal of the Volstead Act in 1933, regional centers of vice like Newport, Kentucky re-tooled and became involved in gambling and prostitution. Loansharking provided a crucial link between the speakeasies of the past and the casinos of the future. After the stock market crash of 1929, bankrupt businessmen turned to Jewish bootleggers like Lansky for loans, setting in motion a process which would continue for decades, until by the ’70s, “the lines separating the legal and illegal had become almost indistinct.”[7]Jeff Gates, Guilt by Association (Santa Barbara, CA: State Street Publications, 2008), p. 126; 272.

In order to facilitate the transition from bootlegging to gambling as the focus of Jewish organized crime, Meyer Lansky convened a Jews-only meeting at Manhattan’s Franconia hotel in November 1931 as his sequel to the Atlantic City meeting three years earlier.[8]Gates, p. 21. In attendance at both conferences was Moe Dalitz, one of the capos of the Cleveland Mob, otherwise known as “the Jewish Navy,” which shuttled Bronfman booze across Lake Erie from Canada [and the Detroit River] for nationwide distribution” in the United States.[9]Gates, p. 22. Newport’s involvement in the sale of alcohol became so lucrative during the 1920s that it attracted the attention of “the Cleveland Four—Moe Dalitz, Morris Kleinman, Louis Rothkopf, and Sam Tucker—one of the most powerful syndicates in the United States, second only to Meyer Lansky and his associates.”[10]Hank Messink, Lansky (Mattiuck, NY: Ameron House, 1971, p. 32 The Cleveland Four moved into Newport after assassinating Dutch Shultz, who owned the Coney Island Racetrack, a popular gambling venue in northern Kentucky. After Dalitz and co. murdered Schulz they took over the racetrack and renamed it “River Downs,” which was its name until it got renamed once again as Belterra Race Track, which is its name today.[11]

All cultural warfare in the United States takes place in the context of ethnicity as described by the sociological theory knows as the Triple Melting Pot. According to that theory, ethnicity is based on religion. After three generations, Americans become ethnically identified as either Protestants, Catholics, or Jews, no matter what their country of origin. In Cincinnati, what started out as a Catholic-Protestant cultural conflict in the 19th century became a Catholic-Jewish conflict once Moe Dalitz and the Jewish Navy took over Newport, Kentucky across the river from Cincinnati.

Scott Fitzgerald depicted this quintessentially American conflict in his 1925 novel The Great Gatsby when Nick Caraway, the Catholic naïf from the Midwest confronts Meyer Wolfsheim, Fitzgerald’s rendering of Arnold Rothstein, the Jewish gambler who fixed the 1919 World Series. According to Ron Rosenbaum, “Wolfsheim is the symbol of all that is corrupt about America. Corrupt and evil in a crudely caricatured, stereotyped Jewish way. Meyer Wolfsheim is Scott Fitzgerald’s Shylock.”[12]Ron Rosenbaum, “American Shylock: Arnold Rothstein (1882–1928),” In Nick Caraway’s eyes, the main source of moral corruption among Jews was gambling. Rosenbaum described Wolfsheim as “the Jew who, in Fitzgerald’s vision, violated the innocence and despoiled the purity of an iconic American institution. He was the Jew who corrupted baseball—of all things.” Furthermore, he had the intelligence to operate complex gambling operations and evade punishment. When Nick asked why Wolfsheim was not in jail, Gatsby casually responded “They can’t get him, old sport. He’s a smart man.”[13]Ibid.; Fitzgerald, p. 58.
(Ron Rosenbaum, “American Shylock: Arnold Rothstein (1882–1928),”
In his book, Jüdisches Erwerbsleben, Georg Ratzinger, Pope Benedict XVI’s great uncle, wrote: “Jewish commerce can be characterized by two manifestations: 1) it is based on the exploitation of the work of others without any productive activity of its own and 2) it is characterized by gambling and speculation on the differential in values as the way to achieve riches.”

The history of Jewish-run gambling in the United States runs from Arnold Rothstein to Moe Dalitz and Meyer Lansky, and from there to Sheldon Adelson, the Vegas casino owner who until the arrival of Donald Trump was the kingmaker in the Republican Party, and Dan Gilbert, the Jewish usurer in charge of Quicken Loans who now owns the J.A.C.K. casino in downtown Cincinnati. The men who used to be known as criminals are now considered philanthropists and patrons of the arts and control both political parties, which is the main reason why Adelson and Gilbert are not considered criminals. As Michael Timmons pointed out in an article in Culture Wars magazine:

The American gambling industry has increasingly become more complex since Wolfshiem/Arnold “The Brain” Rothstein fixed the World Series in 1919. In fact, Rothstein inspired future generations of Jewish mobsters that built an empire of crime. Meyer Lansky organized and operated a network of casinos, formed the National Crime Syndicate, and used his financial resources to manipulate the American democratic process. Eventually he transformed gambling from an illegal vice into a popular tourism industry when they he transformed Las Vegas into “Sin City,” destroyed Cuba, and overthrew the government to set up lavish resorts in the Bahamas. Ultimately, Lansky took capitalism to its logical conclusion and inspired modern Jewish businessmen like Sheldon Adelson who exploit vice for profit.[14]Michael Timmons, “The Jewish Gambling Industry,” Culture Wars, May 2014, pp. 8-25.

In 1935 J. Edgar Hoover parleyed the bureau of investigation he had run since the Red Scare that swept America in the wake of World War I into the Federal Bureau of Investigation, an operation which President Harry Truman considered Hoover’s “private secret police force.”[15] Upset by Hoover’s abuse of federal power, Truman stated: “we want no Gestapo or secret police. The FBI is tending in that direction. They are dabbling in sex-life scandals and plain blackmail. J. Edgar Hoover would give his right eye to take over, and all congressmen and senators are afraid of him.”[16]

With the collaboration of Hollywood, which cranked out films glorifying “G-men,” Hoover made a name for himself by going after bank robbers like John Dillinger. In directing the Bureau’s attention to individual bank robbers, Hoover turned a blind eye toward organized crime in general and Jewish crime in particular, perhaps because Hoover was an inveterate gambler. Frank Costello gave him tips on horses.[17]


During the 1930s, the Cincinnati branch of the Anti-Defamation League approached local FBI agents, claiming that that city’s isolationist German population had created a network of Nazi “subversives.”[18] Indeed, the “ADL let the FBI make wholesale use of its files on neo-isolationists, whom the Bureau labeled ‘subversives.’”[19] Hoover collaborated avidly with the ADL, which bragged that it had helped the FBI in 373 cases.[20] That particular collaboration ended abruptly on July 16, 1943 when Hoover received a memo from the United States Attorney General informing him that the individual danger classifications proposed by the Jewish informants “serve no useful purpose:”

It is now clear to me that the classification system is inherently unreliable. The evidence used for the purpose of making the classifications was inadequate; the standards applied to the evidence for the purpose of making the classifications were defective; and finally, the notion that it is possible to make a valid determination as to how dangerous a person is in the abstract and without reference to time, environment, and other relevant circumstances, is impractical, unwise, and dangerous.[21]

In spite of the Attorney General warning to Hoover that the ADL’s “fact finding” was nothing but gossip which the Jews were using to settle scores with their opponents in the culture wars of that era, Hoover retained the agency’s contacts with the ADL. He refused to break ties with the ADL because Jewish criminals like Meyer Lansky were paying the ADL to blackmail Hoover by gathering information about his homosexuality. Harry Truman also pointed out that Hoover was interested in blackmail. During the early ’50s, Hoover provided Alfred Kinsey with immunity from prosecution for sex crimes in exchange for his files on the sex lives of the prominent figures who had contributed their sex histories to Kinsey’s “scientific” research.[22]Cf. E. Michael Jones , How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

One year after the creation of the FBI, the Beverly Hills Country Club, a popular night club in Newport, Kentucky, burned to the ground. Moe Dalitz was a frequent customer at the club and had made Peter Schmidt, the club’s owner, repeated offers to buy him out. When Schmidt turned him down, the club mysteriously burned down. Schmidt rebuilt the club, but eventually got the message and sold out to Dalitz at a reduced price “under threat.”[23]Timmons, op. cit.

Using tactics like this, Lansky and Dalitz took over Newport and brought about its transformation from a local “bust-out river city into a major regional gambling center.”[24]Messink, p. 131. After Dalitz took over the Beverly Hills Club, it “became as plush as anything in Las Vegas and boasted the same top Hollywood stars.”[25]Messick, p. 19. Eddie Levinson and Irving “Nig” Devine operated the Flamingo Nightclub and organized a layoff betting business, which would guarantee bets too large for local bookies to handle. Lansky’s associates continued to eliminate competition when they “took over the Lookout House, across the Licking River near Covington, and gained control of several smaller casinos inside Newport.”[26]Timmons, op. cit., Messink, p. 131.

In 1941, after reaching a “working agreement” with Moe Dalitz and the Cleveland Syndicate,[27]Messink, p. 32. Meyer Lansky bankrolled his protégé Bugsy Siegel to set up “an attractive center for gambling and prostitution” in the middle of the desert in Nevada. Lansky biographer Hank Messink, however, claims that Moe Dalitz was “the man who truly built Vegas,” largely with Teamster Union money lent to Nevada’s casinos.[28]E. Michael Jones, How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It, (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

After World War II, what Messink refers to as “the casino era” of organized crime began in earnest with the establishment of regional centers of vice, or Sin Cities, like Newport, Kentucky. In terms of the money which changed hands, the casino era dwarfed prohibition, which couldn’t compare with the profits that rolled in from gambling—legal and illegal,” now that the automobile could deliver customers to “regional gambling and vice centers,” which drew “their patrons from the surrounding states.”[29]Messink, p. 129.

Moe Dalitz abandoned the Beverly Hills Club and left Newport for Las Vegas, where he repositioned himself as an upstanding citizen with the help of the Anti-Defamation League, which gave him its Torch of Liberty award in 1982 in exchange for hundreds of thousands of dollars of gambling money. Meyer Lansky wasn’t so lucky. He had been pushing for legalized gambling since 1949,[30]Messink, p. 160. convinced that organized crime was “only an extension of the free enterprise system.”[31]Messink, p. 183. He was equally convinced that the fastest way to turn gambling from a crime to a legitimate business was to use the money he acquired from gambling to bribe politicians: “It was therefore almost inevitable that an unofficial alliance should develop between the right wing of American politics and organized crime.”[32]Messink, p. 183. But he never succeeded in escaping his criminal past.

In addition to bribing politicians, Lansky and Dalitz gave large sums of gambling money to the ADL, which would in turn accuse anyone who claimed Lansky and Dalitz were gangsters of anti-Semitism. In addition to being steady contributors to the ADL, the Jewish gangsters of this era also supported Israeli terrorist organizations:With support from Meyer Lansky, Hank Greenspun had become a gunrunner for Israel in 1948 and thereafter performed as an Israeli operative. Bugsy Siegel reportedly gave $50,000 to support Irgun while ‘celebrity gangster’ Mickey Cohen sponsored an Irgun fundraiser in 1947.”[33]Gates, p. 33. The Israeli newspaper Ha’aretz could claim that “Jews control crime in the United States,”[34]Messink, p. 283. but Meyer Lansky had the backing of the ADL when he claimed that “there was much anti-Semitism behind the campaign to convict him.”[35]Messink, p. 286.


After the feds failed to convict him of tax evasion in 1965, Dalitz would continue unhindered in a quest for respectability which reached a culmination of sorts when the ADL conferred on him its Torch of Liberty award. Jewish comedian Joan Rivers presented the award. As if to prove that you don’t need to be Jewish to be honored by the ADL, that organization conferred its Torch of Liberty award on Hugh Hefner for distracting the world from the fact that Jews controlled pornography in America. To show that they had standards, the ADL never conferred any awards on Larry Flynt in spite of the hundreds of thousands of dollars he contributed to that organization.[36]

Needless to say, lots of money flowed from Dalitz’s legit gambling operation into the coffers of the ADL, which, unable to work the same magic for Lansky, who died broke after getting deported from Israel, hired Lansky’s granddaughter as their “liason to law enforcement.”[37] The philosopher’s stone which turned a mobster in Newport, Kentucky into a pillar of the community in Las Vegas, Nevada was “philanthropy.”[38] According to Dalitz’s daughter, who viewed the Freedom of Information Act files in the basement of the newly opened Mob Museum in Las Vegas, the FBI pursued Dalitz for 50 years, but he was never convicted of anything. He felt nonetheless “hounded and pursued,” even though all the while “the dude was going legitimate” by building hospitals and the Las Vegas Country Club and being “a frequent donor to Vegas institutions and community organizations.”[39]

The FBI’s failure to prosecute Dalitz may be due to simple incompetence or there may be a simpler explanation: the ADL had used Lansky money to create their own file on Hoover. The Master of Blackmail was being blackmailed himself. This would explain why Hoover, according to Scott Thompson:

was an enthusiastic collaborator of the ADL. As early as Sept. 8, 1941, he started to write directives to the effect that Bureau agents must maintain contact with the ADL, which was then based in Chicago. Hoover wrote dozens of letters over the decades to protect the ADL from those investigating or reporting on the ADL’s criminal nature. During the McCarthy period in the early 1950s, Hoover praised the ADL’s alleged role in the fight against communism in his book The Masters of Deceit, when many in the ADL were justifiably under probe as suspected Soviet agents and fellow travelers.[40]Scott Thompson, Was Meyer Lansky the ‘best I man ‘in the ADL’s marriage to the FBI?;

J. Edgar Hoover could never break off his relationship with the ADL even though his agents kept warning him about the bogus nature of the intelligence the Bureau was receiving from them. Thompson claims that Meyer Lansky was using the ADL to blackmail Hoover over his homosexuality. Another possibility is Hoover’s gambling. The ADL’s Sterling National Bank was founded in 1929 by Frank Erickson, a Lansky crime lieutenant who specialized in money laundering and who also “handled all of Hoover’s horse race betting.”[41]Scott Thompson, Was Meyer Lansky the ‘best I man ‘in the ADL’s marriage to the FBI?; This does not explain, however, why the FBI’s relationship with the ADL not only continued but intensified after Hoover’s death in 1972.[42]E. Michael Jones, How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It, (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

On February 4, 1985, then-FBI Director William Webster issued an order that represented “a virtual marriage between the two organizations.”[43]Scott Thompson, Was Meyer Lansky the ‘best I man ‘in the ADL’s marriage to the FBI?; In fact, that marriage has continued to this day. The last speech that FBI director James Comey made before being fired by Donald Trump was to the ADL, an organization he praised as indispensable to the FBI’s work. In that speech, the Catholic Comey called the Holocaust “the most significant event in history.”[44] The FBI recently broke off relations with the Southern Poverty Law Center, but gave no indication that the same fate awaited the ADL. In fact, as part of the ADL’s influence over the FBI, Comey assured the ADL that the FBI would continue to “require every new FBI special agent and intelligence analyst in training to visit the Holocaust Museum” because “we want them to learn about abuse of power on a breathtaking scale.”[45]

Online Hate Index

Because the emergence of social media on the internet posed a new threat to the Jewish control of discourse through Hollywood and the main stream media, the ADL teamed up with something called the D-Lab at the University of California at Berkeley to create what the ADL calls the “Online Hate Index.” According to a video produced by the ADL:

The goal of the Online Hate Index is to help tech platforms understand the growing amount of hate on social media, and to use that information to address the problem. By combining artificial intelligence and machine learning with social science, the Online Hate Index will ultimately uncover and identify trends and patterns in hate speech across different platforms. We’ve just completed our first phase of research [graphic: Machine Learning Model 78% to 80% accurate] and we found that the Machine Learning model Identified Hate Speech accurately between 78 and 80 percent of the time. [Blonde gives us a big smile] In the next phase of our project, we will aim at specific targeted populations in a more detailed manner. We will examine content on multiple social media sites, and we’ll apply strategies to employ the model more broadly. While there’s still a long way to go with artificial intelligence and machine based solutions, we believe that the Online Hate Index will help tech companies better understand the extent of hate on their online platforms by creating community-based definitions of hate speech.[46]

We’re not just talking about the Jewish concept of hate speech as the operating system of internet censorship, we’re also talking about how the system of censorship actually operates. On January 31, 2019, April Glaser, who identified herself as a journalist at Slate, wrote the following e-mail to an official at JP Morgan Chase demanding that it deplatform the Chase Paymentech account for the Proud Boys online store:

Hi there,

I’m April, a journalist at Slate. Writing to task if JP Morgan Chase is aware that the Proud Boys affiliated online store uses Chase Paymentech as its payment processor. is what’s redirected from FundTheWest.Org, which Proud Boys founder Gavin McInnes cited as the legal defense fund of the Proud Boys.

The Proud Boys are designated by the Southern Poverty Law Center as a hate group and members have engaged in group violence in Portland and New York City. The group has been suspended by Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.

Is the usage of Chase Paymentech in support of such groups against Chase’s policy? On a deadline.

Many thanks,


Glaser had already established herself as a crusader for abortion rights when she tweeted on December 21, 2018: “Search for ‘abortion’ on YouTube last week and the top results were a horrifying mix of gore and dangerous misinformation. YouTube changed the results after I asked”.[48] ; see Tim Pool, who was appalled at Glaser’s abuse of journalism as an excuse to settle scores with her opponents in the culture wars, “wrestled with publishing the name of the journalist” in the YouTube video he did exposing her role in getting the Proud Boys deplatformed, but he was eventually forced to conclude that “April Glaser absolutely is not a journalist. At least, at the very least, you could call her an advocacy journalist, an activist … the e-mail she sent was designed to cleverly put pressure” on Chase, attacking someone whose beliefs she disliked by posing as a journalist who said in effect to Chase: “We’re going to write a negative story about you, and we’re on a deadline, and you support this group.” Glaser believes in using journalism to restrict the speech of certain groups. In another context, she wrote a tweet in favor of internet censorship, which she characterized as “not allowing hate speech to be broadcast to large audiences.”[49]

Pool repeatedly refers to Glaser as an “activist.” He claims that her modus operandi “follows an activist framework.” The threat at the heart of her e-mail, however, revolves around mentioning the Southern Poverty Law Center, which is another Jewish organization similar to the ADL in its penchant for using the term hate speech as a weapon which against political opponents. “Activist,” is, in this context, a euphemism for Jew. The accusation of hate speech derives its power to generate a certain outcome because of its association with the weaponization of anti-Semitism and the groups that use anti-Semitism to stifle any dissent. The ADL is one of those groups; the SPLC is another. Both are Jewish organizations that can wreck your life. Both the terms that get used and the organizations that use them are an example of what we might call Jewish Privilege.

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[6] Cf. E. Michael Jones , How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

[7] Jeff Gates, Guilt by Association (Santa Barbara, CA: State Street Publications, 2008), p. 126; 272.

[8] Gates, p. 21.

[9] Gates, p. 22.

[10] Hank Messink, Lansky (Mattiuck, NY: Ameron House, 1971, p. 32


[12] Ron Rosenbaum, “American Shylock: Arnold Rothstein (1882–1928),”

[13] Ibid.; Fitzgerald, p. 58.

[14] Michael Timmons, “The Jewish Gambling Industry,” Culture Wars, May 2014, pp. 8-25.








[22] Cf. E. Michael Jones , How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

[23] Timmons, op. cit.

[24] Messink, p. 131.

[25] Messick, p. 19.

[26] Timmons, op. cit., Messink, p. 131.

[27] Messink, p. 32.

[28] E. Michael Jones, How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It, (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

[29] Messink, p. 129.

[30] Messink, p. 160.

[31] Messink, p. 183.

[32] Messink, p. 183.

[33] Gates, p. 33.

[34] Messink, p. 283.

[35] Messink, p. 286.





[40] Scott Thompson, Was Meyer Lansky the ‘best I man ‘in the ADL’s marriage to the FBI?;

[41] Scott Thompson, Was Meyer Lansky the ‘best I man ‘in the ADL’s marriage to the FBI?;

[42] E. Michael Jones, How Meyer Lansky Took over the Cincinnati Ballet, and What Four Ballerinas Did About It, (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2017).

[43] Scott Thompson, Was Meyer Lansky the ‘best I man ‘in the ADL’s marriage to the FBI?;





[48] ; see


[50] Rev. John Hofer, St. John Capistran (St. Louis: Herder, 1947), p. 279.

[51] Ibid.

[52] Material on St. John Capistrano is excerpted from E. Michael Jones, The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press, 2015), pp. 191-7.

[53] Hofer, St. John Capistran, p. 279.

[54] Hofer, St. John Capistran, p. 280.

[55] Graetz, op. cit. p. 62. Capistrano … drohte ihm mit Hoellenstrafen und prophezeit ihm einen schlechten Ausgang des Krieges gegen den preusischen Ritterorden, wenn er nicht die guenstige Privilegien der Juden aufheben und die husstischen Ketzer dem Blutdurst der Geistlichen ueberlassen wuerde.)

[56] Ibid.

[57] Hofer, St. John Capistran, p. 280.

[58] Ibid.

[59] Ibid.

[60] Hofer, St. John Capistran, p. 281.

[61] Ibid.

[62] Ibid.

[63] Ibid.

[64] Ibid.

[65] Hofer, St. John Capistran, p. 284.


[67] Virtue signaling is the action or practice of publicly expressing opinions or sentiments intended to demonstrate one’s good character or the moral correctness of one’s position on a particular issue; see



[70] The remainder of this in this chapter draws heavily from this source; many factual statements and, unless otherwise indicated, quotations, come from this source.












[81] In Virginia, a jury recommends the sentence, which the sentencing judge can reduce but not increase. As of this writing, the judge has not yet formally imposed sentence.






[87] , at 41:30.

[88] ; , beginning at 17:29.


[90] See E. Michael Jones, Is Christian Anti-Semitism Responsible for the Poway Synagogue Shooting? (South Bend, IN: Fidelity Press 2019).

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