Richard Clark. What could not be concealed, and has come to be known, are some of the major effects of the Jewish presence in the West, exhaustively chronicled by Wilmot Robertson in his book The Dispossessed Majority, and by innumerable other Western writers. Two facts of major importance have been established beyond reasonable doubt: 1. A one-world totalitarianism being promoted by the Soviet Union has its almost exact counterpart in the West, both supposedly inspired by egalitarian ideals — like two wheels at the opposite ends of one and the same axle shaft.
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The Jewish Impact on Twentieth Century History A study of the jewish presence in 20th Century History Ivor Benson - author, journalist and current affairs analyst, and a good friend of the Institute for Historical Review - died in mid-January in a small market town in West Suffolk, England, where he and his wife had lived for nearly eight years.
He was in his 86th year. He also served as assistant editor of the Sunday Tribune in Durban. He left Norway just ahead of the occupying German forces. After returning to South Africa to enlist, he served with distinction as an officer under British command in tank and armored car units in north Africa and Italy.
In , he was the last journalist to leave the embattled Congolese city of Elisabethville now Lubumbashi. His exclusive first-hand reports on the chaos and bloody fighting there appeared in newspapers around the world.
In he delivered a series of acclaimed weekly broadcasts of news analysis and commentary over the South African Broadcasting Corporation. Then, from to , he served as Information Advisor to the government of Rhodesia then headed by Ian Smith. For most of the rest of his life, he was an independent political analyst and commentator on world affairs. For 15 years until his death, he wrote and published Behind the News, a courageous and well-written monthly newsletter that enjoyed an influence out of all proportion to its modest circulation.
Réfutation par Ivor Benson des thèses de Tony Sutton sur les sources de financement du nazisme
Sasar Parties, Groups and Movements of the 20th Century. Members of Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Maori communities are advised that this catalogue contains names and images of deceased people. Benson was most likely involved in a black propaganda effort aimed at electors in the UK, in an effort to sway the Hull North by-election, Showing best matches Show all copies. You can view this on the NLA website. Browse titles authors subjects uniform titles series callnumbers dewey numbers starting from optional. Sign up to receive offers and updates: National Library of Australia. He started out as a journalist in Durban before later moving to London where he wrote for the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Express.
Malagal Benson was born in South Africa. He became chief assistant editor of the Rand Daily Mail ; however, after he wrote an editorial in favour of fascist Sir Oswald Mosleywho was staying with him, he was sacked. How do I find a book? He started out as a journalist in Durban before later moving to London where he wrote for the Daily Telegraph and the Daily Express.
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