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Hate and Defamation: The Full Story of the ADL, part 1

adl_foxman_greenblatt_crime_bossesAmerican Dissident Voices broadcast of October 24, 2015

by Kevin Alfred Strom
and Valdis Bell

OCTOBER IS the anniversary month of the creation of the ADL, a Jewish organization with close ties to organized crime, the purpose of which is to monitor and control non-Jews so these criminal activities — and other operations deemed vital to the Jewish establishment — can continue without exposure, legal hindrance, or abatement. (ILLUSTRATION: Outgoing ADL chief Abraham Foxman, left; incoming ADL head Jonathan Greenblatt, right: If photos could talk, these would scream “underworld crime boss.”)

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The ADL: Defamation Has Nothing To Do With It

jonathan_greenblattAmerican Dissident Voices broadcast of October 10, 2015

by Kevin Alfred Strom

“FIGHTING DEFAMATION” of Jews was the ostensible purpose of the ADL (original name “Anti-Defamation League of B’nai B’rith”) when it was founded 102 years ago this month. But fighting defamation really had nothing to do with it. The purpose of the ADL, then as now, was to keep Gentiles — specifically, the host populations of those nations where Jews reside — under control. (ILLUSTRATION: Jonathan Greenblatt, current head of the ADL)

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100 Reasons Leo Frank Is Guilty

Mary Phagan

Proving That Anti-Semitism Had Nothing to Do With His Conviction — and Proving That His Defenders Have Used Frauds and Hoaxes for 100 Years

by Bradford L. Huie

MARY PHAGAN was just thirteen years old. She was a sweatshop laborer for Atlanta, Georgia’s National Pencil Company. Exactly 100 years ago today — Saturday, April 26, 1913 — little Mary (pictured) was looking forward to the festivities of Confederate Memorial Day. She dressed gaily and planned to attend the parade. She had just come to collect her $1.20 pay from National Pencil Company superintendent Leo M. Frank at his office when she was attacked by an assailant who struck her down, ripped her undergarments, likely attempted to sexually abuse her, and then strangled her to death. Her body was dumped in the factory basement. Continue reading 100 Reasons Leo Frank Is Guilty