Category Archives: Jewish Journalism

Simon Schama: A Case Study in Jewish Verbosity and Ethnic Activism

I’ve now spent more than fifteen years researching the Jewish Question and the impact of Jewish influence on the West. During that time I’ve encountered and documented a number of Jews who almost single-handedly encapsulate and characterize the Jewish modus operandi, as well as the hatred that organized Jewry has for our people and our […]

The seething ethnic hostility behind the Rolling Stone scandal

Editor’s Note: Since Rolling Stone has now officially retracted its article on the fabricated UVA rape case, I thought that this would be a good time to repost Frances Carr Begbie’s article focusing on the ethnic angle that is, of course, completely missing in the mainstream media.  You would need a heart of stone not to […]

The BBC’s Danny Cohen as Ethnic Outsider

To understand the present, study the past. The Bolshevik Revolution is a good place to start. This is what the Russian writer Maxim Gorky (1868-1936) said about the Bolshevik leader Vladimir Ilyich Lenin (1870-1924): Lenin is a gifted man who has all the qualities of a leader, including these essential ones: lack of morality and […]

Jewish Journalism: A TOO Case File, Part 2

Part 1.  Now executive editor at the Guardian, the work of Jonathan Freedland (1967– ) may not be greatly familiar to TOO readers, at least when compared to some other high-profile Jewish journalists active in the United States. However, it is for precisely that reason that I felt he should number among the earliest of […]

Jewish Journalism: A TOO Case File, Part 1

One of the favored tactics of our Hebrew friends at the ADL, the SPLC, and similar organizations is the ‘Intelligence Report,’ or ‘Case File,’ on a particular individual who engages in activities unconducive to Jewish aims and aspirations. These ‘Intelligence Reports’ are normally, in fact, far from intelligent, and usually consist of a mug-shot like […]