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Introduction to Two Treatises on Jews and Freemasonry: Édouard Drumont and Nicolae Paulescu

Jewish Freemasonry: Two Treatises by Éduard Frumont & Nicholae Paulescu with an Introduction by Alexander Jacob Contents Introduction  — Alexander Jacob I. “The Freemasons” (Jewish France, Book VI, Chapter 1) — Édouard Drumont II. “Freemasonry,” from The Hospital, the Qur’an, the Talmud, the Kahal, and Freemasonry, Ch. V – Nicolae Paulescu Introduction Freemasonry and its goals have been […]


Léo Taxil: Is Anti-Semitism worse than pornography and Talmudic blasphemy?

The Villain, the Dummy, the Good, the Suss, from left to right, Léo Taxil (1854–1907) whose real name is Gabriel Jogand-Pagès , Luigi Rotelli (1833 – 1891) the archbishop of Pharsale and apostolic nuncio, Édouard Drumont, author of La France juive (1844–1917), Georges Bernanos (1888–1948) In 1931, Georges Bernanos published a pamphlet entitled La Grande […]


On Jewish Vulgarity

I read with interest a recent column in The Tablet by David Mikics (Professor of English, University of Houston) on Jewish vulgarity or, as the piece otherwise explains it, “the once-vibrant Jewish trait of not caring what the goyim think.” Although touted as a three-part series, only the first part has been published thus far, […]


Degas and the Jews

Edgar Degas: Self Portrait 1865-66 It is customary in our political circles to link cultural modernism (and its negative social consequences) to Jewish influence. While there are strong grounds for this stance, things are sometimes more complicated than this narrative would suggest. Take, for instance, the group of painters who made up the French Impressionist […]