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Jews and Gun Control: A Reprise

Editor’s note: The immediate reaction by the left, including Pres. Obama, to the shootings in Roseburg, Oregon was to demand greater gun control. This has now become a ritual after every multiple shooting. This article by Andrew Joyce originally appeared on August 2, 2014, but is re-posted because it discusses the role of Jews as […]

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Jews and Jewish organizations lead the gun control campaign

Given the Parkland shootings, I thought it appropriate to rerun this article, originally posted on January 1, 2013. See also Andrew Joyce’s article, “Jews and gun control: A reprise.”  In Cooper Sterling’s TOO article (“Guns, profiling and White males“), he notes The Left’s irrational obsession with gun control goes beyond the latest mass shooting. It is […]

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The Tory Parliamentary Struggle to Preserve English National Identity, 1753–1858, Parts I and II

    Henry Pelham (1694–1754), Whig Prime Minister who introduced the Jew Bill in Parliament in 1753 Part I: The English Common Law Basis of Tory Anti-Judaism A legal case involving Robert Calvin, although seemingly unrelated, would play a key role in shaping attitudes and beliefs about Jews and Jewishness until the mid-nineteenth century. The plaintiff […]

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“Dejar de ser Blanca”: Irlanda y el Activismo Radical Judío

“Cinco judíos llegaron desde el mar con regalos para Tairdelbach [Rey de Munster], y fueron devueltos nuevamente al mar.”             Anales de Inisfallen, 1079 d. C. “Propongo una interrogación sobre cómo la nación irlandesa puede dejar de ser blanca (cristiana y estable), privilegiando las voces de los racializados y subvirtiendo no sólo las políticas estatales […]

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Black Crime and Its Jewish Apologists

The English county of Kent has a proud history when it comes to invasions. It’s said that the people of Kent adopted the motto Invicta (“Undefeated”) following the Norman invasion of England, because the spirited resistance of its Anglo-Saxon peasantry deterred the Normans from attempting to gain full control over the east of the county. […]