Entries by Francis Goumain

Jules Cambon, the Sykes-Picot Agreement, and the Balfour Declaration: Exposing Jewish Machinations in World War I

The Sykes-Picot agreement map, signed in May 1916, with the proposed dividing line, once the Ottoman empire is defeated, between A = French zone, B = British zone (yellow, the «Jewish reservation in Palestine) The Balfour declaration consists of 129 words, including the date and the polite formula, so why has it not fallen into […]

823 – 2023: 1200 years ago: Agobard’s letter to Louis the Pious about the “insolence of the Jews”

It is remarkable that complaints about Jewish behavior have been so consistent through the centuries, in very different cultural and social eras. Twelve centuries ago, between 823 and 828, the actual date is not precisely known,  Saint Agobard (769 – 840), bishop of Lyon (France), who contributed to making his episcopal city one of the […]