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by Hadding Scott “One of the strangest photographs of the war was taken by Schulz-Koehn outside La Cigale, a jazz club in Paris. It shows a gypsy (Django), four Africans and a Jew posed smiling beside a fellow officer. The Germans were there not to arrest these men but to listen to them play.”…
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by David Sims THE BRITISH Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) and Netflix will host a television series about the fall of the ancient Trojan city, Troy. The Trojans were a White people closely related to the Greeks. The series is a vehicle for misinformation and racial propaganda in that it features a Black…
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by Max Musson FOLLOWING THE SHOWING of the first part, just over a week ago, of the new BBC drama serial ‘Gunpowder’, BBC executives have been criticised for what many have regarded as the unnecessarily gruesome and gory presentation of the Guy Fawkes November 5th plot to blow up parliament. While the…
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EMBRYOS THAT are less than 0.001% human — and the rest pig — have been made and analysed by scientists. It is the first proof chimeras — named after the mythical lion-goat-serpent monster — can be made by combining material from humans and animals. However, the scientific…
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by Max Musson IN A SOMEWHAT unprecedented move, the BBC, that bastion of political correctness, is set to mark if not mourn the passing of the Cockney folk who have for centuries characterised the East End of London. In a programme to be broadcast on 24th May, the ‘Last Whites of the East End’, the BBC will…
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One question: Is host Simon Lederman also a Jew? POLICE HAVE OPENED an investigation into a BBC radio caller who made antisemitic accusations throughout a 13-minute on-air conversation. The caller, referred to as “Andy from St. Margaret’s”, told BBC Radio London host Simon Lederman that “Zionist…
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by Mark Weber DURING THE Second World War, George Orwell (pictured) wrote a weekly radio political commentary, designed to counter German and Japanese propaganda in India, that was broadcast over the BBC overseas service. His wartime work for the BBC was a major inspiration for his monumental novel,…
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by Hadding Scott BBC Television’s Channel 4 has a new series called Dead Famous DNA, hosted by Mark Evans, a veterinary scientist who previously hosted a show called Bigfoot Files. The new show depicts in trivial detail Evans’ efforts to acquire samples of DNA from famous dead people,…
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TODAY I HAVE a quiz for you. Take a look at the guy on the right and try to work out whether he’s more likely to be a descendant of (a) legendary BBC founder Lord Reith, or (b) a pickpocket from the Baghdad Bazaar. Well done if you chose the latter. For Alan Yetob’s parents were Jews who fled Baghdad…
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95-YEAR-OLD British WW2 veteran Victor Gregg, like American author-to-be Kurt Vonnegut, was an Allied POW in Dresden when it was firebombed in 1945. Here he recounts the terrifying, dehumanizing experience for the BBC this week. For 40 years after this chilling experience Gregg never laughed —…
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