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Voltaire Watch out for the irony. Of the Jews, When First Known WE SHALL TOUCH as little as possible upon what is divine in the history of the Jews; or, if compelled to speak of it, shall go no farther than as their miracles seem to have a connection with the usual course of events. We have all the respect that…
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by John I. Johnson YOU CAN’T drive a stake through this one! It just rises again — and again. Half-Jewish Israel critic and former Toronto Sun columnist Eric S. Margolis recently wrote on LewRockwell.com: “Tell me who you cannot criticize and I will tell you who is your master”. (Attributed…
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AS WE MARK Voltaire’s 323rd birthday — though the date of 20 February is problematic, — what significance does the great Enlightenment writer have for us now? If I had to be very very short, I’d say that Voltaire lives on as a master of the one-liner. He presents us with a paradox. Voltaire…
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By popular demand: bringing together in one post the facts about my quote, which many falsely attribute to Voltaire by Kevin Alfred Strom ABOUT A QUARTER CENTURY ago, in 1993, I said, in my American Dissident Voices broadcast titled “All America Must Know the Terror That is Upon Us,” the…
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American Dissident Voices broadcast of April 5, 2014 by Kevin Alfred Strom BRENDAN EICH (pictured) is a computer and Internet pioneer. The Web sites that host this radio program use technology that he created. He is a co-founder — and, until a few days ago, the CEO — of Mozilla, the open-source…
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