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The Jewish Mafia By Carlos Porter, Hervé Ryssen
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FRONT COVER Top: Louis “Lepke” Buchalter, gangster, responsible, as head of “Murder Inc.”, for up to 700 contract killings. Highest-ranking mobster ever to die in the... More > electric chair. Crude; lacks refinement. Bottom: Russian-Jewish “gangster capitalists” Vladimir Gusinsky (left) and Boris Berezovsky (right) drink to the “free market” (an economic fad) after scooping up trillions of dollars worth of natural resources for pennies on the dollar in crooked “privatization” schemes with copious assistance from Chechen gunmen and assassins, destroying the economy of the country, reducing over a hundred million people to abject poverty, with a crash in the birth rate, mass homelessness, hundreds of thousands of suicides, murders, “disappearances” and premature deaths through malnutrition and alcohol poisoning. Much better.< Less
War Crimes Trials and Other Essays By Carlos Porter
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Approximately 10,000 "War Crimes Trials" have been held since 1945. Trials of Japanese military personnel ended in 1949, yet "war crimes trials" of Germans and Eastern Europeans... More > continue to date. Almost invariably, the charge is "violation of the laws and customs of war," derived, in turn, from international conventions signed at the Hague in 1899 and 1907. That these trials have little or no basis in law is clear from the wording of the treaties which are said to have been violated. The illegalities of "war crimes" proceedings include the admissibility of oral and written hearsay; the introduction of the concept of "conspiracy" into international law (unknown prior to 1945); the total lack of any pre-trial inquest or forensic evidence; and trial before a court itself composed of actual "war criminals."< Less
Letters. Part One By Carlos Porter
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A collection of letters received by Carlos W. Porter, with his replies. An excerpt: Reader: Laughably, you think that pointing out the incredible methods of murder alleged at Nuremberg somehow makes... More > them untenable. Carlos Porter: Makes what untenable? Do you really believe that the “steam chambers”, “electrical chambers”, “vacuum chambers”, and the other obvious lies, most of them of Soviet origin, do not rather tend to discredit the Nuremberg evidence and judgment, even just a little bit? Reader: Unfortunately, this is precisely why the Holocaust will continue to live on in human memory. C.P.: No doubt, because Jews will produce thousands of books, comic books, movies, and television shows about their “suffering”, often in admitted works of fiction. You can turn on the television any hour of the day or night in any country on the face of the earth, and there will always be at least one show about “poor persecuted Jews” and their endless “suffering” and “sensitivity”. Don’t you think this has gone far enough?< Less
Requiem for Rhodesia By Carlos Porter
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REVIEWS: "In re-reading this brilliant essay one should be reminded that the author was only 26 years old at the time and had not been brought up in Africa. Considering that, it is truly... More > remarkable that he could have been so unfashionably 'illiberal' and so insightful into the African psyche." (From the Bantu Education Blog) "He was dead on." "I hope more people read it, and think about how things have turned out." "Excellent summary of the situation as it was at that time." "A fact-packed read that is very hard to digest." "A sobering lengthy read... In Africa today cities and towns that once were models of grace, order, efficiency and development have either turned into sprawling urban crime-ridden slums with gridlocked traffic jams, or are decaying quietly away as the jungle and wilderness slowly reclaim what once was theirs." (From the New Rhodesian Forum)< Less