BlackrabbitofInle….Thanks for the video on Edwin Black. He is certainly a man who is walking a very fine line, or, in this video, of speaking a fine line between telling a little of the truth or telling all of it; of living a good life as a writer in America or of being unemployable anywhere in the world. He gave a very guarded, nervous presentation in that video, for he knew that he if were to get too close to the line of thruth, or worse yet, cross over the line, he would be in deep, deep trouble. He knows as much as anyone what happened to Jewish writers, many of them world renowned, such John Sack, Jack Bernstein, Hanna Arendt, Norm Finkelstein, Lenni Brenner, Arthur Koestler, and, as well as, of course, many non Jews such as Paul Rassinier, Jimmy Carter, Mearsheimer and Walt, Henry Ford, David Irving ( although not a real holocaust writer) and Ernst Zundel, and so many others, as we all know, for telling the truth, or, in some cases, just searching for it.
He makes a very passionate plea for understanding and peace, but he spoke to a people who have not a yet given any such thing to the Palestinians and never will until they are somehow forced to do so. He said that he was simply telling the true history of the hatred that much of the Arab has had for the Jews, but he does not mention the extreme hatred that can be found throughout the entire Talmud for the goyim, the non Jew. Nor does he tell what happened to the Christians when the Jews took over the USSR in 1917 and Spain in 1936, and thus created. in total, the deaths of tens of millions. Nor does he mention the fact, as outlined by Naeim Giladi in his book, “Ben Gurions’s Scandals”, that the destruction of many of the synagogues and the American Embassy in Iraq in the early 50’s, for example, had actually been done by the Zionists as false flags.
He makes a big deal in the video about the Arabs, who, in their desperation turned to the Nazis to defend themselves against the well trained, well financed, well armed Jews, and yet he does not say a word about the destruction of these defenseless Palestinians and the continuous theft of their land for the 60 years or more.
However, I do not wish to judge him too harshly, for to be honest, I know I would never want to have my knowledge of the world known to the world either. He at least had the courage to tell something of the truth, and that is a good step in the right direction for all of us.
You can fool too many of the people most of the time.