Harry’s Place reports that the Dean of Bradford has reversed his clear opposition to Gilad Atzmon’s antisemitism.
“We’re seeing a Palestine Solidarity Campaign organiser persuading a senior Anglican churchman to attack a leading anti-racist campaigner (Nick Lowles of Hope Not Hate) in order to defend an outspoken antisemite.”
Does the Church of England have a particular responsibility to be careful to avoid hosting an antisemitic event?
The following is from Atzmon’s new book:
While the Holocaust “was not at all an historical narrative,” the “accusations of Jews making matzo out of young Goyim’s blood,” may be true (page 175, 185).
Jews caused the recent credit crunch, which the author calls “the Zio-punch” (page 22).
The American media “failed to warn the American people of the enemy within” because of money (page 27).
“[M]ore and more Jews are being pulled into an obscure, dangerous and unethical fellowship” (page 21).
If Iran and Israel fight a nuclear war that kills millions of people, “some may be bold enough to argue that ‘Hitler might have been right after all’” (page 179).
The “new Jewish religion…could well be the most sinister religion known to man…” (page 149).