It’s at times like these that one gets to know who one’s true friends are. Huge thanks for all the kind and supportive messages received over the past few days. I am still waiting for proof – one SINGLE proof – of allegations made against me. So far, nada.
There was, however, enough proof to find lawyer Mark Lewis guilty of bringing his profession into disrepute. In a report published yesterday, the Jewish Chronicle predictably claimed I was one of his “attackers”. Poor man. In the warped minds of certain hacks, being asked questions in a civil manner equates to being “attacked”? Twice in the space of less than a week, this same publication has also stated that I was given a “two-year suspended sentence”. As one good friend notes: would that be illiteracy, ignorance, or a wish to mislead? Oh well, at least the JC can be said to act in the tribal interests of its readership.
Readership of Hate Not Hope [sic] is perhaps wider than that of the JC, but HnH is in reality a similar tribal outfit, funded of course by Globalist George Soros’ Open Society, with the aim being to erase national identity except one: Zionism. Hence, both the JC and HnH share the same fundamental ideological values.
For sure, HnH owes “nationalist” website Hapless & Desperate [sic] a pint or two. In comparison to HnH’s coverage of BRAND Alison Chabloz which wavers between mild flattery and typically weak attempts at humiliation, H&D’s latest hatchet jobs might come across as positively hateful if they weren’t so utterly daft. Still, as the old saying goes, all publicity is good.
HnH has also recently announced a new pamphlet on “Holocaust” revisionism. Amazon’s preview page suggests a school text book. Rather than offering a pint, perhaps Mr Collins might wish to send a copy to his H&D colleague just in case the latter is ever caught short?