Category Archives: Mark Dankof

Bishop Williamson addressed Right-Wing Extremist Group

Last month (Nov. 9-10), Bishop Richard Williamson was a featured speaker at a conference sponsored by the American Free Press (AFP), a right-wing extremist publication founded by Willis Carto. Williamson is a strong believer in the type of New World … Continue reading

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Mark Glenn’s new anti-Semitic broadcasting network

In recent weeks, Mark Glenn has made several upgrades to his operation over at The Ugly Truth podcast and blog. In the past he simply did a weekly podcast of a recorded conversation he had with a guest. Now he … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Judaism, Anti-Semitism, Blood Libel, Jonathan Azaziah, Keith Johnson, Mark Dankof, Mark Glenn, Talmud | 28 Comments

E. Michael Jones, the newest anti-Semite on Iranian TV

Press TV, the English-language TV channel sponsored by the Iranian government, has now roped another noted anti-Semite into its stable of news commentators: Eugene Michael Jones, a traditionalist Catholic who edits the extremist monthly, Culture Wars. So far Jones has … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Semitism, E. Michael Jones, Iran, Mark Dankof, Mark Glenn, Paul Sheldon Foote, Press TV | 7 Comments

The unreconstructed anti-Judaism of Mark Glenn

And then we come to Mark Glenn, another commentator for Press TV. It’s hard to know where to start with this guy. It’s not very common to see such blatant and unapologetic anti-Judaism as his these days. Probably the most … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Judaism, Holocaust denial, Mark Dankof, Mark Glenn, Press TV | 2 Comments

More on Paul Sheldon Foote

The post on Paul Sheldon Foote has proven to be among the most popular on the blog so far. So let me give a few additional pointers for people interested in learning more about this guy. Probably the most important … Continue reading

Posted in Anti-Judaism, Anti-Semitism, David Duke, Institute for Historical Review, Mark Dankof, Mark Weber, Paul Sheldon Foote | 2 Comments