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Jim Roberts' latest letter's (5/30/ID) outrageous attempt to argue in favor of the supposed possible validity of one of the most notorious anti-Semitic forgeries of all time, "Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion", outdoes even his previous letters in its brazen distortion. Mr. Roberts' letter quotes the head of the Anti-Defamation league, Abraham Foxman, as allegedly stating that in the non-Jewish world, there is a wide belief in the "validity" of the Protocols. But a glance at Wikipedia shows that what Abraham Foxman actually said was that there is a widespread belief in the "myth" of their validity, not that there was any legitimate reason to think that they could be genuine. Mr. Foxman also, in a letter dated September 21, 2004, which can be easily accessed in a Google search, asked Wal-Mart to stop selling the "Protocols", a request that Wal-Mart complied with. Mr. Foxman's letter stated that there was no question that the "Protocols" are a forgery, one which has "been a major weapon in the arsenals of Anti-Semites around the world". In addition, according to Wikipedia, the "Protocols" are currently used as propaganda by groups such as Hezbollah and Hamas (which the US has put on its terrorist list). Wikipedia also quotes verbatim a passage in "Mein Kampf" in which Adolph Hitler endorsed the "Protocols", showing just how influential this despicable fraud was in leading to the Holocaust. The only difference is that, in the quoted passage, even Hitler himself acknowledged that a German newspaper of the time considered the "Protocols" to be fake (which he claimed to be proof that they were "authentic".) One can only wish that Mr. Roberts' letter had been as "objective" as Mein Kampf.
Roger Algase, Esq.
New York, NY
Sometimes I read Jim Roberts' daily ID letters, and say to myself, "These letters can't be serious. they are just saying this stuff to get a rise out of us". However, when they keep at it day after day, and reinforces what appear to me to be restrictionist and intolerant opinions, one can't help but presume that we must take them at their word. The letters' comments really do appear to be intolerant in their opinions about race. However, when I read his letter of (5/30/08 ID), I felt duty bound to protest, because enough is enough. In particular, the comment in that letter about, "a prudent restrictionist policy advocation that promotes a cohesive society," is fraught with danger in the guise of softly spoken innuendo. When a letter advocates a "cohesive society", it by definition then must exclude those that don't "fit in". This very idea flies in the face of everything that our free society stands for. In this country, we are tolerant of almost
everything except intolerance. His letter (5/29/08 ID) states that, "A racist comment is a comment that reflects a belief that a given race is inherently inferior to another race". I would expand upon that concept to it's inevitable conclusion, and thusly infer that it would conclude that some races are inherently not cohesive with other races. Furthermore, his letter (5/28/08 ID) contains the comment, "consistent with the values of a civilized, democratic society". I find the use of that phrase extremely ironic, as his letters are almost uniform in their inconsistency with those very values.
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