Thursday, March 13, 2008

Nuremberg Rally at Oxford:

1. Please take a look at the new ALEF WATCH feature at

2. Oxford holds a Nuremberg Rally:

Poor Barry Chamish
by Steven Plaut

Your favorite conspiracy fiction writer and UFO nut, Barry the Chamish,
the chronically unemployed inventor of "theories" for Neo-Nazi
organizations and web sites, has a timeless investigative technique.

Above, Chamish with the source for his investigative reporting.
It is called lying and fabrication.
Chamish is incapable of putting more than 6 words on a page without lying
and usually also not without several grammar and spelling errors.
Chamish does not like me because I proved that his entire "theory" about
the Rabin assassination is a collection of lies. It is not necessary to
disprove his other "theories," about UFOs and space aliens and such, etc.
Anyhow, to "discredit" me, Chamish regularly invents imaginary nameless
people who Chamish claims have run to him with lurid gossipy stories about
me. Actually most of Chamish's sources about everything are nameless
imaginary people. He once claimed a nameless student of mine had come to
him to tell him what an awful lecturer I am, as if an MBA student would
actually talk to a Chamish. Well, in his latest epistle to his remaining
eight followers, the Chamish claims a female school mate of mine from dem
olde country, naturally nameless, wrote him about how unpopular I was with
the girls there back in school, and I pulled their pigtails and such. It
is as truthful as anything else Chamish has ever crayoned.
Poor little Chamish.
Someone should tell him that I went to an all-boys school in Philadelphia.
No sooner does Chamish get clobbered in court for lying about Ben Gvir and
hit with a 36,000 NIS fine than he tries to invent a female school mate of
mine from yesteryear from an all boys school!
How was he to know? Our intrepid investigative reporter flunks once

4. Hamas Yes, Feiglin No, in Britain:

5. Leftist Thugs:

6. Dersh on Hamas:

7. Kuwaiti paper denounces yeshiva attack

Jersualem Post march 11, 2008

A Kuwaiti newspaper on Tuesday published unprecedentedly harsh
criticism of
the terror attack which killed eight students at Mercaz Harav Yeshiva.

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