Clarification

Note of 16 July 2018: This post has been merged within the book preface of my translation of Deschner’s book (here).

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Esau’s Tears

Excerpted from Esau’s Tears: Modern Anti-Semitism and the Rise of the Jews (Cambridge University Press, 2009); a book that could have been subtitled “Jewish takeover (‘rise’) and Gentile reaction (‘anti-Semitism’)”. Preface That I have devoted many years of study to anti-Semitism underlines how important I think it has been and is. Expressing irritation with Jews,…

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The fall of Rome

“But the advances made by Jewish theology were more dangerous than the disorder of the streets and the robber.” —Theodor Mommsen, in Provinces of the Roman Empire, from Caesar to Diocletian 1. Constantine the Great, also Saint Constantine (Emperor from 306 to 337 C.E.) has been described as a monster even for the standards of…

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