Tuesday 16 August 2011


Later on Monday we went to hear Simon Sebag Montefiore talking about his new book. I didn't quite enjoy this performance as much when I'd heard him on his Stalin books in previous years. If I remember correctly last time he walked up and down the stage speaking directly to the audience. This time he was "interviewed" by Allan Little of the BBC. But then, I hate the BBC with a passion...

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james higham
I hate the BBC with a passion...  
I'm also a paid up member of that club.

23 August 2011, 13:43:17 GMT+01:00
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There used to be, pre Stock Exchange Big Bang, a stockbroking firm called Joesph Sebag of which this person's Semitic kinsman was Senior Partner.  
 Stalin was a great disappointment to the"Russian" Jewish Revolutionaries who created him.  
The Ashkhenazi racial (and, tautologically) religious aliens who organised the Russian Revolution thought that the Georgian peasant, Stalin, could be easily managed in the matter of destroying his own culture .  
The Jews were outfoxed by the crafty Stalin, after which point the atavistic howls of "Anti - Semitism' began to echo.  
 In London University's Professor Orlando Figes we find an historian of the Russian Revolution ( A People's Tragedy) who, ever mindful of upsetting the Chosen People, merely says the following about the role of Jews in the disaster, - "While most Jews were not Revolutionaries, most Revolutionaries were Jews".

22 August 2011, 11:51:25 GMT+01:00