Monday, 26 January 2015

Dr. Duke discusses BBC article on “over-representation of Jewish interests” in Britain

JANUARY 26, 2015 AT 11:56 AM

Dr. David Duke discusses a recent article from the BBC’s on-line service which poses the question “Are Jews and ‘Jewish Interests’ overrepresented in government?” The article points out that in Britain there are eight times as many Jews in the Parliament as one would expect based on their population. Of course, even the non-Jewish politicians are often very willing puppets, and Dr. Duke points out that the string pullers in the media and in finance are even more likely to be Jewish. The head of the BBC, the tax-payer finance national broadcaster of what was once the leading European nation, is a Jew by the name of Danny Cohen. Cohen, who took over the BBC while still in his thirties, was the benefactor of Jewish privilege which allows for such meteoric careers for “brilliant” young Jews who lack what would otherwise be considered the prerequisite qualifications or experience.

BBC head Danny Cohen
Dr. Duke also discusses the importance of living a life of meaning that extends beyond oneself, and how participation in the struggle for freedom of one’s people and all of humanity can provide such meaning.
He then brings on Dr. Slattery, who notes the significance of the BBC article being published just a week after Jim Clancy was fired from CNN for having a tweeting dispute with Jewish activists and the same month as the obvious hypocrisies and double standards surrounding the Charlie Hebdo affair. They then discuss the fact that leading countries like the U.S., Britain, France, and Argentina have all current or recent Jewish heads of their foreign affairs ministries.
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