- Hardcover: 766 pages
- Publisher: OUP Oxford; 1st edition edition (23 Mar. 1995)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0192129562
- ISBN-13: 978-0192129567
- Product Dimensions: 22.2 x 4.4 x 14.8 cm
- Average Customer Review: 1.0 out of 5 stars See all reviews (1 customer review)
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The History of Broadcasting in the United Kingdom, vol. 3: The War of Words: The War of Words Vol 3 Hardcover – 23 Mar 1995
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The policy was to follow the Jewish lead: war against Germany was to be pursued at all costs, provided these were borne by non-Jews. There seems to have been no examination whatever of Jewish money, the bankrupting of Britain, and the final delivery of the USA to Jewish interests. All the big names of jewry were suppressed. The result was and is a proliferation of promotion of nonentities. Napoleon commented on baubles; here we have a world of honorary degrees from Eatanswill University, Commanders of Ruritanian Empires, grandiose titles for BBC office boys, adults tapped on the shoulder by an ignoramus.
"Tell lies, then die" might be Briggs' epitaph. I wonder if there might be some long term perspective: it's noticeable that these hacks ('Lord Hill of Luton' was another BBC title that amused me) form no dynasties, although on the face of it their wonderful expertise and life experience might be passed on. Jewish puppets are disposable.
Possibly it will be worth someone's time in the future to compare truths with BBC reports: Jewish declarations against Germany, misrepresentations against Hitler, Churchill's desperation to get the USA into war, the hidden names of Jews, the lies about Stalin and war crimes, about Churchill's bodyguard of liars: Sefton Delmer (Jew from Hungary; obsessive liar), Ian Jacob (must have hushed up atrocities, against whites, and made them up, about 'jews'), being typical of the broadcasters. Kent-Wolkoff seems not to be mentioned; even Dresden gave me nothing; Hitler's leaflet drop 'A Last Appeal to Reason' seems omitted. The Asa Briggs chronicles (not history) are just right for officials of the jewish empire with no interest in truth.
It is imperative that everyone interested in truth and the future shall climb out of this dismal swamp of psychopathy.
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