The culprit transpired to be a 50-year-old Jewish employee of the center. This writer recalls mentioning this good news to the New Zealand Jewish Chronicle, which had reported the incident as an example of “anti-Semitism,” but which declined to print a correction for the peace of mind of its readers. An outcry had also been caused at around the time when a 23 year old woman claimed to have been attacked by Arabs who thought she was Jewish. She subsequently admitted she had contrived the story.

The collapse of the “affair of the RER railway” embarrassed President Chirac as he prepared to give his annual Bastille Day pep talk to the nation today, with racism and hate crimes among the top subjects. …The President no doubt regrets the way in which he seized on the reported attack last weekend as ministers and the media poured out a torrent of condemnation of mindless, anti-Semitic violence on suburban housing estates. M Chirac voiced horror at the reported actions of the youths who were said to have attacked the woman and her 13-month-old child as they travelled on the RER Express Métro in the Sarcelles area. They were said to have cut off hair and sliced the clothes of the woman and daubed swastikas on her stomach with markers. The woman had told police that they had attacked her after wrongly identifying her as Jewish. They were also said to have thrown her child to the ground….[59]

In Binghamton, New York, swastikas and slogans, including “Kill Kikes” and “Zionazi Racist,” were found inside the door leading to the Jewish Student Union of the State University. The New York Times, November 15, 1989, reported that the perpetrator is the former president of the Jewish Student Union, James Oppenheimer, who led protests in condemning the vandalism.

Such bogus incidences are frequent but are usually undertaken by deranged individual Jews, rather than being Zionist organizational contrivances. However, what is notable is the manner by which Zionists will jump very quickly onto the bandwagon and exploit any such incident without evidence, to maintain the central Zionist myth of pervasive and inherent Gentile anti-Semitism, without which the Zionist enterprise would become quickly bankrupt.


[1] Bernard Lazare, Anti-Semitism: its history & causes, Paris, 1894. (London, 1967), 178.

[2] Ibid., 179.

[3] Rabbi Elmer Berger, The Jewish Dilemma (New York: Devin-Adair, 1945), 207.

[4] Benny Morris, Righteous Victims: A History of the Zionist-Arab Conflict, 1881-1999 (New York: Alfred A Knopf, 1999), 21.

[5] T Herzl, The Diaries of Theodor Herzl (New York, 1962), 91.

[6] J Klatzkin, Krisis und Entscheidung in Judentum, Berlin 1921, 118.

[7] Jay Lefkowitz, New York Times Magazine, February 12, 1995, 65.

[8] D. Stewart, Theodor Herzl (New York 1974), 25.

[9] Ibid p. 251, fn

[10] Ibid.,  6.

[11] Ibid., 25.

[12] Ibid., 322.

[13] R Patai (ed) The complete diaries of Theodore Herzl (London, 1960), Vol IV, 1525.

[14] M Menhuin, Decadence of Judaism in our time, (New York, 1969), 46.

[15] Chaim Weizmann Letters and papers (Oxford 1971), Vol. II, 284. Weizman was instrumental in obtaining the Balfour Declaration in 1917, from Lord Balfour, another anti-Semite. As Home Secretary in 1905, Arthur Balfour had introduced the Aliens Act to keep out Jewish refugees fleeing the pogroms out of Britain. The Zionist HQ in Britain was called Balfour House in the anti-Semite’s honour.

[16] German Zionist Federation.

[17] Leni Brenner, Zionism in the Age of Dictators, (Connecticut, 1983), 45.

[18] Joachim Prinz, “Zionism under the Nazi Government,” Young Zionist (London, November 1937), 18. Rabbi Prinz was to return to Germany in 1960 to lecture the Germans about a revival of Nazism after Stasi-orchestrated anti-Semitic incidents.

[19] Tom Segev, One complete Palestine (London: Abacus Books, 2002), 461.

[20] Ibid., 393.

[21] Ibid., 394.

[22] Ibid., 398.

[23] Ibid., 394.

[24] Ibid., 402.

[25] Ibid., 395, citing “Report of the Immigration Dept. of the Jewish Agency 1937-39, Immigration of Unfit People.”

[26] Ibid., 395.

[27] Not to be confused with his father, who was avidly anti-Zionist, as quoted above.

[28] N Giladi, Ben Gurion’s Scandals: How the Haganah & the Mossad Eliminated Jews

[29] N Giladi, “The Jews of Iraq,”

[30] Wilber C Eveland, Ropes of Sand: America’s Failure in the Middle East (New York: W.W. Norton, 1980). Eveland worked as a Middle East specialist for the CIA, National Security Council and State Department.

[31] Joseph P Kamp, Bigots Behind the Swastika Spree (New York: Headlines, 1960). A copy is available from this writer.

[32] Investigations by West German authorities proved that the “anti-Semitic incidences ” were instigated by the East German Stasi in order to discredit Bonn. The Anti-Semitic and Nazi Incidents: White Paper (Bonn: Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, 1960). A copy is available from this writer.

[33] Kamp, op.cit., 16.

[34] Ibid., 24.

[35] Ibid., 25-26.

[36] Ibid., 27-28.

[37] Ibid., 28.

[38] Ibid., 29.

[39] Ibid., 29.

[40] Ibid., 30.

[41] Ibid.

[42] Ibid., 32.

[43] Ibid.

[44] Ibid., 31.

[45] Ibid., 32.

[46] Ibid., 34.

[47] Ibid.

[48] Committee on Un-American Activities, Preliminary Report on Neo-Fascist & Hate Groups (Washington: Government Printing Office, 1954). Online at:

[49] Kamp, op.cit., 35.

[50] Ibid., 36.

[51] Patrick Walsh, The Unholy Alliance (Ontario: Canadian Intelligence Publications, 1986), 9-12.

[52] Ibid., 13.

[53] Presumably this means that it had a high concentration of Jewish residents.

[54] June 25, 1965.

[55] Walsh, op.cit., 14.

[56] Canadian Association For Free Expression, Press Release, November 26, 2000.

[57] Rannie Amiri, “Anti-Semitism in France, but which Semites?,” Studies in Islam & the Middle East,

[58] Verena Von Derschau, “French investigators sceptical about unknown group that claimed responsibility for the attack on Paris Jewish Center,” Associated Press, August 23, 2004.

[59] Charles Brenner, “Woman’s swastika ordeal exposed as fantasy,” The Times, July 14, 2004.