Tuesday, September 03, 2013

Michael Voris' Fawning Interview with Extremist and Anti-Semite E. Michael Jones, and Responses

 

Replies / Critiques 
 
Christopher Blosser (Against the Grain, 1 May 2012)

Mark Shea (26 April 2012) [+ a follow-up post]

Paul Zummo (American Catholic, 30 April 2012)

[see also the vigorous discussions in the comboxes of these articles, and ensuing Facebook discussion about this post on my page]


Related:

"E. Michael Jones, the newest anti-Semite on Iranian TV" (Aryeh Tuchman , 28 May 2011)  

"Jewish Control of the Catholic Mind: Interview with E. Michael Jones" (Real Jew News / Nathanael Kapner, 2010: an outrageously anti-Semitic site)

"E. Michael Jones and the Jews" (Fringe Watch, 9 January 2006)


9 comments:

Alan Sides said...

When Jones says admits he is a personal friend of Bp. Williamson SSPX, that sort of hurts his credibility, that and the fact he would appear on the Vortex.

Tom Ryan said...

What if he said he was a personal friend of a rabbi?

Dave Armstrong said...

Then we would know he has a rabbi friend! Maybe the rabbi's trying to convince him that anti-Semitism is wrong.

Tom Ryan said...

It would seem that whenever the Blog Clowns are cornered over their calumnies and/or threatened with lawsuits they return to the topic of anti-Semitism.

I think Jones did a pretty good job explaining why anti-Semitism is a sin .

Dave Armstrong said...

As anti-Semites invariably do; it's great cover.

Dave Armstrong said...

He hasn't touched on anything I object to. I always agree on critiques of the modernists. I detest it as much as he does.

Dave Armstrong said...

Doesn't change the fact that Jones is an anti-Semite nut, does it? He remains so.

David said...

Mr Armstrong, what would you call our Our Lord for castigating Talmudic Judaism as the "Synagogue of Satan"?

Dave Armstrong said...

I'd call Him "Lord" in any event . . .

"Talmudic Judaism" wasn't even in place in Jesus' time. The Mishnah portion of the Talmud was completed c. 200, with the Gemara complete in c. 500.