Tag Archives: Hilaire Belloc
An insightful essay which provides a perfect overview of how what has now become known as the “mainstream media” engages in the invention of fake news through the manipulation of events, half-truths, total omissions, and outright lies.
Written more than a century ago, and dealing with what was then the printed media, the author’s observations, evidence, and conclusions are just as applicable today as they were at the time.
By Hilaire Belloc. This defining work on Jews, Jewish ethnicity, behavior, impact, and the causes of anti-Semitism, remains one of the most ground-breaking and incisive such studies ever produced in the English language.
The book—dedicated to Hilaire Belloc’s Jewish friends—laid the blame for anti-Semitism squarely on Jewish behavior, that is, Gentile reaction to what he called the “inevitability of friction” caused by the presence of Jews in non-Jewish society.