Ricky, a Republican insider with close ties to the centers of Jewish political influence, went on a mission to expose me as an “anti-semite, “racist,” “nazi”, “fascist,” as well as every other epithet ascribed to those who dare to expose elements of Jewish extremism.
Rickey publicly announced, lo and behold, that the proof I must be a “nazi,” “anti-Semite,” etc. was because I sold “anti-Semitic” books! The Jewish, New York-owned Newhouse newspaper, The New Orleans Times-Picayune, was happy to publicize and praise her efforts. It didn’t matter that at the time I happened to own a commercial bookstore that like most bookstores, one could order every book available in the United States. The fact that Barnes and Noble sells Mein Kampf does not make Jewish owners of that bookstore members of the SS
Ironically, I have always been a bit naive in thinking that anyone could be reached with the truth when one expresses it adequately. And when Rickey started her vicious crusade against me, instead of reacting with hate and vitriol against her, I actually sent her some letters on the issues explaining my position and we even talked by phone a few times.
I think my words and arguments got to her. I remember reading articles later which quoted her as saying that she was so shaken and affected by my arguments that she had to get reprogrammed by her friends because she was beginning to agree with much of what I said. I began to see someone very conflicted, as is true of anyone who finally opens their mind to the real supremacism, the powerful supremacism that leads us into war for Israel, to torture and our own economy to bankruptcy and our own boys to maiming and death by the thousands.