Alexander Baron And The ITMA Label:
A Selected, Annotated, Chronological Bibliography
(2009)


January 1, 2009: The Menace Of Sexism In Chess was published on this site, initially as a compressed PDF.

This was replaced later with an uncompressed version. For an explanation regarding all compressed PDF files alluded to on this page and elsewhere on this site, click here.


January 2: The Story Of Bonnie And Clyde was published on this site (initially) in compressed PDF.

I added an HTML page for it and linked it to the ARTICLES section, the BARON PAMPHLETS Section, the OTHER CONTRIBUTORS Section and the POETRY Section.


January 3: The poem Waves Within was published on this site.

I wrote this in 1984.


January 4: The Haiku beginning “A truth that’s told with...” was published on this site in the Poetry section under Haiku (Various).


January 5: The following were published on SongFacts, apparently in the small hours:

Dark Now My Sky by Barclay James Harvest
Doctor Doctor by Barclay James Harvest

Any Old Iron by Harry Champion

Gertcha by Chas & Dave

And The Address by Deep Purple
Wring That Neck by Deep Purple

I Got Rhythm by George Gershwin (listed here as by Ethel Merman)
Someone To Watch Over Me by George Gershwin (listed here as by Gertrude Lawrence)

Josephine Baker by Sailor
Traffic Jam by Sailor

Be Good To Yourself credited here as by Andrew Savage, but written, of course, by Alexander Baron
The Funny Farm credited here as by Andrew Savage, but written, of course, by Alexander Baron

Gudbuy T’Jane by Slade

Palace Of Versailles by Al Stewart

La Marseillaise listed here as traditional
San Min Chu I listed here as traditional

Homegrown by Neil Young.


January 7: This morning I received an E-mail from the Michael Stone website sponsor; he has reactivated the old Michael Stone domain; when I E-mailed him, my message bounced, so I phoned his office and left a message about what had happened in the meantime.


January 7: This evening I published the following on this site:

Israel’s Right To Self-Defence: A Story In A Few Words - And Horrific Pictures.

This includes a cartoon from the Arab press and 14 photographs of young victims from the latest horror in Gaza.

A PDF scan of the Jewish Chronicle article by Julian Kossoff, Anti-Israel pamphlet referred to law officer was linked to this and to the review section.


January 10: I added scans of two documents to this site:

“THE SWEDISH GOVERNMENT INVESTIGATIVE COMMISSION RECOMMENDS THE WIESENTHAL CENTRE ALLEGATIONS BE DISREGARDED.” - a three page PDF
“Analysis of the Simon Wiesenthal Institute list of alleged war criminals” - a four page PDF.

These can be found on an introductory page in the Other Contributors section called “Two Documents Concerning The Simon Wiesenthal Center And Its Witch Hunt”; I also added a note to the introduction to the scan of Holocaust Affirmers regarding this.


January 14: The following were published on SongFacts:

Barney Google by Eddie Cantor

The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo by Charles Coborn

There’s No One As Irish As Barack Obama by The Corrigan Brothers, with Song Image (the text for the latter is not mine).

Bad Attitude by Deep Purple
Soldier Of Fortune by Deep Purple
Stormbringer by Deep Purple

Take My Hand, Precious Lord by Thomas A. Dorsey (listed here under Mahalia Jackson)

F Troop Theme from the American TV Series

Gigi from the film Gigi (credited initially to Louis Jordan but amended - apparently in late 2014 - to Lerner & Loewe)
Thank Heaven For Little Girls from the film Gigi, (listed here under Maurice Chevalier)

The Loyalist by Dave Nachmanoff

Maybe Next Time by Rainbow

Immelmann Turn by Al Stewart

Mr Custer by Larry Verne (with Song Image).


January 14: A Minor Critique Of Revisionist Methodology was published on this site linked to a letter (initially) in WORD format I sent my doctor the previous year (to illustrate a point).


January 14: I corrected a scan on the Michael Stone website.

I’d noticed recently that one page relating to Damien Daley’s evidence was actually upside down!


January 17: Dethroning The Dollar by James Robertson was published on FinancialReform.


January 18: The following were published on this site:

DON’T BE CONNED! from Pensioners’ Voice, May 1990

‘Alleged rapists’ will lose right from the South London Press, April 2000

Jamal did have a good lawyer, from the Journalist, May 2001

The first was published in PDF; the other two in JPG format.


January 19: I added guestbooks to this site, IsMichaelStoneGuilty and FinancialReform.


January 20: Sometime today, apparently, a supplementary songfact was published on SongFacts: Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?

It was edited, and misquoted! The error was corrected circa January 27, 2009.


January 20: The poem Basil was published on this site, in PDF.

The scan includes the front page of MAR (issue 1) a scan of Nihilism As An Artform (already published here in HTML format) and the contributors’ page of the magazine. The associated text file includes a few words of explanation.

I also added RHODESIA: MYTHS AND FACTS by Ian G. Anderson in PDF to the Other Contributors section, with a short HTML introduction.


January 23: The following were published on this site, both in PDF:

Green Sheep Of The Family, from Investors Chronicle, January 1990 including the relevant contents page.

The Final Taboo...


January 24: I added a page called “Legal Comment From A Webmaster” to IsMichaelStoneGuilty:

This consists of extracts from three E-Mails from John Aidiniantz, and a bit of introductory blurb from me.


January 25: I made the first major update of SearchlightArchive for nearly five years!

I added three PDFs:

“Help Me Bury Ray Hill” - a scan of one of the versions of this leaflet

Jews From The Sewers

A scan of the first edition of Searchlight On Gerry Gable And His Bosom Pal Ray Hill...

Surprisingly, neither “Help Me Bury Ray Hill” nor Liars Ought To Have Good Memories... were in the bibliography. I added these entries.


January 28: State Harassment Of Dissident Writer from Spearhead, December 1998 was published on this site:

This is comprised of JPG scans of the two pages - which includes other, unrelated material - and a bit of introductory blurb.


January 30: The following were published on SongFacts:

A Young Gypsy, by Joan Baez
Where Are You Now, My Son? by Joan Baez

Voices by Russ Ballard

Brother Thrush by Barclay James Harvest
Cheap The Bullet by Barclay James Harvest
Early Morning by Barclay James Harvest
Leper’s Song by Barclay James Harvest
Love Is Like A Violin by Barclay James Harvest
Mother Dear by Barclay James Harvest
Poor Wages by Barclay James Harvest

All Alone by Irving Berlin
All By Myself by Irving Berlin
What’ll I Do? by Irving Berlin

Could You Please Oblige Us With A Bren Gun? by Noël Coward
Forbidden Fruit by Noël Coward
The Baseball Rag by Noël Coward

Chinese Laundry Blues by George Formby

I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You from the Lloyd Webber/Rice musical Evita, credited here to Julia Covington

Since You’ve Been Gone by Rainbow

Who Do You Think You’re Kidding, Mr Hitler? (attributed initially to Noël Coward! It was corrected by February 1).


January 30: Noël Coward was published on ArtistFacts.


January 30: The following were published on this site:

A PDF scan of magazing five: front cover, inside front cover, Futility, City Kid, The Gambler and Creep in that order.

Some explanatory blurb, duplicated on all the relevant pages.

Link from here.


January 31: The following were published on this site:

Let Us Pay - a PDF scan of a review from Topical Books, Autumn 1991.

A letter re “Health Food” from the same issue.

Two scans from issue 37 of Factsheet Five, circa July 1990 - reviews of We’re Coming For Your Telecom Shares and Wrong Side Of The River

A scan of a review of The Computerised Identity Card from Catalyst issue 5. Called ITMA PUBLISHES NEW BOOK BY ALEXANDER BARON, it was written by Troy Southgate. This publication is actually a pamphlet rather than a book.


February 1: The following were published on this site:

A cartoon of a mouse using a computer Revenge of the Mouse!
A cartoon featuring a mammoth - Man the Hunter!

Both the above were posted to the Cartoon Gallery in JPG format. I found the mouse cartoon in an Internet caff in Central London; the mammoth cartoon is from The New Yorker, August 13, 2007, page 48.

A PDF scan of the May 1990 issue of The Pentatette which includes several limericks from A Book Of Limericks together with a flattering review.

This is in the Review section under A Book Of Limericks; also included is quite a bit of explanatory blurb.


February 2: Three limericks were published on this site:

Dennis Taylor: World Professional Snooker Champion 1985
The Mark Kaylor Fan Club (WHNF)
The Siren Of Rei


February 3: Six limericks were published on this site:

Boy George
John McEnroe
No Go For Coe
On Siegmund Freud
The Young Lady Of Penge
There Was A Young Man Of A Famous Welsh Town.


February 4: Five limericks were published on this site:

Boozer Loser
On Literary Genius
On The Limerick
The Psycho From Wokingham
War Is War, Oy Vay.


February 5: International Cassette Network: Kentucky Fried Style was published on this site in PDF, from Outlook, 1990.

I also listed Peace and freedom from the same issue, but I think I missed this; whatever, it was added November 4, 2010 for certain.

I also added three limericks:

The Nasty Old Sheikh
The Stork
The Very Lovely Lady.


February 7: Four limericks were published on this site:

The Clergyman’s Daughter
The Supermac Syndrome
The Young Girl Of Uttoexter (1 & 2).

I also published a scan of an autographed photograph of Dennis Taylor (beneath the relevant limerick rather than in the Image Gallery).


February 8: Criminal Tendencies from New Computer Express (in PDF), and a cartoon from Nexus (in JPG format) were published on this site.


February 10: The following limericks were published on this site:

’Ello, ’Ello, ’Ello
The Whore From Down Under (2 different ones)
The Whore From Staines
The Young Lady From Brighton
Wrong Arm Of The Law.


February 11: The following limericks were published on this site:

All At Sea
An Extended Limerick: The Public Schoolboy
An Unrhymed Limerick: The Young Fellow Named Hunt
Hubble’s Law
Patrick Moore
Queer Talk
The Masonic Accountant
Up The Argies
Up The Front
Walker’s No Balker
What Gilbert Should Have Written

A photograph of Kate Millson was added to the Image Gallery.


February 13: Today is Taha’s fiftieth birthday, and I decided to give him a rather unusual present, his own Correspondence Page on this site.

I published this with a bit of introductory blurb and two letters:

Daily Telegraph, June 19, 2007
The Sun, July 19, 2008

All such scans are/will be in JPG format.


February 14: A compressed PDF of THE SECRETARY AND SECURITY from Professional Secretary, June 1990, was published on this site, and JPGs of three letters by Mark Taha as follows:

London Metro, January 27, 2009
Times Educational Supplement, January 30, 2009
Morning Star, February 6, 2009.


February 15: On SearchlightArchive I added a PDF of Fined for attempted break-in, a Jewish Chronicle article from August 1966.

The scan includes another, incidental article.


February 15: A compressed PDF of HOW TO LOOK LIKE A TOP MODEL from Professional Secretary, August 1990, was published on this site.

I included the front cover and contents pages of the magazine. [I misspelt the link and didn’t discover this until March 6, 2009, so technically it was not published until then].

I also added a PDF of the 1999 Daily Telegraph article Video kept back by police proves ‘rape girl’ lied linked to an endnote in Holocaust Revisionism After Irving v Lipstadt.


February 16: The following were published on SongFacts:

Stung, by Theron Bennett

A Little Bit Of Cucumber by Harry Champion
Boiled Beef And Carrots by Harry Champion
Hot Meat Pies, Saveloys And Trotters by Harry Champion

Carolina In The Morning credited here to Jimmy Dorsey

The Teddy Bears Picnic credited here to Henry Hall (no apostrophe in the title)

Mary From The Dairy by Max Miller
The Hiking Song by Max Miller.


February 20: The poem Misalliance was published on this site.


Circa February 21: The following were published on SongFacts, shortly after February 17, and on or before February 21, 2009.

Only Heaven Knows by Joan Baez

I Like America by Noël Coward

Opie by E.A. Fenstad

I’d Like To Find The Guy That Wrote The Stein Song by Harry McDaniel

A Little Of What You Fancy Does You Good! by Marie Lloyd
Don’t Dilly Dally On The Way by Marie Lloyd

John Wayne Gacy, Jnr, by Sufjan Stevens - with song image and my text although initially the image was not linked properly. This was corrected by February 23.

The Maine Stein Song, by Rudy Vallée with song image - which was not linked properly. This was corrected by February 23.

My own SongFact: I’d Be Surprisingly Good For You and the existing The Boy Does Nothing were both augmented.


cFebruary 21: Material Girl from Professional Secretary, April 1990 was published on this site in compressed PDF.

The scan includes the front cover and contents page.


February 22: Opening Theory Or Opening Fashion? from Chess Post, October 1999 was published on this site in compressed PDF, and a PDF of the Chess Post edit of the article Of Marshalls, Morra Gambits And Mind Sports was linked to the version already published here.


February 23: The following were published on SongFacts:

Ein Ton, by Peter Cornelius

I Didn’t Raise My Boy To Be A Soldier credited to Morton Harvey

Ayeneh by Jooliet

The Girl In The Khaki Dress by Marie Lloyd

Loco In Acapulco by The Four Tops

A Miss From Diss by The Singing Postman
Dommies In The Bar by The Singing Postman
Edna The Barmaid by The Singing Postman
I Can’t Git A Nice Loaf A’ Bread by The Singing Postman
January Sales by The Singing Postman
Moind Yer Hid Boy by The Singing Postman
Oi Shot A Rabbit Up A Tree by The Singing Postman
Postman’s Lament by The Singing Postman
Sound Barrier by The Singing Postman
Washday Song by The Singing Postman
You Can’t Keep Liven In The Past by The Singing Postman.


February 23: Is Levi Bellfield The Real Chillenden Murderer? was published on Usenet.


March 1: A file of Yours Truly playing The Dark Man Theme, was added to the Music Section of this site, together with a little explanatory blurb.


March 2: Files of Yours Truly playing the following guitar instrumentals were added to the Music Section on this site:

Emma Jane
Jane Ward’s Galliard
Miss Harrison’s Toy
Pamela Jean
The Chestnut Waltz
Theme From An Empty Garret.


March 3: Files of Yours Truly playing Lachrymosa and Little Dance were added to the Music Section.


March 4: The following were published on SongFacts:

How Does It Feel Now? by Barclay James Harvest
Rock ’N’ Roll Star by Barclay James Harvest

It’s A Long, Long Way To Tipperary credited here to John McCormack

It’s A Bit Of A Ruin That Cromwell Knocked About A Bit by Marie Lloyd

Scotch Corner by Man. An interesting aside here; this was credited initially to Barclay James Harvest - I included it in a file with two BJH tracks. I e-mailed Carl as soon as I noticed it, and about half an hour later the error had been corrected.

I Do Like To Be Beside The Seaside by Mark Sheridan

All Through The Night, credited here as traditional, and a separate songfact for Ar Hyd Y Nos - the Welsh version
Land Of My Fathers, credited here as traditional and a seperate songfact for Hen Wlad Fy Nhadau - the Welsh version
March Of The Men Of Harlech, credited here as traditional, and a separate songfact for Rhyfelgyrch Gwyr Harlech - the Welsh version

Home, Sweet Home, credited here to Maria Tree, who first sang it in the opera Clari.


March 4: A recording of Yours Truly playing Water Song was added to the Music Section.


March 4: A PDF of my four page leaflet This Man Survived Auschwitz, But Can He Survive “Searchlight”? and of the July 1992 Guardian article Anti-fascist editor cleared of violence were published on SearchlightArchive.


March 5: On this site, the following were published in the Music Section:

The Andrew Savage recording of Be Good To Yourself

My own recordings of Jack Knife Strut
Melancholy
Room At The Top.


March 6: I added my recording of Shelly Girl to the Music Section, and a tiny bit of explanatory blurb re these recordings to the Music Detail page of this site.


March 7: I added my recordings of Chestnuts and Watermelon Sherbet to the Music Section.


March 9: Is Levi Bellfield The Real Chillenden Murderer? was published on IsMichaelStoneGuilty; it was edited very slightly from the original Usenet publication of February 23 and linked to a photograph of Bellfield in the Image Gallery.


March 9: My own edits of the following SongFacts were published on the SongFacts page on this site:

Carry Me Back To Old Virginny
Lost Soul
Mandrake Root.


March 10: A scan of The Money Trick was published on FinancialReform prefixed with the essay: Who Rules The World? An Introduction To The Money Trick.


March 13: The following compressed PDFs were published on SearchlightArchive:

Jew-Haters, Black-Haters, Violent Criminals... (2nd Edition)
THERE WERE NO GAS CHAMBERS AT AUSCHWITZ!!


March 14: A PDF of Black Bag from the May 30th, 1981 issue of Focal Point was published on SearchlightArchive; this includes Crime Note: which follows on from it.


March 14: The following were published on this site:

some updated - and dated blurb - on Taha’s Correspondence Page
a scan of his letter in the Daily Mirror, March 23, 1995
a scan of his letter in the Sun, March 4, 2009.


March 15: A PDF of my 2001 Identity article From Murderer To Martyr was published on satpalramisguilty.

Re the above, see entry for September 7, 2013.


March 15: Scans of Taha’s letters in the New Statesman of July 14 and October 20, 2008 were added to his Correspondence Page.

Later in the day the following were also published on the site:

The cover of the 1989 Andrew Savage cassette tape Eh? in the Image Gallery.

And the following recordings - by Yours Truly - with a bit of comment:

Caprice
Caprice En Passant
ITMA Variations Improvisation Number One.


March 16: The following were published on SongFacts:

China by Joan Baez

Hand Me Down My Walking Cane attributed to James Bland (credited here to Jerry Lee Lewis)

The Floral Dance by The Brighouse & Rastrick Brass Band

Makin’ Whoopie by Eddie Cantor

Oh! That Gorgonzola Cheese by Harry Champion

The Memphis Blues by W.C. Handy

The Best Things In Life Are Free (credited to Jack Hylton)

The Best Things In Life Are Free by Janet Jackson

Come Outside, by Mike Sarne

The World According To Garp by Al Stewart

On Ilkla Mooar Baht ’At (listed here as traditional)

Also published were the Song Image for The Daring Young Man On The Flying Trapeze and a supplemented songfact - with image - for Ted, Just Admit It by Jane’s Addiction.

Also, the existing SongFact for Islands In The Stream by Dolly Parton and Kenny Rogers (or vice versa as listed here) was augmented; the new first paragraph re March 10, 2009 is based on some comment I sent in, although I didn’t ask for a credit.


March 18: The following PDFs were published on this site in the Reviews section with a bit of explanatory blurb:

PRESS RELEASE - NEW LIGHT ON THE PROTOCOLS OF ZION

A one-sided A4 leaflet mailed out June 13, 1995.
HOLOCAUST DENIAL, NEW NAZI LIE

A one-sided A4 press release, mailed out January 10 1995 onwards.


March 18: Liars Ought To Have Good Memories was published on SearchlightArchive in compressed PDF, as was a PDF of the press release for the 1994 publication Jew-Haters, Black-Haters, Violent Criminals....

I also added some comment to the HomePage re further updates.


March 19: I added a Puzzle And Riddle Section to this site.

This includes an introductory section: “Puzzles And Riddles: The Background”. Initially I published only two puzzles and three riddles, all initially published in the Voice. In chronological order they were:

Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, September 1, 1987, page 46.

Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, September 22, 1987, page 51.

Five conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 13, 1987, page 39.

Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 20, 1987, page 41.

Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, November 10, 1987, page 41.

Two conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, December 1, 1987, page 49.

Wordsearch from the Voice, December 15, 1987, page 33.

Word puzzle from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, March 2, 1988, page 45.


March 20: Taha’s letter of November 24, 1995 in Tonight was published on his page on this site. [See also here]

The following JPG scans were published in the Puzzle Section:

Wordsearch from the Voice, December 29, 1987, page 34.
Wordsearch from the Voice, January 5, 1988, page 37.

And the following were added to the Riddle Section:

Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 4, 1987, page 43.
Two conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 11, 1987, page 51.
Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 18, 1987, page 39.
Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, August 25, 1987, page 47.


March 20: The following were published on SongFacts:

Rider, Pass By, by Joan Baez

I Live In Trafalgar Square, by Morny Cash with Song Image (which wasn’t linked properly or uploaded until the following day); the image included my text.

I’ve Never Seen A Straight Banana, by Ernest Hare

Life Is For Living, by Barclay James Harvest
Loving Is Easy, by Barclay James Harvest

Patricia The Stripper, by Chris De Burgh

Baby I Do, by Alison Moyet
Love Resurrection, by Alison Moyet

Following In Father’s Footsteps, by Vesta Tilley

I’m The Man Who Found The Straight Banana, (listed as by Traditional!)

Patricia The Stripper, by The Wombats A song image with my text was added to the Joan Baez song China.


March 22: The following were published on this site thus:

Added to the Riddle Section: Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, September 15, 1987, page 47.
Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 6, 1987, page 47.
Three conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, November 3, 1987, page 41.

Added to the Puzzle Section: Wordsearch from the Voice, December 22, 1987, page 38.


March 23: The following were published on this site:

Two scans of Morris Riley’s business card were added to the Image Gallery under The Spook’s Calling Card.

A PDF was added to the Other Contributors Section, a letter of March 5, 2001 from A Mckenzie (whom I presume is a woman).

The full citation is The Black buck deserves white trash, in Tesco and Sainsbury’s from the Your Shout! column, New Nation, issue 219, 5 March, 2001, page 11.


March 24: How Jewish Is Hollywood? by Joel Stein was published under Other Contributors on this site.

Two letters were also added to Taha’s Correspondence Page: Evening Standard, November 24, 1995 and New Statesman, September 11, 1992.

[The above New Statesman letter was dated incorrectly initially].


March 26: The poem The Strangest Hatred was published on this site illustrated with four images: one of a cover of the Protocols, a cartoon of Sigmund Freud, a photograph of Gerry Gable, and a photograph of an obscene Israeli T-Shirt, the inspiration for the piece.

I also added a Site Corrections Page which includes a bit of blurb, and corrections/clarifications to Criminal Tendencies, RACE: A Black Woman spells it out (not the actual name of the letter) and to the Riddles and Puzzles pages.


March 27: PDFs of the following articles were added to the Critical Bibliography of SearchlightArchive:

Private Eye, untitled article from the COLOUR SECTION column, issue 636, 2nd May, ’86, re Gerry Gable, of course

County man cleared of indecency, published in the Lincolnshire Echo, Saturday, March 26, 1988, page 5.


March 28: Taha’s letter in the Times of July 22, 2008 was published on his Correspondence Page.


March 31: The following were published on SongFacts:

Back To Earth by Barclay James Harvest
Eden Unobtainable by Barclay James Harvest
Friend Of Mine by Barclay James Harvest
Halfway To Freedom by Barclay James Harvest
Jonathan by Barclay James Harvest
Lady Macbeth by Barclay James Harvest
Pools Of Blue by Barclay James Harvest
Psychedelic Child by Barclay James Harvest
Welcome To The Show by Barclay James Harvest

Elizabeth Bathory by Dissection

I Belong To Glasgow by Will Fyffe (William Fyffe)

Oh! Mr Porter by Marie Lloyd
Wink The Other Eye by Marie Lloyd
What Did She Know About Railways? by Marie Lloyd

My Wild Irish Rose by Chauncey Olcott (listed here as traditional)
When Irish Eyes Are Smiling by Chauncey Olcott (listed here as by Bing Crosby)

Listen To The Mocking Bird by Septimus Winner (listed as traditional)

The following were augmented:

Life Is For Living by Barclay James Harvest

The Man Who Broke The Bank At Monte Carlo by Charles Coborn

Hand Me Down My Walking Cane attributed to James Bland (credited here to Jerry Lee Lewis).


April 1: The essay, Throwing Out The Baby Not The Banker was published on FinancialReform.

It is dated March 30, but I had a few corrections to make.


April 1: I added a new page to this site TEHRAN DIARY: Three Supplementary Documents which is basically a short introduction to three WORD documents:

Alexander Baron CV (the CV I sent to the Iranians - not my full CV!)
an E-Mail to the Iranians dated October 24, 2006
an untitled, undated communication which I sent sometime before this latter.


April 2: The 1995 pamphlet Zionist Fanatic Exploits Your Suffering... was published on SearchlightArchive.


April 2: A substantial essay re my letter in the Sunday Telegraph of July 16, 2000 was added to the Site Corrections page on this site.

Scans of the following were added to the Riddles Section:

Two conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, May 26, 1987.
Four conundrum riddles from the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, July 28, 1987, page 43.

And scans of letters by Taha to the Times Educational Supplement, January 23 and March 13, 2009 were added to his page.


April 3: A scan of the following was published on this site: A NEW KIND OF KEYBOARD, published in New Computer Express, 24 February, 1990, page 49.

I also added three photos of Chris Tame to the Image Gallery, (which I took at the IEA), and an explanatory sentence.

I included a PDF scan of the following: Crescent INTERNATIONAL, the “Newsmagazine of the Islamic movement”, June 16-30, 1995, Vol 24 No 7, page 5.

This is published on the Correspondence Page as “Middle East Crazies”. I added some blurb re this to the Site Corrections Page.


April 5: The following scans were published on this site:

Travel Days - Introduction - a page explaining the background to the articles which were all scanned in PDF. As I said in the introductory article, I am not entirely certain about the authorship of a few of them.

A new specialist brochure... (untitled) VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 12

Airlines In Free Fall VOL. 1 - ISSUE No. 3, DECEMBER 1991, page 3

An Offer You Can’t Refuse VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 5

ANYTHING TO DECLARE, SIR? VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 2

Appointments In Brief VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 12
Appointments In Brief VOL. II - No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 16

BIG IN JAPAN ISSUE 1, NOVEMBER 1991, page 11 (undated & unnumbered)

Birmingham to Chicago? VOL II - ISSUE No. 6 - MARCH 1992, page 14

CITY LIMITS VOL. II - ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 4

Down Under Looking Up VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 4

DREAM SALES FOR TRAVEL AGENTS VOL. II - ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 1

Duty-Free Limit To Be Raised? VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 2

Emirates On The Up VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 3

EURODOLLAR SHOWS THE WAY FORWARD VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 7

European Commission Says “No” To BA Probe ISSUE 1, NOVEMBER 1991, page 1 (undated & unnumbered)

Fly Thai VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 6

Flying Above The Recession ISSUE 1, NOVEMBER 1991, page 2 (undated & unnumbered)

Good News For City Airport VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 2

High Fliers Only VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 11

High Hopes For British Airways VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 4

Information Technology And The Travel Trade... VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 4

Island Life VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 11

Jarvis Hotels Increase Profits VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 2

Jewish Cemeteries Under Threat published in Londra Sera, N.7 ANNO XVI 1992, page 8

King Losing His Crown VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 2

Land Travel Ltd... (untitled) VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 14
Look First, Fly Later Volume 1, Issue 3, December 1991, page 4

Lufthansa is to... (untitled), VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 2

More Time Share Rip Offs VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 14

Nip In The Air VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 14

NOT ALL CHEESE AND TULIPS VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 6

One Way Ticket VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 2

Prestwick up for Sale VOL II - ISSUE No. 6 - MARCH 1992, page 14

RECESSION! WHAT RECESSION? VOL. II - ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 3

Round-a-boats and swings, page 2

Sealink VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 10

Sign Up For Disneyland VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 12

Talking of Russia... (untitled) VOL. II - No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 12

The Italian Way ISSUE 1, NOVEMBER 1991, page 13 (undated & unnumbered)

The Other Face Of Scotland, VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 11

The World On Your Desk Top VOL. I - ISSUE No. 3 - DECEMBER 1991, page 8

The Write Stuff VOL. II- ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 12

To Russia With Books VOL. II - No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 12

Touch Of Class VOL. II - ISSUE No. 4 - JANUARY 1992, page 12

Tourism Facts And Figure VOL II - ISSUE No. 6 - MARCH 1992, page 16

TRAVEL, DRINK AND BE MERRY VOL. II - No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 3

UP IN SMOKE VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 15

VIRGIN TERRITORY VOL II - ISSUE No. 6 - MARCH 1992, page 2

WOMAN OF THE WORLD VOL. II - ISSUE No. 5 - FEBRUARY 1992, page 1.


April 6: The following were published on SongFacts:

When The City Sleeps, by Barclay James Harvest [This was actually recorded, initially, under the pseudonym Bombadil; Stuart Wolstenholme played all the instruments on it]

I’m The One Who’s Loving You Now, by Les Holroyd

Get Me To The Church On Time from My Fair Lady (credited here to Stanley Holloway)
Wouldn’t It Be Loverly? from My Fair Lady (credited here to Julie Andrews)
Why Can’t The English? from My Fair Lady (credited here to Rex Harrrison).


April 7: A PDF of Journeyman from Jabs & Jolts was published on this site, linked directly to the HTML version of the poem, with some comment added.


April 12: The following were published on this site:

The page “COMPUTER PROGRAMS BY ALEXANDER BARON”, an introductory essay which includes ZIP files of the following programs:

AskDOS
Libertarian Verse
Limericks On-Line
Poems In QuickBASIC 4.5
“The On-Line Poets’ Non-Programmers Templates”
Windows 3.1 And The End Of War

A scan of the Writers’ News article Freeware for on-line poets in JPG format is included, plus two colour photographs of Yours Truly, including the one used in the Writers’ News article.

A compressed PDF of a letter from author Nadeem Azam

A PDF of the second printing of Libertarian Verse

I added what might be called a table of contents for A Book Of Limericks to the Review Section, and some considerable clarification to the Site Corrections Page re my letter to the Sunday Telegraph concerning Siôn Jenkins.

As an afterthought I also added The Dark Side Of Chess in WORD format linked from the same page as the PDF version. (Later this was replaced with another PDF file).


April 16: I.L.O.
Condemns
U.K. Govn.
SCEPTICISM ABROAD AS
THATCHER GOVN.
WITHDRAWS FROM CONVENTION
, from Outlook, AUG-SEP 1989, issue 5, page 6.

The above was published on this site in PDF - the whole page; some comment about this was also added to the Site Corrections Page.


April 17: Who Are The Undeserving Poor? was published on this site in both HTML and WORD formats. Later the WORD document was replaced by a PDF.

I also published THE PHYSICIAN FALSELY ACCUSED: The Persecution Of Dr Bodkin Adams in both HTML and WORD formats. (In October 2016, the latter was replaced by a PDF).


April 18: The following were published on this site:

THE PHYSICIAN FALSELY ACCUSED: The Case Of Dr Leonard Arthur

Some blurb about this and the Bodkin Adams article was added to the Site Corrections And Clarifications Page.

A JPG scan of Freedom of
Information Awards
from Index On Censorship, April 1990

Security survey confirms fears from PC Plus April 1992

A JPG scan of Feeling the squeeze with Stacker from PC user, June, 1992 was added to the Correspondence Section with a bit of comment. The letter includes an unsigned editorial reply.


April 19: A lengthy WORD document compiled by David Pidcock was published on FinancialReform; for want of a better title I have called this “ISLAMIC ECONOMICS meets ADAM SMITH”. The author called it CREDIT CRUNCH..OR CRUNCH TIME FOR CAPITALISM?

I also added a bit of comment to Travel Days Introduction on this site.


April 20: More Shocking E-Mails was published on this site as a Short Story.

The Perfidy Of The Political Police was published on this site in PDF under OTHER CONTRIBUTORS with a short explanatory essay.

My letter in New Computer Express, May 4, 1991 was published in the Letters Section.

A JPG scan of a small leaflet called “Is your broadband service spying on you?” was published under OTHER CONTRIBUTORS.


April 22: Commons writ server in contempt, by Jerry Lewis, from the Jewish Chronicle, December 31, 1993, page 8.

This was published on this site linked from Alexander Baron v Gerry Gable.

I also published a scan of Chess Lessons from Chess Post, January 2001 linked to the original poem, which was first published on the site. The comment that was published in the magazine at the time was also added, in JPG format.


April 23: I added a note to the Site Corrections Page on this site re my unpublished letter to the Evening Standard about “statistical racism”.


April 24: Taha’s letter of April 9, 2009 in the Camden New Journal was published on his page.


April 24: I added the Statement of Rodger Ide to IsMichaelStoneGuilty; the document is in PDF and has a short introduction in HTML by Yours Truly.


April 24: Later, on this site, I updated the Travel Days - Introduction page and added compressed PDF scans of the following:

Compute-A-Car
Computers (scroll down)
Demand For IT Products Increases
Everything You Always Wanted To Know About City Airport
Pie In The Sky

I also added the poem Spirals and a PDF of the original from magazing, 1986 (at the bottom of the page).


April 25: The following were published on this site:

Taha’s letter in Boxing News, April 3, 2009

Four conundrum riddles from the KIDS KORNER column of the Voice, October 27, 1987, page 41.


April 26: Global Financial Crisis - a short satire on the current credit crunch was published on FinancialReform edited minimally and with a little comment by Yours Truly.


cApril 26: The following were published on SongFacts on or slightly before today:

I’m Gonna Be A Country Girl Again, by Buffy Sainte-Marie

Puppet On A String, by Elvis Presley

Puppet On A String, by Sandie Shaw

Carolina In My Mind, by James Taylor (supplementary)
The Frozen Man, by James Taylor.


April 29: I added a PDF scan of the original diagram I drew for The Waiting Room to the Site Corrections And Clarifications Page together with an explanatory note linked to the actual play.

Taha’s letter in the Spectator, February 21, 2009, was published on his page.


April 30: The following were published on this site:

Autumn Leaflets from Loot, September 1986, with some introductory comment.

A scan of This Age Of Reason was added to the Poetry Section underneath the original, together with some comment.


Circa May 1: The following were published on or before May 1, 2009 on SongFacts:

Oh, Dem Golden Slippers! by James Bland

My Little Ukulele Song by Holly Kirby

Big Boys Bickering by Paul McCartney

Needles And Pins by The Searchers (supplementary)

Opium Trail by Thin Lizzy

Hypocrite, by White Lightning
London Nightlife, by White Lightning.


May 1: How to (virtually) empty the prisons overnight, by Alexander Baron, from PIPELINE: VOICES FROM INSIDE BRIXTON, FEBRUARY 1997, pages 9-10.

This article was published in PDF on FinancialReform together with an introductory essay with the same title.


May 1: A scan of PIPELINE: VOICES FROM INSIDE BRIXTON, FEBRUARY 1997, page 14 was published on this site; this includes the originals of the poem Bird and the sonnet Urban Fox (linked to the HTML versions).


May 2: The following JPG scans were published on this site:

Two conundrum riddles from the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, June 9, 1987, page 45.
Four conundrum riddles from the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, June 16, 1987, page 50.


The following edits were made apparently between May 4 and 01.45 on May 5, 2009 London time:

On ArtistFacts:

Noël Coward was re-arranged.
Hazel O’Connor was published.

On SongFacts:

The Maine Stein Song was amended.


May 5: The limerick The Young Man Of Baghdad was published on this site.


May 6: The lyrics to Show Me The Answer were published on this site in the Music Section.


May 6: SearchlightArchive was augmented.

I added a Legal Notice to the HomePage and an annotated scan of Trade Union News from Searchlight, August 1975.


May 8: Jenkins & Hyde was published on this site in both HTML and WORD formats.


May 9: Scans of Taha’s letters in

Newham Recorder, November 29, 1990
Hackney Gazette, November 6, 1992, page 6
Ealing Gazette, May 6, 1994
Islington Gazette, January 15, 1998, page 8
TNT, April 15, 2002, page 5

were published on his Correspondence Page.


May 10: I added a scan from Searchlight, May 1975, page 6 in JPG format and a bit of comment.


May 11: The poem Kaddish was published on this site, on Usenet and selected Yahoo! Groups with some added blurb.


May 11: On SearchlightArchive, a scan of part of page 261 of The Other Face Of Terror was added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography together with a bit of comment.


May 12: I made a very minor alteration to Kaddish; this will be the definitive version.

A scan of part of page 32 of The Other Face Of Terror was added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography together with a bit of comment.


May 13: Scans from pages 28, 33 and 265 of The Other Face Of Terror were added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography together with some comment.

Letters published originally as follows were added to Taha’s page on this site:

City Limits September 24-October 1, 1992, page 98
South Africa Times UK, November 3, 1999, page 7
Daily Telegraph, October 9, 2001, page 27.


May 15: I added some more scans from The Other Face Of Terror to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography for 1988 together with some comment.


May 16: The following were published on this site:

Model Journal - Introduction
A Few Notes Re “Model Journal” And Marcel Mueller (included in the above)

Besley wins £54,000 from ‘thief’ Hynds from the Journalist, October/November 1992, page 3.

This unsigned article was presumably written by Editor Tim Gopsil; a PDF is included in Model Journal - Introduction (above).

Model Journal - Articles Index (Alphabetical)

Letter published in Model Journal, No. 9 Oct 89 page 1 under COMPLIMENTS (This was not intended for publication).

ARE YOU THE BARDOT OF THE NINETIES? from Model Journal, No. 14 April ’90, page 1

A scan of Model Journal, No. 15 MAY ’90, page 8 which includes ARE YOU THE BARDOT OF THE NINETIES? and the following, which are all related Fenella - Face of the Nineties, CADBURY’S FLAKE FINDS WINNER IN SEARCH FOR FACE OF THE NINETIES, WOMEN IN THE 90S - NEW ATTITUDES PREVAIL SURVEY REVEALS THE NEW FACE OF WOMEN IN THE 90S

I’m not absolutely sure I wrote all the above, but I certainly wrote something about Fenella George because I remember interviewing her.

The page includes LATIN LOVERS which I did not write.

A QUESTION OF JUDGEMENT from No. 14 April ’90, page 3

ANNE SCOTT AGENCY No. 10 Nov. 89, pages 6-7 (photographs page 7).

Black Models And Agents, No. 9 Oct. 89, pages 18-9

CHILDSPLAY No. 11 Dec/Jan 89/90, page 18. Not included are some photographs on page 19, which may or may not be related to this particular article.

Scans of the CONTENTS from No 11 Dec/Jan 89/90, page 1; No 12 FEB. 90, page 1; No. 14 April ’90, page 1; and No. 16 June ’90, page 1

Debbie Holmes TOP TEAM Model Agency from No 11 Dec/Jan 89/90, pages 16-7

DEREK’S from No. 13 MARCH 90, pages 10-11 (page 11 is photographs).

FENELLA IS A WINNER!, from No. 12 FEB. 90. page 2

GARY STRETCH - The Punch Perfect Model, No. 14 April ’90, page 9

KAMERAKIDS: ON THE LIGHTER SIDE, No. 16 June ’90, page 14

Kostas GRIVAS, No. 10 Nov. 89, page 19

LUCY & DEBBIE, No. 12 FEB. 90, page 1

Model Journal credits from No. 9 Oct 7 89, page 2

MODEL JOURNAL AT THE CLOTHES SHOW LIVE, No. 12 FEB. 90, pages 9-12 [I didn’t write all of this; I didn’t contribute to pages 9 or 12].

MODELS AND MEDIA PEOPLE NEEDED FOR A GOOD CAUSE, No. 15 MAY ’90, page 1

MODELS AND MEDIA PEOPLE NEEDED FOR A GOOD CAUSE, No. 16 June ’90, page 1

MODELS AND THE STAGE: ACADEMY, No. 15 MAY ’90, page 7

MODELS AND THE STAGE: THE POOR SCHOOL, No. 16 June’90, page 11

NEW MAKE-UP AGENCY FOR LONDON, No. 12 FEB. 90, page 2

Our Cover Girl, No. 16 June ’90, pages 1-2 (page 1 is the photograph).

Profile: SACHA LILIC International Make-Up Artist, No. 12 FEB. 90, page 16-7

WATCH OUT FOR THE NORMAL PEOPLE, No. 12 FEB. 90, page 11 [This is included in MODEL JOURNAL AT THE CLOTHES SHOW LIVE]

And Taha’s letter in the Sun, October 21, 2008.


May 17: A PDF scan of Disorder At AIMS Meeting As Students Gate-Crash from the Leicester Mercury, (EXTRA), Friday, June 7, 1968, page 8 was added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography together with some comment.


May 18: I added a scan from a South African newspaper and some comment to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography for 1979, and a scan from an issue of Searchlight with some comment to the page for 1992.


May 18: The following were published on SongFacts:

Molly by John Denver

Lying Again by Lynsey de Paul

Bill Bailey, Won’t You Please Come Home? (credited to Della Reese)

Phil Spector Is Misunderstood by George Frangides (with Song Image)

The Rain by Yusuf Islam

Lana by The Climb with Song Image (typically undisplayed!)

Clock In The Biscuit Tin by The Singing Postman
The Postman And The Milk Girl by The Singing Postman.


May 18: I added “Michael Stone’s Prison Rules” to IsMichaelStoneGuilty linked to the Humour Page, and added some introductory blurb to the former.


May 19: The following were published on FinancialReform:

Kevin Donnelly’s letter in the Guardian of March 1, 1995.

Letter from The Treasury to Jacqui Lait MP re card fraud (received by her April 7, 2009)

A Modest Proposal To Totally Eliminate Most Card Fraud

The Non-Scandal Of MPs’ Expenses.


May 21: A Modest Proposal To Totally Eliminate Most Card Fraud was published in WORD format on Scribd.


May 23: The following were published on SearchlightArchive:

A PDF scan from the Leicester Mercury, December 10, 1968 re Ray Hill’s assault on a photographer
a scan from his News Of The World “coming out” article of March 1984
a scan from page 211 of his lie-ridden book together with some comment in the Searchlight Critical Biblography for the relevant years.


May 24: An uncompressed PDF of The Mind Of Michael A. Hoffman II was published on Scribd as was The Life And “Crimes” Of John Colin Campbell Jordan.


May 25: An uncompressed PDF file of Libertarian Verse was published on Scribd.

Drop Dead Doreen Lawrence was published on the same site in WORD format.


The following were published on SongFacts on or shortly before May 26, 2009:

Half-Caste Woman, by Noël Coward

All Coons Look Alike To Me (with Song Image, but not my text)

New In Town, by Little Boots; I contributed only the one paragraph, the second of five.
Stuck On Repeat, by Little Boots

Who Will Care? by Hazel O’Connor.


May 26: I added some more comment to the 1984 Searchlight Critical Bibliography with regard to Ray Hill’s News Of The World article.


May 27: JPG scans of the following were published on this site:

Four conundrum riddles from the Voice, July 14, 1987, page 47. Includes the answers from the previous week.

Four conundrum riddles from the Voice, July 21, 1987, page 47. Includes answers from the previous week.

Word puzzle from the Voice, March 15, 1988, page 39.

Word puzzle from the Voice, March 29, 1988, page 39.


May 29: Taha’s letters in the New Statesman, August 7, 1992 and Boxing News, January 28, 2005 were added to his Section (now expanded to an introductory page and three chronological sections).


May 30: Scans of the following letters by Mark Taha were added to his section on this site:

LAM, November 1983
Today, September 4, 1986
Islington Gazette, October 17, 1986
The Sun, June 6, 1988, page 16
The Independent, May 28, 2009.


May 31: Scans of the following letters by Mark Taha were added to his section on this site:

Ealing Gazette, January 23, 1987
Hackney Gazette, December 28, 1995
Daily Mirror Magazine, October 12, 2002.


June 1: Searchlight Critical Bibliography for 2000 and 2001 finally added, also Interview With The Vampire - an Interview with Harold Covington from Usenet.

I published the uncompressed PDF of Money: Medium Of Exchange Or Debt? on Scribd.


June 1: The following were published on SongFacts:

I’m Over You by Barclay James Harvest
Mocking Bird by Barclay James Harvest
Vanessa Simmons by Barclay James Harvest

De Golden Wedding by James Bland
Hot Time In Our Town by James Bland
In The Evening By The Moonlight by James Bland
In The Morning By The Bright Light by James Bland
In The Old Town Tonight by James Bland
The Dandy Black Brigade by James Bland
The Missouri Hound Dog by James Bland
You Could Have Been True by James Bland

After The Ball by Charles K. Harris

Me And My Shadow listed as by Ted Lewis

Fifteen Minutes Of Shame by Mann Friday

I Can See Clearly Now by Johnny Nash (supplementary)

D-Days by Hazel O’Connor

The Bay Of Biscay by Sims Reeves (with Song Image)

Grand State Of Maine listed as Traditional
Kitty Of Coleraine listed as Traditional.


June 1: James Bland was published on ArtistFacts.


June 2: James Bland: The World’s Greatest Minstrel Man was published on Scribd (in WORD format).

This is the same article as was published on ArtistFacts, June 1, above.


June 2: Move Over Barack, Here Comes Desmond: Why Obama Is Not The REAL Black Revolution was published on Scribd (in WORD format) and on this site in HTML format.


June 2: A PDF of Shining example from the Jewish Chronicle, March 17, 1995 was added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography.


June 3: The following were published on SearchlightArchive:

A PDF of Jewish youth determined to turn back National Front
a JPG of Nazi hunters send Hurd new war crime dossier.

The above were added to Searchlight Critical Bibliography for 1979 and 1987 respectively together with some additional comment.

A PDF of pages 7, 31, 37, 40 & 47-51 from Holocaust Affirmers was published under the Critical Bibliography for 2000. (On April 30, 2015 this was replaced with a link to the full book on this site).


June 3: A PDF of The Wickedest Woman In The World... was published on Scribd.


June 3: AL-QAEDA IN BRITAIN: Does The Secret State Lend A Hand? was published on this site; this was originally published on Mathaba as Al Qaeda in Britain: helped by the state?

I also published it on Scribd, in WORD format.


June 4: PDF scans of the December 1979 Outlook column from League Review and my own (pseudonymous) Before You The Searchlight Organisation’s Advice On Racial Attacks... from 1993 were added to the Critical Bibliography on SearchlightArchive.

An uncompressed version of the latter was also published on Scribd.

Scans of Anti-fascist smeared from Labour Briefing, 1992 and Morning Star succeeds over sacking of “spy case” reporter from the Guardian, 1986 were also published on the site.


June 5: Re SongFacts, the following Song Images were published no later than June 5 but were probably published with the previous update, June 1.

Nina by Noël Coward

City Of Immigrants by Steve Earle

Lindbergh by Woody Guthrie

The Lady In The Tutti Frutti Hat by Carmen Miranda

Among My Souvenirs by Horatio Nicholls
Queen Of The Sea by Horatio Nicholls

Red Alert by Saxon.


June 5: Larry O’Hara’s October 1994 press release for Turning Up The Heat and the 1988 Socialist Worker review of The Other Face Of Terror were published on SearchlightArchive.

The uncompressed PDF of Liars Ought To Have Good Memories was published on Scribd.


June 6: The following scans were published on SearchlightArchive with comment or additional comment where appropriate:

Barred: a 1979 article from the Sunday Times of South Africa.
Dear Searchlight from CARF, 1991.

The special Hansard report that was published after I served a writ on Gable in Parliament!

The letter distributed by Housmans Bookshop slagging off Gable.

My 1995 press release after settling with most of the other parties in Baron v Gable.

Gable’s letter in the Evening Standard, April 1999 re the London bombings by David Copeland.


June 7: The Andrew Savage anthology Neck was published on Scribd in PDF.

The uncompressed PDF of Liars Ought To Have Good Memories which should have been published on Scribd, June 5, failed, so I uploaded it again tonight.


June 8: A Unique Photograph Competition was published on this site; it includes five photographs.


June 8: Three scans were added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography for 1978, 1979 and 1999 and some comment for the 1978 entry Race pamphlets anger residents.


June 8: Back on this site later in the day, I added Taha’s letter in The Flag, October 1986 to his section (with some comment) and Word puzzle, from the KIDS CORNER column of the Voice, February 16, 1988, page 41, was added to the Puzzle Section.


June 8: Later still! - a PDF of Jew-Haters, Black-Haters... 2nd Edition, was published on Scribd.

Liars Ought To Have Good Memories hadn’t properly converted by this time.


June 9: The Islington Gazette report of Gable’s trial from January 1964 was published on SearchlightArchive.


June 9: Liars Ought To Have Good Memories converted on Scribd, so that makes it published, I suppose.


June 10: The following was published on Scribd:

KNOW YOUR ENEMY No. 11 SEARCHLIGHT by Mark Taha, from DREADNOUGHT: A Journal of Conservative & Unionist Opinion, No. 25 YULETIDE 1984, pages 5-6.


June 10: I added The Myth Of Kosher James Bond from Troy Southgate’s magazine The English Alternative and Letter From An Imprisoned Writer by Harold Covington to SearchlightArchive, both in PDF.

I also added a bit of comment to the Critical Bibliography.


June 11: An uncompressed PDF of Searchlight On Gerry Gable And His Bosom Pal Ray Hill was published on Scribd.


June 11: A PDF of Searchlight On The “Jewish Chronicle” was published on SearchlightArchive.


June 12: The following were published on this site:

A JPG scan of my letter in Boxing News
Scans of two articles in PDF from Outlook, Oct/Nov (1989): Telephone Lines and Union seeks hours cut

Taha’s letter in the Islington Gazette, September 4, 1987

And a short essay Who Rules America?


June 13: The following scans were added to Taha’s Correspondence Section on this site:

LAM, May 1983
Hackney Gazette, April 16, 1993
Tottenham Journal, February 10. 1994.

The first of the above was originally entered as April 1983; it appears actually to have been published May 10, 1983 on.


June 14: An uncompressed PDF of Pirates Of The Airwaves was published on Scribd.


June 14: Nick Griffin’s review in The Rune of Liars Ought To Have Good Memories was published on this site in the Review Section together with some comment.


June 14: Nick Griffin’s review in The Rune of Liars Ought To Have Good Memories was published on SearchlightArchive under the 1995 Critical Bibliography.

A compressed PDF of Taha’s essay Know Your Enemy: Searchlight was also published here.


KENT ON SUNDAY, No 351, June 14, 2009, page 1

£10,000 TO FREE
HAMMER KILLER
Russell family’s distress
at sick photo ‘competition’
to release murderer Stone

EXCLUSIVE By CHRIS MURPHY

this is page one of both editions

continues on page 5 as

‘Thirteen years
later and this
all carries on’

This was a very good article regardless of the title. The reference to four lines was in reply to an E-Mail in which Murphy asked me for a couple of lines.

The website mentioned here with reference to the autopsy report is my Michael Stone site.

This is the first time I’ve ever made the front page in a regional newspaper, and the first time I’ve made the front page at all since June 1990 when I had the lead story in Model Journal!


June 15: Scans of two letters relating to “The White Brothers” were added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography for 1993 together with some comment.

The letters are dated July 23 and July 12 respectively.

I also published “Notes On Two New Metres” and a linked PDF of a letter from Lewis Turco dated 21 September 1988.


June 16: The following were published on this site in PDF:

“A RISING TIDE LIFTS ALL BOATS,” says DR. SIR RHODES BOYSON, M.P., from Pensioners’ Voice, November 1992

Amazing Statistics, from ChessMoves NEWSLETTER OF THE BRITISH CHESS FEDERATION, APRIL 1999. (This is a scan of the whole page which includes other, unrelated material)


June 16: Hhbur’s Tale, Mike Weller’s one off cartoon strip, was republished on Scribd.


June 16-7: Some scans were added to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography and some minor editing done, principally to 1997-8.


June 17: The Chris Murphy article was added to IsMichaelStoneGuilty in PDF together with an essay by Yours Truly.

There appear to be two editions of this newspaper, but as far as I could tell they were both exactly the same, at least as far as this story is concerned.


June 18: The poem Let’s Hear It For The Guv’ner! was published on Usenet, and on this site, the latter with a photograph of the great man gleaned from the web.

A compressed PDF of Marcello Truzzi’s letter to Yours Truly re The Blue Sense dated Feb 24, 1994 was published in the Other Contributors section of this site. This was replaced with a JPG on September 23, 2013


June 18: A PDF of a letter from Colin Jordan dated 24 August 2005 was published on SearchlightArchive.


June 19: The pink leaflet that I published in 1997 appealing for information about the Taha anti-paedophile stickers was published on thi site together with some introductory comment.

Taha’s letter in City Limits 17-24 July 1986, page 98 was added to his section.

The reply Morris Riley received from the LSE re Gable’s academic qualifications (September 1998), was added to SearchlightArchive in PDF with a bit of comment.


June 20: A PDF of Ode To Sweet Sonia was published on SearchlightArchive as was a JPG of the 1984 open letter to Ray Hill by John G. Wood from Spearhead.


June 20: The poem Anonymous (which begins “An empty personal life”) was published on this site.

The other four Anonymous poems were renumbered - 1 & 2 in particular - so they are now in the order in which they appear in Alexander Baron: Miscellaneous Unpublished Verse, Volume One.

I added some comment to the Site Corrections Page re the 1993 article Al Baron... by Chris and Sean.

I added a listing and some comment re Alexander Baron: Miscellaneous Unpublished Verse, Volume One to the Review Section.


June 21: FURY AT SNAPS BID TO GET KILLER OFF, by Amanda Evans, published in the News Of The World, June 21, 2009, page 42.

This article refers to me as Alexander Bacon and says I am a businessman who has offered a £10,000 reward in connection with the Chillenden Murders. If only! It could have done with proofing beside that.


June 21: Taha’s letter in the Independent, December 23, 2008 was published on his page on this site.


June 21: I made some minor, mainly textual alterations to the Chronology on IsMichaelStoneGuilty.


June 22: The following were published on SongFacts:

Don’t Sit Under The Apple Tree credited to The Andrews Sisters

Rebel Woman by Barclay James Harvest with Song Image (not uploaded)

Believe by Dima Bilan

The Four Letter Words by Oscar Brand

Big Five by Judge Dread
Up With The Cock! by Judge Dread

Mary Had A Little Lamb (credited to the poetess Sarah Hale) and published with the unlinked Song Image)

Fairy Tale by Alexander Rybak

Cowboy Song by Thin Lizzy

Don’t Play Around by Thin Lizzy
Killer On The Loose by Thin Lizzy with Song Image (not uploaded!)

Wendy’s Cunt Song credited initially (and totally erroneously) to Judge Dread; this was corrected on or by June 29.


June 22: The photograph I took which was first published in Management Today, May 1991, page 13 was published on my main website together with some explanatory comment.

I also added Taha’s letters from the Times, August 12, 2008 and the Sunday Telegraph, September 21, 2008.


June 22: I added a couple of scans to the 1984 Searchlight Critical Bibliography and a bit of comment.


June 23: I published uncompressed PDFs of my November 1992 Pensioners’ Voice interview with Sir Rhodes Boyson and my July 1990 article Advanced Booking in New Computer Express.

Three conundrum riddles from the Voice, June 23, 1987, page 42.
Three conundrum riddles from the Voice, June 30, 1987, page 45.

The above were published on this site on the Riddles Page.

I also added the May 1997 Shropshire Star report of my acquittal at Southwark Crown Court together with quite a bit of comment about Gable. Who else?


June 25: A TALE OF TWO CONVICTED COP KILLERS was published on Scribd in PDF.


June 25: I added a scan of paragraph 138 of Gable’s witness statement in Baron v Gable to the Critical Bibliography under the entry for September 10, 1998 (the reply Morris Riley received from the LSE).

I also added a scan of a letter I received from Arthur Kemp in 1996 together with some comment re the September 1996 issue of Searchlight.


June 26: Taha’s letter in the Sun, April 29, 2008 was published on his section on this site.

And Lines On The Death Of Farah Fawcett and Lines On The Death Of Michael Jackson were published in the Poetry Section; these two were also published elsewhere on the Internet.


June 27: A scan of Harold Covington’s 1996 article The Most Evil Jew was published on SearchlightArchive, incorporated directly into the Critical Bibliography.


June 27: A PDF of The Protocols Of The Learned Elders Of Cymru was published on this site.


June 28: Killer Stone’s ‘repellent’ art up for sale on eBay, EXCLUSIVE by Chris Murphy, published in Kent On Sunday, June 28, 2009, page 7.

Al gets another mention here. The story on the paper’s website was called Hammer killer Stone’s sick cartoon sold on eBay.

Amusingly, the cartoon was censored in the hard copy (which I obtained in PDF), but not on the website.

PIG HEADED, from Weekend, Dec 10-16, 1980, page 3.

A JPG scan of this was published in the Correspondence Section on this site with some comment.


June 29: A JPG scan of Nick Griffin’s article/appeal Our Enemy’s Enemy from issue 12 of The Rune was published on this site in the Review Section as a supplement to his review of Liars Ought To Have Good Memories.


June 29: SongFacts was updated including proper linking of the images for:

Mary Had A Little Lamb
Kiler On The Loose
Rebel Woman

The following were added:

I Cigni Di Balaka by Al Bano
Will You Be There? by Michael Jackson

Victims Of Circumstance by Barclay James Harvest (this may have been published sometime before June 29, most probably June 22).


June 29: I added a couple of scans to the Searchlight Critical Bibliography for 1990 and 1993, and a tiny bit of comment, mostly about Sweet Sonia.


June 30: Is There Intelligent Life On Earth? was published in PDF on Scribd. Later it was published (in compressed format) on this site.

I also added a note and link in Anti-Capitalism From Anti-Semitism To “Anti-Racism” to The Man Who Invented “Racism”.


July 1: Freedom of the Skies
Deregulation
a mixed blessing
for Airline Passengers

This is the last of my Travel Days articles to be published on this site. It was scanned in JPG format.


July 1: Exposed! The Homosexual Plot... was published on Scribd.


July 3: Taha’s letter in the Times, August 20, 2004, was published in his section on this site.


July 4: Scans of the following letters by Mark Taha were published in his section on this site:

Hackney Gazette, August 29, 1996
London Metro, January 27, 2004, page 13
The Times Educational Supplement, August 15, 2008
Boxing News June 19, 2009, page 35.


July 4: Searchlight On Gerry Gable: Secret State Asset Or Liability? was published in PDF on Scribd.


July 4: Some comment was added to this; the same comment was added when the compressed version was published on SearchlightArchive the following day.


July 5: The following were published on SongFacts:

Emerald by Thin Lizzy
Half Caste by Thin Lizzy
The Rocker by Thin Lizzy

All without my credits!


July 5: The New Fascism

The printed version of my speech made to the Newham Branch of the British National Party on October 28, 1997 was published on this site in PDF.


July 5: A compressed PDF of Searchlight On Gerry Gable: Secret State Asset Or Liability? was published on SearchlightArchive together with some comment.


July 6: Taha’s letter in the Sun, February 18, 2004 was published in his section on this site.


July 7: Taha’s letters in

Boxing News, October 29, 2004
Time Out, April 25, 1990
Tottenham & Wood Green Journal, August 17, 1995

were published in his section on this site, the first with a tiny bit of comment by Yours Truly!


July 8: The following were published on SongFacts without my credits, which followed apparently in the small hours of July 8.

Follow Me by John Denver

Die Lorelei credited to the poet Heinrich Heine

Les Mort Dansant by Magnum
On A Storyteller’s Night by Magnum

Last Man Standing by Lucie Silvas

Hanno The Navigator by Al Stewart.


July 8: Don’t pay this form to register under the DPA, published under LETTERS in the journalist, July/August 2009, page 8.

This publication came through my door July 6, 2009.


July 8: Death Of A Jew Hater was published on this site in both HTML and (initially) WORD format.

Taha’s letters in the Essex County Standard, May 9, 1980 and the Independent, February 17, 2005 were added to his section on this site.


July 9: The Poisoned Chalice Of “Holocaust Education” was published on Scribd in PDF.


July 10: The White Brothers Letters was published on Scribd in PDF with some explanatory blurb.

Letter to the Police Commissioner re the 1960s Synagogue Arsons.

This is a scan of the signed copy; it was not actually published here until November 22, 2010. The full story behind this can be found on SearchlightArchive; further correspondence can be found on Archive.Org.


July 10: My letter in the journalist, July/August 2009, page 8, was published on this site, a large JPG format scan with some comment.


July 10: A Questionnaire For The Funders Of The Searchlight “Educational” Trust was published on SearchlightArchive in PDF.


July 13: The Poisoned Chalice Of “Holocaust Education” was published on SearchlightArchive in compressed PDF.

I also added a couple of scans re Roy Painter to the 1976 Critical Bibliography.


July 14: The White Brothers Letters was published on this site in compressed PDF with the same blurb as on Scribd.


July 14: A PDF scan of my contribution to the CCU 1989-1990 Annual Report was published on this site.

This includes additional pages, eg the front cover.

Taha’s letter in the Evening Standard (WEST END EXTRA) September 15, 2006 was published in his section as was his letter in the Times, September 6, 2008.

I also posted a poem I wrote today, Eighteen, with three photographs, of the boy soldiers concerned.


July 20: The following were published on SongFacts:

How Long? by Ace

[I contributed the two paragraphs beginning “When singer-songwriter Paul Carrack appeared...” and “How Long? was one of the first...” I haven’t been credited for this but I wouldn’t have submitted it if I’d noticed the song was already in the database when I sent it in].

Sugar Blues, by Clyde McCoy

Great Nations Of Europe, by Randy Newman
You Can Leave Your Hat On, by Randy Newman

[Although I was credited for the entire SongFact, the second paragraph has been augmented considerably, probably by Carl].

Bang Bang, by B.A. Robertson
Kool In The Kaftan, by B.A. Robertson

Sugar Blues, by Thin Lizzy.


July 20: The following were published on Scribd in PDF:

Kiss Me Dead, Lee: The Official AIDS Joke Book
They’re Coming For Your Supermarkets And For Your Sons
True Blue: The Official Tory Party Joke Book...


July 23: Some blurb was added to the HomePage on this site, and the following:

Angel Lost Her Halo
Ode To The Most Evil Jew In Britain

The Wrong Blonde Bitch plus a short introduction to the trilogy now renamed Murder One, Murder Three. The short story includes a number of scans and my E-Mail correspondence with the Iranian Government and the Foreign & Commonwealth Office regarding the March 2007 Naval incident.

The scans include an extract from the David James Smith article on Barry George from the Sunday Times Magazine, October 29, 2006.

‘Slit throat’ author cleared of threat charge

Mark Taha’s Libertarian Alliance leaflet Freedom: The New Obscenity was published under Other Contributors.

A PDF of The Ballad Of John Reginald Halliday Christie (1898-1953) with short Introduction was published in the Poetry Section - or I thought it was; on June 3, 2010, I was informed by the historian Jonathan Oates that he could not access the PDF, so the introductory blurb was published, but not the poem. I thought I had checked this; I check and double check everything I publish including proof reading, but something always seems to slip through the net.

A Song For Slime was published on the site in the scan of Why Britain’s Police Aren’t Worth A Jewish Fingernail back in February 2004, but I added a link to it today.

No Thicker Than Water - a poem I wrote sometime in the mid 80s was (re)published in the Poetry Section.

My E-Mail letter to Richard Dawkins following his appearance on the BBC programme The Big Questions was added to the Correspondence Section.

I added of a page of scans of reviews by Mark Taha, in particular:

A short introduction and reviews of Wonderful Town from City Of London News, August 27, 1986; the autobiography of Rhodes Boyson from Free Life, August 1995.

(Re the last of the above, see entry for December 24, 2013).

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A scan of “WHY HACKNEY COUNCIL CAN’T AFFORD TO GIVE YOUR KIDS A MOSLEM EDUCATION” was published in the Article Section and also linked to Baron Pamphlets.

A PDF of the leaflet What About A Police Relations Act? was added to the introduction to the scan of Why Britain’s Police Aren’t Worth A Jewish Fingernail.

Taha’s letter in the Independent, August 24, 1995 and the Sunday Telegraph, July 13, 2008 were published in his section.


July 23: Zionists And Communists: Enemies Of Islam... was published on SearchlightArchive in PDF.

A PDF of the article BOGUS PAEDOPHILE ALERT from the November 1997 issue of British Nationalist was published on my main website linked to “Criminal Libel On Mark Taha”, and also in the Searchlight Critical Bibliography on SearchlightArchive.

A scan of the Housmans Peace News apology was added to the Critical Bibliography.


July 24: On Scott (Don Quixote) Lomax was published in the Limerick Section on this site.


July 24: Searchlight On Gerry Gable’s Nazi Links was published on Scribd in PDF.


July 25: Lover’s Lament was published in the Poetry Section on this site:

Some comment re A New Kind Of Keyboard was added to the Site Corrections Page.

The following were (re)published on the Limerick Page:

Caro Can’t
On Alekhine
On The Marshall Attack
The Good Knight


July 26: The following were published on this site:

Three limericks

Alan Freeman
The Bank Clerk
Wrong Number: A Double Limerick

And three poems (the first being a couplet from a longer - and as yet unpublished/never to be published - work).

Epitaph For Lord Longford
On Michael Heseltine And Workfare
Privilege.


July 27: Searchlight On Gerry Gable’s Nazi Links was published on SearchlightArchive.


July 27: Chief Whip was published in the Sonnet Section on this site.

Lament For The Damned and Wasted Youth were (re)published in the Poetry Section.


July 28: Who Are The Very Special People? was published on this site. It includes a photo of Gable and Kosher fantasist Kitty Hart.

Black Sky and The New Realism were (re)published in the Poetry Section. The second verse to The Young Lady From Slough was added today; I wrote this in 1984 or 1985, and it was published on this site on November 23, 2000.


July 29: An Ode To David Icke was added to the Sonnet Section, and some comment on this and What Is A Friend? was added to the Site Corrections Page.

[This sonnet was written when Icke was in his green phase; I came across it when going through some older papers in June 2004. Sigh!]

Eudemonist Man was added to the Poetry Section.


August 1: The following were published on this site:

Letter by Salaam Blackmore published in the Guardian, January 3, 2001, page 19 (published under Other Contributors with a bit of comment).

A scan of Taha’s review of Jack Doyle: Fighting For Love from the Spring 1991 issue of Topical Books and of Wake Up, Britain. from a British publication called Resistance, early 1995.

A JPG scan of the boarding pass for my Iranian venture.

I also added a file to the Poetry Section containing an itemised listing of my contributions to Wrong Side Of The River with some explanatory blurb.

Changing Perceptions Of Child Abuse (originally in both HTML and Word formats) was added to the Articles section.


August 1: Changing Perceptions Of Child Abuse was published on Scribd in WORD format.


August 3: The following were published on SongFacts:

Under A Violet Moon by Blackmore’s Night

The London Cabby by Charles Coborn

Maybe Angels by Sheryl Crow
The Na Na Song by Sheryl Crow

Rebel by John Miles with Song Image

Running With the Night by Lionel Ritchie

Follow The Drinkin’ Gourd with Song Image - listed as Traditional

Danger Man by White Lightning
Frightened Children by White Lightning

The existing SongFact Laughter In The Rain by Neil Sedaka, was augmented, as was Smile (the Charles Chaplin composition) which I contributed in November 2008.

Under A Violet Moon was republished at some point on ListenMusicFM as well as on this site, (December 4, 2015).


August 3: The correction to the Guardian obituary of Colin Jordan was published on the Press Complaints Commission’s website.


August 4: The following were published on this site:

The lyrics to Dracula, Sign Of The Times, The Brixton Rap and Yesterday’s Man

The limericks Foxy Lady and On Philip Klass


August 5: The Guardian, The Press Complaints Commission, And The Lies Of Gerry Gable was published by E-Mail.

A few notes: I said Colin Jordan was in the process of consulting solicitors rather than instructing them when he died because he was by no means sure of going ahead with the case, more on account of his advanced age and poor health rather than his notoriety. I did suggest he go for criminal libel, and am rather surprised he didn’t as this would have cost him nothing, and in the event of his complaint being rejected - as in 1976 - the court may well have made a similar pronouncement.


August 7: The Guardian, The Press Complaints Commission, And The Lies Of Gerry Gable was published on Scribd with one or two very minor textual alterations from the mailing.

It was also published on SearchlightArchive together with the PCC’s relevant webpage.


August 9: The following were published on Songfacts:

Free Mumia by KRS One with Song Image(s) and my comment.
United Breaks Guitars by The Sons Of Maxwell with Song Image.


August 9: Taha’s letter in the Times Magazine, September 11, 2004, was added to his Correspondence Section on my main website.


August 13: My first YouTube video ever was published/broadcast: Do You Trust The Western Media?

A transcript of this was also published on this site, (originally in WORD format).


August 14: The videos Free Michael, Fry Mumia! and The Phony Credit Crunch And The Pressing Need For Financial Reform were published on YouTube, and the transcripts were published on this site.


August 18: The Truth About Holocaust Denial was published on YouTube - a video in three segments. The transcript was published on this site.

Today when I checked the transcripts of Do You Trust The Western Media?, Free Michael, Fry Mumia! and The Phony Credit Crunch And The Pressing Need For Financial Reform, I found they weren’t linked properly, so I suppose that means they weren’t published until August 18.


August 25: The following were published on SongFacts:

After All, I’m Only A Schoolgirl by Cole Porter
Anything Goes by Cole Porter
Bridget McGuire by Cole Porter
Class Song - 1909 by Cole Porter
Fi Fi Fifi by Cole Porter
Song Of The Birds by Cole Porter
The Bobolink Waltz, by Cole Porter
The Bearded Lady by Cole Porter
The Tattooed Gentleman by Cole Porter
When The Summer Moon Comes Along by Cole Porter
Wouldn’t It Be Fun! by Cole Porter


August 31: Anti-Semitism In The Modern World: Its Real Causes - And How To Reduce It was published/broadcast in five parts on YouTube.

A transcript, (initially) in WORD format, was published on this site.


August 31: The following were published on SongFacts:

Diagnosis Murder Rap, by Dick Van Dyke

All I Care About from Chicago, (credited to the cast)
Razzle Dazzle from Chicago, (credited to the cast)
When You’re Good To Mama, from Chicago (credited to the cast)

My Old Kentucky Home, by Stephen Foster with Song Image

Another Op’nin, Another Show, by Cole Porter (credited to the cast of Kiss Me, Kate)
I Hate Men, by Cole Porter (credited to the cast of Kiss Me, Kate)
Kiss Me, Kate, by Cole Porter (credited to the cast of Kiss Me, Kate)
Paranoia, by Cole Porter
Wunderbar, by Cole Porter (credited to the cast of Kiss Me, Kate)

(Don’t Fall Into) The Mason’s Arms, by Ian Reddington with Song Image.


September 2: An annotated version of Internet Sermon number 5 in HTML format, was added to the Speeches And Transcripts Section of this site.

I added too my letter of August 19, 2009 to an Australian Jewish lawyer named Lewis; this was sent originally by E-Mail. Needless to say, he didn’t reply!


September 6: The Only Way To Liberate The Underclass was published on this site under the Speeches section.

Billions For The Bankers was published on Usenet.


The following were published on SongFacts, apparently in the small hours of September 8, 2009:

Hillary Song, by Jesse Goldberg
I Want A Girl Just Like Hillary, by Jesse Goldberg
My Name Is Goldberg, by Jesse Goldberg
Southern Baptist Jew, by Jesse Goldberg

Back To School Again, from Grease 2
Girl For All Seasons, from Grease 2
Reproduction, from Grease 2
Score Tonight, from Grease 2

Hava Nagila, listed as traditional

Hillary4U&Me, by Gene Wang

This Poison Fountain, by White Lightning.


September 13: Mumia, Murder, And Michael Stone: The Theory And Practice Of Blanket Dismissal was published on MajorityRights.


September 14: The following were published on SongFacts:

Constantinople by Al Stewart
Midnight Rocks by Al Stewart
Mondo Sinistro by Al Stewart
Murmansk Run/Ellis Island by Al Stewart
Optical Illustion by Al Stewart
Paint By Numbers by Al Stewart
Rocks In The Ocean by Al Stewart

The Landlord’s Daughter by Paul Giovanni (from The Wickerman)
Willow’s Song credited to Britt Ekland (who was dubbed in The Wicker Man)

The Bold Fisherman listed as traditional

Friends In Low Places, by Garth Brooks was augmented without my credit.
[This was added later - by October 2, 2009!]

Not Fair, by Lily Allen was augmented without my credit!


September 15: Mumia, Murder, And Michael Stone: The Theory And Practice Of Blanket Dismissal was renamed Murder, Mumia And Michael Stone: The Theory, Practice And Consequences Of Blanket Dismissal and published on MajorityRights.


September 21: The following were published on SongFacts:

Nessun Dorma credited to Luciano Pavarotti

Save Your Love by Renee & Renato

Slide It In by Whitesnake.


September 21: Murder, Mumia And Michael Stone: The Theory, Practice, And Consequences Of Blanket Dismissal was published on Scribd in WORD format - including with the extra comma!


September 25: Piers Merchant (1951-2009) was published on this site and on Scribd, the latter in WORD format.

This obituary includes Piers Merchant Interview Re “Searchlight” Smears - an interview from November 1993. The HTML version includes a photograph of Piers lifted from the web.


September 27: The Girl From Aberystwyth was published in the Limerick Section on this site, and Song Of Mumia in the Poetry Section.


September 28: The following were published on SongFacts, all without my credits!

I Can’t Go On Without You by Barclay James Harvest
Mr Sunshine by Barclay James Harvest
Ra by Barclay James Harvest
Someone There You Know by Barclay James Harvest
The Poet by Barclay James Harvest
The Sun Will Never Shine by Barclay James Harvest
Ursula (The Swansea Song) by Barclay James Harvest

Always by Irving Berlin

Changed Man by Chris Brown - with Song Image - not linked!

Cell Block Tango from Chicago with Song Image - not linked
Roxie, from Chicago with Song Image - likewise not linked!
We Both Reached For The Gun from Chicago

Only Time by Enya

Golden Slippers by The Fisk Jubilee Singers

Maybe It’s Because I’m A Londoner by Bud Flanagan

Dirty Little Girl by Elton John

Boys In Khaki, Boys In Blue by Marie Lloyd
Now You’ve Got Yer Khaki On by Marie Lloyd
When I Take My Morning Promenade by Marie Lloyd
The 9/11 Memorial Song - This Day Is Forever by Madoo

Bingo Eli Yale by Cole Porter
Brush Up Your Shakespeare by Cole Porter - listed as Cast of Kiss Me, Kate
I Get A Kick Out Of You by Cole Porter - listed under Ethel Merman

Lorelei by Wishbone Ash
Outward Bound by Wishbone Ash.

The images were corrected the following day. Re the image for Changed Man, this was not the picture leaked by the Los Angeles police, but this was changed apparently in the small hours of September 30.


September 29: I noticed today that the SongFact for Storm In A Tea Cup (which was published on August 18, 2008) had been augmented significantly, apparently by Carl. So I uploaded the original as I sent it - adding only a comma - to the SongFacts section of this site.


September 30: The SongFacts published on September 28 were all amended, apparently in the small hours of September 30. My credit was added to each of them.


October 1: The following were published on SongFacts:

To Be Or Not To Be (The Hitler Rap), by Mel Brooks

In Monterey, by Billie Burke

All That Jazz, from Chicago
Mr Cellophane, from Chicago with image (not linked, but corrected the following day!)

Hula Lou - this is actually three songfacts which were consolidated as one. And listed under Danny Kaye.

Time Away, by Paul Kossoff

Springtime For Hitler, from The Producers listed as by Mel Brooks.


October 2: The poem Song Of Polanski was published on this site.


October 5: Charles Coborn was published on ArtistFacts.


October 9: An audio version of The Gift Of Ramu was published on YouTube (in eleven parts) together with some explanatory blurb.


October 9: On this site, I added a section “Songs By Geoff Long - Introduction” together with recordings of four songs from his CD After The Party: Island Dream, It’s Only A Simple Song, Roll On and Song Of A Sad Man.

Under SongFacts I added Skyline Pigeon - with the same text as published on SongFacts.


The following were published on SongFacts no later than October 12, 2009:

Oh Dear, Mother, by George Formby
With My Little Stick Of Blackpool Rock, by George Formby

When I Lost You, by Irving Berlin

Old Judge Thayer, by Woody Guthrie with Song Image (not linked)
Red Wine, by Woody Guthrie
Two Good Men, by Woody Guthrie with Song Image (not linked)
Vanzetti’s Letter, by Woody Guthrie with Song Image (as usual, not linked!)
Vanzetti’s Rock, by Woody Guthrie
We Welcome You To Heaven, by Woody Guthrie

The Marrow Song (Oh What A Beauty!) by Edrich Siebert

Eee-I-Adio by Hazel O’Connor


October 14: I added a short biography of Chris Tame to findagrave.com including a photo I took of him at FOREST (from this site).


October 15: Ode To WordStar was added to the Sonnet Section; it is already hidden away in the Computer Programs section!


October 16: Why Do Rich Men Steal? was published on Scribd in PDF.


October 18: Union Seeks Hours Cut was published on Scribd in uncompressed PDF, unlike the earlier publication on this site.


October 18: I added a PDF of Christians And Socialism to SearchlightArchive, 1977.

This is a three page scan. I didn’t bother to reference it on the HomePage.


October 19: The following were published on SongFacts:

Hello! Ma Baby, credited to Ivor Biggun
I’ve Parted (Misprint), by Ivor Biggun

Hanging On The Telephone, by Blondie

In The Good Old Times, by Marie Lloyd
The Boy I Love Is Up In The Gallery, by Marie Lloyd

Ne Dis Plus Non! by Léopold De Wenzel

A Song Image file (without the song image!) was added to Polk Street Rag by Barclay James Harvest. The picture was linked, apparently, in the small hours of October 29.


October 20: The following were published on SearchlightArchive:

A PDF of Christians And Fascism from 1977 (in the Critical Bibliography).

GERRY GABLE: The Biggest Liar Who Ever Walkd The Earth together with a pdf of a letter from Detective Superintendent Sweeney to Your Truly re the Mesifta fire, and the letter of Steel & Shamash to the solicitors for Colin Jordan, dated 8 December 2008.

This latter was published late in the evening (including e-mail notifications), and appears to have been copied to NSW Forum UK within hours if not minutes. Nice one!


October 23: The following were published on this site:

HomePage blurb dated October 23, 2009

Cider In Warminster

A JPG of the blurb from the inside cover of Geoff Long’s CD after the party

A JPG of “Be Polite.” in the Cartoon Gallery.

Robert Edwards cartoon captioned “Oh, Mr Printer!”


October 23: JESSIE GILBERT (1987-2006) A Selected, Annotated, Chronological Bibliography, Compiled and Edited by Alexander Baron, published by InƒoText Manuscripts, London, (October 23, 2009). 48 pages. 3 photographs.

See also JESSIE: A Young Girl I Once Knew... and also The Jessie Gilbert Virtual Archive.


October 23: I created an archive disk of all Baron websites for the British Library and the Copyright Libraries.


October 23: I added a very lengthy comment to the SongFact for Ballad Of Tim Evans.


October 24: A PDF scan of Come Clean, Mr Gable... was published on Scribd.


October 25: I transfered satpalramisguilty to 20m.com on account of the closure, tomorrow, of Geocities. I couldn’t delete the old site because access has now been blocked. A day or two later and Geocities was gone although some sites have been archived or partially archived by Archive.Org and are available through the Wayback Machine.


October 28: A PDF scan of Jews And The Spread Of AIDS was published on Scribd.

Later I published PDF scans of Zionists And Communists... and of A Purpose Strong And Bright on the same site.


Wrong about editor’s jailing, published in journalist, November/December 2009, page 6.

This is an edited version of my letter re John George Haigh published under LETTERS. The magazine came through my door October 29, 2009.

On April 26, 2011, I found the on-line version of this letter; I don’t know when it was first published thus, probably shortly after the hard copy.


October 30: When I checked my E-mail this morning I found a message from Scribd saying that my account had been suspended for an unspecified terms of service violation. Actually, it had been deleted.


October 31: The following were published, on SongFacts:

Ballad Of Sacco And Vanzetti Part 1, by Joan Baez
Ballad Of Sacco And Vanzetti Part 2, by Joan Baez
Ballad Of Sacco And Vanzetti Part 3, by Joan Baez
Here’s To You, by Joan Baez

That’s What The Winkle Told The Whale, by George Brooks

2-4-6-8 Motorway, by Tom Robinson with Song Image
Coldharbour Lane, by Tom Robinson
Grey Cortina, by Tom Robinson with Song Image

Life Begins At Forty, by Sophie Tucker

When I Met You I Met My Waterloo, by Sunday & Monday.


November 1: A compressed PDF of The Only Good Fascist Is A Dead One was published on this site together with some introductory blurb.

Two of the short stories therein were published there in HTML format nine years ago: Chamber Of Horrors and The Good Samaritan.

I also added a compressed PDF of A Purpose Strong And Bright to the Baron Pamphlets section (cross-referenced).


November 2: A PDF of Jews And The Spread Of AIDS was added to the Baron Pamphlets section together with some explanatory blurb.


November 3: Mind Sports Olympiad 2003 was published on this site in PDF.

(See also Site Corrections Page).


November 4: A PDF of Life Begins At Eighty was published in the Articles Section, and a PDF of the October 27, 1993 ITMA Publications list, with a tiny bit of blurb.


New book is a ‘betrayal’
Chess starlet publication written by ‘semi’recluse’ without family’s okay
, published in the Surrey Mirror, Thursday, November 5, 2009, page 14.

This is a report of Al’s recently published bibliography of Jessie. It includes the Saunder’s photograph and a photograph of Angela Gilbert, the woman who a short time ago told me I was the love of her life.

I have been very slightly misquoted - the guy who turned up on my doorstep on October 26 claimed he was from the Caterham Advertiser; I believe I actually said “It’s not for Angela; it’s for Jessie”. The bibliography is described as a blow by blow account. Indeed.


November 5: Erratum for How The Searchlight Organisation Incites Hatred Against Jews... was published in PDF with the relevant pamphlet on this site.

United Europe/Divided Britain was published in compressed PDF in the Pamphlet Section.


November 7: Why We Don’t Need Banks was published/broadcast on YouTube in two parts, and a transcript in WORD format was published on this site.

United Europe/Divided Britain was published in compressed PDF in the Pamphlet Section.


November 8: I added a minor correction re Mind Sports Olympiad 2003 to the Site Corrections Page.


November 10: Book on tragic chess teenager is a “betrayal”, published on the Surrey Today website.

This is the Surrey Mirror story of November 5.


Circa November 11: The following were published on SongFacts on or slightly before November 11, 2009:

Sailor by Petula Clark

Seeman (Deine Heimat Ist Das Meer) by Lolita

Up From Somerset credited to Benjamin Luxon

Mar Português credited to Quatro Ventos

Coming In And Out Of Your Life by Barbra Streisand

There’s Company In The Parlor, Girls, Come On Down by Sophie Tucker.


November 11: The poems Mother and Pictures Of Margate were published on this site:

Prior to publication, both were in WordStar files; the former was in a file dated 1994; the latter, 1997, but I wrote Mother in 1984.

Both are intensely personal. Remembrance Day was as good a day as any to publish them both.


November 12: On October 25, 2009 I began uploading files to Archive.Org.

On October 30, I received notification that my Scribd account had been suspended - read deleted. I had intended to publish selected PDF and other files on Archive.Org anyway, but this expedited the claim, so to speak.

I had problems with the software, not least because I was uploading some of my files by FTP, something I hadn’t done for a good few years. Some of the files I uploaded appear to have vanished into cyber-space, while others were uploaded to the wrong directory. On November 12, 2009 I confirmed that the following had been uploaded and labelled correctly.

A Modest Proposal To Totally Eliminate Most Card Fraud: WORD
Al-Qaeda In Britain: WORD
James Bland biography: WORD
Neck: PDF
Piers Merchant (1951-2009): WORD
Libertarian Verse: on paper and on-line 2nd printing: PDF
The Wickedest Woman In The World: PDF
The White Brothers Letters: PDF
Union Seeks... PDF

The publication dates are not particularly relevant; for example, Libertarian Verse... above is listed by the Archive “Date this item was added” October 31 and “Date this item went public” November 9, but this was one of the files which gave me problems, so I’m not sure if what “went public” on November 9 is what should have been there.

Also, some of the files were uploaded initially with “incorrect” names. I decided at some point that I would suffix all the files I uploaded to this site with the word “archive”, so a few have been uploaded again. As far as I record any of these uploads, the publication date will be deemed (by Yours Truly) as the date I confirmed the veracity of the published file.


November 13: The following uploads to Archive.Org were confirmed:

A Rising Tide Lifts All Boats: PDF
Advanced Booking: PDF
Changing Perceptions Of Child Abuse: WORD
Drop Dead, Doreen Lawrence!: WORD
Know Your Enemy: Seachlight (by Mark Taha) PDF
Move Over Barack, Here Comes Desmond: WORD
Pirates Of The Airwaves: PDF
The Life And “Crimes” Of John Colin Campbell Jordan: PDF
The Mind Of Michael A. Hoffman II: PDF
The Poisoned Chalice Of “Holocaust Education”: PDF
They’re Coming for Your Supermarkets: PDF
True Blue: PDF

The Guernsey Experiment: an audio file from a tape by the Scottish Monetary Reform Society.

Rainbow Bridge To Gold: an audio file from a tape by the Scottish Monetary Reform Society.


November 14: The poem She Nearly Killed Me Too was published on this site.


November 14: The following uploads to Archive.Org were confirmed:

A Purpose Strong And Bright
Hhbur’s Tale
Is There Intelligent Life On Earth?
Liars Ought To Have Good Memories
Murder, Mumia, And Michael Stone
Searchlight On Gerry Gable: Secret State Asset Or Liability?
The Only Good Fascist Is A Dead One.

All the above are in PDF, except Murder, Mumia... which is in both PDF and WORD.


November 15: The following uploads to Archive.Org were confirmed. both in PDF:

Jews From The Sewers
Not The Protocols Of Zion.


November 16: The following were published on SongFacts:

Lorelei, by Noël Coward

Loo Loo, I’se A Lonely Coon, by Maud Forster

The Cannibal Nigger, by James B. Helsby

Ma Baby Girl, by Joe Howard

Island Dream, by Geoff Long

Holy Joe From Scabsville, by Ewan MacColl
The Gypsy Is A Gentleman, by Ewan MacColl

Ballad Of Tim Evans, by Ewan MacColl was substantially augmented.


November 16: I published my letters to Colin Jordan of December 3, 2008 and January 26, 2009 on NWN-Forum with a bit of comment.


November 16: The following were confirmed on Archive.Org this afternoon. All were published in PDF:

Article:

Life Begins At Eighty

Books:

Freedom Under Socialism?
Holocaust Affirmers

Pamphlets:

A Tale Of Two Convicted Cop Killers
Come Clean, Mr Gable...
Exposed! The Homosexual Plot...
Jews And The Spread Of AIDS
United Europe/Divided Britain
Why Do Rich Men Steal?
Zionists And Communists...Enemies Of Humanity.


November 17: The following, all in PDF, were confirmed on Archive.Org:

Holocaust Denial: New Nazi Lie Or New Inquisition?
Jew-Haters, Black Haters, Violent Criminals...
Searchlight On Gerry Gable And His Bosom Pal Ray Hill.


November 18: The Guardian, The Lies Of Gerry Gable... was confirmed on Archive.Org.


November 18: For Always And Never.

I wrote this short poem today, and published it on this site.


November 20: A PDF of my letter to the Journalist re John George Haigh was published on this site in the Correspondence Section together with a PDF of the unedited version.

Also published, in his section, was Taha’s letter in Boxing News of September 18, 2009.


November 20: The following were published on SongFacts:

Cohen Owes Me Ninety Seven Dollars, by Irving Berlin (credited to Belle Baker)
Marie From Sunny Italy, by Irving Berlin
That Opera Rag, by Irving Berlin
Yiddle On Your Fiddle Play Some Ragtime, by Irving Berlin

Caesar, Why Don’t You Seize Her? by Frank Carter

Parisian Pierrot, by Noël Coward

Boys Of The Chelsea School, (credited to George Leyton)

She Wears Red Feathers (And A Huly-Huly Skirt), by Bob Merrill (credited to Guy Mitchell)

Rosalie, by Cole Porter

I Get A Kick Out Of You was augmented; (this is credited to Ethel Merman rather than to Cole Porter).


November 21: Scans of Taha’s letters in London Metro, November 11, 2009 and the New Statesman, November 16, 2009 were published in his Section on this site.


November 23: The following were confirmed on Archive.Org:

Before You Take The Searchlight Organisation’s Advice On Racial Attacks...

SKY TV interview with Jessie Gilbert

Al’s tape of Yours Truly winning the RFL quiz on May 20, 1990.


November 24: The Menace Of “Anti-Fascism” was published on Archive.Org in PDF.

The BBC Soundtrack interview with lowlife Gable was published.

The Final Taboo and Kiss Me Dead, Lee were also confirmed, in PDF.

Why We Don’t Need Banks was published - in one video file - on Archive.Org.


November 27: Skepticana and Swindler’s Twist were published in PDF on Archive.Org.


November 28: My ITMA press release of November 26, 1992 was published on Archive.Org in PDF.


November 30: Scatoligicus Eroticum and The ITMA Book Of “Gay” Verse were published on Archive.Org in PDF, both with considerable explanatory blurb.

My press release for Ode To Sweet Sonia of September 20, 1993 was also published in PDF.

I added a poor quality JPG scan of Searchlight stockists facing libel actions launch support campaign to SearchlightArchive under the 1996 Critical Bibliography.


A letter published in the Sun, Tuesday, December 1, 2009.


December 2: Scatoligicus Eroticum was published in compressed PDF on this site together with an explanatory page, an expanded version of that already published on Archive.Org.


December 3: TAKE IT LIKE A MAN! The ITMA Book Of “Gay” Verse was published on this site in compressed PDF together with an explanatory page, an expanded version of that already published on Archive.Org.

I also added the songfact for Pretty Golden Hair (duplicated from SongFacts).

The demo recording of Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained was published here in the Music Section.

I’m fairly sure I uploaded it before and tested the link on the site, but have no record of it in the bibliography.


December 3: The demos of Erudite Women, Nothing Ventured, Nothing Gained and Paranoia were published on Archive.Org.


December 4: The following Geoff Long recordings were published on Archive.Org:

Island Dream
It’s Only A Simple Song
Roll On
Song Of A Sad Man.


December 5: Foxy Knoxy was published on Usenet.


December 5: Finally! - I managed to upload Anti-Semitism In The Modern World to Archive.Org in one file.

The video Do You Trust The Western Media? was also published there in one part together with some explanatory blurb.


December 6: Obituary For Gerry Gable was published in the Poetry Section. If only!


December 6: A PDF transcript of Why We Don’t Need Banks was published on Archive.Org.


December 7: The following were published on SongFacts, apparently in the small hours:

Did Santa Have A Daddy Just Like Mine? by Archie Alexander
Do I Know? by Archie Alexander
Ev’rybody Loves A Soldier by Archie Alexander

Me Ol’ Bam-Boo from Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (credited here to Dick Van Dyke)

Forever The Same by Soft Cell
Heat by Soft Cell
Kitchen Sink Drama by Soft Cell
Loving You Hating Me by Soft Cell
Numbers by Soft Cell
The Art Of Falling Apart by Soft Cell
Where The Heart Is by Soft Cell

Dan Dare (Pilot Of The Future) by Elton John (with a Song Image)

Fido Said Simply “Bow Wow” credited to Edgar Leslie

Baltimore by Randy Newman

Dogs Of War by The Sensational Alex Harvey Band

Free Mumia Abu Jamal by The Unbound Allstars.


December 8: The following were published on Archive.Org in PDF:

The Menace Of Sexism In Chess
The Money Trick.


December 8: Come Clean, Mr Gable... was published on SearchlightArchive in PDF.


December 14: A PDF of The Comedy Bulletin, August 1988 was published on Archive.Org.


December 14: Taha’s letter in Boxing News of November 13, 2009 was published in his Section.


December 15: Exposed! The Homosexual Plot To Destroy Orthodox Judaism was published on this site in compressed PDF.

A photograph of Dennis Bardens was published in the Image Gallery.


December 15: The Home Office circular Informants who take part in crime was published on Archive.Org in PDF with a bit of blurb.


December 16: A PDF scan of the May 1990 issue of The Comedy BULLETIN was published on Archive.Org together with some explanatory blurb.

I also published a PDF of my letter from Colin Jordan dated 30 May 2005.


December 17: A PDF scan of my letter to New Scotland Yard - the actual letter - was published on Archive.Org together with some blurb.

I also published a scan of Christians And Fascism together with some blurb again on Archive.Org.

The following correspondence was also published on Archive.Org - together with some blurb.

Letter from “Commander” Wall, May 29, 1996
Letter from Detective Superintendent Sweeney, September 29, 2009
Letter from David Searle of New Scotland Yard, July 16, 2009.

All the above are in PDF.


December 19: A PDF scan of issue 41 of New TARGET was published on Archive.Org, together with some blurb.


December 19: The following were published on SongFacts:

My Mariuccia (Take A Steamboat), credited to Al Piantadosi

The Sound Of Music, credited to Julie Andrews.


December 19: Later, I added a PDF scan of “Subscribe NOW!” - an invitation to subscribe to Target to Archive.Org. Issues 41 & 42 of the actual magazine were also added - in PDF.

I also added the letter from Elizabeth Ribbans (Managing Editor of the Guardian) to the Press Complaints Commission re my complaint against the paper. This file is in compressed PDF.


December 19: Anyone, including police, can take pix, from the journalist, SEPTEMBER/OCTOBER 2008, page 7 was published in the Correspondence Section together with a bit of comment.

[This was actually posted to the site on May 29, 2009 but I misspelt the name of the holding HTML file. It may have been picked up on the search engines but (re)publication date is December 19].


December 20: Stephen Wheeler’s letter of June 30, 2009 was published on Archive.Org in PDF.


December 21: The following were published on Archive.Org:

A JPG from the Catholic Herald for October 29, 1949 together with a very short essay under the notes section. The file was posted as The Holocaust - and the chicanery of the mass media.

The Truth About Holocaust Denial in one file together with some explanatory blurb.

The transcript of the above (in PDF).

A letter dated May 25, 1995 from the BBC re Gable (in PDF).

A letter issued by the Searchlight Victims Support Group in March 2003.

And a PDF scan of the Leeds BNP “Emergency Bulletin” issued cDecember 1994.


December 22: A PDF of Smokers’ Writes was published on Archive.Org.


December 23: I added a PDF of a two page letter from John Warburton of the Mosley Archive to Archive.Org.

This letter is dated 4 September 1994. It covers some of Gable’s nonsense in Searchlight. I did not include scans of the enclosures - and I can’t remember what they were at this stage.

A scan of a letter from New Target dated May 2005 was also added.


December 24: A PDF scan of issue 4 of the anti-Searchlight magazine Target was published on Archive.Org.


December 25: At 2am on Christmas morning I published three JPG scans of Taha letters on this site:

Independent, April 15, 2004
Tonight, November 24, 2005 *
West End Extra, May 26, 2006, page 6.

* Click here for clarification of this error.


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