August 19, 2009
Dear Mr Lewis,
I have just read your article in The Australian about a man named Töben. I thought at first this Dr Töben must be the same one I met in Tehran in December 2006, but on re-reading it I feel I must be mistaken.
The Dr Töben I know did not consort with “some of the world's most notorious racists” in Tehran, but with President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the greatest statesman of the 21st Century, and the man I personally witnessed embrace anti-Zionist rabbis at the Presidential Palace.
The David Duke he and I met was not a member of the Ku Klux Klan, but an academic who made an impassioned plea against war in the Middle East, a war that would have resulted in untold death, suffering, human misery and destruction, including to Jews.
I am surprised you or any court should consider the suggestion that Jewish people who believe uncritically in the Holocaust to be of limited intelligence; from my own experience, most Jewish lawyers if not Jews in general are of severely limited intelligence, because they never learn from their mistakes.
While it is true as you say that there are no special rules and privileges for the Töbens of this world, the same cannot be said for Jews, and I would refer you in the first instance to my video The Truth About Holocaust Denial which can be found at
and to my essay Who Are The Very Special People? which can be found at the link
You will see from these that Jews are able to - and do - lie and libel their Gentile neighbours with total impunity, while at the same time they are protected from calumny by special laws, laws that do not protect even the President of the United States.
These laws have been enacted largely under pressure - and duplicity - from Organised Jewry worldwide. People who demand, and receive, special treatment (“Sonderbehandlung!”), are often treated with contempt or even hatred, which is only natural because nobody likes a big ’ead, or someone whose air of superiority implies that he is better than everyone else. That applies even to highly educated, trained and cultured people. Including lawyers. You would have thought after two thousand years of whining and wailing about persecution that at least some Jews would have realised that. Alas, that appears not to be the case. Not in Australia at any rate.
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