Chinese Perceptions of the ‘Jews’ and Judaism: A History of the Youtai by Zhou Xun, published by Curzon Press, Richmond, Surrey, (2001).
Re the above, I have been unable to find a specific publication date. Al gets a citation on page 136.
January 1: In no particular order of importance, the following were published on this site:
On Mike Tyson
The Old Fellow Named Foster
The Young Maiden Of Jeddah
An Extended Limerick
On Immanuel Velikovsky And His Detractors
I Spit On Your Grave
Maid Of Valhalla
Read All Abaht It!
September Song (two different poems with the same title)
The Lost Poem
Who Shall Inherit The Earth?
A Sonnet For The Laureate
One Or Three Articles
Three Articles For “Common Sense” [Published originally in Common Sense: The official Islamic Party Newsreport, Summer 1997/Rabi’ 1418, Issue number 21].
Public Reply To The Ongoing Libels Of Gerry Gable
SEARCHLIGHT ON THE BBC: How The Broadcast Media Peddles The Fantasies, Paranoia And Poison Of Arch-Liar Gerry Gable
January 3: The following were published on this site:
After The Second Snow
Love Song (two different poems)
January 5: There Was A Young Man Of Penang was published on this site.
FROM MURDERER TO MARTYR
Killer’s hate campaign against victim extends beyond the grave, by Alexander Baron, published in Identity MAGAZINE OF THE BRITISH NATIONAL PARTY, Issue 5, January 2001, pages 6-7.
This magazine was published around about the first or second week in January, but it didn’t come through my door until the 18th. Although the version of the article which appears here has been edited to suit the BNP’s agenda, it contains no serious factual errors, and no lies at all. Unlike the filth spewed out by the Free Satpal Campaign.
The article was later reprinted on the BNP’s website under the title From murderer to martyr: the Satpal Ram saga.
January 11: The following limericks were published on this site:
The Young Fellow Named Grubba
The Young Fellow Of Stoke.
CHESS POST, Issue No. 215, Vol 39, No. 1, January 2001 came through my door January 15, 2001.
It contains the following contributions from Yours Truly:
Page 7: A game Baron v Howarth
Pages 25-6: A game Baron v Wu under the title A Fighting Draw; the title is mine; the annotations are from myself and Ian Wu.
Page 41: The poem Chess Lessons - published here not for the first time! Some comment re this on page 40.
January 16: The limericks The Wanker and Will You Kindly FO were published on this site.
January 24: The limerick Cunt In Disguise was published on this site.
January 30: THE OFFICIAL HOME OF ICE Machine-Readable Identity Card Questionnaire, Compiled by Jack Staw, was published on this site in HTML format.
WEEKEND CHESS, FEBRUARY 2001, Issue No. 7.
Al’s photo - in play with Peter Poobalasingham - appears on the front cover.
On page 31 it is reported that I won the grading prize in the Coulsdon Blitz on December 16, 2000. There is a note here “This tournament was of course held on January 13, 2001.” Nine years and more on I haven’t a clue what that means, but see entry for ChessMoves below. The photograph is from a tournament held at Lewisham, which I won, with 6/6.
February 1: The following were published on this site:
An Apology To The Black Man From The White Race, by Arthur Kemp
Black Lawyers, Slavery, And Inutterable Weariness: Maybe Some Things Aren’t Somebody Else’s Fault, by Frederick Reed
HARRY KATZ ON THE “TALMUD”
In Our Hands, by Joseph Sobran
The Jewish Establishment, by Joseph Sobran
The Petition of the Candlemakers, by Frederic Bastiat.
FROM MURDERER TO MARTYR Killer’s Hate Campaign Against Victim Extends Beyond The Grave
The original version was printed and published as a stand alone article February 2, 2001. The four page (folded A3) leaflet has a copy of the Birmingham Evening Mail report of November 17, 1986 printed on the back.
February 6: The Wizard Of Oz Syndrome... was published on this site.
A comment here; I thought I had coined this expression myself, but I did a search on Yahoo on February 6 and would you believe that I found a number of references to the phrase from other sources, albeit in a slightly different context? Damn! And there was me thinking I was something special.
February 7: The following limericks were published on this site:
The Doctor From Putney
The Young Man Of Japan.
GUILTY OF MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE
“A Fact Sheet Refuting
The Lies And Distortions Of The
Free Satpal Campaign”, by Alexander Baron, published by InƒoText Manuscripts, London, (February 2001). 16 pages. Illustrated.
A hundred print run of this A4 pamphlet was produced by Yours Truly; the first copy was mailed out February 16.
CHESS POST, Issue No. 216, Vol 39, No. 2, March 2001 came through my door February 27, 2001.
On page 15 is my 1998 game against Clive Dechant, which is referred to here as an Elephant Gambit; I much prefer the archaic name Queen’s Pawn Counter Gambit.
I only sent this in to the mag because I saw this guy in one of the Sunday tabloids; he is (or was) a teacher and he had been harassing a schoolgirl, not in a sexual manner apparently, but he appeared to have developed an unnatural obsession about her. I’m glad I beat the nonce anyway.
WEEKEND CHESS, MARCH 2001, Issue No 8.
A report on the 1st Weekend Chess Rapidplay, by Chris Rice, contains my game (and commentary thereon) with David Helsby at pages 8-9.
I state therein that I played Russell Goodfellow in the 3rd round; we actually met in the 4th round.
Searchlight, March 2001, No 309, page 10.
Troy Southgate gets a mention here: “He turns up in the company of old members of the extreme nazi British Movement and people connected to the Libertarian Alliance.”
That can only be a reference to Yours Truly.
NEWSLETTER OF THE BRITISH CHESS FEDERATION, March/April 2001.
Page 10: Under results, Coulsdon Blitz, 13 January 2001: 6-7 Alexander Baron, ie 6th with 7 points.
This magazine came through my door April 6.
April 15: Easter Sunday, on London Live, the Henry Bonsu programme.
At 4.27pm “Alex” from South East London was heard on the programme badmouthing the Macpherson Report.
Saddiq Khan did not agree! He didn’t agree with the other guest on the show either, Norman Dennis, and launched into a diatribe with all the usual garbage including the statistics game.
April 21: satpalramisguilty opens for business on Geocities.
The original site can be found at this link.
I considered using the format SatpalRamIsGuilty, ie Camel Case, and probably should have, but I decided on this occasion to stick with the convention of lower case throughout.
The following were published therein:
A KILLER PLAYS THE NUMBERS GAME: Ram On Crime And “Racism”
A Note To The Reader
Re the site index.
A “Revolutionary” And His Heroes
A Small Knife That He Used In His Work
An Appeal From The Webmaster - And A Challenge
And Justice For All?
BRAINWASHING: Three Tried And Tested Techniques
BY WAY OF DECEPTION A Critique Of Agenda Driven Special Interest Groups includes a short annotated list “Anti-Racist” Watchdog Groups Operating In Britain
A scan of Cafe argument led to murder, published in The Birmingham Post, (Midland Edition), No. 39,790, Thursday, June 11, 1987, page 5.
DEATH OF A WORKING MAN: The Betrayal Of Clarke Pearce (And The White Working Class)
Douglas Draycott, QC - A couple of paragraphs about Ram’s Leading Counsel.
EARLY DAY MOTIONS: A Précis - A paragraph lifted from the UK Parliament website.
ERRATUM! - A correction to a trivial error I made in the hard copy of SATPAL RAM: Guilty Of Murder In The First Degree.
FREE SATPAL RAM: a leaflet published by the Free Satpal Campaign (front only).
Fresh hope for jailed city killer
Evidence could free Satpal, a scan of an article published originally in Metronews, August 13, 1992, page 5. [This is a Birmingham local newspaper].
Killer’s Hate Campaign Against Victim Extends Beyond The Grave - an on-line version of the 4 page A4 leaflet.
An extract from Hansard (Written Answers), February 8, 2000 concerning Satpal Ram.
A scan of Girl sees fiance stabbed to death, by Nick Parker, from the Birmingham Evening Mail, (EXTRA FINAL), Monday, November 17, 1986, page 5.
Harry Fletcher: Probation Service
Improper Behaviour - In Court And Out
Letter to the Asian Times, March 27, 2001.
Letter to Fight Racism! Fight Imperialism! dated December 31, 2000.
Letter to Labour Left Briefing dated December 24, 2000.
Letter to the mother of Clarke Pearce dated October 21, 2000.
Lie Of The Camera
Lies In The Court Of Appeal
A scan of Life for city stab killer, from the Birmingham Evening Mail, (EXTRA FINAL), June 10, 1987, page 14.
MUMIA ABU-JAMAL: A Précis
A scan of Nadine O’Neill’s Letter To The “Sunday Express” - This is dated 13th December 1999.
Nadine O’Neill’s Letter To The “Sunday Express”: Explanatory Note
No appeal through counsel’s mistake, published in the Times, [CD-ROM], December 7, 1995, page 36. A scan of the summary of the 1995 Court of Appeal judgment in Regina v Satpal Ram. (See also entry for May 14, 2014).
No Fight, No Argument
Notes of Home Visit: Monday 16th October 2000 - A scan of a one page document written by Denise Astley, Victim Liaison Officer with the West Midlands Probation Service.
On Narvinder Shinji’s Failure To Give Evidence - I always prefer the American expression - to testify - but...
R v SATPAL RAM: A scan of the case summary of the 1995 Court Of Appeal judgment published by Lawtel.
REGINA - v - SATPAL RAM, (Transcript of the Shorthand Notes of Marten Walsh Cherer Ltd). The 1989 Court of Appeal judgment.
Revisionist History And The Case Of Satpal Ram
Rough Justice In The Deep South
Satpal Ram And The Murder Of Clarke Edward Pearce: A Critical Bibliography Of Printed Sources (includes a sub-file SATPAL RAM BIBLIOGRAPHY Explanatory Note)
Satpal Ram And Winston Silcott: Some Interesting Parallels
SATPAL RAM: Guilty Beyond All Reasonable Doubt
Satpal Ram: GUILTY OF MURDER IN THE FIRST DEGREE “A Fact Sheet Refuting The Lies And Distortions Of The Free Satpal Campaign” An on-line version of the pamphlet.
STEPHEN LAWRENCE, DAMILOLA TAYLOR AND SATPAL RAM: A Précis And Comparison
Stop The Nazis!
TALKS IN PAKI: “Racism”, Hysteria And Double Standards
THE CRIMINAL CASES REVIEW COMMISSION: A Précis - This was copied from the website of the Criminal Cases Review Commission. It appears to have been written by Jack Straw; the title is mine.
The Free Satpal Campaign Dupes Parliament - But Not For Long
THE FREE SATPAL CAMPAIGN: Its Members And Methods
The Lunatic Fringe
The Murder Of Clarke Pearce By Satpal Ram: A Chronology
The Night Her Brother Was Murdered: Recollections Of Nadine O’Neill And Her Husband
The “Sky Blue” - a paragraph about the restaurant.
The Strongest Case For Ram Deconstructed: Point Counterpoint
The Strongest Case For Ram Deconstructed: Point Counterpoint (2) Appeals And Beyond
THE TESTIMONY OF DR JEANNE McGIVERN: written by Dr McGivern but edited slightly.
Twisting The Words Of The Trial Judge
Two Conversations With Lesley Naylor - Ram’s Arch-Liar
Welcome To The HOMEPAGE Of “satpalramisguilty” - basically an explanatory page.
Who Is Sara Thornton?
There’s no such thing as a black buck on the Your Shout! page, New Nation, Monday 23 April 2001, Issue 226, page 11.
This is a letter attacking the fallacy of what might be called the racialisation of money. The reference to black buck is, I am fairly sure, a swipe at someone who wrote in on a totally unrelated subject, a young lady whose letter in the March 5 issue attacked black men who betray their race with white whores.
April 27: the following were published on this site:
My letter of October 3, 2001 to Ken Livingstone re free transport, (originally published on Usenet, November 2000).
The judgment order in Riley v Gable.
LATEST NEWS FROM ITMA - April 2001 - a bit of blurb on the HomePage about the updating of the site.
April 28: My letter of March 8, 1999 to History Today was published on this site in HTML format.
April 29, 2001: My previously unpublished letter of October 21, 2000 to Socialist Worker re Alex Haley’s Roots was published on this site.
The Conspiracy We All Know Doesn’t Really Exist -
And How It Operates
An Address Concerning The Machinations Of The
“International Jewish Conspiracy” In The Modern World
This pamphlet was published on this site in HTML format on April 30.
A letter under the above title was published under Letters in THE BIG ISSUE, APRIL 30-MAY 6 2001, NO. 435, page 46.
It has been edited largely due to excessive length.
CHESS POST, Vol 39, No. 3, Issue No. 217, May 2001, came through my door May 5, 2001.
Pages 13-4 is one of my games with David Overton; I don’t remember sending this in; I lost it, so it was probably him.
According to the score, the game began:
1. Nf3 Nf6 2. c4 g6 3. Nc3 g7 4. e4 o-o etc. It actually began 1. c4 g6 etc
THE MONEY QUESTION, THE RACE QUESTION, AND THE ELIMINATION OF THE POVERTY TRAP: Anti-Semitism, “Anti-’Racism’”, And The Case For Basic Income
This pamphlet was published on this site in HTML format on May 7.
Jamal did have a good lawyer
A letter published under the above title appeared in the Journalist, May 2001, page 6, which came through my door May 10.
It has been edited very slighty.
May 18: The following (all relating to Baron v Gable) were published on this site.
Baron Replies To The Slime Of Organised Jewry
An essay refuting yet another smear by those wonderful people who gave you Sabra and Shatilla.
Summary Of One Of The
Libel Actions Of The Decade
(And Related Legal Actions).
(The on-line version of the pamphlet of the same name, with a few very minor alterations). A scan of the final consent order in Baron v Gable is included rather than a desktopped version as in the original.
A copy of the order on the judgment against Dillons in Baron v Gable.
My pre-action letter to Gable dated 16th November, 1993.
Jewish Community Targeted, the defamatory article Gable published in the November 1993 issue of Searchlight.
Scandalising The Court
This includes my letter of April 19, 1995 to David Pollock, the solicitor acting for Centerprise in Baron v Gable, together with some comment, and the interrogatories served on the company.
[I thought I’d linked these interrogatories but noticed - on August 26, 2010! - that I hadn’t. However, Scandalising The Court appears to have been picked up by Google and undoubtedly other search engines, and I’m fairly certain I sent the link to a few people at the time, so May 18, 2001 is probably the true publication date].
Also added (to the HomePage) was some explanatory comment.
May 20:A review of “False Imprisonment” was published on Usenet.
Re the above, author Nigel Ley was Leading Counsel in Riley v Gable.
IRVING v LIPSTADT, by Alexander Baron, published by Anglo-Hebrew Publishing, London, (May 2001). 22 pages.
After much delay my tranche of this pamphlet finally arrived May 24; publication date is May 25, the day the first copies were passed on and mailed out. Hancock published the ISBN on the inside front cover, but I can’t really complain, he did it for nothing after all.
Not The Brains Of A Sheep, by Alexander Baron, published in Common Sense: The official Islamic Party Newsreport, Issue number 32, General election 2001/Safar 1422, page 4.
This article was first published on this site; this issue of Common Sense (which was also published on the Web) came through my door May 29, 2001.
AN INTERVIEW WITH MORRIS RILEY:
THE MAN WHO TOOK “SEARCHLIGHT” TO COURT
...AND WON!, published in Final Conflict, issue 26, pages 12-3.
I get a mention here.
(The magazine is undated but was published in May 2001.)
New TARGET, ISSUE...Number Sixteen, undated, came through my door May 31.
I get a mention on page 2 re suing Searchlight (in reality Gable).
AN OPEN LETTER AND WARNING TO LISA TAYLOR (PERSONAL CAPACITY)
This essay was published on Usenet on June 9, and incorporates the texts of two recent postings to an “anti-fascist” mailing list which were forwarded to me June 8.
It was also published on this site on June 17.
June 30: When Reason Fails was published on this site.
July 1: A game from Chess Post - another victory for the ancient Morra Gambit! The annotations are not mine.
July 2: To (Rotten) Al Davis was published on this site.
CHESS POST, Issue No. 218, Vol 39, No. 4, July 2001, came through my door July 5.
On page 19 is my win against Arthur Dawkins with a Morra Gambit.
July 16: My unpublished letter to the Evening Standard re ritual murder dated June 7, 2001 was published on this site.
July 19: An Essay On Gluttony was published on this site.
August 3: Pie In The Sky was published on this site.
This is not to be confused with the article of the same name I wrote for Travel Days.
August 5: My letters to Rosine de Bounevialle of September 28, 1998 and October 9, 1998 re the Israel Cohen hoax were published on this site.
August 11: The second edition of THE PROTOCOLS OF THE LEARNED ELDERS OF ZION And Related Literature: A Selected, Annotated, Chronological Bibliography including precursors and updates was published on this site in HTML format.
Final Conflict, issue 27.
This issue is undated but came through my door September 14, 2001. It contains two articles by Yours Truly:
Page 4: MARXISTS FAVOURITE PRISONER KNIFED WHITE MAN IN RACE ATTACK
Race Card And Incessant Lies in Ram Case.
This has been edited somewhat to house style but it is easily recognisable as written by me. This was not a racial attack of course, drink was the major factor.
The article says that Ram is now a Category C prisoner; at the time I wrote the article this was true, although by the time I received my copy, he’d been reclassified D and sent to an open prison briefly, and then to category B, and shipped back to a closed prison.
Page 9: MORRIS RILEY DIES AT 55
This is my obituary for my most faithful friend. A couple of minor errors. In the text of the article it is said that Morris died June 16. This was what I wrote originally. Mrs Riley phoned me at 8.55 on June 17 and told me that Morris had died “last night”. In fact, he died a little while after midnight, ie that same morning. I told the magazine but they didn’t correct it.
Another error has crept in, Morris is shown holding a copy of his book which is said to be Philby: The Missing Years.
The corrected obituary (minus photograph) was published on this site on September 15 as Morris Riley - The Man Who Beat “Searchlight” - Dies At 55.
September 17: The Righteous One was published on Usenet.
September 19: Open Letter To The Campaign For An Independent Britain was published on Usenet.
He’ll thank you one day, published in the Privatelives column in the Guardian, (G2) supplement, September 21, 2001, page 12.
Taha wrote in to the paper; I am informed that the person referred to in his anonymous contribution who “got in touch with my closest relative” is Yours Truly.
September 26: Civil “Rights” - Uncivil Lies, by Alexander Baron was published on the British National Party website.
On December 30, 2001 it was also published on this site; the format was changed very slightly, and one sentence was added - an update re the case of Mumia Abu-Jamal.
September 28: SearchlightArchive opens for business on 20m.com.
Two pamphlets were republished therein: A Revisionist History Of The 1960s Synagogue Arsons, (2nd Edition) and In Serving The Wicked Expect No Reward. Both scans were JPG format. Apart from that, there was a bit of blurb on the HomePage, and that was it.
The original site can be accessed at this link.
September 28: Yankee Go Home was published simultaneously on Usenet and on this site.
September 30: Open Letter To The Campaign For An Independent Britain was published on this site.
MORRIS RILEY (1945-2001), published in Identity MAGAZINE OF THE BRITISH NATIONAL PARTY, Issue 14, October 2001, page 10.
This is my obituary for Morris published belatedly after prompting Griffin. I was not happy about the way it was edited, in particular with the claim that Morris joined the BNP in 2000 and engaged in a one-man leafleting drive im his home town. First Lecomber and then Griffin (whom he had obviously briefed following my phone call) claimed that Morris had indeed joined the BNP. I’ll believe that when I hear it from his own lips.
October 4: A photograph of Morris Riley was published on this site.
October 10: Song For Bin Laden was published both on Usenet and this site.
October 15: Blue Murder was published simultaneously on Usenet and on this site.
Re Leaves see also entry for March 10, 2002.
October 20: The satpalramisguilty website was updated.
The following were published thereon:
A Few Odds And Ends: literally that.
How A Conspiracy Of Silence Aids The Lies Of Satpal Ram: an essay.
The Murder Of Clarke Pearce By Satpal Ram And Its Aftermath: A 1300 Word Précis.
Another Knife Case: a short essay.
The Autopsy On Clarke Pearce, And Ram’s Second Appeal: Some Critical Comment.
CURRY RAGE: The Ultimate Senseless Murder: a short essay.
Death certificate of Clarke Pearce.
GUARDIAN OF DEMOCRACY? Broadsheet Newsprint: Tabloid Lies: an essay on wilful media misrepresentation.
Headed For The Record Books?: a little light entertainment.
Letter from the Home Office to Jacqui Lait MP re Ram’s imprisonment.
Letter to Lord Desai re Ram dated October 9, 2001.
Letter to the Guardian newspaper, September 12, 2001, (unpublished).
Letter to the Guardian newspaper, September 21, 2001, (unpublished).
Letter to the Guardian newspaper, corrections department, September 24, 2001.
Letter to Socialist Worker, October 3, 2001, (unpublished).
Letter to the Home Office, re Ram’s imprisonment, dated June 26, 2001.
Letter to the Home Office, re Ram’s imprisonment, dated August 6, 2001.
Letter to the National Civil Rights Movement dated July 7, 2001, (unanswered).
Letter to Satpal Ram dated October 10, 2000.
Letter to Satpal Ram dated November 1, 2000.
Letters to (then) Prisons Minister Paul Boateng dated October 4, 2000; November 8, 2000; and November 18, 2000, (unanswered).
Michael Stone Update.
More Lies And Distortions By The National Civil Rights Movement: a short essay re the National Civil Rights Movement.
OVER THE HILL: How Decent People Are Brainwashed By “Anti-Racist” Liars: an essay on “anti-racist”brainwashing.
Regina v Ram, : the full transcript of the judgment.
A scan of a paring knife.
Scans of two flick knives.
Song Of Satpal: a little more light entertainment.
Terry Dean On Clarke Pearce.
Report of Dr Norman Gower, Home Office Pathologist, on the death of Clarke Edward Pearce.
THE AUTOPSY ON CLARKE PEARCE: A Doctor Comments: comment on the pathologist’s report by an anonymous American doctor.
Two Genuinely Controversial Cases Of Ram’s Trial Judge: a lengthy essay.
Uncivil Lies: a page lifted from the website of the National Civil Rights Movement.
What’s In A Name?: a minor clarification concerning Clarke Pearce.
The following were augmented in the October 20, 2001 update. [The original versions were not preserved].
A Few Of The Major “Anti-Racist” Watchdog Groups Operating In Britain (very minor corrections).
Satpal Ram And The Murder Of Clarke Edward Pearce: A Critical Bibliography Of Printed Sources (many additions including from April 2001 to date).
The Murder Of Clarke Pearce By Satpal Ram: A Chronology (minor additions including from April 2001 to date).
MUMIA ABU-JAMAL: A Précis (added a paragraph).
STEPHEN LAWRENCE, DAMILOLA TAYLOR AND SATPAL RAM: A Précis And Comparison (added one note).
[Very minor corrections made after October 20, 2001 are not catalogued].
Al Baron Targeted Again by the Metropolitan Police, published in VOMIT UK 43/01, 27 October 2001.
This was received by the current writer in WORD format; said article - a report on the third computer seizure by the Met - appears on page 4 of my print-out. The report was written by Yours Truly but has been edited slightly.
November 8: The essay Islamophobia Is A Two-Way Street was published on Usenet and on this site.
Mind Sports Olympiad 2001, by Alexander Baron, published in CHESS POST, Vol 39, No. 6, Issue No. 220, pages 28-30.
This publication came through my door November 9, 2001. The article includes my wins against Russian IM Oleg Kirsanov and Tristan Cox in the Olympiad Masters Rapidplay.
November 17: IDENTITY CARDS: A Splendid Idea was published on this site.
This includes a photograph of Adolf Hitler, and one of a certain Gerry Gable!
The short story A Few Bad Men was augmented with a quote by Louis R. Beam.
November 18: A very minor typo was corrected in the essay Islamophobia Is A Two-Way Street on this site.
November 23: This evening, FinancialReform is opened on 20m.com.
The original site can be accessed at this link.
Initially, it contained the following pages:
HomePage and Site Index page: a little introductory blurb. Links page. And the following:
“Even unto China”
THE TRUTH ABOUT MONEY
WHAT IT IS, and WHAT IT CAN and CAN NOT DO!: an essay by David Pidcock dated Wednesday, 20 September 2000.
[This version is published without the footnotes which appeared in the original].
MONEY: MEDIUM OF EXCHANGE OR DEBT?: a JPG scan of my 1998 pamphlet.
THE CASE FOR BASIC INCOME: How To Take The Lowlife Out Of The Gutter: an essay.
The Money Question And The Jewish Question
Another essay; although this had not been published before it had previously been sent to Sahib Bleher and David Pidcock, and at least one other person had read it. This final published version was augmented and edited slighty from the original draft.
TWO DISSERTATIONS ON WISDOM ANCIENT AND MODERN
(i) Wisdom From The Bible
Beware The Number Of The Beast!
(ii) Wisdom From The Boob Tube
How “Dirty Money” Taints Us All
This is a rather lengthy and unwieldy title; like The Money Question And The Jewish Question it was sent to Sahib Bleher and David Pidcock. I don’t recall making any alterations to the final published version, but if there are any they are very minor.
November 26: A Purpose Strong And Bright and We’re Coming For Your Telecom Shares... were published in their entirety on this site.
[Some of the poems therein had already been published here]. Some explanatory blurb was also added to the HomePage.
Link to all the above from here.
November 29: My letter of complaint to the Metropolitan Police dated October 5, 2001, re DS Chainey, was published on this site together with some comment, and the reply of October 18, 2001 from Detective Superintendent David Douglas.
MAGNUS HIRSCHFELD: THE MAN WHO INVENTED “RACISM” And His Evil Legacy, by Alexander Baron, published by InƒoText Manuscripts, London, (November 2001). 21 pages.
A box of this seminal pamphlet was delivered by the postman November 28, 2001; a few E-mails and newsgroup postings advertising it were sent out in the small hours of November 29, so this may as well be classed as the publication date.
On the evening of December 7, a very minor correction was made to the text of the on-line version of the pamphlet Searchlight On A Searchliar on this site. This correction (a misattributed page number) has not been corrected in the hard copy, which in any case is now long out of print. [August 28, 2010].
On December 20, 2001 I received an E-mail from Ace Toscano, an Earthlink subscriber, who wrote:
I’d like permission to post your poem, On Billiards and Snooker, or a link to it on my webpage:
He went on: It’s a great poem and I’d like to use it in a poetry corner I’m thinking of adding to the site...maybe that should be poetry corner pocket.
Support me by accessing Amazon at these sites:
Thanks Ace; it’s people like you who make it all worthwhile.
December 21: The Alchemist was published on this site.
This poem was written in 1984 or 1985, probably the former.
December 21: The leaflet The Absurdity Of The National Debt was published on FinancialReform in JPG format at about 11pm.
December 26: Liars With Poor Memories And Journalists Who Don’t Care was published on SearchlightArchive in HTML format.
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