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Dreyfus: big lies and big sticks

Why we cannot forget Dreyfus. It was the end of the nineteenth century and his exoneration in 1906 coincided with the birth of modernism. The double agents, perfidious generals, conniving politicians and anti-Semites posing as patriots have remained on the … Continue reading

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dreyfus: delusions on Secret Judah

Manifestations of public delirium. A delusive dread of subversion turning into mass paranoia. An invisible enemy and a demonic skill in manipulating the channels of communication. The ghosts of the Dreyfus Affair are still with us, its residue a festering … Continue reading

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