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    Re: zio-persecuted Canadian Arthur Topham interview podcast

    interesting, often contentious 1 hour discussion with host KBarrett, and a joo guest who's sympathetic re Topham's railroading. Must listen via the player console inside: http://noliesradio.org/archives/107173



    Author-journalist Eric Walberg discusses ISIS, Paris attacks, Arthur Topham's trial, and Zionism's stranglehold on the West

    Broadcast here November 30th, 10-11:00 a.m. Central

    Eric Walberg, former al-Ahram journalist and author of excellent books on imperialism and resistance, isn't sure that the 9/11 truth movement is right. But in his new article "Topham, Zionist elders and their trial protocols," Eric is warming to certain perspectives associated with those pejoratively termed conspiracy theorists: "The trials and tribulations of Arthur Topham reveal details about the penchant of Zionists for conspiracy even in the minutest details."

    Eric says that the Zionists' zeal in prosecuting and persecuting people like Ernst Zundel and Arthur Topham has motivated him to do a bit of reading on the Nazi holocaust which has forced him to admit that at least some of the revisionists appear to be raising legitimate questions.

    Is Eric going to be smeared by the ADL? Will he be charged with hate crimes? Will the Crown try to ban his website, as they (unsuccessfully) tried to ban Arthur Topham's?

    Tune in and find out! And don't miss my argument with Eric, early in the show, about whether Paris, 9/11, the JFK assassination, Pearl Harbor, and so on are proven inside jobs.




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    Re: zio-persecuted Canadian Arthur Topham interview podcast

    Red Ice, 2+ hours, free Surprised Brandon Martinex wasn't part of it; he's posted a lot of Topham articles.

    Canadian Roundtable - The Trial of Arthur Topham & The Jewish Lobby in Canada
    February 10, 2016
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    Re: zio-persecuted Canadian Arthur Topham interview podcast

    jewishindependent.ca: A “slap on the wrist”
    March 24, 2017

    At a sentencing on March 13, Arthur Topham, the man convicted of deliberately promoting hatred against Jewish people on his now-defunct website radicalpress.com, was given a ban on public online activity and a six-month curfew.

    B.C. Supreme Court Judge Bruce Butler said Topham, 70, did “not call for violence; his views were political satire,” and said it was not Topham’s “intent to indirectly incite violence.”...

    On the racist, antisemitic website he founded and on which he posted vitriol until removing the site just prior to the sentencing, Topham wrote that Jews should be forcibly sterilized. He described Canada as being “controlled by the Zionist lobby” and Jewish places of worship as “synagogues of Satan.” He could have faced a sentence of up to two years in prison.

    Unrepentant, Topham told the Quesnel courthouse he felt it was his “duty to alert the … public to the imminent threat …. [of] the Jewish lobby.”...

    B’nai Brith Canada, which had alerted the RCMP to Topham’s activities back in 2007, said it was “strongly disappointed” with the sentencing. In a statement, chief executive officer Michael Mostyn described the sentence as “a mere slap on the wrist...

    Harry Abrams, who was the representative for the B’nai Brith Canada’s League for Human Rights in 2007, when he was first to raise the alarm about Topham’s antisemitic writing, described the sentencing as “a rope around [Topham’s] balls.”

    “Somewhere in all this, the judge took pity on an old man with a sick wife..."

    Ryan Bellerose, advocacy coordinator for B’nai Brith Canada’s League of Human Rights for Western Canada, described the sentence as “a little ridiculous.”

    “He was convicted of hate speech and he’s got a curfew? This almost sends a message that you can pick on Jews and it’s totally OK, you won’t have an existential payment for it,” he said.


    CBC.ca: B.C. man faces strict conditions after breaching sentence for anti-Semitic hate crimes

    Nov 23, 2020

    A B.C. man convicted of an online hate crime is facing strict new rules on his public expression after breaching his sentencing conditions...

    For the next three years, Topham is forbidden from publishing or printing publicly any reference to or information about the Talmud, Zionism, Israel, and the Jewish religion, ethnicity or people.

    Topham is also forbidden from publicly posting the names of people he knows to be of Jewish origin.

    According to court documents, he will still be allowed to publicly name his wife and her family, but not to mention their ethnicity or origin. During his original trial, Topham told the court his wife is Jewish.

    In addition to the terms of his three-year probation, Topham will serve a 30-day conditional sentence, with a nightly curfew and a requirement to remain in B.C. He's also prohibited from having weapons, liquor, or alcohol.

    "Justice has been served," said Ran Ukashi, National Director with B'nai Brith, a Jewish advocacy group that's been closely following the case...

    At his original trial in 2015, Topham's lawyer argued the posts were political satire, did not incite violence, and included materials that could easily be ordered on Amazon.
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