"The International Jew" Study Hour - Episode 44

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-04-25 17:08

April 25, 2013

"Jewish Reaction to the Guilt of Leo Frank," a special program on the 100th anniversary of the rape/murder of 13-year-old Mary Phagan (pictured right) on April 26, 1913 in Atlanta, Ga.

Hadding Scott and Carolyn Yeager put the emphasis on the Jewish agenda to “overturn the verdict” against Leo Frank in the minds of Americans and people everywhere, and explain how Jewry goes about it. From regular appeals for Leo Frank in the Jewish New York Times; to circulating false stories that the jurors were influenced by mobs outside the courthouse shouting “Hang the Jew”, and were even personally threatened; to bringing up “new testimony 69 years later from the only surviving witness at the trial (Alonzo Mann); to gaining a meaningless Pardon that does not exonerate Frank, but is only a sort of apology for not protecting him in prison; to creating a musical and a television docu-drama about Frank’s innocence — Jewry goes all out in their effort to change the perception toward this pedophile-murderer to that of innocent victim of antisemitism. And they pretty much succeed! But here is a song for Mary by Fiddlin' John Carson, compliments of Hadding.

The ADL (Anti-Defamation League) also formed in that year to declare Frank’s innocence and continues its work to cover up or minimize all crimes by Jews by labeling any accusations “antisemitism.”


4 Responses

  1. JoshuaF

    April 26, 2013 at 4:12 pm

    Very nice and timely program as usual!
    What keeps coming up is the fact that the Jew cannot or will not see that it is their very own behaviour that causes antisemitism. If you criticise Jewish behaviour you are an antisemite and that is because you are “racist” not because you have a natural revulsion against all the abuses perpetrated by Jews. This Leo Frank-Mary Phagan story is a classic example. If you are antisemitic there is something wrong with you not the other way round. As is shown in the followng video, they are obviously worried about the rising tide of antisemitism although they are satisfied the lid has been firmly clamped on antisemitism in Germany. They are very afraid of the internet and and have a huge desire to muzzle it.

  1.  Hadding

    April 27, 2013 at 8:20 pm

    An article by Edward Marshall (author of Story of the Rough Riders) in the New York Times of 15 March 1914 says that one witness named Kendley “was shown to be a Jew-hater” and had said that the authorities “ought to hang the Jew” whether he was guilty or not.

    Obviously this was brought to light because the fact compromised his credibility as a witness. Marshall’s wording conveys that “Hang the Jew” was not being said openly during the trial but was only known to have been said privately by one witness. This is far from the atmosphere that Frank’s apologists like to portray.

    By the time of the trial, Marshall says, it had become common to refer to Frank as “the damned Jew,” (which a juror named Henslee “was shown by affidavits in the application for a new trial” had said) but Marshall argues that this was merely a convenient epithet used by “thoughtless people” and did not indicate any particular bias against Frank as a Jew.

    Even though the article (perhaps heavily altered by an editor?)purports that Frank was being railroaded, Marshall says exactly what Governor Nathaniel Harris later told the New York Times, that some anti-Jewish feeling had developed in Georgia as a result of the trial.

  1. Carolyn

    April 27, 2013 at 9:19 pm

    Correction on something I wrongly said: Georgia Governor Slayton communted the sentence from death penalty to life imprisonment for Leo Frank ONE DAY before his hanging was to take place. He did NOT do it ONE DAY before he left office. I got the two things confused on the program and offer my apologies for that, since I did make a rather big deal of it!

  1. fnn

    April 29, 2013 at 3:05 pm

    For those who want even more evidence, a long article with numerous links at the end: