Walter Veith has received a lot of attention regarding comments made in a presentation he gave Oct. 20 in Nurnburg, Germany, at the Marienberg Seventh-day Adventist Church. The original presentation was given in German, but we're posting the English version for everyone to watch for themselves. So we invite you to watch the presentation for yourself and judge whether or not his comments were antisemitic. We've also included EANN's article disputing some of Veith's statements below the video.
Veith's dangerous game with the Jewish question--a disturbing fact-check
Walter Veith has done for years with his interpretation of the world a name. His presentations on DVDs and Internet video as widespread. He sees the world in a "war of ideologies". For centuries, the Pope fighting as the biblical Antichrist true Christians. For this, the Jesuits developed profound strategies. The Masons spread the insidious ideology all over the world. Political, business, church and society are penetrated by the Jesuit-Masonic conspiracy. Your goal is to confuse the "biblical ideology" of the true, other Christians.
Veith shares with many other conspiracy theorists, the same enemy: Jesuits, Freemasons, Illuminati. But a group that is at most other No. 1 on the list of dangerous enemies found at Veith been little attention: the Jews.
But that's different now. His latest series of lectures called "storm from the north." The private Missions "Amazing discoveries" recorded lectures onto a Nuremberg community center and transferred it live on the Internet. Later they will be sold as DVDs. In a lecture ("The King of the North, 2"), held on 20 October 2012, Veith is devoted extensively to the Jewish people. He drew extensively from the murky waters of Anti-Semitism. According to the organizer the Internet broadcast to over 700 units is viewed. (Read more)
This article was translated with Google Translator.