April 9, 2010 Leave a comment
April 9, 2010 Leave a comment
WILL NEWMAN, who holds a B.A. in Religion, attended Jewish synagogue, and has relatives involved in Talmudism, Cabala, B’nai Brith and Masonry.
In 1976, Walter White, Jr., “a concerned patriot,” conducted an interview with a young Jew named Harold Rosenthal who was the assistant to Sen. Javits of New York. Read more of this post
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