Bill Weinberg

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Bill Weinberg.

William J. Weinberg (born 1941), better known as Bill Weinberg, is a ethnocentric Ashkenazi Jew from the United States, associated with World War 4 Report. An anarcho-communist born in New York, Weinberg masks his propaganda as "focusing on the struggles of indigenous peoples" but derides indigenous Europeans opposed to demographic genocide as "xenophobes" and "fascists." Weinberg inserts Judeo-centric memes into political discourses on Latin America and the Middle East while claiming to be pro-Islam.

Weinberg produces a weekly late-night radio show on WBAI in New York, called the Moorish Orthodox Radio Crusade, which was founded in 1988 by anarcho-communist ideologue Hakim Bey (aka Peter Lambourn Wilson). Weinberg has also attempted to infiltrate the ecology movement. His propaganda has also features in The Nation, AlterNet, New America Media, Newsday and The Village Voice. Weinberg is a strong critic of 9/11 truth and the actual alternative media in general, because too many of the themes implicate Jewish criminals. He does not want people to talk about the Rothschild family and has laughably described New Age activist David Icke as a "real, live neo-Nazi."

Works

  • War On the Land: Ecology and Politics in Central America (1991)
  • Homage to Chiapas: The New Indigenous Struggles in Mexico (2002)

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