Thursday, August 16, 2007
Yes...you read that correctly. Former Senator Mike Gravel of Alaska, now running for the Democratic nomination for the presidency, addressed a 2003 conference of the Holocaust denying "Barnes Review". A photograph of Gravel at the podium is currently posted at the website of the Adelaide Institute, a notorious anti-Semitic group based in Australia. The subject of his address was the oppressive influence of America's "power elites".
Fellow participants in the conference included fugitive from justice Christopher Bollyn, anti-Semitic conspiracy nut Eustace Mullins, Liberty Lobby founder Willis Carto, Adelaide Institute founder Fredrick Töben, Christian Identity preacher Dale Crowley and Hutton Gibson, Mel Gibson's father and campaigner against a Jewish Masonic conspiracy to control the Vatican.
View a cached version of the Adelaide Institute webpage with details and photos of the conference here...
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