by Alex Linder
13 November 2004
In going over mail and people questioning whether the section from the ADL Report we published report is real or forgery, I realized I did not know precisely what constituted a forgery. From dictionary.com:
Main Entry: forg-ery
Inflected Form: plural -er-ies
1 : the act of falsely making, altering, or imitating (as a document or signature) with intent to defraud; also : the crime of committing such an act
2 : something that is forged
Now I don't want play lawyerball here, but I do not find that this answers the question, because it does not indicate whether it matters that the document being copied or imitated or forged exists. If the document does not exist, how can it be imitated? A style can be imitated, but not a nonexistent document. You can forge something that exists, it is clear, but how can you forge something that does not exist? You can forge a twenty-dollar bill, for example, but you cannot forge a three-dollar bill. Can you?
I hit an epiphany here, no, not that Jeboo really did come back, requiring me to hit the road as Palex, or perhaps Plex, the formerly perplexed, but that: the important thing is not whether the document being forged exists, it is the UNIVERSAL, tacit, dare I say, felt agreement that the REAL document's existence is immaterial, since the ideas it would contain if it did exist are universally held to be held by the body in question. Another way of putting it is that if you believe something is forged, then you believe there's an original - at least in someone's head. And when it comes to the ADL and its policies, not a single person who wrote us expressed any doubt that the ADL intends White genocide. Think that over...
Not a single person doubted that there exists an ADL document geared to the implementation of a plan to annihilate the Aryan race.
We need to do something about the ADL that we all believe intends to do us in.