"Are you not in error because you do not know the Scriptures or the power of God?" - Mark 12:4
The following was gleaned from various sources on the Internet - You might like to check him out before accepting his views, as many do.
Aaargh! publishes a newsletter called The Revisionist Clarion every now and then. Now, what is a Stephen Sizer article doing in the November 2004 edition? Did he contribute it to them? Did they use it without his permission? Or is Rev Sizer fully aware that neo-Nazis and Holocaust deniers are using his work? Did he offer the article to Aaargh! or did Aaargh! approach Rev Sizer?
Aaargh! a Holocaust revisionist site that claims Ann Frank’s diary was a hoax, has a special section devoted to Rev. Stephen Sizer saying, “The rev. Stephen Sizer has done an immense service to mankind, and to the peoples of the Middle East in particular, in analyzing what is called, in the US, "Christian Zionism", a purely American phenomenon, with a direct impact on the genocide practised in Palestine by the Israeli authorities.”
Jewish Tribal Review , a rabidly anti-Semitic site which features Jew Watch and various Holocaust denial sites, linked admiringly to Sizer’s site.
Christian Party an anti-Semitic White Supremacist site also quoted Sizer with admiration. They also quote from Henry Ford’s “The International Jew” and have articles with titles like “How Jews Looted American Banks” and “The Not So Hidden Agenda of the Jew”, plus the inevitable piece on the Talmud and a separate section on what they call the ‘Holohoax’.
Israel Shamir, (alias Schmerlin, Robert David, Vassili Krasevsky and Jöran Jermas), so anti-Semitic that even Palestinians objected, also advertises a book by Sizer, and includes his site among a list of links.
As I have said before, I suppose Sizer didn’t ask to be included in these rabidly anti-Semitic and White Supremacist sites, but perhaps he might ask himself why they like him so much. After all, he likes us to think that he is not anti-Semitic, merely anti-Zionist.
Dale Crowley was cited by Reverend Stephen Sizer during a talk show for Press TV, in an interview with Alan Hart .
Dale Crowley’s anti-Israel radio talk show ( Crowley’s Spotlight on Israel, with a nod and a wink to the fascist magazine Spotlight) was recently taken off the air, as it was considered hateful. Crowley is well-respected in the Christian Identity movement, a racist and anti-Semitic Christian cult popular in the USA. Crowley participated in the Barnes Review conference, at which participants denied that Holocaust took place.
Following the recent controversy surrounding Richard Williamson, Christian denominations may also wish to reconsider their opinions about Rev Stephen Sizer.
It is strange how people holding leftist (anti-Israel and anti-Semitic) political views end up allied to those holding extreme right wing views.
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