Arnold Leese’s Trial

Arnold Leese’s Trial
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REX versus LEESE

“Not for Us the Silence of Suppression.”

(H.M. the King, speaking at the opening of the New House of Commons, 26th October, 1950.)

WHAT THIS IS ALL ABOUT

This is an almost verbatim report of the trial at the Central Criminal Court (Old Bailey) on 12th December, 1950, known as REX versus LEESE in which a deliberate attempt to silence Arnold Leese’s anti-Jewish efforts was defeated, although it had the full force of His Majesty’s Government behind it. It is an outstanding victory for the patriotic anti-Jewish minority against the Jewish control of Democracy, and its importance can best be measured by the Loudness of the silence with which the Jew-controlled Press of London received the news of it. THE PEOPLE MUST NOT KNOW OF IT! To ensure that at least some people shall know of it, this pamphlet is now produced.

The prosecuting counsel was a half-alien Buddhist, a fitting representative of the Britain of today; the defendant conducted his own defence.

ARNOLD LEESE