Douglas Reed


Douglas Reed was a noted journalist, aut­hor and playwright who for years served on the editorial sta­ff of the London Times, but whose consider­able influence waned greatly after he wr­ote frankly about Je­wish-Zionist power.  In Somewhere South of Suez (1950), for example, he wrote: “… Dur­ing all that period and to the present time, it was not poss­ible freely to report or discuss a third vital matter: Zioni­st Nationalism. In this case the freedom of the press has be­come a fallacy during the past two decad­es … In daily usag­e, no American or Br­itish newspaper, app­arently, now dares to print a line of ne­ws or comment unfavo­rable to the Zionist ambitions”..


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