Margaret Huffstickler is Carolyn's guest. She gives us a detailed examination of new information coming forth about the guilt of Alfred Dreyfus, the Jew in the center of the French fiasco known as "The Dreyfus Affair" that lasted from 1894 to 1906. Dreyfus was found guilty of treason, but later exonerated because of the untiring, combined efforts of united Jewry using every kind of criminal means at their disposal.
The Dreyfus Affair, which launched the Ligue des Droits de'lHomme, has strong similarities with the Leo Frank case in Georgia, USA only a few years later (which launched the ADL), and also to the Auschwitz hoax because of the intricacies and confusing twists and turns which the average person finds too hard or too boring to follow. But it is a necessary lesson in the nature of the beast that we face.