The Unz Review Digest - February 7, 2020
The continuing story of the Coronavirus still captured our most top spots this last week, with Godfree Roberts’ early piece getting a strong second-wind and easily retaining first place and Whitney Webb’s lengthy analysis holding second. The latter in particular noted the considerable evidence that American research labs had engaged in bioweapons development over the decades and some of the suspicions that the deadly virus outbreak might not be entirely disconnected from this terrifying possibility.
Third place was held by C.J. Hopkins discussion of the Trump reelection campaign, noting that the huge problems of the various competing Democratic candidates suggests that Trump might have an unexpectedly easily time getting reelected, with is bitter enemies beginning to hope for some other means of removing him from office.
Our fourth most popular featured article was another hold-over from the previous week, namely my own extremely lengthy analysis of the history of the Israeli Mossad, and the strong evidence that it had been heavily involved in some of the most famous attacks on American soil, namely the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and the 9/11 Terrorist Attacks against New York City and the Pentagon, with the heated discussion thread now rapidly approaching 100,000 words.
Fifth place was held by a Vladislav Krasnov’s extended discussion of the recent controversial claims by New York Times columnist Bret Stephens regarding “Jewish Genius,” and the historical evidence of Jewish activities in Russia in this regard.
Finally, rounding out our most popular featured articles was Robert Hampton’s focus on the so-called “1619 Project” of the New York Times, claiming that the importation of black slaves represented the central fact of America’s founding, a thesis strongly rebutted by many mainstream and liberal academic historians.