In his writings, Jones takes pains to clarify that his views on Jews are not based on racial theories, and that he is “anti-Jewish” but not “anti-Semitic”. Nevertheless, he courts individuals on the extremist fringe of American society whose racism, anti-Semitism, and xenophobia is unmistakable. Jones' book The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit cites such bigoted sources as Holocaust denier Michael A. Hoffman II and anti-Semitic ideologue Professor Kevin MacDonald. To market The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit, Jones has also sought the support of extremist, conspiracy-theorist radio and television hosts such as Hesham Tillawi, Henry Makow, and Peter Schaenk. Alex Linder featured the book on his virulently racist, homophobic, and anti-Semitic internet radio program Radio Istina. The radio program is broadcast on Linder's Vanguard News Network, a white supremacist website whose slogan is “No Jews. Just Right.” Jones has also formed working relationship with the far-left anti-Semitic writer Israel Shamir, a Russian-born Jewish convert to Christianity. Jones' extremist associations, and the support he enjoys among the radical fringe, underscore his hateful message.
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