July 10, 2006
"One fears everywhere the competition of the expelled 'brainy' Jews. We are even more burdened by our strength than by our weakness."
New letters from the "wild-haired Jewish-German scientist, renowned for his theory of relativity," Albert Einstein. Despite the material that relates to the Holocaust, like the quote I pulled for this post title, the press highlights his sexual misdeeds: "Out of all the dames, I am in fact attached only to Mrs. L., who is absolutely harmless and decent."