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You might find this interesting re: Oklahoma bombing. This is a quote from a book called 'Treason: The New World Order by Gurudas (aka Ronald Lee Garmin--that may still not be his real legal name) published August 1996. I have this first edition copy:
"The media constantly refers to the Turner Diaries as the inspiration for right
wing extremists to do the Oklahoma bombing. Yet the press ignores the fact that
Martin Keating, brother of Oklahoma's governor Frank Keating, wrote a novel
The Final Jihad in 1991, which much more accurately portrays the events of the
Oklahoma bombing. This book described a federal building in Oklahoma being
destroyed by someone named Tom McVay. The key suspect was stopped by an
alert Oklahoma Highway Patrol officer. What are the odds of this novel's plot be-
ing just a coincidence when compared to the actual events? While writing the
novel Frank Keating, then a senior official in the Justice Department, introduced
his brother to some FBI officials, including ex-FBI agent Oliver Revell, who
served as a consultant to provide ideas for the project.'"

If you go to Amazon for the book by Martin Keating the stated publication date is reported as June 1, 1996. Read the negative reviews and the comments to those. A couple have stated they had a 1994 edition of it. Gurudas, or whatever his real name is, states it came out in 1991. It appears at least that the manuscript, if not the book was in existence and possibly published before the Oklahoma Bombing.

Here is an interview apparently with the author Gurudas with Jeff Rense in Oct. 1996:

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Jews were able to form settlements in Europe only because they were given assistance by the Christian Church in the form of Papal decrees that approved their residence, as well as granting them freedom from efforts at conversion and protection against ‘maltreatment.’ Without a Christian theology that taught that Jews possessed a special role in the history of humankind, it is unlikely that Jews would have been able to settle in Europe in the manner they eventually did. (Some of the most influential treatises in this regard were formulated by Bernard of Clairvaux and Thomas Aquinas.) We may therefore consider the Christian settlement decrees to be the primary privilege that underlay the rise of the Jews in Western Europe in particular.

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