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Daryl Bradford Smith

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Daryl Bradford Smith

Daryl Bradford Smith (born c. 1955) is an American alternative media personality, known for his radio show The French Connection and the website I am the Witness, created in 2005. This projects are anti-Zionist , describing itself as dedicated to Zionism Research and Fighting Criminal Zionism. It promotes the works of Jewish dissidents such as Benjamin Freedman and his theory that Ashkenazis are in fact Khazars, Turko-Mongol converts. Smith has roots in New England but currently lives in France; hence the name of his radio show.

History

Smith's radio show The French Connection first featured on the Republic Broadcasting Network in January 2005 and after a few months moved to the Genesis Communications Network associated with Alex Jones. Smith had a show on the network for some time and set up his own website IamtheWitness.com in June 2005. Many of Smith's shows talked about Zionism, paedophilia within the establishment and political blackmail; as a result, as of 6 February 2006, he show was dropped from GCN for causing "too many problems."

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