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October 11, 1999
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Some 60 people in Toronto protested a speech by a British author known for his belief in conspiracy theories and for his anti-Semitism. David Icke, a former BBC sports announcer and one-time member of the British Green Party, substituted words such as “freemasons” and “reptilian race” in place of “Jew” when he spoke Oct. 6 at the University of Toronto, according to a Jewish leader.

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