“ONE, to serve as an online warning to the general media about the true nature and activities of the so-called “anti-fascist” Searchlight Magazine, and its publisher, Gerry Gable; and
TWO, to keep a public record of the outrageous lies, exaggerations and distortions which Gable and his magazine produce.
The general media, for reasons best known to themselves, continues to look up to Gable and Searchlight magazine as some sort of “fountain of truth” when it comes to nationalist politics in Britain.
Why this should be so, is baffling – given the long list of lies and distortions which is Gable’s track record, and which has, quite literally, cost institutions such as the BBC millions of pounds in damages.
Gable has also been sued in person, successfully, on a number of occasions. The details of these, and other incidents, have been compiled into this web site.”
“Gerry Gable is the official publisher of Searchlight Magazine. While pretending to be an “objective journalist watchdog” Gable is in fact, a hard-line Communist who has, contrary to party orders, specialised in his own form of Zionism, causing a not inconsiderable number of his erstwhile extreme leftist colleagues to either disavow or disown him completely, accusing Gable and his cronies of being state agents.”
Harry Bidney was manager of the Limbo Club in Soho , which should have been warning enough. He was also involved with the Zionist terror outfit, ‘The 62 Group’ who were supporters of the terrorist Beginite Herut organisation in Israel .
“Gable met Bidney when both were involved with the ’62 Group.
After his death, Bidney was described by Gable in Searchlight’s pages as a “hero“.
So who was this hero to who Gable looks up as a role model?
In 1977 Bidney was found guilty of eight charges of living off the earnings of prostitutes.
In court, Bidney was described as the company secretary of Calderhead Investments, which was headed by David Calderhead, who was jailed for, on his own admission, attempting to procure a 16-year-old boy to commit an act of gross indecency with the predatory homosexual Harry Bidney.
In the March 1997 edition of Searchlight Gerry Gable wrote of his joy at having a 60th birthday surprise party sprung on him by his fellow Searchlight comrades.
He listed pimp Harry Bidney as one of just eight “old and dear friends” that had “passed on”. But “The evening did not pass without fond memories of you all”.”