Just In Time For Tax Season: WWII: The ‘Let’s-Start-Taxing-All-the-Gentiles’ War
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As if World War II wasn’t bad enough for White people, there’s yet another bad side to it: the income-tax side. Suddenly, White people who never had to pay taxes before were taxed . And it gets worse. The Jewish-led Roosevelt administration taxed wealthy gentiles badly during the 1930s/1940s: more than half their annual incomes were taken by the government as tax – that’s amazing. Those high taxes on the wealthy continued well into the 1950s. Many wealthy gentile families never recovered the wealth that they lost. That meant less competition for the Jews. (The Jews were, of course, taxed like everyone else, but the high taxes were less of a burden to them for several reasons, one of which was: Jews have a natural talent for money-making [not earning, just making]. They can make more money by accident than gentiles can make on purpose).
 “That meant that from 1940 to 1942, the number of Americans paying income taxes jumped almost tenfold, from 4 million to 39 million” [Here]