15 September, 2019

An Important Quote About the Jews

Posted by Socrates in 'anti-Semitism', America, Billy Graham, jewed culture, Jewish power, Nixon, Socrates at 12:33 pm | Permanent Link

“America’s pastor” Reverend Billy Graham’s 1972 comment to U.S. President Richard Nixon about Jews, when Graham didn’t even know he was being audiotaped, is important. Given Graham’s spotless personal reputation, the comment is significant and revealing.

A conversation between Nixon and Graham, in the Oval Office, at the White House, Feb. 10, 1972:

Graham, talking about Jewish power in America: “This stranglehold has got to be broken or the country’s going down the drain.”

Nixon: “You believe that?”

Graham: “Yes, sir.”

Nixon: “Oh, boy. So do I. I can’t ever say that but I believe it.” (Wait a second: Nixon was the most powerful man on earth in 1972, but he couldn’t say that? Why not? Says who? Very revealing!).

Graham: “No, but if you get elected a second time, then we might be able to do something.”

Graham later issued a written public apology for his truth-telling — but why apologize for telling the truth?

  • 3 Responses to “An Important Quote About the Jews”

    1. Wes Says:

      “but why apologize for telling the truth”

      Because Graham was an oily weasel.

    2. Noble White Says:

      So now we know the real reason for the Watergate break-in. It affected and ended Nixon’s 2nd term. So Nixon wouldn’t have been able to address America’s kosherness.

      It’s amazing how this stuff just happens by mere cohencidence, isn’t it?

    3. Wes Says:

      Pure cohencidence, goy.