25 August, 2012

Book Quote

Posted by Socrates in book selections, books, Germany, Henry Ford, jewed culture, quotations about jews, Socrates, World War I at 1:07 pm | Permanent Link

“In other countries the Jew is permitted to mix more readily with the people, he can amass his control unchallenged; but in Germany the case was different. Therefore, the Jew hated the German people; therefore, the countries of the world which were most dominated by the Jews showed the greatest hatred of Germany during the recent regrettable war. Jewish hands were in almost exclusive control of the engines of publicity by which public opinion concerning the German people was molded. The sole winners of the war were Jews.”

— from the book “The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem,” by Henry Ford, Chapter 2, “Germany’s Reaction Against the Jew”

The entire book is [Here].

  • 3 Responses to “Book Quote”

    1. Tim McGreen Says:

      “The Kaiser thought the Jews were his friends. Only too late did he realize that it is impossible to trust them. The Jews prospered in Imperial Germany like nowhere else, yet they still weren’t satisfied. So they stabbed the Reich in the back, hoping to steal Palestine away from the Turks (who also befriended the Jews…big mistake!) in the process.

      “At the Versailles Conference the Jews crucified Germany as the instigators of the Great War, something that threw Germany into economic and political chaos for the next 13 years. Then the Jews complained when Hitler showed up and tried to straighten things out!

      “The Jews are comprised of every undesirable element cast off by other races. They are natural-born scavengers, predators and parasites who can never be placated. Whatever misfortunes the Jews have encountered have been the inevitable results of their own actions.”

      —TV game show host Pat Sajak

    2. Luke Says:

      I have some serious doubts as to whether this quote by Tim McGreen came from TV game show host Pat Sajak.

    3. Tim McGreen Says:

      Actually, the quote might have been from Peter Marshall.