10 October, 2021

A Look Back At the New Deal

Posted by Socrates in jewed culture, jewed foreign policy, jewed politics, New Deal, Roosevelt, Roosevelt's Jewish cabal at 3:05 pm | Permanent Link

(F.D. Roosevelt’s “New Deal” was known as the “Jew Deal” because, of course, his cabinet was full of Jews. Indeed, his close adviser and speechwriter, a Jew named Samuel Rosenman [1][2], is the guy who coined the term “New Deal”).

“A Red New Deal with a Soviet seal
Endorsed by a Moscow hand,
The strange result of an alien cult
In a liberty loving land.”

— source unknown.

“I’m so tired – Oh so tired – of the whole New Deal;
Of the juggler’s smile; the barker’s spiel.
Tired of taxes on my ham and eggs;
Tired of payoffs to political yeggs.
I’m tired of farmer’s goose-stepping to laws;
Of millions of itching job-holder’s paws;
Of Fireside Talks over commandeered mikes;
Of passing more laws to stimulate strikes.

I’m tired of the hourly-increasling debt;
I’m tired of promises still to be met;
Of eating and sleeping by Government plan;
Of calmly forgetting the Forgotten Man.
I’m tired of every new brain-trust thought;
Of the ship of state – now a pleasure yacht.
I’m tired of cheating the courts by stealth;
And terribly tired of sharing my wealth.
I’m tired and bored with the whole New Deal;
With its juggler’s smile and barker’s spiel.”

— source unknown.

[1] “Recalled from his diplomatic mission in London to impose an American style war crimes policy by the unexpected death of President Roosevelt, Sam Rosenman continued refining blueprints for what became the Nuremberg Charter in a series of informal negotiations at the UN San Francisco Conference.”

[2] “…there were few matters in which Mr. Rosenman was not consulted” by president Roosevelt (from Rosenman’s obituary, New York Times, June 25, 1973)

  • One Response to “A Look Back At the New Deal”

    1. Alles Klaar Says:

      “I do not believe in communism any more than you do, but there is nothing wrong with the communists in this country. Several of the best friends I have are Communists.”

      Franklin D. Roosevelt
      (1882-1945), 32nd US President
      The New York Times, May 6th, 1933