Wednesday, 11 May 2016

Ford's Jewish Critique Was Largely Accurate

Even Freemasons Knew Better Than To Trust Jewish Ambitions.
Henry Ford (1863-1947) was the only wealthy American Gentile to challenge the hegemony of the
Masonic Jewish central banker.  In 1920, his Dearborn Independent began a series entitled: "The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem" which accused "the Jews" of conspiring to enslave Christianity and destroy the "Anglo-Saxon" way of life.  This became "the largest and most damaging campaign against Jews ever waged in the United States." When the first article appeared, the Dearborn Independent had a circulation of 72,000 per week. By 1922, the figure had increased to 300,000. In 1924, the Independent reached its peak with 700,000 subscribers. The largest daily newspaper in America at the time, the New York Daily News, had a circulation of only 50,000 more. By 1927 however, Ford succumbed to pressure and apologized to organized Jewry. He pretended the articles were not authorized by him and caused him enormous pain. This of course was not true but was accepted by Organized Jewry anyway. Unlike Ford, who was a Freemason, all other Freemasons -- virtually the whole Gentile establishment -- are traitors.  Thus, the whole issue of anti Semitism is a red herring designed to portray opposition to a satanic political program as bigotry and racial prejudice.  Ford contributed to this diversion by focusing on Jews in general instead of on the real perpetrators -- the Masonic Jewish bankers, Freemasonry and organized Jewry.

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