Sunday, August 24, 2014

Has been said

HENRY WALLACE, Secretary of Commerce, under President Harry
Truman, wrote in his diary that in 1946 Truman was "exasperated" over
Jewish pressure that he support Zionist rule over Palestine. Wallace added,
"Pres. Truman expressed himself as being very much 'put out' with the
Jews. He said that 'Jesus Christ couldn't please them when he was here on
earth, so how coud anyone expect that I would have any luck?' Pros.
Truman said he had no use for them and didn't care what happened to
them."-writer: Why are the Jews hated? It is the inevitable result of their laws;
they either have to conquer everybody or be hated by the whole human
The Jewish nation dares to display an irreconcilable hatred toward all
nations, and revolts against all masters; always superstitious, always
greedy for the well-being enjoyed by others, always barbarous--cringing in
misfortune and insolent in prosperity. (Essai sur les moeurs)
You seem to me to be the maddest of the lot. The Kaffirs, the Hottentots,
and the Negroes of Guinea are much more reasonable and more honest
people than your ancestors, the Jews. You have surpassed all nations in
impertinent fables, in bad conduct and in barbarism. You deserve to be
punished, for this is your destiny. (From a letter to a Jew who had written
to him, complaining of his 'anti-Semitism.' Examen des quelques
objections. . . dans l'Essai sur les moeurs.) You will only find in the Jews
an ignorant and barbarous people, who for a long time have joined the
most sordid avarice to the most detestabJe superstition and to the most
invincible hatred of all peoples which tolerate and enrich them. ("Juif,"
Dictionnaire Philosophique)
I know that there are some Jews in the English colonies. These marranos
go wherever there is money to be made But whether these circumcised
who sell old clothes claim that they are of the tribe of Naphtali or Issachar
is not of the slightest importance. They are, simply, the biggest scoundrels
who have ever dirtied the face of the earth. (Letter to Jean-Baptiste
Nicolas de Lisle de Sales, December 15, 1773. Correspondance. 86:166)
They are, all of them, born with raging fanaticism in their hearts, just as
the Bretons and the Germans are born with blond hair. I would not be in
the least bit surprised if these people would not some day become deadly
to the human race. (Lettres de Memmjus a Ciceron, 1771)

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