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Background to Treason: Part IV

Background to Treason A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East Part 4: Teaching Americans to Hate & Kill the Jews’ Enemies [1] From National Vanguard Issue No. 96 (August, 1983) By Dr. William Pierce Americans who did not actually live through the Second World War cannot imagine the pervasive atmosphere of hatred against Germans which the Jews managed to generate with their war propaganda. It began in 1933 — more than eight years before Pearl Harbor — with the aim of preparing the American people emotionally to wage war against Germany; it gained venom during the war years, inciting Americans to spare nothing in their effort to kill Germans; and it continued after the war, . . .

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Background to Treason, Part II

Background to Treason, Part II A Brief History of U.S. Policy in the Middle East, Part 2: From the Balfour Declaration to the Roosevelt Era [1] by Dr. William L. Pierce Jewish immigration, nearly all of it from Eastern Europe, swelled the number of Jews in the United States by a factor of 10 in the four decades between 1890 and 1930, establishing a power base for the realization of Zionist schemes. In some years during this period more than half of all the immigrants to the United States were Jews, as are these men and a woman being checked by medical examiners at New York’s Ellis Island entry station. . . .

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