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The Essence of Judaism

by Dr. William L. Pierce THE JEWISH PROBLEM is as old as the Jewish race. Over three thousand years ago the Jews were formed as a racial and national community in Egypt. There the former slave Joseph had parlayed his talents for necromancy and grain-speculation into a virtual dictatorship at the side of the Pharaoh. “As for the people, he reduced them to serfdom from one end of the land to the other” (Genesis 47:21). Then Joseph threw open Egypt to his Jewish brethren: “You shall feed on the fat of the land” and “the best that the land of Egypt offers is yours” (Genesis 45:18, 20). When a more national-minded Pharaoh turned the tables on the Jews they were . . .

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The Jewish Problem

This anti-Jewish-immigration cartoon from Life magazine, October 5, 1911, gives a striking reminder of how the media have changed after falling under Jewish control. The caption reads “These pills make me grow, mother, but the more I take the worse I feel.” by Dr. William L. Pierce FOR THE LAST three decades there has been, in this land of free speech and a free press, an almost universally observed taboo on one topic of overwhelming importance: the Jewish question. Until about the last year or two, in fact, it was hardly permissible to even hint at the existence of such an issue, much less to discuss it openly. Now the subject has been broached, not by our own people — for . . .

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