The Controversy of Zion – Douglas Reed’s masterpiece

Douglas Reeds “The Controversy of Zion” now on the internet! 
Commensing in 1951, as Britains foremost World War II correspondent, he spent more than three years writing “The Controversy of Zion” – all 300.000 words of it. He completed the epilogue in 1956. (This is a big post, may take a while to load)

 

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The First Holocaust – Jewish Fund Raising Campaigns with Holocaust Claims During and After World War One, by Don Heddesheimer.

The First Holocaust – Jewish Fund Raising Campaigns with Holocaust Claims During and After World War One, by Don Heddesheimer. You don’t even have to read the book, just look at those photo copies from the jewish press.

Der Erste Holocaust – in german

The book in german

Pdf in german

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RED MAFIYA – HOW THE JEW mafia invaded America

RED MAFIYA – HOW THE RUSSIAN MOB HAS INVADED AMERICA

BY ROBERT I. FRIEDMAN

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Benjamin Ginsberg, The Fatal Embrace: Jews and the State. Ginsberg, a prominent Jewish intellectual, is Professor of Political Science at John Hopkins University – Click Here ➠ ➠ ➠


{Jews in Communist regimesp. 30, then p. 53}

{p. 1} Since the 1960s, Jews have come to wield considerable influence in American economic, cultural, intellectual, and political life. Jews played a central role in American finance during the 1980s, and they were among the chief beneficiaries of that decade’s corporate mergers and reorganizations. Today, though barely 2% of the nation’s population is Jewish, close to half its billionaires are Jews. The chief executive officers of the three major television networks, and the four largest film studios are Jews, as are the owners of the nation’s largest newspaper chain and most influential single newspaper, the New York Times. In the late 1960s, Jews already constituted 20% of the faculty of elite universities and 40% of the professors of elite law schools; today, these percentages doubtless are higher.

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