Feb. 28, 2013
Hadding Scott and Carolyn Yeager complete the reading of Chapter 31: “The Jewish Aspect of the ‘Movie’ Problem.”
One way Jews defend their control of the motion picture industry is by invoking the need to prevent ridicule or lampoonery of Jews, to which they are highly “sensitive.” That is also why they organized the B’nai B’rith and the Anti-Defamation League. At the same time, they regard any public expression of Christianity as being derogatory to their religion. TIJ points out again that the American mind is Anglo-Saxon, not sensual enough for the “Oriental” Jewish mind. It concludes that the problem is racial (using the word four times in a short space); thus not a problem of morals, but of management. [In other words, need to remove the Jews.]
They then read Chapter 32: Jewish Supremacy in the Motion Picture World.
Jews did not invent motion photography, contributed next to nothing to its technical improvement; nor did they produce any of the great artists, writers or actors of that time – yet took all the benefit of it, as usurpers. Some of the major players are shown above, along with their place of birth, left to right: Adolph Zukor, b. Hungary, founder of Paramount; Carl Laemmle b. Germany, Universal Studios; Louis B. Mayer b. Russia, MGM; William Fox b. Hungary, 20th Century Fox, and Harry Cohn b. NYCity, Columbia Pictures. Other names were Selznick, Selwyn, Goldwyn, Lasky, Selig and Loew. Movie propaganda consists of silence about the Jew unless he is presented in exceptionally favorable circumstances. [This chapter will continue next week, along with Chapter 33.]