"The International Jew" Study Hour - Episode 58

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-08-01 16:35

August 1, 2013

Hadding Scott and Carolyn Yeager read and comment on Chapter 53, “How Jews Ruled and Ruined Tammany Hall.”

What became Tammany Hall began in 1786 as a political discussion society, eventually becoming the Democratic Party political machine of New York City and State. It was synonymous with boss rule and corruption, inspiring bristling headlines and political cartoons such as the one pictured here in which Boss Tweed says, “As long as I count the Votes, what are you going to do about it? say?”  Some highlights:

  • Originally in the hands of the Irish, it was taken over by the Jews;
  • When that happened, Tammany became more of a front for the more powerful New York Kehillah;
  • First Jewish member of Tammany was August Belmont, U.S. representative of the Rothschild interests, who eventually became the Grand Sachem (head man);
  • Jews, as always, were strong in both Democrat and Republican parties, and  selected candidates they could discredit if he failed to carry out the desired objectives;
  • The great 1884 influx of Jewish immigrants into New York was the beginning of the degeneration of Tammany Hall;
  • Crime increased, neighborhoods were destroyed, and depravity even to the depths of white slavery was taking place.

Note: We are using the Noontide Press publication of The International Jew — The World’s Foremost Problem which can be found online here as a pdf file.


3 Responses

  1. Eddie B

    August 3, 2013 at 1:21 am

    Fo all of you unaware, before listening to this broadcast, now you know the connection between the Irish and the “Talmudic” satanic JEWS in American politics, today, and all through out the 20th Century.

  1. brucewhain

    August 7, 2013 at 1:08 am

    Surprising they say Tamany Hall didn’t go bad till 1884, not to minimize anything that happened after that. Boss Tweed was responsible for forcing the Roeblings, or maybe just the son by that time, to use inferior wire in construction of the Brooklyn Bridge, which was finished in 1884. Believe there was some delay from having to re-weave some cables. There’s a fairly famous news drawing of one of the main cables snapping. It killed at least one. Seems to me Tweed was mayor at the time, though Wikiganda doesn’t mention this. (I could be wrong about that.) Tweed was obviously at least part Jew, you can tell from the photos. From what I know I like Smith. How would it have been if he had been president instead of Roosevelt?

  1. Carolyn

    August 8, 2013 at 12:37 am

    bruce – I think what they said was that Tammany Hall was not “seen” as the evil force it had been once it came under control of the Jews – the press, which had once criticized it so often, now stopped doing so. As bad as it was under the Irish, it was even worse under the Jews but was less talked about. More on this is explained in the next chapter.

    I don’t think Tweed looks Jewish in his photographs; in some of the political cartoons, yes.

    Smith would have to have been better than Roosie.

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