"The International Jew" Study Hour - Episode 66

Published by carolyn on Thu, 2013-09-26 08:47
 
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Sept. 26, 2013

Carolyn Yeager and Hadding Scott read and comment on Chapter 61, “Jewish Power and America's Money Famine.”

Jews were at the heart of every problem that disturbed the world in 1921, from immigration, to politics, to diplomacy, to immoral movies and illicit liquor. But the Depression of 1920-21 also saw the squeezing of the regional Fed banks in the South and Midwest of assets that ended up in New York speculative banks. Those NY banks could borrow at 6% and loan as high as 20 to 30%.  Some other points:

  • White nations were already not allowed to see each other except through Jewish eyes and Jewish representatives;
  • The White nations are not fatherlands to the international bankers, but customers to be milked;
  • “The U.S. has more gold than any other country in the world” went the claim, but no one had seen it — it was held in the New York Jewish banks;
  • An international Jewish banking firm stands at the head in every important country;
  • The great natural wealth of the U.S. must pass through the narrow neck of money and gold, which controls the world.

Image: In the Depression of 1920-21, Southern and middle America experienced the lack of an adequate supply of money to carry on trade and commerce.

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.

Comments

I think this is the episode where it was mentioned that Jews sometimes hire Christians for their Choirs, and Carolyn said she couldn't believe it. Well, I know someone, a good Episcopalian, who did this. I don't think it was for pay. Also, she mentioned that a friend of hers, retired organist had played organ for them, which could well have been a paying job. This is in Dallas. They had sermons and she did this for many years and seemed to like them. I guess they weren't frothing. 

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