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The International Jew vs. White Nationalists

GUILTY (AND PROUD) AS CHARGED An Editorial from the Autumn 2017 issue of Jewish Currents   ON THE DAY after Christmas, 1919, baseball slugger Babe Ruth was traded from the Boston Red Sox to the New York Yankees. The deal was sealed for $100,000 by a theater impresario, Harry Frazee, who had owned the Red Sox […]

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Protocols of the Elders of Zion

Znamya (“Banner”), a Russian publication launched by Pavel Krushevan, a far-right, antisemitic journalist, began publishing the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion in serial form on this date in 1903, according to Mitchell A. Levin’s website, This Day in Jewish History. A fabrication about an international Jewish plan to weaken the will of gentiles through […]

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February 11: Thomas Alva Edison and the Jews

Thomas Alva Edison, modern history’s most prolific and tranformational inventor, with a record 1,093 patents to his name, was born in Milan, Ohio on this date in 1847. Edison (not Jewish) invented  an early motion picture camera and projector in the late 19th century, which soon brought him into conflict with Carl Laemmle and numerous […]

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Carl Th. Dreyer’s Film on Jewish Persecution

by Mike Kuhlenbeck INTERNATIONALLY ACCLAIMED Danish film director Carl Theodor Dreyer (1889-1968) is perhaps best known to English-speaking filmgoers as the force behind the 1932 horror masterpiece Vampyr. However, Dreyer confronted a real-life evil that has haunted the world for centuries, the looming menace of anti-Semitism, with Elsker Hverandre — Love One Another. Dreyer’s fourth […]

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Doing Business with Hitler

Koch Was Not Alone in Aiding the Nazi War Machine by Dusty Sklar JANE MAYER’S RECENTLY PUBLISHED Dark Money: The Hidden History of the Billionaires Behind the Rise of the Radical Right, is causing a stir. She reports that Fred C. Koch, the father of billionaire rightwing political activists Charles G. and David H. Koch, […]

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July 9: Bryan’s Cross of Gold

Populist politician and frequent presidential candidate William Jennings Bryan made one of the most electrifying political speeches in history on this date in 1896. Speaking at the Democratic National Convention, Bryan railed against maintaining the gold standard for U.S. currency by declaring, “You shall not press down upon the brow of labor this crown of […]

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July 3: Citroën’s Factory

Engineer André Citroën, who introduced mass manufacturing to French industry through the car that bears his name, died at 57 in Paris on this date in 1935. Citroën developed the double helical (or herringbone) gear, which drove the RMS Titanic. In 1913, he took over the Mors automobile company and turned it into a dynamo […]

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December 26: The “Jew” Who Sold Babe Ruth

Harry Frazee, a theater impresario who became owner of the Boston Red Sox in November, 1916, sold Babe Ruth to the New York Yankees for $100,000 on this date in 1919. It was one of several deals Frazee made that dismantled the Boston team, which had won the 1918 World Series, their fifth championship in […]

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September 21: Exposing the “Protocols”

Russian-born American journalist Herman Bernstein, who exposed The Protocols of the Elders of Zion as a forgery after Henry Ford published it in 1921, was born in Vladislavov (known in Yiddish as Naishtot) on this date in 1876. Bernstein was a prolific journalist for many years, writing for The Nation, New York Times, New York Herald, […]

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