How Jews Gained American Liquor Control

The International Jew, by Henry Ford


 

“United, then, by the strongest feelings of solidarity, the Jews can easily hold their own in this disjointed and anarchic society of ours. If the millions of Christians by whom they are surrounded were to substitute the same principle of co-operation for that of individual competition, the importance of the Jew would immediately be destroyed. The Christian, however, will not adopt such a course, and the Jew must, inevitably, I will not say dominate (the favorite expression of the anti-Semites) but certainly possess the advantage over others, and exercise the supremacy against which the anti-Semites inveigh without being able to destroy it.” — Lazare.

 


To those who have been surprised and confounded by the widespread evidence, which even the newspapers have been unable to suppress, that the bulk of the organized bootlegging which is being carried on in this country is in the hands of Jews, it would have been less of a surprise had they known the liquor history of this country.

The claim made for the Jews, that they are a sober people, is undoubtedly true, but that has not prevented two facts concerning them, namely, that they usually constitute the liquor dealers of the countries where they live in numbers, and that in the United States they are the only people exempted from the operations of the Prohibition law.

Here, as elsewhere, the principle holds true that “the Jew is the key.” The demoralization which struck the liquor business, causing its downfall, and the demoralization which has struck Prohibition enforcement for a time, cannot be understood without a study of the racial elements which contributed to both phenomena. If in what follows the Jews find objectionable elements, they should remember that their own people put them there. It is impossible to doubt that if the organized Jews of the United States were to make one-thousandth of the protest against the illegal liquor activities of their own people that they make against the perfectly legal and morally justifiable exposures being made in THE DEARBORN INDEPENDENT, the result would be not only favorable but immediate.


Christianity is irrelevant?

Christianity is irrelevant?

Some think christianity is irrelevant. Others, out on their own for the first time, are attracted by all the world has to offer and put God on the back burner. Yet many leave because they’ve come to doubt Christianity. In fact, intellectual skepticism is a major reason cited by those who have left.

Survey: Less Than 1 Percent of Young Adults Hold Biblical Worldview
The Christian Post ^ | March 10, 2009 | Jennifer Riley

Less than one percent of the youngest adult generation in America has a biblical worldview, found a new study examining the changes in worldview among Christians and the overall U.S. population.

The “Multicultural” generation, those between the ages of 18 and 40, “rarely” have a biblical worldview as defined by The Barna Group. The research data found that less than one-half of one percent of “Multiculturals” have a biblical worldview.

A biblical worldview, as defined by the Barna study, is believing that absolute moral truth exists; the Bible is completely accurate in all of the principles it teaches; Satan is considered to be a real being or force, not merely symbolic; a person cannot earn their way into Heaven by trying to be good or do good works; Jesus Christ lived a sinless life on earth; and God is the all-knowing, all-powerful creator of the world who still rules the universe today.

Only if someone held all the above beliefs did the research consider the person as having a biblical worldview.

George Barna, who directed the research, commented on the “troubling” generational pattern that suggests “parents are not focused on guiding their children to have a biblical worldview.”

One of the challenges for parents, though, is that you cannot give what you do not have, and most parents do not possess such a perspective on life,” he noted.

The research shows that only nine percent of all American adults have a biblical worldview, which although significantly higher than that of the Multicultural generation is still a small proportion of the total population.

Some of the problems American adults a have with the biblical worldview definition include believing that moral truth is absolute and unaffected by the circumstances.

Only one third of all adults (34 percent) hold this worldview.

Another belief that American adults struggle with is the view that the adversary (Satan) is a real force. Only slightly more than a quarter of adults (27 percent) believe Satan is real.

Also, 28 percent of all adults believe it is impossible for someone to earn their way to Heaven through good behavior.

The general American public differ greatly when it comes to the belief that Jesus Christ lived a sinless life while He was on earth. Forty percent of adults hold this belief, while 62 percent of Christians are convinced that Jesus was sinless.

George Barna commented, “There are a several troubling patterns to take notice. First, although most Americans consider themselves to be Christian and say they know the content of the Bible, less than one out of ten Americans demonstrate such knowledge through their action.”

And we are seeing the societal results of no longer holding a Biblical view. How’s that working out?

We can lay the blame for much of this on ourselves — that is, on the church. While there are notable exceptions, most American churches over-emphasize emotion and ignore the biblical commands to develop the mind (1 Pet 3:15, 2 Cor. 10:5). In other words, we’re doing a great job performing for our youth with skits, bands and videos, but a terrible job informing them with logic, truth, and a Christian worldview. We’ve failed to recognize that what we win them with we win them to. If we win them with emotion, we win them to emotion.

Now, I don’t want to discount the importance of emotion. If the Bible is true , then God does want us to love Him with all of our hearts. But He also wants us to love Him with our minds (Mt. 22:37). Christians don’t get Brownie points for being stupid! We’re supposed to know what we believe and why we believe it. And for good reason — emotion alone is not enough to protect Christian students at college or make them bold witnesses for those they meet. If they arrive at college with nothing more than good sentimental feelings about Christ, they are easy prey for anti-Christian professors and a campus environment intent on undermining their faith.

Are You Paying for Atheism?

Children spend the majority of their waking hours in school. Parents invest a good portion of their life savings in college education and entrust their offspring to people who are supposed to educate them. Isn’t it wonderful that educators have figured out a way to make parents the instruments of their own undoing? Isn’t it brilliant that they have persuaded Christian moms and dads to finance the destruction of their own beliefs and values? Who said atheists aren’t clever?
-Dinesh D’Souza


Walt Disney Part 1 of 2

Episode Notes: Walt Disney Part 1 of 2

Published on 01/23/2013
Walt Disney
by Robert in “Rockin’ the Music World” with Robert Lloyd
Today Robert delves into the Wonderful World of Disney! The story is so important and so exciting that he decided to make this a two part program with the second part coming next week. This isn’t a simple story of easy success… Walt had to overcome such odds with the Jews trying to undermine everything he did, it is amazing to hear how he finally made it work.

  1. From the mid-west, and honing his skills in animation drawing art at an advertizing firm. (
  2. So dejected from a failed business trip to New York, he drew a small character that became Mickey Mouse and saved his young company from bankruptcy.
  3. Keeping the unions out of his studios as long as he could and why he thought he had to do so.
  4. He was USED by the US government during World War 2 against his better judgment.
  5. His idea for theme parks.
  6. His creating a TV show for children that lost money but he thought it was important to keep it going.

This show (and next weeks) are the biggest stories ever from Hollywood… and the good guy wins!