If only folks would have listened back then we wouldn't be on the verge of a new world order - - a Jew world order!
HENRY ADAMS (1838-1918)
Henry Adams of Massachusetts was a prolific author, political journalist, historian and member of the Adams political family; descended from President John Adams (his great grandfather) and John Quincy Adams (his grandfather). He was a Harvard graduate at a time when that still meant a lot. At Harvard, Adams studied Greek and Roman literature, mathematics, government, botany, astronomy, physics, and French.
In 1894, Adams was elected president of the American Historical Association. Hebecame widely regarded as one of America's foremost intellectuals, again, at a time when the word "intellectual" still meant something. His posthumously-published memoirs, The Education of Henry Adams, won the Pulitzer Prize, and went on to be named by The Modern Library as the top English-language nonfiction book of the 20th century.
Adams's attitude towards Jews has been described as one of loathing. The noted American statesman John Hay, remarking on Adams's "Anti-Semitism", said that when Adams "saw Vesuvius (volcano in Italy) reddening... [he] searched for a Jew stoking the fire."
HENRY FORD (1863-1947)
By age 15, Henry Ford had taught himself how to dismantle and reassemble the timepieces of friends and neighbors, gaining the reputation of a watch repairman. The mechanical and visionary genius became America's leading industrialist and founder of the Ford Motor Company.
Ford pioneered the development of the assembly line technique of mass production, making cars affordable for the Middle Class. The increased productivity enabled Ford to pay his workers unusually high wages. During the 1920's, Ford published a series of essays under the title "The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem.
THOMAS EDISON (1847-1931)
Edison was the most prolific inventor of the 20th century. The "Wizard of Menlo Park" was also a first rate scientist and businessman. His creations include the stock ticker, battery for an electric car, phonograph, the motion picture camera, and the light bulb. Edison is also credited with having created the first industrial research laboratory, developing electrical power for mass use (along with Tesla) and being awarded an incredible 1,093 U.S. patents.
Edison was a very close friend and vacation companion to the "anti-semite" Henry Ford. Though actual quotes cannot be found, we learn from Jewish sources that Edison did indeed share his buddy Ford's view of the "Big Jews". The great genius struggled for many years to keep the Jews from using his motion pictures without paying royalties. He eventually lost any control he had to the Jews who would later establish Hollywood.
EZRA POUND (1885-1972)
Ezra Pound was, without a doubt, the pre-eminent American poet of the 20th century. The literary legend actually mentored Ernest Hemingway, TS Elliot, Robert Frost, and other great writers. Pound's best-known works include Ripostes (1912), Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (1920) and his unfinished 120-section epic, The Cantos.
Having become disillusioned with America and England, Pound moved to Mussolini's Italy and also praised Hitler's achievements. Pound was never shy about expressing his feelings towards the Big Jews who he blamed for both World Wars.
BOBBY FISCHER (1943-2008)
Bobby Fischer was an American chess grandmaster and World Chess Champion. He is considered by many to be the greatest chess player who ever lived. Starting at age 14, he played in eight U.S. Championships, winning each by at least 1 point. At 15, Fischer became the youngest grandmaster and candidate for the World Championship. Still only 20 years old, he won the 1963-64 U.S. Championship with the only perfect score in the history of the tournament.
Fischer was very outspoken in his condemnation of the Zionist conspirators controlling America. Like Ezra Pound, Fischer also became an 'ex-pat', relocating to Japan.
Solzhenitsyn was not only a Russian novelist and noted historian, but also a survivor of Stalin's Gulag. His Gulag Archipelago remains an International Classic. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in literature in 1970 and was finally expelled from the Soviet Union in 1974. He has been honored by some of the top universities in the West.
Towards the end of his life, some of Solzhenitsyn's more controversial "anti-semitic" writings never saw the light of day in the West. In "200 Years Together", and other essays, the great writer cryptically alludes to a worldwide Jewish conspiracy behind the Bolshevist takeover and oppression of Russia.