In Rabbi Jack Moline's book Growing Up Jewish on page 76 he claims that Congress is run by the Jews, "For years, anti-Semites have ac cused Jews of controlling Congress, and for years it has been denied. Ironically, as of 1984, the Jews do control Congress. A recent survey of the 435 representatives, shows that for all practical purposes, 219 are practicing Jews. Interestingly, twelve members of the Black Congressional Caucus are Ethiopian Jews. On the Senate side, an astounding 62 out of 100 Senators identify themselves as Jews!" (This surely doesn't square with what the press is telling the public.)6
The Jewish author A. Cowen, in his book The X-Rays in Freemasonry, on page 6 says that Jews control Freemasonry, "The Jews swarmed into it (Freemasonry) from the earliest times and controlled it through the higher grades and councils. They have controlled the ancient and accepted Scottish Rite since the beginning of the Nineteenth Century." (This is not what the Scottish Rite is telling the public.)
The widely known Jewish author Marcus Eli Ravage in an article in Century Magazine, Jan. 1928 wrote, "We Jews are at the bottom of nearly all your wars; not only of the Russian but of every other major revolution in your history. We did it solely with the irresistable might of our spirit, with ideas and propaganda."
Rabbi Stephen Wise, a Scottish Rite Mason and leader in the Order of B'nai B'rith, when discussing communism said, "Some call it communism; I call it Judaism." (See the American Bulletin, 5/15/1935) What? How can communism be related to Judaism?
There are many other identical claims or similar ones made by other Jews in books and articles whose primary reading audiences would be Jewish. In investigating what power or powers control our lives, it was necessary to check the record to see if these Jewish claims had any validity. This Author is a researcher, a detective who wants to ferret out the original documents, discover an honest history based on a more balanced, broader picture of what happened in the past.
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