“Celebrating” 100 years of Bolshevik and Zionist Lies and Threats
One-hundred years ago, Zionism and Bolshevism celebrated their greatest conquests. The former, a declaration regarding Palestine from the world’s leading colonial power and the latter, displacing the Russian Provisional Government—enormous achievements by any standards.
Bolshevism and Zionism, fittingly reached their summits during the greatest war to that point in history and they’d play major roles in the arrival World War II.
And though World War I raged across numerous parts of the globe and created a fluid situation in many European capitals, the citizens of the West believed their world civilized. Yet, Bolshevism and Zionism flouted international laws and the standards to which westerners held their leaders.
Put simply: How?
Unknown to the citizenry, their leaders answered, not to the people, but to an unaccountable, unseen cabal much more powerful than any nation (See Circle of Intrigue, by Texe Marrs). Should, at any point, a nation’s leader be found unwilling to “play the game,” such as Prime Minister H.H. Asquith of Great Britain, they were simply “benched” for a suitable replacement, such as David Lloyd George, who performed exactly as instructed.
But there remains an aspect much less easily controlled than one man atop a nation: The flow of information to the public.
The public of the early 20th century relied on reporting by the print media for their knowledge of world events. While today, there are additional avenues by which one may obtain “news,” much like a century ago, the most oftquoted stories originate from the wire services and major daily papers.
In The Controversy of Zion, Douglas Reed recognized the issue as follows: “By far the greatest obstacle to the Zionist ambition came from factual reporting in the press of what was happening in Palestine and from editorial comment.”
Initially presenting the “greatest obstacle” to Zionist propagandizing was Britain’s leading newspaper mogul, Lord Northcliffe. Known as “independent and unpurchasable,” Northcliffe was majority proprietor of multiple British newspapers which accounted for over 40% of daily readership.
In 1920, Northcliffe’s fearlessness earned him the enmity of many powerful Jews. Upon learning of the recently translated Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, Northcliffe published excerpts of the book. Under the title, “The Jewish Peril, a Disturbing Pamphlet, Call for Enquiry” Northcliffe stated: “An impartial investigation of these would-be documents and of their history is most desirable… are we to dismiss the whole matter without inquiry and to let the influence of such a book as this work unchecked?”
Around that same time, Northcliffe got wind of what was going on in Palestine and made it his mission to get the truth to the public. He traveled to the Holy Land with JMN Jeffries, a noted WWI journalist, and saw first-hand what was going on there. Jeffries’ dispatches in The Times provided a very different picture than the Zionist propaganda appearing in the other English newspapers.
Matters quickly came to a head, however, when Northcliffe’s editor at The Times, Wickam Steed, refused to print further stories regarding Palestine. Mysteriously, within months, the great newspaper mogul, Northcliffe, was dead.
Almost two decades later, Jeffries published a book, Palestine: The Reality, but reached only a tiny fraction of readership.
The bizarre nature of Northcliffe’s downfall and death speaks very loudly to an extremely powerful group operating above the law, capable of eliminating well-known figures with no consequences. Clearly, that group desired Zionism to succeed.
Needless to say, from then on, the newspapers sang one tune, in perfect harmony, regarding Palestine. Zionist groups “helped” by providing ready-to-print articles. A tactic still in widespread use today.
Robert Wilton, a correspondent for The Times in Russia for over 15 years, reported the revolution like he saw it. His dispatches made clear the extremely high ratio of Jews in leadership positions.
Wilton was treated the same then as he would be today: A complaint alleging anti-Semitism was lodged by an official from the British Foreign Office. From then on, his dispatches found their way into a Times trashcan rather than its columns. Within a couple years, a broken man, Wilton was dead. Again, the truth-teller was eliminated and an example made of him.
Today, control of information is even more concerted. Organized Jewry controls 96% of the world’s media. However, with the advent of the internet, more people are able to utilize alternative sources to find truth. This has led to censorship by Google and others in a vain attempt to control what the general public is able to learn. When President Trumps bellows, “FAKE NEWS!” he could well be speaking for Jeffries, Wilton, and other truth-tellers who have been summarily squelched.
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