of the Jews
General Grant was confronted with the awesome responsibility of
executing the completion of the Civil War and at the same time, had to
deal with nagging Jews trying to cut corrupt shady deals with his
subordinates and even with his own father, to get his permission
to buy cotton in the South which he was in control of, for use in the
North textile industries.
General Grant would not allow himself to be tainted by Jewish
corruption. Instead of locking up the corrupt Jews in prison for
corrupt business practices as he should have done,
(or perhaps because of his own father being implicated and already
having the appearance of being tainted), Grant took the much softer
route of just having them expelled from the
For this, General Grant would labelled an evil anti-semite.
This website has long emphasized how Jews have influenced America into
engaging in a blood Civil War through their Jewish peddlers in our back
woods. Our backwoods peddlers often being Jewish radicals who had
narrowly escaped from the European Judeo-Communist Revolution of 1848,
or previously had escaped from Christan control being reestablished
after the Atheist French Revolution/Napoleon days had come to an end in
1815 AD. In addition of course, there were the Jewish traders in cotton
between the slave states producing the cotton in the South and the
non-slave states of the North who ran the textile mills; Jewish traders
who inflamed hatreds on either side with horrors stories to each side,
by telling horror stories of the other side in order to make their
current audience feel superior.
An example of Jewish complicity in starting the bloody unchristian
Civil War to free slaves instead of a peaceful Christian way is the
article about John
released at the same time this article was released.
In addition, this website has long documented the European expulsions
of the Jews, in which every Christian country in Europe, at some time
in their history and for their own country's survival, has found the
need to do the dirty deed.
- . England expelled all their Jews for 400 years, for
20 generations, starting in 1290 AD.
- . France expelled their Jews in 1394 AD.
- . Germany, Italy, and the Balkan peninsula expelled
their Jews between 1350 and 1450 AD.
- . Spain expelled their Jews in 1492 AD.
- . Russia segregated their Jews into the Settlement
of the Pale in 1791 AD.
And each time some pogrom of European citizens or some European leader
did anything to the Jews is brought up, American Christians have been
smug in their superior tolerance of the Jews.
Finally, this website has long said that it would be a very Christian
act to demand that our Jews return to their Promised Land -
the supreme gift of God himself -- for the sacred place -- for his
sacred Chosen People -- to live in God's sacred trust.
What devout Christian could disagree?
Remembrance for TODAY:
Now, it has come to my attention, by an obviously well-read reader,
that we have done our own "expulsion of the Jews".
Here is the lead-up to the Jewish expulsion, the actual expulsion of
the Jews, and the politically Judeo-correct coverage of said
The Civil War
did not stop
trade in cotton
Even during the long Civil War, the South still needed to export cotton
to obtain money to live on, while the North still needed to import
cotton for their textile mills.
Would it be any surprise to an observant reader, that the same Jewish
traders who were previously free to travel between the North and South,
the ones who had no real moral convictions about slavery either way,
and the ones who had been trading cotton between the two great
slave/anti-slave enemies, would be the ones who wanted to continue this
During the war, the extensive cotton trade continued between the North
and South. Northern textile mills in New York and New England were
dependent on Southern cotton, while Southern plantation owners depended
on the trade with the North for their economic survival.
The US Government permitted limited trade, licensed by the Treasury and
the US Army.
Corruption flourished as unlicensed traders bribed Army officers to
allow them to buy Southern cotton without a permit.
Jewish traders were among those involved
in the cotton trade; some merchants had been active in the
cotton business for generations in the South; others were more recent
immigrants to the North.
--Wiki -- General Order 11
Since major portions of the South were under military occupation during
the Civil War, the military was "the government".
Hence, "the government of U.S. Grant" was responsible for monitoring
shipments in and out of the military occupation zone. In order to do
so, "U.S. Grant" needed to "grant" licenses (a pun on the United States
granting licenses and Grant's granting licenses all in one) to men who
were of unequaled trust and integrity.
As part of his command, Major General Ulysses S. Grant was responsible
for issuing trade licenses in the Department of Tennessee, an
administrative district of the Union Army that comprised the portions
of Kentucky and Tennessee west of the Tennessee River, and
Union-controlled areas of northern Mississippi.
He was deeply engaged in prosecuting the campaign to capture the
heavily defended Confederate-held city of Vicksburg, Mississippi and
was committed to succeed.
During this period, he tried several approaches to Vicksburg.
Grant resented having to deal with the distraction
of the cotton trade.
He perceived it as having endemic corruption, as the lucrative trade
resulted in a system where "every colonel, captain or quartermaster ...
[was] in a secret partnership with some operator in cotton."
He issued a number of directives aimed at black marketeers.
--Wiki -- General Order 11
Per Ulysses S. Grant,
of the United States,
Jews did not prove
to be honest traders.
The Jews in particular proved themselves to be very unscrupulous in
means of obtaining trade licenses.
On November 9, 1862, Grant sent an order to Major-General Stephen A.
"Refuse all permits to come south of Jackson for the present. The
Israelites especially should be kept out."
The following day he instructed General Joseph Dana Webster:
"Give orders to all the conductors on the [rail]road that no Jews are
to be permitted to travel on the railroad southward from any point.
They may go north and be encouraged in it; but they are such an
intolerable nuisance that the department must be purged of them."
In a letter to General William Tecumseh Sherman, Grant wrote that his
policy was occasioned...
"in consequence of the total disregard and evasion of orders by Jews."
Grant tightened restrictions to try to reduce the illegal trade.
On December 8, 1862, he issued General Order No. 2, mandating that...
"cotton-speculators, Jews and other Vagrants having not honest means of
support, except trading upon the miseries of their Country ... will
leave in twenty-four hours or they will be sent to duty in the
Nine days later, on December 17, 1862, he issued General Order No. 11
to strengthen his earlier prohibition.
In a letter of the same date sent to Christopher Wolcott, the assistant
United States Secretary of War, Grant explained his reasoning [for
General Order 11]:
I have long since believed that in spite of all the vigilance that can
be infused into Post Commanders, that the Specie regulations of the
Treasury Dept. have been violated, and that mostly by Jews and other
So well satisfied of this have I been at this that I instructed the
Commanding Officer at Columbus [Kentucky] to refuse all permits to Jews
to come south, and frequently have had them expelled from the Dept. [of
But they come in with their Carpet sacks in spite of all that can be
done to prevent it.
The Jews seem to be a privileged class that can
travel any where.
They will land at any wood yard or landing on the river and make their
way through the country. If not permitted to buy Cotton themselves they
will act as agents for someone else who will be at a Military post,
with a Treasury permit to receive Cotton and pay for it in Treasury
notes which the Jew will buy up at an agreed rate, paying gold.
There is but one way that I know of to reach this case.
That is for Government to buy all the Cotton at a fixed rate and send
it to Cairo, St Louis, or some other point to be sold.
Then all traders, (they are a curse to the Army,) might be expelled.
--Wiki -- General Order 11
In fact, here is Grant's General Order 11.
Afterwords, we will examine the politically correct reading of this
Ulysses S. Grant's
General Order 11
HDQRS. 13TH A. C., DEPT. OF THE TENN.,
Holly Springs, December 17, 1862.
The Jews, as a class violating every regulation of trade established by
the Treasury Department and also department orders, are hereby expelled
from the department within twenty-four hours from the receipt of this
Post commanders will see that all of this class of people be furnished
passes and required to leave, and any one returning after such
notification will be arrested and held in confinement until an
opportunity occurs of sending them out as prisoners, unless furnished
with permit from headquarters.
No passes will be given these people to visit headquarters for the
purpose of making personal application for trade permits.
By order of Major General U. S. Grant:
JNO. A. RAWLINS, Assistant Adjutant-General.
Rescinded by President Abraham Lincoln on January 3, 1863
Why did Grant do it?
This is the part of the story I always love to diagnose and relate back
what the real story is all about.
Per the politically correct speech of the day, General Grant issued the
order because he hated his family using his good name.
General James H. Wilson later suggested that the order was related to
Grant's difficulties with his own father, Jesse Grant. He recounted,
"He [Jesse Grant] was close and greedy. He came down into Tennessee
with a Jew trader that he wanted his son to help, and with whom he was
going to share the profits.
Grant refused to issue a permit and sent the Jew flying, prohibiting
Jews from entering the line."
Wilson felt that Grant could not deal with the
"lot of relatives who were always trying to use him"
and perhaps attacked those he saw as their counterpart — opportunistic
traders who were Jewish.
Bertram Korn in his 1951 history suggested that the order was part of a
pattern by Grant.
"This was not the first discriminatory order [Grant] had signed [...]
he was firmly convinced of the Jews' guilt and was eager to use any
means of ridding himself of them."
--Wiki -- General Order 11
OK, great material to shred apart with common reason.
Obviously, the final straw for Grant was unscrupulous Jewish traders
using his own family members -- in fact - his own father -- to try to
obtain sweetheart deals with Grant!
Like any good Christian would be, Grant was incensed beyond belief.
His own reputation was on the line!
If Grant had not taken strong action against the corrupt Jewish
traders, he would have stood accused of the most vile corruption.
Cotton was the life-blood of slavery and Grant, in fighting against
slavery, was not about to be seen as a greedy, bought-off General,
because of illegal deals involving cotton.
But I love the Jewish twist where Grant is decried as vengeful against
Jews because "his relatives were always trying to use him".
No, the Jews were trying to use his relatives -- to get to him !!!
The Jews were trying to corrupt the highest power in the South!!!
The Jews were trying to bribe General Grant through financially helping
his father !!!
Gotta love how unbelieving Jews are so evilly wrong about everything
Then we get Jewish Historians like Bertram Korn to rewrite our history
for us by "implying" that Grant was wrong in his belief that Jews were
guilty of unscrupulous trade practices, when in fact, Jews agree that
Jews traveled with Grant's own father trying to sign a cotton deal,
thereby proving their devious dealings.
Is this not what Grant was bitterly complaining about?
Why did Lincoln Rescind the order?
From a reading of Grant's previous statements and a reading of General
Order 11, Grant was solely concerned about trade in cotton being
unquestioned and transparent.
It is obvious that Grant was vexed by Jews who would set up fronts to
do the trades, even if they were excluded themselves.
Hence his valuable and dire wartime efforts were being diverted by Jews
who had selfish and greedy interests to get rich off the war effort.
I would NOT have expelled the Jews back to the safety of the North, I
would have sent them straight to the front lines, just like Lincoln
sent all the Irish Potato Famine refugees straight to the front lines
immediately upon their arriving on our shores.
Yes indeed, for the real test of discrimination, see what the Northern
English Anglican Protestants did to their Irish Catholic refugees from
The non-Christian Jews were grossly coddled in comparison by the
Northern Protestant Christians.
But the politically correct twist of the day was that Grant was
violating the sacred Constitutional rights and privileges of the Jews
by classifying them all as cotton traders, which in truth they were.
A group of Jewish merchants from Paducah, Kentucky, led by Cesar J.
Kaskel, sent a telegram to President Abraham Lincoln in which they
condemned the order as
"the grossest violation of the Constitution and our rights as good
citizens under it".
The telegram noted it would...
"place us . . . as outlaws before the world.
We respectfully ask your immediate attention to this enormous outrage
on all law and humanity ...."
Throughout the Union, Jewish groups protested and sent telegrams to the
government in Washington, D.C.
--Wiki -- General Order 11
According to the PC story, Grant had expelled all Jews from occupied
Obviously not what Grant had intended, but the twist of the knife in
the side was that Grant was an ANTI-SEA-MITE!
Why Jews hate Republicans
Wouldn't you know that the pro-slavery Democrats, those lovers of
absolute liberty (sic), would condemn Grant's violation of Jewish civil
And irony indeed that the anti-slavery Republicans, fighting to rid the
country of the injustice of anti-liberty -- i.e. slavery -- would be
the ones condemned of injustice.
The issue attracted significant attention in Congress and from the
The Democrats condemned the order as part of what they saw as the US
Government's systematic violation of civil liberties; they introduced a
motion of censure against Grant in the Senate, attracting thirty votes
in favor against seven opposed.
Some newspapers supported Grant's action; the Washington Chronicle
criticized Jews as "scavengers ... of commerce".
Most, however, were strongly opposed, with the New York Times
denouncing the order as "humiliating" and a "revival of the spirit of
the medieval ages."
Its editorial column called for the "utter reprobation" of Grant's
--Wiki -- General Order 11
Grant gets Judified
In a word, it was OK for Grant to engage in a Civil War where 750,000
Christians laid slain over slavery, but how dare he engage in a war
against Jewish corruption, Jews who were using the cause celeb of
slavery - the picking of cotton - to enrich themselves while Grant was
trying to fight a war over cotton's need for slavery.
Ulysses S. Grant was not dumb. He knew where the raw power in the
country resided even in those days.
You could fight your own Christian brother in a Civil War, but do not
dare fight the Jews.
After the Civil War, General Order No. 11 became an issue in the
presidential election of 1868 in which Grant stood as the Republican
The Democrats raised the order as an issue, with the prominent Democrat
and rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise urging fellow Jews to vote against Grant
because of his alleged anti-semitism.
Grant repudiated the controversial order, asserting it had been drafted
by a subordinate and that he had signed it without reading, in the
press of warfare.
He wrote in reply to a correspondent:
At the time of its publication, I was incensed by a reprimand received
from Washington for permitting acts which Jews within my lines were
The order was issued and sent without any reflection and without
thinking of the Jews as a set or race to themselves, but simply as
persons who had successfully ... violated an order.
The episode did not cause much long-term damage to Grant's relationship
with the American Jewish community.
He won the presidential election, taking the majority of the
In 1874, President Grant and all the members in his Cabinet attended a
dedication of the Adas Israel Congregation in Washington D.C.
This was the first time an American President attended a synagogue
Many historians have taken his action as part of his continuing effort
to reconcile with the Jewish community.
--Wiki -- General Order 11
who fought against freeing black people from slavery had a hard time
bringing moral charges of anti-semitism against Presidential candidate
What is not said is that President Grant had to bring Jews into his
cabinet to appease them, and that goes a long way to Jewish forgiveness.
May have been the last time that Jews voted Republican, but it would
not be the last time that an American President had succumbed to Jewish
Short termed as it was, Jews had been expelled in the United States.
Proof it can be done even by good American Christians.
17, 1862: Grant expels the Jews
Wikipedia -- General Order No. 11
Order No. 11 (1862)
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