All-American Washington Post writer, Ishaan Tharoor, wrote several
articles comparing America's rejection of Jewish immigrants in 1938 and
1939, to America's rejection of Muslim immigrants today after the Paris
This website loves a challenge -- so we will play along.
The source of Ishaan Tharoors' post came from a twitter account called @HistOpinion posing on Nov 16.
No thanks to Ishaan, but thanks to him for pointing this site in that direction, we find that...
have ALWAYS been
in favor of
Three polls were posted by @HistOpinion
on Nov 16.
HOWEVER -- the Ishaan Tharoors and all the rest of the Jewish MSM only ran with two of the three.
Since we are talking about Jews in 1939, the third survey question, the
critical one hidden by the non-inclusion of the Judeo-MSM, is just
And you can quickly see why the Judeo-MSM did not present this one to the public.
It shows all Christians roundly rejecting unmanaged refugees.
But, it also shows that the Jews in America was accepting to swing the
doors wide open to a flood of immigrants, no questions asked.
Pretty much as we still have it today with Jews pushing for the current round of immigrants.
have NEVER been
in favor of
This notion that Americans welcome just anybody who pops over is not an American idea, it is a Jewish idea.
The Immigration wave of 1880 to 1920 was all Jewish driven, trying to
get Jews out of the hands of that E-V-I-L Christian Czar. Until they
killed him and they were now running the show in the Soviet Union.
Teddy Kennedy was attributed this second wave of mass immigration gates in 1965, when in actuality, it was Jew Emanuel Celler who pushed that for that since Nazi holocaust times
And Celler you should know was only really concerned about letting Jews into America.
Although, we have documented here many times how Jews infiltrate into
the country embedded within the huddled masses they creat. So they are
in favor of just anybody coming in, so long as their people get to
hitch a ride.
The poem at the foot of the Statue of Liberty, itself a present from
France, not a creation of America, which states "give us your huddled
masses" was not anything a hometown American would have written.
Nope, once again, that is a Jewish poem by Emma Lazarus.
Now for further analysis
In 1939, Europe was about to self-implode upon itself yet again with
yet another World War and so the rats were jumping ship as you can see
in the photo above.
Having played that game in WW1 with the Balfour Declaration and the
Jews from them fighting the Christian Czar, America didn't want any
part of that game anymore.
Today, 2015, Europe is again on the verge of self-imploding, not this time with Jewish problems, but with Muslim problems.
The Middle East has already imploded.
This time, not Jews, but Muslim refugees want to jump ship and come wash up on our shores.
Not all responses Mr. Tharoor's "compassion", have been ebullient applause.
He states he received some slightly negative feedback from his readers.
e-mails angrily rejected any connection between Jewish refugees
and their current Syrian counterparts.
In the latter, it was repeatedly argued that (with varying degrees of profanity) Muslims :
Represent an evil religion, and
Seek to wreak violence on the West. "
-- Ishaan Tharoor"
I'm sure with a name like "Ishaan Tharoor", this writer surely has
nothing but the best and purest interests at heart for hometown America.
And as well, he has the best interests in mind of Cubans and Canadians
who also did not want these Jewish families to settle their country
anymore than Germans and Americans didn't wanted them.
Yes, we get the point -- all Christians are hateful -- and I have to
add, because Ishaan and other P.C.'ers like him would add -- for no
Actually, during those Great Depression days, with a Socialist FDR
running the country and shoving socialist programs like Social Security
(all according to their needs), and government make work jobs (state
ran industry because people have a right to work after the Jewish
bankers implode the banking and stock markets), and promoting
unionization (worker's parties for the classes, masses or the asses,
however you what to characterize them), as a commenter to Ishaan
"It might seem quaint, but it
certainly wasn't fantasy for Americans to feel in the 1930's that
Communism was a threat to America's society, culture and even
existence--and to associate Communism with Jews."
You don't say!!!
don't really like
Leave it to Jews to take a vote,
Lose the vote, and then say that
Democracy and voting stinks,
But isn't "Democracy with MINORITY RIGHTS" great!
Isn't democracy with minority rights self conflicting? Not to a Jew.
Ishaan provides us with surveys from 1938 and 1939 showing how he
believes Americans, even way back then, were too stupid and backwoods
hick to know what was going on in the rest of the world.
Or rather how stupid and hickish and hateful the "ruling majority" were.
Bad enough to point out that we didn't want to allow ANY immigration OVER the the immigration limits set in the 1920's.
But the next one takes the cake.
We actually were a tad more open to taking in Jews from Europe who were
in danger from, horrors -- Christians in Europe -- than taking in
Christians from Europe just like us.
But don't you know, we still get skewered as haters of Jews.
These surveys overwhelmingly
found the case that Americans thought:
Represent an evil religion, and
Seek to wreak
violence on the West!
Just like American Christians of old distrusted the Jesus-denying religion of
Judaism, so do American Christians of today distrust the
Jesus-denying religion of Islam.
were not fooled by
Is not all this violence in the Middle East, all for the sake of Israel?
Haven't the Jews been telling us all along to take out Iran's allies of
Syria and Yemen, before Israel, or more likely, America, unleashes hell
Iran for DARING to develop the same types of bombs they already have
made for themselves?
Today American Christians are asleep in an utopian dream of rapture with the Jews.
But not back in 1939.
Was it not the Jews of the Wiemar Republic wrecking havoc on Germany
and the Jews of the Soviet Union wrecking havoc on Russia, that caused
the rise of Hitler?
Was not Jew-hating Hitler a saint compared to Christian-hating Stalin?
Stalin already had a long established record of unleashing his vengeful
Jewish henchmen to slaughter millions of Christians.
Does Ishaan not think American saw all this?
Doesn't Ishaan know that Americans were not fooled when our
"leader" FDR was foolishly arming Japan's worst enemy, Joseph Stalin,
who was trying (and later succeeded) in subverting China to Judeo-Communism,
resulting in Pearl Harbor being bombed?
Yes, publications like the Washington Post have whitewashed history,
but from the results of the survey in 1938 and 1939 Ishaan himself provides,
we now have absolute proof that Americans in those days were not even remotely fooled by the MSM of their day.
They knew that Jews would one day do to this country what they are doing to it now.
And I quote what Ishaan quotes:
Julia Cantacuzene, a Republican
activist in New York, according to a front page New York Times article
that ran on May 18, 1938.
Cantacuzene, the granddaughter of
President Ulysses Grant and an ardent opponent of President Franklin
Roosevelt, claimed that the Soviet revolution occurred only because
Communist agents had snuck into Russia to “instill their insidious
poison onto the Russian people.”
She claimed that the same would happen here: “Under these lax
regulations, many Communists are coming to this country to join the
ranks of those who hate our institutions and want to over throw them.”
Julia was right.
Look at today, the Democrats have a Jew running as a socialist.
And I don't think I am wrong to say that Jewish Bernie Sanders wants to overthrow our Constitution, or what's left of it.
Socialist (communst-lite) Jew Sanders proudly states he likes Sweden's
government better than our own government, ruled by the
Constitution. And he unbashfully asks us to elect him so he can
continue the destruction of his country and the Constitution it was
Sounds mild, but look at how much has changed in this country since
Julie's grandfather, then General Ulysses S. Grant, found he had to run
corrupt Jewish carpetbaggers out of the South.
The results of the poll illustrated above by the
useful Twitter account @HistOpinion were published in the pages of
Fortune magazine in July 1938. Fewer than 5 percent of Americans
surveyed at the time believed that the United States should raise its
immigration quotas or encourage political refugees fleeing fascist
states in Europe — the vast majority of whom were Jewish — to voyage
across the Atlantic. Two-thirds of the respondents agreed with the
proposition that "we should try to keep them out."
To be sure, the United States was emerging from the Great Depression,
hardly a climate in which ordinary folks would welcome immigrants and
economic competition. The events of Kristallnacht — a wave of
anti-Jewish pogroms in areas controlled by the Nazis — had yet to take
place. And the poll's use of the term "political refugees" could have
conjured in the minds of the American public images of communists,
anarchists and other perceived ideological threats.
But look at the next chart, also tweeted by @HistOpinion. Two-thirds of
Americans polled by Gallup’s American Institute of Public Opinion in
January 1939 — well after the events of Kristallnacht — said they would
not take in 10,000 German Jewish refugee children.
[A couple of caveats: Polling in this period, including Gallup surveys,
was not as scientifically rigorous as it later became. Also,
respondents may not necessarily have had a particular bias against
Jewish refugees. A separate portion of Gallup respondents were asked a
nearly identical question which did not describe refugees as Jewish.
Support for accepting refugees was slightly lower than when they were
described as mostly Jewish.]
As WorldViews detailed earlier this year, most Western countries
regarded the plight of Jewish refugees with skepticism or unveiled
bigotry (and sympathy followed only wider knowledge of the monstrous
slaughters of the Holocaust):
No matter the alarming rhetoric
of [Adolf] Hitler's fascist state — and the growing acts of violence
against Jews and others — popular sentiment in Western Europe and the
United States was largely indifferent to the plight of German Jews.
"Of all the groups in the 20th
century," write the authors of the 1999 book "Refugees in an Age of
Genocide," "refugees from Nazism are now widely and popularly perceived
as 'genuine,' but at the time German, Austrian and Czechoslovakian Jews
were treated with ambivalence and outright hostility as well as
It's worth remembering this mood when thinking about the current
moment, in which the United States is once more in the throes of a
debate over letting in refugees. Ever since Friday's terror attacks in
Paris, the Republicans, led by their presidential candidates, have
sounded the alarm over the threat of jihadist infiltration from Syria —
even though it now appears that every single identified assailant in
the Paris siege was a European national.
The Republicans have signaled their intent to stop Syrian refugee arrivals, or at least accept only non-Muslim Syrians.
GOP presidential candidate Chris Christie of New Jersey was one of the
many governors who said Monday that they would oppose settling Syrian
refugees in their states; Christie insisted that he would not permit
even a "3-year-old orphan's" entry.
Today's 3-year-old Syrian orphan, it seems, is 1939's German Jewish child.
Of course, there are But, as Post columnist Dana Milbank notes, it is
hard to ignore the echoes of the past when faced with
the "xenophobic bidding war" of the present:
"This growing cry to turn away people fleeing for their lives brings to
mind the SS St. Louis, the ship of Jewish refugees turned away
from Florida in 1939," Milbank writes. "It’s perhaps the ugliest moment
in a primary fight that has been sullied by bigotry from the start.
It’s no exaggeration to call this un-American."