|LEWIS CHARLES LEVIN [LCL]|
This exhibit is biased by a glaring omission. It scarcely mentions Lewis C. Levin, the professional rabble-rouser who was not merely 'one of the speakers' but instigated the whole series of riots. He founded his political career upon these riots, beginning with a win in a three-way Congressional race in 1844. Levin was a founder not only of the so-called "nativist" movement but led it into its "Know Nothing Party" phase in the 1850s. Leaving Levin out of this exhibit is like discussing the war in the Pacific 1941-45 and failing to mention Pearl Harbor and Bataan.
EINSTEIN, the Weizmann Institute - Its aim even in those heady days of 1948 was to build nuclear weapons for Israel.
... Months after Israel was formed, Rothschild was involved with Chaim Weizmann in setting up a special nuclear physics department in a scientific institute in Rehovoth. The establishment was named after Weizmann, the nation's first president and himself a distinguished biochemist.
Late in his life, James Madison wrote a letter summarizing his views: “And I have no doubt that every new example, will succeed, as every past one has done, in shewing that religion & Govt. will both exist in greater purity, the less they are mixed together.”
While some of America’s early leaders were models of virtuous tolerance, American attitudes were slow to change. The anti-Catholicism of America’s Calvinist past found new voice in the 19th century. The belief widely held and preached by some of the most prominent ministers in America was that Catholics would, if permitted, turn America over to the pope. Anti-Catholic venom was part of the typical American school day, along with Bible readings. In Massachusetts, a convent—coincidentally near the site of the Bunker Hill Monument—was burned to the ground in 1834 by an anti-Catholic mob incited by reports that young women were being abused in the convent school. In Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love, anti-Catholic sentiment, combined with the country’s anti-immigrant mood, fueled the Bible Riots of 1844, in which houses were torched, two Catholic churches were destroyed and at least 20 people were killed.
At about the same time, Joseph Smith founded a new American religion—and soon met with the wrath of the mainstream Protestant majority. In 1832, a mob tarred and feathered him, marking the beginning of a long battle between Christian America and Smith’s Mormonism. In October 1838, after a series of conflicts over land and religious tension, Missouri Governor Lilburn Boggs ordered that all Mormons be expelled from his state. Three days later, rogue militiamen massacred 17 church members, including children, at the Mormon settlement of Haun’s Mill. In 1844, a mob murdered Joseph Smith and his brother Hyrum while they were jailed in Carthage, Illinois. No one was ever convicted of the crime.
Even as late as 1960, Catholic presidential candidate John F. Kennedy felt compelled to make a major speech declaring that his loyalty was to America, not the pope. (And as recently as the 2008 Republican primary campaign, Mormon candidate Mitt Romney felt compelled to address the suspicions still directed toward the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.) Of course, America’s anti-Semitism was practiced institutionally as well as socially for decades. With the great threat of “godless” Communism looming in the 1950s, the country’s fear of atheism also reached new heights.
America can still be, as Madison perceived the nation in 1785, “an Asylum to the persecuted and oppressed of every Nation and Religion.” But recognizing that deep religious discord has been part of America’s social DNA is a healthy and necessary step. When we acknowledge that dark past, perhaps the nation will return to that “promised...lustre” of which Madison so grandiloquently wrote.
Kenneth C. Davis is the author of Don’t Know Much About History and A Nation Rising, among other books.
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By Brother Nathanael Kapner, Copyright 2010
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AMERICA’S CHANGE FROM A CIVILIAN TO A MILITARY ECONOMY reached a point of no return in the 1960s.
From then on, a perpetual “war machine” was in motion with Wall Street Jewish investment banks funding US armament industries.
The change can be traced to Truman’s National Security Council Paper, “NSC-68”, which put forth that America could sustain its economic growth by applying John Maynard Keynes’ emphasis on the role of government to the military or “security” sphere.
Truman signed the Paper as a basic US policy doctrine on September 30, 1950. Although the world was at peace, the directive called for increasing the annual US arms budget by 350%. “Military Keynesianism” soon became the essence of America’s economy. And the Zionist Jews of Wall Street took full advantage of this new investment opportunity.
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