Sunday, 15 July 2012

1883: Jews control all Europe's press

Prince Hohenlohe (1819 - 1901)

In 1883, German Foreign Minister Prince Hohenlohe (11 years later he would
become the German Chancellor), was touring the United States and Canada

An interview with him appeared in the New York Herald: Sept 8, 1883, p.4

"What is the trouble concerning the Jews in Germany?"
"The Jews want too much. When they attain power at all they want to control. The feeling against them and the action against them are stronger in Russia and Austria than in Germany. The Jews control the chief banking business, and you will always find that when they become too strong in any country the common people turn upon them."
"Do not the Jews control the press to a great extent in Germany?"
"Yes, and in all Europe."

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