This is part one of a book post about the book World of Our Fathers by the Jew Irving Howe, an account of eastern European Jews and their invasion and subversion of America. The book has some interesting tidbits throughout, but this post is about the first part of the book.
The opening story of the book is one that’s been told several times, at least from their perspective. The best depiction of it is found in what is perhaps the most Jewish movie of all time, An American Tail.
This movie is actually enjoyable provided that you are completely unaware of the JQ and don’t have a negative association in your mind about the word “immigrant.” That was my situation when I saw and enjoyed this movie as a young child. Even though it’s explicit in the beginning, I don’t remember having any particular awareness that these characters were Jews, only that they were Russian. I think I imagined they were fleeing communism or something and coming to freedom-loving America. Only as an adult did I look back at this movie and recognize the story it was telling for what it was.
The overall story begins in 1881, when the Jews murdered Tsar Alexander II of Russia in a typical display of gratitude for one of the most libtarded and philosemitic Tsars in Russian history. Well, it was actually anarchists that did the assassination, but some of those involved were Jews.
Russian anti-Jew sentiment flared up – leading to a wave of “pogroms” – and the new Tsar reinstituted the more normal Russian policy of being based and red-pilled with respect to the Jews. At the time, Russian Jews were mostly restricted to living within a region called the “Pale”. It is in this area where the mouse cartoon begins with a family of mice celebrating Hanukkah who are suddenly attacked by a mob of based cossak cats.
The author of World of Our Fathers associates the 19th century with a time of great ideological convulsions within eastern European Jewry. The Hasidic movement, a Jewish version of the Enlightenment, Zionism, and Marxism were all spreading through the Jewish people around this time period – as well as movements to increase Jewish traditionalism. This is well portrayed in the musical Fiddler on the Roof – another production that can be more enjoyable if you ignore the fact that it’s all Jews.
After the goyim got uppity in 1881, another idea started up and spread like wildfire through the minds of Russian Jews: “let’s all go to America”. In An American Tail, this is portrayed by a rumor among the mice that America has roads paved with cheese and is free of cats.
According to this book and some other accounts, about one-third of eastern European Jews left their homes within 35 years or so of the assassination, and many of them ended up New York City. During this time period, the population of Jews in New York went from under 100,000 to nearly 2 million.
At the beginning of this wave, Castle Garden in New York was the main center for processing immigrants, but this was soon replaced with Ellis Island. Since Jews have the disposition to cry out in pain as they flood your country, they developed a horror mythology about Ellis Island. The book World of Our Fathers relates accounts of shock and outrage over the fact that immigrants at Ellis Island weren’t all granted entry into the United States.
One of the book’s interesting observations relates to the fact that a prospective immigrant’s fate was heavily dependent on the bureaucrat handling the case – and the book admits that corrupt officials were much preferable to civic-minded and by-the-book officials, from an immigrant’s perspective.
Corrupt officials were able to be bribed, and Jews already set up in America would help more Jews enter by whatever means. In fact, an entire organization was set up at this time for the sole purpose of facilitating the continued influx of Jews into America: the Hebrew Immigrant Aid Society (HIAS). Even now, this organization does everything it can to get non-whites into the United States.
“Gradually – and as an early indication of the ability of east European Jews to adapt themselves to the American political structure – HIAS learned to function as a pressure group [lobby] working to beat back nativist and/or bureaucratic attempts to reduce the flow of immigration.” – Irving Howe, World of Our Fathers
The immigration wave was eventually met with a rise in nativist sentiment from all classes. But HIAS was ready with direct lobbying efforts. They stationed trolls at Ellis Island to aggressively lobby against rejections, and worked to fight against restrictionist policies and mock nativist sentiment – which had initially found a home in the GOP.
“The Republican party, … served as the political home of the restrictionists, though in a while some of the party’s more sharp-eyed leaders noticed that votes of foreign-born citizens were every bit as good as those of natives.” – Irving Howe
Listen to this Jew’s attitude, the same type of thing you hear all the time today. Read the above quote a few times to refresh your contempt for these people. The wiser politicians are the ones which discard the will of their constituents and instead do what Jews want.
Much like other negative trends, the immigration wave persisted and accelerated despite growing political resistance to it. One of the major Jewish advocates was Louis Marshall.
“Though a formidable speaker ready to take on restrictionists in public debate, Marshall worked best behind the scenes, through well-argued and well-mannered appeals to public officials.” – Irving Howe
Jewish lobbying rendered all political opposition to immigration completely ineffective. Presidents Cleveland, Taft, and Wilson all vetoed (under Jewish pressure) immigration restrictions from Congress.
In 1905, that Jewish activist Louis Marshall wrote the following in a letter to other Jews:
“I consider a public discussion [of immigration] an extremely unfortunate step. It serves to attract the attention of Congress and of the various labor unions to the fact that we expect a large influx of Jewish immigrants from Russia. It is a subject which can only be handled with the greatest delicacy.”
Never forget that these people knew that they were subverting the country when they came here.
President Theodore Roosevelt appointed a chad named William Williams to the position of New York Commissioner of Immigration at Ellis Island. He had an open intention to enforce the immigration law which prohibited any “lunatic, idiot, or any person unable to take care of himself or herself without becoming a public charge” from immigrating. As HIAS kvetch’ed about the “vagueness” of the law, Williams pushed an aggressive policy of rejecting immigrant applicants who weren’t up to a standard.
Trying to apply common-sense to immigration drew the ire of Jewish groups, who constantly attacked Williams in the Jewish Daily Forward and other outlets. HIAS routinely filed complaints and appeals when Jewish immigrants were rejected. Even though Williams was also a by-the-book enforcer of rules, including those against mistreatment of applicants, he was still portrayed as villain by these ingrates.
When Williams eventually resigned in 1913, the Jewish Daily Forward had this to say:
“Finally, the Haman of Ellis Island has met his end. Now that the evil immigration commissioner, William Williams, has resigned from his position, tens of thousands of immigrants will hopefully no longer have to suffer the insults and degradations of his policies. Many complaints had been lodged against Williams, who was known to have an antipathy toward certain types of immigrants and simply shrugged off charges against him. ‘America is for Americans’ is what Williams thought. Fortunately, Senator James O’Gorman helped launch an investigation into the situation and exposed the terrible conditions maintained by Williams. Now that the commissioner is to be replaced, Ellis Island will no longer be flooded with rivers of immigrants’ tears.” – Jews (they talked like this even 100 years ago)
The name “Haman of Ellis Island”, which is what Jews were publicly calling William Williams, is a reference to the book of Esther. Haman was an ancient Persian who evidently saw that the in-exile Jews within the empire were up to no good, and was planning to address the JQ. Instead, the Jews Mordecai and Esther used their influence to get Haman in trouble. Invoking the name “Haman” was a Jewish way of giving the sense that someone was evil incarnate (bear in mind that in 1913, they had no way to reference Hitler and Nazis).
I’m reading further through this book and may check back later with more quotes from it. So far, it’s been quite jarring to see how open this Jew is about what a scourge this process was, and how when the immigration wave began Jewish groups went to work immediately to subvert the political process to harm native interests.