"And it has become pretty general. Last Christmas most people had a hard time finding Christmas cards that indicated in any way that Christmas commemorated Someone's Birth."
Where and when did this appear? Take a guess. Bill O'Reilly? Wrong. Guess again. World Net Daily? Nope...read on...
Here is some more of the text:
"Easter they will have the same difficulty in finding Easter cards that contain any suggestion that Easter commemorates a certain event. There will be rabbits and eggs and spring flowers, but a hint of the Resurrection will be hard to find.
Still not clear?
"Now, all this begins with the designers of the cards. And even in this business one comes upon that same policy of declaring Anti-Semitic everything that is Christian. If Rabbi Coffey says the New Testament is the most Anti-Semitic book ever written, what must be the judgement on an Easter card that is truly an Easter card?"
Getting an inkling? How about this text?
"There has not been any 'persecution' of the Jews in the United States and never will be any, but all that the Jews have had to carry in the way of misunderstanding has been the result of the leadership which has misled them into paths of bloated ambition, instead of substantial human achievement."
Year? -- 1921
Source? -- One of the nastiest antisemitic tracts ever published in English: The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem, Chapter 36.
Originally published as an article,
"'Jewish Rights' to Put Studies Out of Schools,"
THE DEARBORN INDEPENDENT, issue of 19 March 1921.
Henry Ford and the staff of the Dearborn Independent, The International Jew: The World's Foremost Problem. 1920-1922, Vols. 1-4.
Chapter 36: "Jewish Rights" to Put Studies Out of Schools.
Republished. Reedy, WV: Liberty Bell Publications, 1976.
Originally published Dearborn, MI: The Dearborn Publishing Company, 1920-1922. Primarily consists of reprints of a series of articles from Ford's Dearborn Independent in book form.
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