Israel: Jewish Supremacy in Action
By David Duke
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The Treachery against the
The Jewish people and their history fascinated me. I did not remain quiet as I educated myself about the Jewish question. I discussed what I read with my family, friends, and teachers. Pointing out Jewish hypocrisy caused me to be accused of hatred, intolerance, racism, religious bigotry, and of course anti-Semitism.
It became clear to me that despite the media image of Jews as the most holy and Godlike people on Earth, the Jewish infrastructure has maintained an extreme form of ethnic supremacism. Their supremacism was coupled with intense hatred toward others, nursed from the time of their sojourn in Egypt to the post-Holocaust modern age. Such chauvinism has repeatedly erupted in intolerance and repression. Anyone who dares to expose this record of Jewish hypocrisy, racism, and hatred is defamed by the "Anti-Defamation League" as a hater.
When I would bring up Jewish racism or quote from Jewish scriptures or current Jewish leaders, my teachers were at first taken aback, but would later assure me that such sentiments were part of a remote past or a tiny minority in the present. They told me that Jews of the modern era really did not follow the ethnocentric way of their forefathers. But studying Israel helped me to realize that Jewish supremacism is very much in their present. One of the things that really brought it home to me was an Israeli act of war against America - a treacherous act that elicited only obsequiousness and treason from Americaís media and government.
On July 8, 1967, an American Navy intelligence ship, the U.S.S. Liberty, patrolling off the waters of Israel and the Gaza Strip, came under the fire of jet fighter aircraft and torpedo boats. I recall that I heard the news from my transistor radio while I was on my summer job, scraping the old paint off of a house in New Orleansí Lakeview section. The attack occurred during the Israeli-Arab war of 1967, a war in which America supported Israel. The first news accounts did not identify the attacking parties, and I assumed that the Egyptians, in a supremely brutal and stupid attack, had struck a U.S. vessel in retaliation for our massive support of the Israeli military. A few elected officials had already begun to call for immediate military retaliation on Egypt.
In spite of my growing knowledge of the pernicious nature of Zionism, my deeply embedded patriotism came pouring out. I became angry at Egypt for daring to attack an American vessel. Later on, the reports began to filter in that it was the Israelis who had attacked the American ship, resulting in 171 Americans wounded and 31 dead. The official excuse was that the Israelis had mistaken the Liberty for an Egyptian ship. Over the next few weeks, a great deal of evidence emerged revealing that the attack had been deliberate. But by then the story of the U.S.S. Liberty and the 171 American casualties had dropped from the headlines.
The crew had been ordered not to divulge any information about the attack. When the silence was finally broken years later by Lieutenant James Ennes, an officer aboard the Liberty, that the overwhelming evidence pointed to a cold-blooded attack by the Israelis on an American ship.