by Paul Jones
I have often thought about a quote from the famous British poet born in the U.S., T.S. Eliot: “The cultural battle is the political battle at its deepest level.” Aside from his political ideas, which I mostly find fault with, I believe this to be true.
If we look at music and the direction it has taken over the past hundred years or so, and where we are at and are heading today, it’s clear which group has been running the show. In a book which is a collection of articles in “The Dearborn Independent” commissioned by Henry Ford, “The International Jew-The World’s Foremost Problem: Complete 4 Volumes,” there is an interesting quote from Chapter 48, “How the Jewish Song Trust Makes You Sing,” which follows detailed descriptions of how Jewish “movers and shakers” of the early 20th Century in New York City controlled and promoted…
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