The International Jew by Henry Ford the Most Bigoted Book Ever Written Since Adolf Hitler’s Mein Kampf

Please contact the Internet Archive and ask them to censor this hate book, before bigots download this book and upload it everywhere on the Internet. Please contact The Internet Archive, before bigots download this book and turn it into an audiobook (written in 2015).

Hate update 2017: Alex Linder turned this book into a radio program! Do you see what happens when we don’t get these books deleted off the Internet? Let’s hope they don’t start making videos about them!


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January 1, 2017   Posted in: Anti-Defamation League, Anti-Semitism, B'nai B'rith, Jewish American Heritage Month, Jewish Extremism, Jewish Heritage, Jewish History, Jewish Racism, Jewish Supremacism, Jews, White Nationalism, White Supremacism, Zionism |

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