Hall of Fame

Who are the hero’s of calling out the Jewish Question … can they all be wrong? Among their number are the world’s richest man, America’s greatest general, the patriarch of America’s most famous political family, the most popular man in America, the world’s greatest chess player, the most popular radio personality in pre-television America, and the world’s greatest poet.


Charles Lindbergh Jr in his Des Moines 1941 Speech on September 11 “ironically”, identifying the 3 groups agitating for America to enter WWII … FDR’s administration, Britain and “the Jews”.  Read speech   Up til that speech Lindbergh was the most popular man in America and was being cajoled to run for President.  The fear of this happening is memorialized in the Jewish imagination by famed Jewish writer Philip Roth in The Plot Against America Read more

The fact that Lindbergh’s son was kidnapped and found murdered in 1932, and that fingers point toward Jewish figures in the mafia, appears to indicate that they were trying to preemptively derail any possible political power he might attain.


Charles Lindbergh Sr.

“This [Federal Reserve Act] establishes the most gigantic trust on earth. When the President (Woodrow Wilson) signs this bill, the invisible government of the monetary power will be legalized….the worst legislative crime of the ages is perpetrated by this banking and currency bill.”


General George Patton, the most popular man in America in 1945.  Patton said that when we fought Germany we fought the wrong enemy in WWII, and that we should’ve fought the Soviet Union.  Patton was assassinated by a Jewish hit man for his vocal opposition to the post war policy of Truman. Read more


Henry Ford, the richest man in America at the time, bought a newspaper in order to publish his warnings about Jewish finance and political power in America and the world.  His warnings are compiled in The International Jew: The World’s Foremost Problem  Read 497 page pdf


Charles Coughlin, the most popular mass media preacher at the time, warned millions of Americans about Jewish power in his radio addresses in the 1930s.  But Coughlin was forced off the airwaves due to his opposition to the Jews.  Father Coughlin was a Catholic priest based near Detroit, Michigan.


Bobby Fischer, perhaps the greatest chess player who ever lived, spoke vociferously against the Jews.  Fischer was Jewish himself but spoke boldly against his own people, and was demonized in the media ultimately because of it.


Ezra Pound, maybe the greatest American poet of the 20th Century, decried Jewish finance and power in the 1930s on the radio in Italy.  Astoundingly, Pound mentored 4 Nobel Prize winners including Ernest Hemingway, T.S. Eliot, James Joyce and William Butler Yeats yet he never had the prize bestowed upon himself.  Pound was eventually extradited to America and forced into a mental institution for his views.


Joseph Kennedy, patriarch of the Kennedy family and father of JFK and RFK.  Kennedy fought Jewish power and hoped his sons would break it’s back.  As Ambassador to Britain during WWII he was against America entering the war.


James Forrestal, America’s first Secretary of Defense.


Louis Thomas McFadden (July 25, 1876 – October 1, 1936) was a Republican member of the United States House of Representatives from Pennsylvania, serving from 1915 to 1935. A banker by trade, he was an opponent of the Federal Reserve System


Pope Leo XIII, head of the world’s largest Christian organization and 4th longest serving Pope in Catholic history, was a vociferous opponent of Jewish Communism and Freemasonry.