An instant downloadable version of David Duke’s best-selling book, “Jewish Supremacism.”
By David Duke. In the first few pages of Jewish Supremacism, Duke quotes Dr. Richard Steinlight, a former head of National Affairs for the largest Jewish organisation in the United States. Here is the quotation taken from a 2001 magazine article written by Dr. Steinlight:- ‘I’ll confess it at least, like thousands of other typical kids of my generation I was reared as a Jewish nationalist, even a quasi-separatist. Every summer for two months of ten formative years… I attended Jewish summer camp. There, each morning, I saluted a foreign flag, dressed in a uniform reflecting its colours, sang a foreign national anthem, learned a foreign language… and was taught the superiority of my people to the ‘Gentiles’ who oppressed us. ‘We were taught to view non-Jews as… people less sensitive, intelligent and moral than ourselves.’
This method of quoting major Jewish figures and sources is used hundreds of times in Duke’s book to advance his thesis that there is a powerful Jewish supremacist element in Judaism and Zionism that threatens not only the freedom of the Palestinian people but all nations, including the United States.
Duke also uses direct quotes from the Talmud and other major Jewish sources, such as the Jewish Encyclopedia to expose a long-standing cadre of hateful, anti-Gentile Jewish supremacists.
Shocking quotes are displayed from major Jewish magazines that boast of a Jewish supremacy over the media and politics of the United States.
He finds disturbing and hateful words from Jewish leaders, such as Ariel Sharon, which openly support genocide, and he reveals quotations from Israeli leaders who equate Zionism and Nazism.
Of course, he also cites many prominent Gentiles of historical and contemporary times, but the Jewish quotations and sources have the greatest power.
They are so convincing that Jewish leaders have sought to get the book banned in many nations.
365 pages, over 650 footnotes, complete new index, dozens of illustrations.