The question put in the British House of Commons recently by Mr. Doran, the Conservative member for Tottenham, urging that steps should be taken to prevent alien Jews from Germany entering England, and threatening that if they are allowed to come in while there are three million unemployed in England, there will soon be a Hitler in England, has been seized on by the “Gazeta Warszawska”, the chief organ of the anti-Semitic National Democratic Party, which prints the full discussion, (the Home Secretary’s declaration that there will be no distinction on grounds of religious belief or racial origin) and an editorial article commenting on the significance of such an attitude as Mr. Doran’s being expressed in the British House of Commons.
“It is a sign of the times,” the “Gazeta Warszawska” says. “From Cromwell to Doran is a big step. Jews have enjoyed every opportunity in England for generations. They have held the highest offices in the British Empire. Many Jews have been elevated to the Peerage, and the Sephardic Jew Disraeli was for years Prime Minister, and shaped the policy of Albion.
“That there should be a Doran in England is a veritable revolution, and goes to show that the instinct of self-preservation is beginning to awaken even among those nations who have not realized hitherto the harmfulness of Jews in Europe.
“One swallow does not make a summer,” the “Gazeta” continues, “and the Jews may console themselves for the present that Deputy Doran was alone in the House of Commons. But if the time should come that a large swarm of Jewish emigrants arrives in England from Germany, Mr. Doran will not stand alone any longer and we may expect a row all over England. We shall see that English phlegm will not stomach everything. Events move much more rapidly than world Jewry thinks, or those Aryan elements who are under its influence.
“People in England are beginning to sit up and take notice,” the “Gazeta Warszawska” proceeds in its editorial. “And what are we doing in Poland, where there is more danger of a Jewish invasion from Germany than in any other country in Europe?
“While there was prosperity in Europe, the old liberal doctrines of the 19th century were all very well, people could afford to be tolerant and humanitarian, but when difficulties arise, there is no room for tolerance. When there is not enough to go round for everybody, our own people must have