Boycott Parley ‘linked’ with Aims of ‘reds’
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Boycott Parley ‘linked’ with Aims of ‘reds’

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Connections between Judaism and Marxism and between Judaism and Freemasonry were clearly shown in the recent London boycott conference, Der Angriff claims.

The links were revealed, the Nazi journal asseverates, in the demands drawn up by the delegates to that parley, which are listed as embracing the following:

“The restoration of the trade unions to their previous rights and the return of their property;

“The removal of specific legislation against citizens and inhabitants of Jewish faith;

“The restoration of their rights;

“The restoration of the Freemason lodges to their previous positions and property.”

Calling the London gathering “the all-Jewish boycott congress,” the Nazi sheet warns:

“This indirect admission of the solidarity of Judaism and Marxism must be closely observed.”


Samuel Untermyer, anti-Nazi boycott leader, is described in the Angriff article, which is headed “The London Comedians,” as “the Jewish lawyer from the United States who is afflicted with persecution mania.”

He is attacked for deliving “his usual incitement speeches, not only against Germany, but also against all other states that have put a bar up against the Jewish boycott agitation.”

Non-Jews who participated in the conference are characterized as “allies from degenerate non-Jewish quarters.”

“The Jewish passion for talking a lot and boasting a lot does have its good effects,” the article concludes. “The comedians of London and their journals deserve our cordial thanks.”

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