Notice the trend. Around the turn of the century, Jews as their numbers grew started buying up and controlling white-owned newspapers. They dominated the emerging film and television industries early on. For decades, they've dominated the intellectual life of the country, drowning out other people's "message" for their own. The white man's destiny was submerged under new ideas of equality and Marxism. Ideologies primarily created and propagated by Jews, but not believed by most Jews, who held themselves out as the Chosen People. [At this point, you might check out the Jewish quotes in "Rick, Mick & Anti-Semitism."]Year Est. Jewish Pop. Percent 1790 2,500 0.03 1818 3,000 0.03 1826 6,000 0.06 1840 15,000 0.1 1848 50,000 0.2 1860 150,000 0.48 1877 250,000 0.52 1888 400,000 0.6 1897 938,000 1.3 1900 1,058,000 1.4 1917 3,300,000 3.3 1927 4,228,000 3.6 1945 4,771,000 3.7 1957 5,179,000 2.8 1970 5,870,000 2.9 1980 5,920,900 2.7
Between 1887 and 1905 there were several attempts, most notably by the Dutch physicist Hendrik Lorentz, to explain the result of the Michelson-Morely experiment in terms of objects contracting and clocks slowing down when they moved through the ether. However, in a famous paper in 1905, a hitherto unknown clerk in the Swiss patent office, Albert Einstein, pointed out that the whole idea of an ether was unnecessary, providing one was willing to abandon the idea of absolute time. A similar point was made a few weeks later by a leading French mathematician, Henri Poincaré. Einstein's arguments were closer to physics than those of Poincaré, who regarded this problem as mathematical. Einstein is usually given the credit for the new theory, but Poincaré is remembered by having his name attached to an important part of it.Especially in this century, many scientists worked on ideas in parallel. Who gets the major credit is often a matter of who gets published first or of organized public relations afterwards. Who's heard of Poincaré? On the other hand, Einstein is a household word - the epitomé of intelligence. In actuality Einstein earned a place at the table, but not necessarily the biggest plate on the table. Did those dominating the media promote their own over, at least, equally deserving gentiles?