President Franklin D.
Roosevelt's Jewish Cabal Meet the
Jews who plunged America into WWII by
deliberately alienating her from anti-Communist
countries such as Germany and Japan long before
WWII. These Jews also pioneered the idea of
Big Egalitarian Government in America; some of
them were later discovered to have been spies for the Soviet
Union Franklin Delano Roosevelt -- president of
United States of America, 1933-1945; part-Jewish himself
from Dutch-Jewish ancestry. 1. Bernard M. Baruch -- a
financier, and advisor to FDR. 2. Felix Frankfurter --
Supreme Court Justice; a key player in FDR's New Deal
system. 3. David E. Lilienthal -- director of
Tennessee Valley Authority, advisor. The TVA changed the
relationship of government-to-business in America. 4.
David Niles -- presidential aide. 5. Louis Brandeis --
U.S. Supreme Court Justice; close confidante of FDR;
"Father" of New Deal. 6. Samuel I. Rosenman
-- official speechwriter for FDR. 7. Henry
Morgenthau -- Secretary of the Treasury,
"unofficial" presidential advisor. Father of the
Morgenthau Plan to re-structure Germany/Europe after WWII.
8. Benjamin V. Cohen -- State Department official, advisor
to FDR. 9. Rabbi Stephen Wise -- close pal of FDR,
spokesman for the American Zionist movement, head of The
American Jewish Congress. 10. Frances Perkins -- Secretary
of Labor; allegedly Jewish/adopted at birth; unconfirmed.
11. Sidney Hillman -- presidential advisor. 12. Anna
Rosenberg -- longtime labor advisor to FDR, and
manpower advisor with the Manpower Consulting Committee of the
Army and Navy Munitions Board and the War Manpower Commission.
13. Herbert H. Lehman -- Governor of New York, 1933-1942,
Director of U.S. Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation
Operations, Department of State, 1942-1943;
Director-General of UNRRA, 1944 - 1946, pal of FDR. 14. Herbert Feis -- U.S. State Department official, economist, and an adviser on international economic affairs. 15. R. S. Hecht -- financial advisor to FDR. 16. Nathan Margold -- Department of the Interior Solicitor, legal advisor. 17. Jesse I. Straus -- advisor to FDR. 18. H. J. Laski -- "unofficial foreign advisor" to FDR. 19. E. W. Goldenweiser -- Federal Reserve Director. 20. Charles E. Wyzanski -- U.S. Labor department legal advisor. 21. Samuel Untermyer -- lawyer, "unofficial public ownership advisor" to FDR. 22. Jacob Viner -- Tax expert at the U.S. Treasury Department, assistant to the Treasury Secretary. 23. Edward Filene -- businessman, philanthropist, unofficial presidential advisor. 24. David Dubinsky -- Labor leader, president of International Ladies Garment Workers Union. 25. William C. Bullitt -- part-Jewish, ambassador to USSR [is claimed to be Jonathan Horwitz's grandson; unconfirmed]. 26. Mordecai Ezekiel -- Agriculture Department economist. 27. Abe Fortas -- Assistant director of Securities and Exchange Commission, Department of the Interior Undersecretary. 28. Isador Lubin -- Commissioner of Labor Statistics, unofficial labor economist to FDR. 29. Harry Dexter White [Weiss] -- Assistant Secretary of the Treasury; a key founder of the International Monetary Fund, and the World Bank; advisor, close pal of Henry Morgenthau. Co-wrote the Morgenthau Plan. 30. Alexander Holtzoff -- Special assistant, U.S. Attorney General's Office until 1945; [presumed to be Jewish; unconfirmed]. 31. David Weintraub -- official in the Office of Foreign Relief and Rehabilitation Operations; helped create the United Nations; Secretary, Committee on Supplies, 1944-1946. 32. Nathan Gregory Silvermaster -- Agriculture Department official and head of the Near East Division of the Board of Economic Warfare; helped create the United Nations. 33. Harold Glasser -- Treasury Department director of the division of monetary research. Treasury spokesman on the affairs of United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration. 34. Irving Kaplan -- U.S. Treasury Department official, pal of David Weintraub. 35. Solomon Adler -- Treasury Department representative in China during World War II. 36. Benjamin Cardozo -- U.S. Supreme Court Justice 37. Leo Wolman -- chairman of the National Recovery Administration's Labor Advisory Board; labor economist 38. Rose Schneiderman -- labor organizer; on the advisory board of the National Recovery Administration. 39. Jerome Frank -- general counsel to the Agricultural Adjustment Administration, Justice, U.S. Court of Appeals, 1941-57