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btaking them over intact as the middle class flees from them blike the plague, while progress that has been made leads bonly to rising expectations and escalated demands for more. bAnd who will be blamed for all this if not the Jew, whose bpresence in the civil rights movement was so prominent? bWho, if not the liberal Jew, will be the major target of bembittered masses of Americans?

b“Then there is the defeat of the United States in bVietnam—and let there be no mistake, it is a defeat. Who bwill be blamed for the humiliation and the needless deaths? bWho will be saddled with the myth of a war that might have bbeen won if not for ‘the stab in the back’? The war which has bpoisoned America and split it into hostile camps, which has bembittered the military and maligned armed-forces leader- bship, will be blamed on the Jew who, again, had so many bnames prominent in opposition to the war. Long after they bwill forget the names of McGovern and McCarthy they will bremember Rubin and Hoffman. As Weimar fell before a blegend of traitors at home, so is there a new myth being bwoven at this moment. Both have the same central bvillain—the Jew.

b“The general anger and bitterness of middle America at bthe Radical Left and its opposition to values long cherished bby them, will once again lead to hostility against those that bare looked upon as the destroyers of the land that once was. bOnce again, the prominence of some Jews in movements bwhich mock and attack the flag, the office of the presidency, band the things that mean so much to the simple American bwill lead to a movement from the middle to the Radical bRight and bitter hatred of the Jew as a whole.

b“The frustration of the average American as he watches bthe mocking and changing of social, moral, and ethical bvalues that he has long cherished, is evident to all. The gap bbetween himself and his children, the spread of pornog- braphy and the change in sexual standards, anger and bfrighten him. Once again he seeks to find some return to b‘true’ values, some way to go back to what he considers bstandards of decency. Once again he yearns for objective band permanent values and people who will give him that. b 

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