Monday, 19 June 2006

Cameron: his Jewish roots

On 11 March 2010, The Jewish Chronicle told us this:
"Last July, Yaakov Wise of Manchester University’s Centre for Jewish Studies traced Mr Cameron’s family tree to 16th-century Jewish scholar Elijah Levita, author of the Yiddish chivalric verse romance, the Bovo-Bukh...

The Tory leader consulted Dayan Ehrentreu, former head of the London Beth Din, about his roots, a meeting he called 'one of the highlights of my year'.

Mr Cameron’s great-great-grandfather, Emile Levita, was a German émigré banker who became a British citizen in 1871. Emile married out and led the life of a country gentleman as the owner of a grouse moor in Wales. His four sons, like Mr Cameron, went to Eton."
David Cameron: his Jewish Roots


Would an émigré be an elite kind of immigrant? Perhaps if the media started calling all immigrants, émigrés, we might love and respect them more? I mean, if it takes the émigré three generations to foist a Prime Minister like Cameron upon us and the mere immigrant just one to stick us with a Labour leader like Ed Miliband, form suggests we have more to fear from the 'immigrant'.

Whatever, our world is being run by a Jewish elite at some level or other. Either Commie (the Milibands' dad was a died-in-the-wool Marxist and his grandad fought for the Soviets' Red Army) or Capitalist, (Levita, as stated above, was an international financier) THEY own the show. That's the thing.

As long ago as 1896, Theordore Herzl, the founder of modern Zionism and the secular Jew most revered by his fellows, told us this in his book, The Jewish State: An Attempt at a Modern Solution of the Jewish Question:
"We, the Jews, are a people - ONE PEOPLE. The world forgets, in its ignorance and narrowness of heart, that WHEN WE SINK, WE BECOME REVOLUTIONARY PROLETARIAT, the subordinate officers of a revolutionary party; WHEN WE RISE, THERE ARISES ALSO OUR TERRIBLE POWER OF THE PURSE."
Thus did Herzl remind us, in a book first seen 21 years before the Russian Revolution, of the cohesiveness and power of his tribe and of its ability to wreak havoc upon the rest.

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