The Neutralizers

WELCH, Robert

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Belmont, Mass.: John Birch Society, (1963). Wraps. 55 p. [14515]

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Mr. Welch discusses the relationship between anti-Semitism and the John Birch Society. He believes that anti-Semitism is a diversion from anti-Communism and, indeed, that anti-Semitism is promoted by Communists. He relates an alleged incident in which a Communist infiltrated several branches of the Society and disrupted their activities by introducing anti-Semitic ideas. Welch asserts that "there is a strong indication and considerable logic that Lenin himself forged the so-called 'Protocols of the Elders of Zion,' and planted them in the anti-Communist ranks to serve many longrange purposes." After spending an entire page attempting to buttress this statement he continues: "Now we certainly cannot undertake here to prove any of these probabilities to be fact. And even less shall we go into the extent, now increasingly being studied, to which the Communists initiated and promoted the Nazi movement in Germany. But..." Welch then to analyze in some detail anti-Semitic "neutralizers" on the right, especially such exponents of British-Israelism as Howard Rand and Wesley Swift.


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