Hannah Arendt

Unfortunately, Antisemitism as well as various forms of totalitarianism are still present today. 

The excerpts from Arendt’s book ‘The origins of Totalitarianism’ address the Rothschilds and Jewish bankers conspiracy. I will not write a summary because I do not feel that it would be adequate. 

Arendt was a Jew who fled the Holocaust. She reported on the Holocaust trial of a Nazi war criminal, Adolf Eichmann for the American magazine, New Yorker. She introduced the phrase ‘the banality of evil’. Arendt concluded that Eichmann was not a monster; he was merely a bureaucrat. This controversial statement made her very unpopular amongst fellow Jews who ostracised her. 

More information:

The Social Psychology Of Cults And Totalitarianism at Mary Ward Centre



Stalin and Jewish world order
Elders of Zion and Freemasons
Antisemitism and Dreyfus affair


Zionist minority
Nazis and (pseudo) science.


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