During WW1, the most powerful Jews in the world saw an opportunity. The US public was against entering WW1, but because of their control of major media and influence on top American politicians they were financing, including the president, Woodrow Wilson, they could change that. They offered to bring the US into WW1 in return for the British empire giving them a Jewish protectorate in Palestine, which later became the state of Israel.
A private deal between global elites that changed the course of WW1 and human history forever.
It sounds like a conspiracy theory, because it is. A real one. And it's all documented in the very public "Balfour Declaration."
The guys at the Strike and Mike Podcast explain it all in the clip below. We highly recommend getting behind their paywall and listening to the full version.
Transcript follows below.
About the Strike and Mike and TRS podcasts:
Strike and Mike and the other podcasts on the TRS podcast platform have become required listening for anyone serious about understanding American politics. In a highly professional and competent manner, they analyze topics, including Jewish influence, that others won't.
Hosted by the prolific Eric Striker (editor of the excellent National Justice investigative news site, and regular contributor to the Unz Review) and alt-media heavyweight Mike Enoch. The two have great chemistry, wrapping brilliant hard news and historical analysis in abrasive humor.
Most TRS shows are free to the public, but premium content (like Strike and Mike) is behind a $10 monthly paywall, probably the best value in American journalism today because you get access to several excellent shows for that price. We highly recommend The Daily Shoah with Mike Enoch, Jesse Dunstan, and Alex McNabb, (3X per week), which is a less formal, Joe Rogan style radio talk show. For a more hard news focus, we also recommend the FTN Podcast hosted by Jazzhands McFeels and James Allsup, who deliver fresh dissident angles on mainstream topics that you simply will not hear anywhere else.
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