Stormer Reading List (The Jewish Problem)

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This is a reading list posted by a reader. I have not read most of these, however, I’m certain it is a good list for anyone who wants to have a very serious understanding of the Jewish Problem.

You’ll note that about half of these books are actually written by Jews. It is always best to have a majority of your sources be primary sources, and Jews are the primary source on Jews.

  • E. Michael Jones – The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit and Its Impact on World History (2008)
  • E. Michael Jones – Barren Metal: The History of Capitalism as the Conflict Between Labor and Usury (2014)
  • Louis Israel Newman – Jewish Influence on Christian Reform Movements (1925)
  • Arthur Gilbert – The Vatican Council and the Jews (1968)
  • Hillaire Belloc – The Jew (1922)
  • Herve Ryssen (translated by Carlos Porter) – History of Anti-Semitism (2018)
  • Vicomte Leon De Poncins – Freemasonry and Judaism: Secret Powers Behind Revolution (no date)
  • Leon Poliakov – Jewish Bankers and the Holy See: From the Thirteenth to the Seventeenth Century (1977)
  • Ari Joskowicz – The Modernity of Others: Jewish Anti-Catholicism in Germany and France (2014)
  • Joachim Prinz – Popes from the Ghetto: A View of Medieval Christendom (1966)
  • David Graeber – Debt: The First 5,000 Years (2012)
  • Stephen Mitford Goodson – A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind (2017)
  • Ariel Toaff – Blood Passover, or The Bloody Satanic Sacrifice Rituals of the Jewish Race (it goes by different names nowadays online)
  • Edith Starr Miller (or Lady Queenborough) – Occult Theocrasy (Volumes I & 2) (1933)



  • Kagan/Morgan – Atlantic Diasporas: Jews, Conversos, and Crypto-Jews in the Age of Mercantilism, 1500-1800 (2009)
  • Johnathan Israel – European Jewry in the Age of Mercantilism, 1550-1750 (1985)
  • Bernard S. Bachrach – Early Medieval Jewish Policy in Western Europe (1977)
  • Allan Harris Cutler/Helen Cutler – The Jew As The Ally of The Muslim: Medieval Roots of Anti-Semitism (1986)
  • Albert Montefiore Hyamson – A History of The Jews In England (1908)
  • William Thomas Walsh – Phillip II (1937)
  • Dominic Green – Spies, Shakespeare, and the Plot to Poison Queen Elizabeth: The Double Life of Doctor Lopez (2003)
  • Andree Aelion Brooks – The Woman Who Defied Kings: The Life and Times of Dona Gracia Nasi, A Jewish Leader During the Renaissance (2002)
  • Cecil Roth – A History of the Marranos (1932)
  • Michael A. Meyer – German-Jewish History in Modern Times (4 Volumes) (1996)
  • Edward Goldberg – Jews and Magic in Medici Florence (2011)
  • William Chester Jordan – The French Monarchy and the Jews: From Philip Augustus to the Last Capetians (1989)
  • Benzion Netanyahu – The Origins of the Inquisition in Fifteenth Century Spain (1998)
  • William O. McCagg Jr. – A History of the Habsburg Jews, 1670-1918 (1989)



  • Selma Stern – The Court Jew: A Contribution to the History of the Period of Absolutism in Central Europe (1950)
  • Nahum Sokolow – History of Zionism (1600-1918) (1969)
  • Werner Sombart – The Jews and Modern Capitalism (1911)
  • Sir Richard F. Burton – The Jew, The Gypsy, and El Islam (1898)
  • Rebecca Goldstein – Betraying Spinoza: The Renegade Jew Who Gave Us Modernity (2006)
  • Willi Goetschel – Spinoza’s Modernity: Mendelssohn, Lessing, and Heine (2004)
  • Gedalia Yogev – Diamonds and Coral: Anglo-Dutch Jews and Eighteenth Century Trade (1978)
  • Derek J. Penslar – Shylock’s Children: Economics and Jewish Identity in Modern Europe (2001)
  • Jonathan Karp – The Politics of Jewish Commerce: Economic Thought and Emancipation in Europe, 1638-1848 (2008)
  • Michael Goldfarb – Emancipation: How Liberating Europe’s Jews from the Ghetto Led to Revolution (2009)
  • Marsha Keith Schuchard – Masonic Rivalries and Literary Politics from Jonathan Swift to Henry Fielding (2018)
  • Alfred D. Low – Jews in the Eyes of the Germans: From The Enlightenment to Imperial Germany (1979)
  • Paul Lawrence Rose – German Question/Jewish Question: Revolutionary Antisemitism from Kant to Wagner (1990)
  • Brian Ogren – Kabbalah and the Founding of America: The Early Influence of Jewish Thought in the New World (2021)



  • Jonathan Israel – Revolutionary Jews from Spinoza to Marx: The Fight for a Secular World of Universal and Equal Rights (2021)
  • Robert Wistrich – Revolutionary Jews from Marx to Trotsky (1976)
  • Heinrich von Treitschke – History of Germany in the Nineteenth Century (abridged or unabridged) (1975)
  • Arthur Hertzberg – The French Enlightenment and the Jews: The Origins of Modern Anti-Semitism (1968)
  • Franz Kobler – Napoleon And The Jews (1976)
  • Chaim Bermant – The Cousinhood: A Vivid Account of the English-Jewish Aristocracy (1971)
  • W.E. Mosse – The German-Jewish Economic Elite, 1820-1935: A Socio-Cultural Profile (1989)
  • Marcel Stoetzler – The State, The Nation, And The Jews: Liberalism and the Antisemitism Dispute in Bismarck’s Germany (2008)
  • Abigail Green – Moses Montefiore: Jewish Liberator, Imperial Hero (2010)
  • Stanley Weintraub – Disraeli: A Biography (1993)
  • Joseph Banister – England Under The Jews (1907)
  • Charles Edward Russell – Haym Salomon and The Revolution (1930)
  • Bertram Wallace Korn – American Jewry and the Civil War (1951)
  • Robert H. Williams – The Ultimate World Order (as pictured in “The Jewish Utopia”) (1930s)



  • Daniel Greene – The Jewish Origins of Cultural Pluralism (2011)
  • Gregg Ivers – To Build a Wall: American Jews and the Separation of Church and State (1995)
  • Cecile Tormay – An Outlaw’s Diary (1923)
  • Alexander Jacob – Eugen Duhring On The Jews (1997)
  • Theodor Fritsch – The Riddle of the Jews’ Success (2012)
  • Alfred Rosenberg – The Track of the Jew Through the Ages (2014)
  • Henry Ford – The International Jew (1920)
  • David Duke – The Secret Behind Communism (2013)
  • Martin Gilbert – Churchill and the Jews: A Lifelong Friendship (2007)
  • Breitman/Lichtman – FDR and the Jews (2013)
  • David Irving – Hitler’s War (1990)
  • Robert B. Stinnett – Day of Deceit: The Truth about FDR and Pearl Harbor (2000)
  • Ben Weintraub – The Holocaust Dogma of Judaism: The Keystone of the New World Order (1995)
  • Donatella Di Cesare – Heidegger and the Jews: The Black Notebooks (2014)



  • Yuri Slezkine – The Jewish Century (2004)
  • Arthur Liebman – Jews and The Left (1979)
  • Benjamin Ginsberg – The Fatal Embrace: Jews And The State (1993)
  • Neal Gabler – An Empire of Their Own: How The Jews Invented Hollywood (1988)
  • Michael E. Staub – The Jewish 1960s: An American Sourcebook (2004)
  • Murray Friedman – The Neoconservative Revolution: Jewish Intellectuals and the Shaping of Public Policy (2005)
  • Wilmot Robertson – The Dispossessed Majority (1976)
  • Kevin MacDonald – The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-Century
  • Intellectual and Political Movements (1998)
  • Christopher Bollyn – Solving 9-11: The Deception That Changed The World (2012)
  • Ron Unz – The Myth of American Meritocracy and Other Essays (2016)
  • Benjamin Garland – Merchants of Sin (2017)
  • Vicky Ward – Kushner Inc. (2018)
  • Patrick Radden Keefe – Empire of Pain: The Secret History of the Sackler Dynasty (2021)
  • Johnathan Kaufman – The Last Kings of Shanghai: The Rival Jewish Dynasties That Helped Create Modern China (2020)

I am not sure anyone has time to read all of those books. I certainly do not. However, it is clear that if you did have time to read all of those books, you would have a full understanding of the Jewish problem and its place in history.

We can talk a lot about the modern situation with relation to Jews, and I think that’s most important. But how about the fact that Moslems were aligned with Jews against Christians all throughout the Middle Ages, more or less up until the formation of the state of Israel?

What are the bigger implications of that? Well, for one, if Zionist Christianity is correct, that would mean that all Christians throughout history were wrong, and the Moslems are the actual heroes of history, and Christian Europe should have surrendered to Islam in order to help the Jews.

I am just picking one example of a historical understanding of Jews that most people do not have that you can only really gain through study (as opposed to just following world events and following trails back to the 1960s Jewish revolutions and the Jew Frankfurt School).

The Jews are not simply casting a shadow over modernity, they are the shadow cast over all of Christendom since they murdered Our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ 2,000 years ago.

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THE INTERNATIONAL JEW, by Henry Ford is a down-to-earth, impeccably researched and quite enjoyable read. I'd recommend it to anyone.

Carolyn Yeager and Hadding Scott did a fantastic reading of this epic book (each installment covers one of 85 chapters). So if you prefer audio then this is the way to go.

 
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Stephen Mitford Goodson – A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind (2017) is one of the best book to read in order to understand the history of banking and money, and a necessary read to understand why it was needed to dispose of certain rulers throughout history in order for the central bankers to gain full control.
 

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I am waiting for coltraines book list. This is timely I was going to ask him today if he could post his book list. He made a great post earlier about the jews in Venice and ottoman empire using once government against the other.
 

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I am waiting for coltraines book list. This is timely I was going to ask him today if he could post his book list. He made a great post earlier about the jews in Venice and ottoman empire using once government against the other.
There was a very long book list on the old bbs. I think it was started by someone called "steele" or something like that, I don't know if anyone copied it to this site.
 

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Judith Shapiro wrote this paper "The Shetar: how Jewish law became English law."

Jews followed the Norman's over to England after the conquest in 1066 (I read elsewhere they financed it). This paper admits that Jews financed the 1170 invasion of Ireland.

Jews had courts set up for their business. Jews collected taxes, which had to be paid in gold and silver, which Jews monopolised.

There a lot of give aways in this short paper.

 
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The original Mr. Jacobs: a startling exposé

"The Original Mr. Jacobs: a Startling Exposé‚ is a book based largely on the two volumes of the epochal work of Douard Drumont, called *La France juive* (Paris, 1885). The author has paraphrased and supplemented the parts of Drumont's much longer work that were specially applicable in the United States."

 

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Thanks for this list, AA. I'm very pleased to see that E. Michael Jones comes at the top of this list, because his work is pivotal to understanding the depth of the Jewish problem in the West, which later Protestant/Deist/Atheistic writers cannot begin to fathom. I've read the two tomes mentioned (Barren Metal is a work of genius IMHO), but I totally get how "ain't nobody got time for that", so my life's work is working out how to condense these ideas into a far more amenable and entertaining form for people who aren't obsessives like myself. I'm personally most interested in the medieval period of Jewish-Gentile relations, as this is, in my opinion, when the long-term dynamic of the relationship formed, and it is a dynamic that is still prevalent in the Jewish mind, at a time when we can see there were three layers of society, the peasantry, the oligarchs and the king. The Jews still see us as Catholic peasants, and they are still the oligarchic water-carriers (or indeed, now the oligarchs themselves), and it's why they shat themselves when Trump was elected, because traditionally the Catholic King was the counter-weight to oligarchic/Jewish power, and had the juridical power to save the peasants from oligarchic/Jewish oppression (usually economic predation).

Three crucial books I would add to this list are the following, and it is no coincidence that I was put on the trail of two of them by E. M. Jones himself, who sees them as key texts for understanding the world.

William Cobbett: A History of the Protestant Reformation of England and Ireland (1827). This blows open the beginnings of the Anglo "New World Order", showing how the later titled "Reformation" was simply a massive land/power/wealth grab by the oligarchs in England, and was the beginnings of oligarchic control of the land. It was later given a theological gloss to confuse people (as it still continues to confuse them), but the reality is that the "Reformation" as it was euphemistically called, had nothing to do with theological gripes, and everything to do with an oligarchic coup, the same way that The Great Reset is a euphemism for the degrading slavery that the descendants and benefactors of those who inherited the spoils of Church land wish to place us in. It's not an easy read, but well worth your time. Without the "Reformation" in England, we would not have the modern world as it currently is. The book was a smash-hit around the world, but it was treated to "dynamic silence" by the press in Britain, who knew it hit directly over the mark. In that sense it was the Culture of Critique of its time, but it is still relevant today because it explains how all roads of global political and economic subversion lead back to London. Lolsily, a bi-centenary of Cobbett's work was cancelled in 2021 for his anti-Semitism, as the J's know that this guy is someone who blows open the secrets to J-power in the West, and they want to make sure his work and historical activism stay a secret (he was a successful one-man campaign to stop the J's gaining full civil rights in Britain, and they had to wait until he was dead to try again). He was an extremely prolific journalist, a self-taught and self-made man, wrote and published his own penny newspaper with the common man in mind, and was a key mover in the political zetigeist, despite being only one guy. He was persecuted and exiled, but he fought on to his death. In many ways he reminds me of Anglin.

The second book is R. H. Tawney's Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. Tawney understood, as Juan Donoso Cortés once said, that all great political questions are ultimately religious questions, and our current economic paradigm would not be possible unless traditional Christianity (aka Catholicism) had been denuded of its political power in order to allow usury and reify greed. It's not an easy book to read, especially for someone who has extra demands on their time, so I'll dig out a review I did of this book for a friend for a TL;DR. Because I understand that obsessives like myself are about 0.001% of the population. But for people like Coltraine, I highly recommend it. Coltraine has maybe already read it, like me having bought it the minute he heard it mentioned in an EMJ video (below)


The third book is Kevin Macdonald's magisterial "Separation and Its Discontents", the second book of the Jewish trilogy. I personally find it much more useful than the third book, because it shows how gentile societies throughout history, under Jewish oppression, begin to form group evolutionary strategies which mirror the Jewish strategy as a matter of defence (and then offence). Highly insightful book from a man of genius, and very helpful as a guidebook to predict when things will happen.
 

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Here's the review of Religion and the Rise of Capitalism. I don't mean to turn this into a blog-post, but at the same time it might be useful pickings for anybody that doesn't have the time to read deep but turgid books, but would like the benefits of TL;DR from those who have.

Here’s a quick review of the book, Religion and the Rise of Capitalism, by R. H. Tawney (1922). You might be under the impression that the author was a Leftist/socialist, but this is an idea that may have been put out by individuals looking to discredit this author and stop people taking an interest in his work (the same way anyone decrying child factory labour in the early 1800s was labelled a Jacobin). His commentary on the wrongs done to the English peasants are merely statements of fact, and he is no more socialist than Cobbett. I'm also writing this review for the fact that, while you might not have time to read the book yourself, you can recommend the book to Englishmen who may want books they can read to understand the deepest machinations of their nation's spiritual history. Similar recommendations in this vein would be Cobbett's A History of the English Reformation, and Cobbett's Legacy to Parsons (about the creation of the Church of England as a political tool of the aristocracy, in order to castrate the moral force of the Church against their interests). Feel free to share or use any part of this review in any way that you may find useful.

Tawney is an incredibly learned, erudite man, of the type that simply do not exist anymore, and the century-old text is quite dense, assuming a high level of education on the part of the reader, including an intimate knowledge of English history, the Classics, the Bible, Latin, French and German. Thus, what is presented in this book is more of a scholarly commentary on English history rather than the history itself, so it is a slow read, but a very worthy one, as you are aware that you are getting insight you won't get anywhere else, and certainly not in this century.

The book traces the English mentality towards economics and society from medieval times (pre-Reformation) to the 20th century, and the thesis is that, the Reformation first broke away from the Catholic Canon Law understanding of economics as falling under the moral purview of the Church, and having to be regulated as any other sphere of human activity. However, over the years, after the theological revolution that was the Reformation, and with historical developments (e.g. the post-monastic land redistribution, the discovery of the New World, the new trade route around the Horn of Africa allowing for new region of economic exploitation and markets), the various Protestant sects, particularly in Puritanism, came to see economic activity as a personal matter, not one for the Church. Puritanism in particular was the religion which created the English individualistic mentality par excellence, and allowed for unfettered enterprise and capitalist gain. Under Puritanism, God blessed the rich (who were the Elect, or else why would he allow them to be rich?) and the poor were poor not because of circumstances outside of their control, but because of character failings, and so no charity should be given them (a clear break from the medieval mindset). The Puritan mindset, or economic expediency triumphing all other considerations, had been the rising spirit of discontent behind the English Civil Wars, and prevailed after the Restoration.

Now a knowledge of this era is important, because it effectively turned Christianity into a branch of Judaism, with materialistic Jewish values. It is important because when people talk about "Christianity" and a "return to Christianity", what they mean by this must be precise. Because it can be argued that in terms of moral understanding, large parts of England did not follow gospel doctrine from at least around 1650 (one might argue even a century before), but professed themselves to be devout Christians, the same way today we have church-going "Christians" who fully espouse the LGBT agenda. Any Christianity which we recover today as part of the fightback must return to the Canon Law values of wanting the good for society as a whole, and the economy serving man (not the reverse), but at the same time, as Tawney himself points out, part of the problem in using the Canon Law to try to combat the excesses of the early modern economy was that it was written for a much simpler, feudal time, and its precepts no longer fit what was, even in the modern period, a technological, globalised society. Since then, theologians have sought to reconcile the complexities of the modern economic system with Christianity as it is taught in the gospel, and perhaps the person who has come closer to working out a system is Heinrich Pesch of the 20th century, but as you probably know, real Christian economics have never been tried in the modern world. And barring some kind of catastrophe, they will never be tried, because they necessarily limit the excesses and monopolies of those at the top, and they put the common good, particularly the spiritual good (the saving of souls) at the centre of society, and not the profit motive.

Finally, this book is worth reading because it shows the Englishman how the religious soil was tilled in preparation for the arrival of the true masters of paper-money finance in the late 18th-early 19th century, and how the culture was made amenable to their machinations. To give an example (mine), if a foreign tribe came into England and began fucking dogs in the street as part of their culture, and rather than the disgusted locals beating them to death with big sticks, the locals watch the dogfucking admiringly, try to pick up tips on technique, and are desperate to take part, one might reasonably assume that the fault with the situation lies not only with the dogfuckers, but with the host population who have been denuded of a moral compass to immediate see the degeneracy of the action before their eyes. (Interestingly, with the Jewish entry to Britain, it was the common people who protested most strongly at the idea of Jews getting parliamentary power, and the Jews had to wait another century before getting their aim - books recommended for more on this is The Cousinhood by Chaim Bermant, which documents the beginnings of Anglo-Jewish power in the UK and Frank Felsenstein’s Anti-Semitic Stereotypes: A Paradigm of Otherness in English Popular Culture, 1660-1830, which documents civil unrest following the passing of the Jew Bill of 1753, leading the government to back down and repeal the bill, then William Cobbett’s pushback against their second attempt in 1830).

I mention the Jews here, because as you know, the standard take from the Right these days is, "it's the Jews!", and while there is a lot of truth to this, to honestly act as if every evil in the world is the result of a foreign tribe, and without them we all be would skipping hand-in-hand around the daisies in the sunshine, is simply facile. Notably, the Jews are only mentioned in passing, once or twice, in the text, as this is a text about the English, a people whose own theological decisions led them onto this current path. (One might usefully see the English middle-class Puritan of yesteryear as the English middle-class virtue-signaller of today, and the Puritan seeds in New England as bearing the fruit of Libertarianism and Anarcho-Capitalism in the USA, all Jewish inspirations aside.)

I'll finish with giving you some salient quotes from the book (it's difficult to pick out passages which are meaningful on their own - the book reads as a whole, and others I'm sure would make different choices - but this will give you some idea of Tawney's style and intellectual level).


From the chapter "The Medieval Background: The Sin of Avarice":

"The most fundamental difference between medieval and modern economic thought consists, indeed, in the fact that, whereas the latter normally refers to economic expediency, however it may be interpreted, for the justification of any particular action, policy, or system of organisation, the former starts from the position that there is a moral authority to which considerations of economic expediency must be subordinated."

"To take usury is contrary to Scripture; it is contrary to Aristotle; it is contrary to nature, for it is to live with labour; it is to sell time, which belongs to God, for the advantage of wicked men..."



From the chapter "The Medieval Background: The Ideal and the Reality" (about the shortcomings in the Catholic attempts to regulate economic activity, despite their best, "heroic" efforts):

"If it is proper to insist of the prevalence of avarice and greed in high places, it is not less important to observe that men called these vices by their right names, and had not learned to persuade themselves that greed was enterprise and avarice economy."

"It is to be found in the insistence of medieval thinkers that society is a spiritual organism, not an economic machine, and that economic activity, which is one subordinate element within a vast and complex unity, requires to be controlled and repressed by reference to the moral ends for which it supplies the material means. So merciless is the tyranny of economic appetites, so prone to self-aggrandisement the empire of economic interests, that a doctrine which confines them to their proper sphere, as the servant, not the master, of civilisation, may reasonably be regarded as among the pregnant truisms which are a permanent element of any sane philosophy."



From the chapter "The Church of England: The Land Question" (about the looting of the English monasteries):

"The Christian prince, strove, but not, poor child, as those that prevail. The classes whose backing was needed to make the Reformation a political success had sold their support on terms which made it inevitable that it should be a social disaster. The upstart aristocracy of the future had their teeth in the carcass, and, having tasted blood, they were not to be whipped off by a sermon."

"The men who had invested in the Reformation when it was still a gambling stock naturally nursed the security, and denounced the revolting peasants as communists, with the mystical reverence for the rights of property which is characteristic in all ages of the nouveaux riches."



From "The Church of England: Religious Theory and Social Policy" (this chapter also deals at length with the Enclosures, and the pushback against them, which you might find interesting):

"The opinion of the practical man on questions of economic conduct was in the sixteenth century in a condition of even more than its customary confusion. A century before, he had practised extortion and been told that it was wrong; for it was contrary to the law of God. A century later, he was to practise it and be told that it was right; for it was in accordance with the law of nature."

"To both the State is something more than an institution created by material necessities or political convenience. It is the temporal expression of spiritual obligations. It is a link between the individual soul and the supernatural society of which all Christian men are held to be members. It rests not merely on practical convenience, but on the will of God."

"The pulpit was the channel through which official information was conveyed to the public and the duty of obedience inculcated." (A reminder that with the demise of official religion, the pulpit does not disappear, but rather its place is taken by the MSM.)



From "The Church of England: The Growth of Individualism":

"Most significant of all, economic interests were already appealing to the political theory which, when finally systematised by Locke, was to prove that the State which interferes with property and business destroys its own title to exist."

"The change had begun before the Civil War. It was completed with the Restoration, and still more, with the Revolution. In the eighteenth century it is almost superfluous to examine the teaching of the Church of England as to social ethics. For it brings no distinctive contribution, and, except by a few eccentrics, the very conception of the Church as an independent moral authority, who standards may be in sharp antithesis to social conventions, has been abandoned. An institution which possesses no philosophy of its own inevitably accepts that which happens to be fashionable."

"Naturally, again, such an attitude precluded a critical examination of institutions, and left as the sphere of Christian charity only those parts of life which could be reserved for philanthropy, precisely because they fell outside that larger area of normal human relations, in which the promptings of self-interest provided an all-sufficient motive and rule of conduct. It was, therefore, in the sphere of providing succour for the non-combatants and for the wounded, not in inspiring the main army, that the social work of the Church was conceived to lie. Its characteristic expressions in the eighteenth century were the relief of the poor, the care of the sick, and the establishment of schools. In spite of the genuine, if somewhat unctuous, solicitude for the spiritual welfare of the poorer classes, which inspired the evangelical revival, it abandoned the fundamental brain-work of criticism and construction to the rationalist and humanitarian."



From "The Puritan Movement: The Triumph of the Economic Virtues" (this chapter also contains a lot of useful information about who had involvement, financial and otherwise, in the Civil Wars):

"Those who seek God in isolation from their fellowmen, unless trebly armed for the perils of the quest, are apt to find, not God, but a devil, whose countenance bears an embarrassing resemblance to their own. The moral self-sufficiency of the Puritan nerved his will, but it corroded his sense of social solidarity. For, if each individual's destiny hangs on a private transaction between himself and his Maker, what room is left for human intervention? [...] A spiritual aristocrat, who sacrificed fraternity to liberty, he drew from his idealization of personal responsibility a theory of individual rights, which, secularized and generalized, was to be among the most potent explosives that the world has known. He drew from it also a scale of ethical values, in which the traditional scheme of Christian virtues was almost exactly reversed, and which, since he was above all things practical, he carried as a dynamic into the routine of business and political life."

"To such a generation, a creed which transformed the acquisition of wealth from a drudgery or a temptation into a moral duty was the milk of lions. It was not that religion was expelled from practical life, but that religion itself gave it a foundation of granite. In that keen atmosphere of economic enterprise, the ethics of the Puritan bore some resemblance to those associated later with the name of Smiles. The good Christian was not wholly dissimilar from the economic man."



From "The Puritan Movement: The New Medicine for Poverty": (this chapter also contains a lot of historical content about the Enclosures and the Poor Laws, including philanthropic discussion on whether to introduce slavery, which may be of interest to the general historian).

"The pursuit of economic self-interest, which is the law of nature, is already coming to be identified by the pious with the operation of the providential plan, which is the law of God."

"Few tricks of the unsophisticated intellect are more curious than the naïve psychology of the business man, who ascribes his achievements to his own unaided efforts, in bland unconsciousness of a social order without whose continuous support and vigilant protection he would be as a lamb bleating in the desert. That individualist complex owes part of its self-assurance to the suggestion of Puritan moralists, that practical success is at once the sign and the reward of ethical superiority."

"A society which reverences the attainment of riches as the supreme felicity will naturally be disposed to regard the poor as damned in the next world, if only to justify itself for making their life a hell in this."



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Stephen Mitford Goodson – A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind (2017) is one of the best book to read in order to understand the history of banking and money, and a necessary read to understand why it was needed to dispose of certain rulers throughout history in order for the central bankers to gain full control.

Thanks for posting Coltraine's list Andrew and thank you Coltraine, also I have an announcement to make about one of the best books on that list which is A History of Central Banking by Stephen Goodson. The newest editions have removed some information about the Jews and in doing so make the book seem more conspiratorial than it originally was because they removed some of the pictures of source material and they removed entire paragraphs about the historical Jewish problem in some Chapters.

I recently purchased 2 new versions of the book to give away to some people I know and I won't be doing that anymore because the new versions have omitted extremely important information. The one's called the 4th Edition contain omissions.

I emailed the publishing company about them removing information and said that I should just file a lawsuit for false advertisement since they were sued by groups of Jews to remove information from the book in the first place then not telling anyone what they removed. So they gave me my money back after my complaints.

So please be aware and purchase the original editions of Stephen Goodson's book even though the original versions are worth a lot more money now.


FYI Newest Editions of Stephen Goodson's A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind contain omissions. The second Jewish Migration in Chapter 2 is omitted entirely.
 
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Thanks for posting Coltraine's list Andrew and thank you Coltraine, also I have an announcement to make about one of the best books on that list which is A History of Central Banking by Stephen Goodson. The newest editions have removed some information about the Jews and in doing so make the book seem more conspiratorial than it originally was because they removed some of the pictures of source material and they removed entire paragraphs about the historical Jewish problem in some Chapters.

I recently purchased 2 new versions of the book to give away to some people I know and I won't be doing that anymore because the new versions have omitted extremely important information. The one's called the 4th Edition contain omissions.

I emailed the publishing company about them removing information and said that I should just file a lawsuit for false advertisement since they were sued by groups of Jews to remove information from the book in the first place then not telling anyone what they removed. So they gave me my money back after my complaints.

So please be aware and purchase the original editions of Stephen Goodson's book even though the original versions are worth a lot more money now.


FYI Newest Editions of Stephen Goodson's A History of Central Banking and the Enslavement of Mankind contain omissions. The second Jewish Migration in Chapter 2 is omitted entirely.
That’s very disappointing. I heard a podcast sometime last year I believe it was on the Andrew Carrington Hitchcock show. I would post it here, but ACH only keeps shows up for download on his website going back to months. Anyway he regularly interviews a South African pastor and missionary whose name is Peter Hammond. Hammond is a brilliant scholar and historian in his own right, and he knew Goodson and met him several times before the older man’s death.If you’ve ever listen to Hitchcock you know that there is no whitewashing of the Jewish question on his program. It might still be possible to find Hammond discussing Goodson’s work somewhere in a more Frank way than his publishers apparently believe is acceptable.

Goodson says in his introduction that he found his information and research inspiration through his time working on the board of the national bank of South Africa.
 

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Judith Shapiro wrote this paper "The Shetar: how Jewish law became English law."

Jews followed the Norman's over to England after the conquest in 1066 (I read elsewhere they financed it). This paper admits that Jews financed the 1170 invasion of Ireland.

Jews had courts set up for their business. Jews collected taxes, which had to be paid in gold and silver, which Jews monopolised.

There a lot of give aways in this short paper.

This is good on England, the Jews, the Normans and Plantagenets:

 

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I would probably also like to add "200 years together" by Alexandr Solzhenitsyn. Hitler's "Mein Kampf" and "From Moses to Lenin" by Dietrich Eckart.
 

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This reading list is fantastic, but a lot of these books are weighty tomes (for example EMJ's latest edition of The Jewish Revolutionary Spirit is over 1000 pages).

If anybody is looking for a brief, but comprehensive, primer on the Jews, the Catholic Church put out a wonderful explainer on the Jews in 1890, back when the Church still adhered to scripture and tradition with respect to the Jewish Question.



Link: http://catholicapologetics.info/apologetics/judaism/jewrope.htm
 

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A couple of books that could be added to that list are:

Martin Luther: The Jews and their Lies
Jüri Lina: Architects of Deception

These books are not too heavy to read either as some of the tomes in the original list.
 

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recently purchased 2 new versions of the book to give away to some people I know and I won't be doing that anymore because the new versions have omitted extremely important information. The one's called the 4th Edition contain omissions
How is the third edition?

 

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How about The Controversy of Zion by Douglas Reed? We discussed this one previously.

Ever controversial, Douglas Reed delves into the sinister forces behind world unrest and revolution. The Controversy of Zion, can speak for itself; indeed, it is a work of revisionist history and religious exposition the central message of which is revealed in almost every page, understanding and compassionate of people but severely critical of the inordinate and dangerous ambitions of their leaders.
 
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