Nazis, Communists, Klansmen, and Others on the Fringe: Political Extremism in America

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36 National Christian Publishers

National Christian Publishers always has been headed by the Reverend Oren Fenton Potito, former National States Rights party organizer and minister in the Church of Jesus Christ-Christian founded by the Reverend Wesley A. Swift. The group would hardly be worth mentioning except for the fact of a most interesting, blatantly pro-Nazi "Hooray for Adolf Hitler" audiotape Potito has distributed for more than two decades. Entitled Germany and the True Story of the Third Reich, this slick production, narrated by Potito, includes background music that features Handel "Messiah" and German marching songs. Playing time is over one and a half hours. A partial transcript of it has been published in National Christian News, which Polito edits.

Early in the narrative we are informed that Karl Marx's real name was Moses Mordecai Levy and that the international Jews started the Civil War in order to split the United States, weaken it, and take it over. But Abraham Lincoln foiled the Jews' plot, so they had him assassinated. The Jews were then forced to change their plan, which

they did in 1917 by destroying the Tsar, his Christian family and some 30 million Christians while establishing the communist regime. Over 260 Jewish assassins were trained in the lower east side of New York and sent to Russia to forment [sic] revolution and destruction of the Christian Government in that nation.

The reason, says Potito, that the Jews selected Russia for their diabolical plans was that

the Christian Tsar was the only one to send help to America, offering his military power to prevent Jewish controlled England and France from coming in on the side of the Confederacy. This the Jews never forgave the Russian people.

As preposterous as all this seems, it is only the beginning. We are assured that after World War I the Jews gained almost complete control of Germany. "Millions of Christian German people were without work and starving. Thousands died daily." And all the while, Potito tells us, the Jews were financing the Communists, who were destroying Germany from within so that they (the Jews) could "take it over completely. Jews came in with the money of the World, your money, and your forefathers' money that they had stolen." We are told that they "bought up all the starving German people's property." The good Christian

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