Date: Fri, 1 June 1969 00:00:00 GMT
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"The Jew is necessarily anti-Christian, by definition, in being
a Jew, just as he is anti-Mohammedan, just as he is opposed
to every principle which is not his own.
Now that the Jew has entered into society, he has become a
source of disorder, and, like the mole, he is busily engaged in
undermining the ancient foundations upon which rests the
Christian State. And this accounts for the decline of nations,
and their intellectual and moral decadence; they are like a
human body which suffers from the intrusion of some foreign
element which it cannot assimilate and the presence of which
brings on convulsions and lasting disease. By his very presence
the Jew acts as a solvent; he produces disorders, he destroys,
he brings on the most fearful catastrophes. The admission of
the Jew into the body of the nations has proved fatal to them;
they are doomed for having received him... The entrance of the
Jew into society marked the destruction of the State, meaning
by State, the Christian State."
(Benard Lazare, Antisemitism, Its History and Causes,
pages 318-320 and 328).