Republican Opponent of Lend-Lease Act Blames International Bankers for World Problems

Republican Opponent of Lend-Lease Act Blames International Bankers for World Problems

President Franklin D. Roosevelt Signing the Lend-Lease Bill
Source: The True Story of the Lend Lease

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Senator Rufus C. Holman (Republican, Oregon), an opponent of the Lend-Lease act and isolationist, gives a speech in the Senate in which he blames "international bankers" (Jews) for the world's problems and expresses admiration of how Hitler has dealt with them.

According to Senator Holman:

"I have always deplored Hitler's ambitions as a conqueror. But he broke the control of these internationalists over the common people of Germany. It would be a good idea if the control of the international bankers over the common people of England was broken, and good if it was broken over the wages and savings of the common people of the United States."

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