Democrats love Frankin Delano Roosevelt. Liberals rank him the No. President after Abraham Lincoln, the Washington Post puts him at No. 4. Obama was praised as being the next FDR or the most successful president since FDR. He is a benchmark for Democrats.
I have talked about the MS St. Louis before. It was a ship full of Jewish refugees from Nazi Germany that tired to dock in the US. The administration of FDR denied them refugee status, using the excuse that there may be German spies on the boat. The St. Louis was sent back to Germany and the people on it were killed in the Holocaust.
That turned out to be the tip of the iceberg of FDR’s Jew hatred.
Last night I read something about FDR that I had never heard before. A story absolutely buried by the American media.
Allow me to introduce you to M Project.
New evidence suggests that as the Jews of Europe were being slaughtered across continent during the Holocaust, President Franklin D. Roosevelt did not want them seeking refuge on American shores.
Tucked away in a secret vault inside the White House during his 12 year tenure as commander-in-chief, the newly revealed documents recently made public via the FDR Library paint a portrait of the President’s plan to ‘spread thin all over the world’ the remains of European Jewry.
Among the files in Roosevelt’s safe was evidence of a secret initiative dubbed the “M Project,” a study he commissioned that outlined options for post-war migration of the millions of Europeans, especially Jews, expected to be displaced by the war, according to Tablet Magazine.
The project was first proposed in the summer of 1942, with Roosevelt enlisting the assistance of former diplomat and writer John Franklin Carter, who ran an informal secret intelligence service for the President, along with Carter’s colleague Henry Field.
“I know that you and Henry Field can carry out this project unofficially, exploratorially, ethnologically, racially, admixturally, miscegenationally, confidentially and, above all, budgetarily,” FDR wrote to Carter in a secret memo authorizing the plan in July 1942.
FDR knew about the Holocaust and knew that the displaced Jews of Europe would want refuge and decided to create a secret project that would prevent them from resetting to America. To this end, he hired vicious Antisemites to help realize his goal of banishing the world’s Jews to the far, uninhabited corners of the Earth.
Roosevelt “also pointed out… that while most South American countries would be glad to admit Jewish immigration, it was on the condition that the Jewish group were not localized in the cities, they want no ‘Jewish colonies,’ ‘Italian colonies,’ etc.”
Keeping with this theme, the president also tasked the committee with determining how to “resettle the Jews on the land and keep them there.”
Hrdlička ultimately refused to participate in the President’s plan after the White House made clear he would not have absolute control of the project.
The next choice was Isaiah Bowman, president of Johns Hopkins University, geographer and outspoken anti-semite. Upon becoming head of the university during the second World War, Bowman fired a number of prominent professors, believing that“There are already too many Jews at Hopkins.”
He was also quoted as saying “Jews don’t come to Hopkins to make the world better or anything like that. They came for two things: to make money and to marry non-Jewish women.”
He later instituted a quota limiting the number of Jewish students allowed into the school and restricted the number of Jewish students allowed to pursue degrees in the fields of science and math
Experts say Roosevelt was well-aware of Bowman’s prejudices, having started a correspondence with him years earlier. In 1938, Roosevelt asked Bowman undertake a study examining how Jewish Europeans resettling in South America would acclimate to the environment.
“Frankly, what I am rather looking for is the possibility of uninhabited or sparsely inhabited good agricultural lands to which Jewish colonies might be sent,” the President wrote to Bowman. He added that “such colonies need not be large but, in all probability, should be large enough for mutual cooperation and assistance—say fifty to one hundred thousand people in a given area.”
As it turns out, it wasn’t just Hitler that wanted a solution to the Jewish question. FDR wanted one too. Literally.
Describing the M Project to UK Prime Minister Winston Churchill in 1943, Roosevelt said the study is focused on “the problem of working out the best way to settle the Jewish question,” adding that the solution “essentially is to spread the Jews thin all over the world,” rather than allow them amass in large numbers in one specific place. The conversation was recorded in the diary of Vice President Henry Wallace, who was present at the meeting.
One more time, from the mouth of US President Franklin Delano Roosevelt:
“the problem of working out the best way to settle the Jewish question”
What stopped this from going forward? Was it that FDR came down with a sudden case of decency? Nope, he went to hell.
The M Project would finally be scrapped by President Harry Truman, who took over as commander-in-chief after Roosevelt died on April 12, 1945. Truman saw the study as a colossal waste of money, which was granted $10,000 a month, and ordered the State Department to pull the funding soon after becoming President.
The documents released from The FDR library really make we wonder how much of FDR’s reluctance to fight in the European theater early on it the war was due to admiration of Hitler. Turns out FDR was also a Jew hating eugenicist interested in blood purity.
Roosevelt didn’t address these issues publicly, but confidential files kept in his personal safe in the White House and released to the public decades after his death, as well as correspondence in his personal files, provide valuable clues. They make it clear that the question of where to settle the Jews had been on FDR’s mind for years. While he was uncertain about whether they would be better off on the slopes of the Andes or the savannahs of central Africa, there was one place he knew he didn’t want them: the United States of America…
The future president remarked that “no sensible American wants this country to be made a dumping ground for foreigners of any nation, but it is equally true that there are a great many foreigners who, if they came here, would make exceedingly desirable citizens. It becomes, therefore, in the first place, a question of selection.” Roosevelt informed his readers that “a little new European blood of the right sort does a lot of good in every community.”
While the column doesn’t define “the right sort,” it provides two examples of good emigrants, those from Southern Germany and Northern Italy. Roosevelt also expressed the opinion that “for a good many years to come European immigration should remain greatly restricted,” and that “foreigners” who had congregated in large American cities should be encouraged to disperse into the heartland. Roosevelt apparently held onto these opinions when he moved into the White House.
Apparently one of the beliefs he felt was that the Japanese could be dealt with via “interbreeding.”
A prominent public intellectual who had dominated American physical anthropology for decades, Hrdlička was convinced of the superiority of the white race and obsessed with racial identity. Shortly after the Pearl Harbor attack he’d written to Roosevelt expressing the view that the “less developed skulls” of Japanese were proof that they were innately warlike and had a lower level of evolutionary development than other races. The president wrote back asking whether the “Japanese problem” could be solved through mass interbreeding.
This really makes you wonder what the ultimate goal of Japanese interment was in the United States. First round up all the Japanese Americans, then…?
I guess the Japanese Americans should start celebrating the death of FDR.
Remember that early on, Hitler wanted to relocate the Jews of Germany to Madagascar.
“The approaching victory gives Germany the possibility, and in my view also the duty, of solving the Jewish question in Europe. The desirable solution is: all Jews out of Europe.” That was how Franz Rademacher, head of the German Foreign Office’s “Jewish desk,” began a memo to the Nazi high command in the summer of 1940. In the document that followed, he spelled out an audacious plan to banish millions of European Jews to the African island of Madagascar. The scheme called for the Jews to have their European citizenship revoked and their property and personal fortunes seized to help fund a new “super-ghetto” in the Indian Ocean. Once resettled, they would languish under the rule of a Nazi SS police force. Rademacher argued that the island reservation could be spun as propaganda to show the world the “generosity” of the German people.
The plan was abandoned because of WWII it it being just to difficult and costly to relocate the Jews. Extermination was quicker, cheaper, and easier.
As these documents from the FDR Library show, FDR pretty much had the same idea as early Hitler. Just round up all the Jews and stick them somewhere in Africa, far away from the the people with “the right blood.”
Between Japanese interment and the M Project, the difference between 1942 FDR and 1938 Hitler was the width of a mustache.
If it were not for a well timed blood clot and the moral character of Harry Truman god knows what would have happened to the Jews and Japanese of America.
For all the Democrats who say that the US elected a Hitler like tyrant as President, they are right. We did it in 1932, 1936, 1940, and 1944; and the Democrats loved him for it.
THIS IS WHY I OWN GUNS.