“As soon as the Jew gained control of the ‘movies,’ we had a movie problem, the consequences of which are not yet visible. It is the genius of that race to create problems of a moral character in whatever business they achieve a majority.” – Henry Ford1
The movie industry, according to film historian Robert Sklar, was “completely in the hands of respectable, established Anglo-Saxon Protestant Americans,” before Jewish immigrants began taking it over in 1911.2
By 1915, the Jew Carl Laemmle had crushed all of his competitors using every dirty trick at his disposal, and had become head of the largest studio, Universal.
“From this point on,” Neal Gabler writes in An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood, “the Jews would control the movies.”3
- Henry Ford, The International Jew – The World’s Foremost Problem, 1922, p.218 ↩
- Matthew Bernstein, Controlling Hollywood: Censorship and Regulation in the Studio Era, 1999, p.20-21 ↩
- Neal Gabler, An Empire of Their Own: How the Jews Invented Hollywood, 1988, p.64 ↩