Review “Against Our Better Judgment” by Alison Weir: Documenting The Illegal Creation of Israel & Zionist Control of America

“…While Zionists considered such places as Argentina, Uganda, the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, and Texas, they eventually settled on Palestine for the location of their proposed Jewish State, even though Palestine was already inhabited by a population that was 93-96 percent non-Jewish. The best analysis says the population was 96 percent Muslims and Christians, who owned 99 percent of the land.

…. Numerous Zionist diary entries, letters, and other documents show that they decided to push out these non-Jews – financially, if possible; violently if necessary.”

Against Our Better Judgment Book Review

A number of books have been written documenting the Zionist control of the U.S. government and how Zionists manipulated world events in order to create Israel. Against Our Better Judgment by Alison Weir is one of the best introductory books ever written on these subjects. The following are some things I learned from reading this book:

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1) I had never heard of the elitist Zionist secret society called the Parushim, or that Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis was the head of this organization. Brandeis recruited ambitious young men to work for the Zionist cause and further their careers in the process. Brandeis recruited Felix Frankfurter, then a professor at Harvard Law School, as his paid political lobbyist and lieutenant. This highly unethical arrangement allowed Brandeis to keep his considerable political endeavors hidden from the public. Frankfurter used similar methods when he later became a Supreme Court Justice.

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Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis born to Jewish immigrant parents. Brandeis used the law to promotes social change and was instrumental in shaping the Federal Reserve Act and its questionable passage just before Christmas 1913. Most of Congress were absent as they made their way home for Christmas Eve. Both Brandeis and Felix Frankfurter were under special scrutiny by the American Military Intelligence Division (MID).

2) Against Our Better Judgment documents how Zionists pressured numerous nations in the UN General Assembly into supporting the Zionist partition plan of Israel. For example, Bernard Baruch told France it would lose U.S. aid if it voted against partition. David Niles recruited Harvey Firestone to tell Liberia that Firestone would revoke his planned expansion in Liberia if Liberia voted against partition. Zionist Supreme Court Justice Felix Frankfurter and others pressured the Philippines, while the Latin American delegates were all threatened and bribed into voting yes for the partition. The UN General Assembly Resolution 181 creating partition passed as a result of this intense Zionist pressure.[1]

3) Against Our Better Judgment also has a number of extremely interesting quotes from Jewish authors. For example, Israeli historian Tom Segev states,

“Israel was born of terror, war, and revolution, and its creation required a measure of fanaticism and cruelty.”[2]

Alfred Lilienthal explained in 1953:

“The capture of the American press by Jewish nationalism was, in fact, incredibly complete. Magazines as well as newspapers, in news stories as well as editorial columns, gave primarily the Zionist views of events before, during, and after partition.”[3]

      Against Our Better Judgment has only 93 pages of text and 109 pages of endnotes. Weir’s book is thus succinct and easy to read, while providing extensive documentation and additional material for readers who want to study the subject in more detail. I highly recommend Against Our Better Judgment to anyone interested in how Zionists took over control of the U.S. government and established the nation of Israel.

Excerpt from Against Our Better Judgment:

While Zionists considered such places as Argentina, Uganda, the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, and Texas, they eventually settled on Palestine for the location of their proposed Jewish State, even though Palestine was already inhabited by a population that was 93-96 percent non-Jewish. The best analysis says the population was 96 percent Muslims and Christians, who owned 99 percent of the land.

After the Zionist Congress, Vienna’s rabbis sent two of their number to explore Palestine as a possible Jewish state. These rabbis recognized the obstacle that Palestinians presented to the plan, writing home: “The bride is beautiful, but she is married to another man.” Still, Zionists ultimately pushed forward. Numerous Zionist diary entries, letters, and other documents show that they decided to push out these non-Jews – financially, if possible; violently if necessary.

Political Zionism in the U.S.

The importance of the United States to this movement was recognized from early on. One of the founders of political Zionism, Max Nordau, wrote a few years after the Basle conference, “Zionism’s only hope is the Jews of America.”

At that time, however, and for decades after, the large majority of Jewish Americans were not Zionists. In fact, many actively opposed Zionism. In the coming years, however, Zionists were to woo them assiduously with every means at hand and the extent to which Nordau’s hope was eventually realized is indicated by the statement by a prominent author on Jewish history, Naomi Cohen, writing in 2003, “but for the financial support and political pressure of American Jews… Israel might not have been born in 1948.”

Groups advocating the setting up of a Jewish state had first begun popping up around the United States in the 1880s. Emma Lazarus, the poet whose words would adorn the Statue of Liberty, promoted Zionism throughout this decade. A precursor to the Israeli flag was created in Boston in 1891.

In 1887 President Grover Cleveland appointed a Jewish ambassador to Turkey (seat of the Ottoman Empire, which at that time controlled Palestine), because of Palestine’s importance to Zionists. Jewish historian David G. Dalin reports that presidents considered the Turkish embassy important to “the growing number of Zionists within the American Jewish electorate.”

Every president, both Republican and Democrat, followed this precedent for the next 30 years. “During this era, the ambassadorship to Turkey came to be considered a quasi-Jewish domain,” writes Dalin.

“The bride is beautiful, but she is married to another man.” The other man is an entire people being forced into a Gulag Archipelago just as the Jewish Bolsheviks did to the Christian Russian and East European people in their own homelands.
May 2021, Vice: “…an interview with Jacob Fauci, a Jewish New Yorker from Long Island who went viral for telling a Palestinian woman complaining about him stealing her home that “If I don’t steal it someone else is going to steal it.” On Wednesday, VICE released an piece with both Fauci and the woman having her home stolen in Sheikh Jarrah. Fauci told VICE he was “chosen” by a US-based group, Nahalat Shimon International, to occupy the home and “make sure that this neighborhood is not lost in any future peace deal.” He refused to say whether he paid rent to live in the home. It seemed to be implied that NSI is actually paying him just to occupy their land. Fauci said that whether he or a “giraffe” or a “monkey” lives in the house Palestinians are “not coming back into this house ever.”

ENDNOTES

[1] Weir, Allison, Against Our Better Judgment: The Hidden History of How the U.S. Was Used to Create Israel, 2014, pp. 54-57.

[2] Ibid., p. 58.

[3] Ibid., p. 86.

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9 Responses

  1. larryzb says:

    Thanks for this review. (We bought this book a few months back but have yet to get around to reading it.) The reviews and comments on Amazon for this title are quite enlightening, too. Predictably, the negative reviews and negative comments on others’ reviews are often from people who have not even read the book(!) and they resort to shrill cries of “anti-Semitism”.

  2. Mike Walsh says:

    Cuckoos or parasites, self-inflicted refugees who find the bed they made is increasingly uncomfortable.

  3. WakeyWakey says:

    Mr Wear said: “I had never heard of the elitist Zionist secret society called the Parushim, or that Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis was the head of this organization.”

    Worse still, according to Jewish insider Benjamin Freedman, in his expose “Seven Masters of Deception”, Brandeis ‘achieved’ the role of Supreme Court Justice un-justly: Woodrow Wilson was compromised due to clandestine love letters to his once-mistress who required, for ‘breach of promise’, a then large sum of $40,000 Wilson could not afford.

    Justice Brandeis – the Pay Off:

    During a visit shortly after his inauguration from a Jewish lawyer and generous supporter of the National Democratic Committee who installed Wilson, Mr Samuel Untermyer – in possession of those letters, offered to pay the sum on his behalf

    “on one condition, that Wilson promise Untermyer to appoint to the first vacancy on the United States Supreme Court a nominee to be recommended to Wilson by Untermyer….

    He paid the money out of his own pocket in the hope that it might bring to pass a dream close to his heart – a Talmudist on the United States Supreme Court on which none had ever served. The day soon arrived when President Wilson was presented with the necessity of appointing a new member of the United States Supreme Court. Mr. Untermyer recommended Louis Dembitz Brandeis for the vacancy, who was immediately appointed by Wilson.”

    Source: http://whale.to/c/hiddenyyranny.pdf

  4. WE END THE ZIONISTS HERE WE END THEM EVERYWHERE.REVOLUTION.FELLOW JEWISH QUESTION AWAKENED AMERICANS.

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