This Part 1 out out of a book I'm currently reading about the kikes of old Hollywood and how they were mentally ill. When a generation of Jews fled Eastern Europe at the turn of the century, the history of the Jews and America became intertwined forever. Among other things, the Jews in America created a new industry: mass media. Both commercial radio and television were launched almost single handedly by David Sarnoff, a Russian Jewish immigrant. His chief rival, William Paley, the founder of CBS, was also Jewish. The nation’s two most respected newspapers, The NY Times and the Washington Post, both rose from obscurity under Jewish “leadership”. Most of the large book publishing houses were founded by Jews, including Simon & Schuster, Random House, Viking, Bantam, Alfred A. Knopf, and Farrar, Straus & Giraud. Most famously, this first generation of Eastern European Jews invented Hollywood. Many of these enterprises began as family businesses. In the Jewish families that built the movie business, virtually every member was bi-polar to one degree or another [Editor: mentally ill kikes!]. This should not surprise us. Highly creative people are often bi-polar, as Kay Jamison showed us in her classic study of writers, Touched With Fire. And more than any other, media is the business of creativity. When you examine the lives of these early “pioneers”, you see that they were as dramatic in the expression of their moods off the screen as they were on it. Russian Exodus (the jew sob story begins) The nightmare for Russia’s Jews began on March 1, 1881, when revolutionary terrorists assassinated Tsar Alexander II. The Jews were blamed, for reasons that appear mutually contradictory: the socialists that hatched the plot were assumed to be Jewish [Editor: ha ha LOL]; at the same time, Jews were considered to be the underlying cause of the social unrest that had led to the assassination because they were such exploitative capitalists. Pogroms spread across Russia and Poland. They were “orgies of destruction”. Drunken mobs burned, looted, raped and murdered. The Cossacks and local Police, who often had advanced notice of a pogrom, did little to stop the violence and often joined in. When the Jews organized self defense forces, they were arrested. When they pressed charges in court, the rioters were rarely convicted. When they appealed to the Government for help, commissions were established to investigate. The National Commission investigating the pogroms deemed the “disturbances” to be a “popular judgement,” a spontaneous outpouring of well-deserved righteous indignation. The Jews, as a pre-eminently mercantile class, engage in ‘unproductive’ labor, and thereby ‘exploit’ the productive classes of the Christian population [Editor: what’s new?]. It was the Jews who should be punished, on the grounds of their “economic injuriousness,” not their killers. During the next 40 years, almost a third of Russia’s Jews emigrated. Many of them fled to Palestine (Zionism came into being after the pogroms of 1881-82). However, 80% of the Jews who emigrated from Eastern Europe came to a new promised land: America. As Russia pushed its Jews out, America seemed to magnetically pull them in. Letters from friends and relatives were the the most powerful inducement to emigrate. “We eat meat every day like millionaires and there is no Czar in America,” one man wrote. Entire villages passed around such handwritten notes. America had been in everybody’s mouth. Businessmen talked it over with their accounts; the market women made up their quarrels that they might discuss it from stall to stall; people who had relatives in the famous land went around reading their letters for the enlightenment of less fortunate folk...children played at emigrating; old folks shook sage heads over the evening fire, and prophesied no good for those who braved the terrors of the seaand the foreign goal beyond it; all talked of it, but scarcely anyone knew one true fact about this magic land. Sometimes, in their exuberance, these recent immigrants exaggerated a little bit. For example, Ben Warner, a cobbler who lived in a small shtetl in Poland, received a letter in 1890 from a man he had previously known as the “village idiot.” It was Warner who had to be the idiot to believe the outrageous lies Waleski told him about streets paved with gold, but Warner desperately wanted to believe. Since the pogroms began he had been tortured by mental images of his pubescent daughter being raped [Editor: oi vey! Why do they torture me so?] when Warner arrived in Baltimore he hugged Waleski: “You lied but I’m glad you did. If you had told that it would be like this, I would have never come.” Warner came up with an idea that appealed to his impatient American customers: “Shoes repaired while you wait.” His four sons founded Warner Brothers Studio, which gave the world its first “talkie” in 1928. The Jazz Singer, starring Jewish actor Al Jolson, was about an American Jew caught between his desire to be a secular entertainer and his father’s demand that he be a “cantor” [Editor: a singer of dumb traditional Jew songs]. Between 1880 and 1920 more than 2 million Jews from Eastern Europe emigrated to the United States. In 1880, there were 250,000 Jews living in America, mostly of German origin. A mere 3% of the world’s Jewish population called America home, while 75% lived in Eastern Europe. By 1920, there were 3,600,000 Jews in America, 23% of the world’s Jewish population. It was the greatest exodus since Moses led the Jews out of Egypt [Editor: there were never any jews in ancient Egypt; kike bullshit story!]. “Every emigrating Jew realized he was involved in something more than a personal expedition,” wrote one immigrant. “He was part of a historical event in the life of the Jewish people.” It was also a historical event in the life of America.