NO OTHER DOCUMENT IN WORLD HISTORY
has been the means of creating a political class with a distinct racial agenda than the Balfour Declaration.
Succumbing to Jewish pressure in the midst of WWI due to itsneed of r funding from Jewish banks, Britain surrendered its autonomy and eventually it’s empire when a letter addressed to ‘Lord’ Walter Rothschild from British Foreign Secretary, Arthur Balfour, was made public:
“His Majesty’s government view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people, and will use their best endeavours to facilitate the achievement of this object…”
The key visible figure maneuvering the British government into this commitment was Jewish chemist, Chaim Weizmann, who rose to prominence in England fordeveloping a method of producing acetone from maize which was needed for the production of artillery shells.
Weizmann, like many of his Jewish co-religionistspromoted the initiative to transfer all Arab residents out of Palestine in spite of contradicting the Balfour Declaration’s proviso insuring the “civil rights of existing non-Jewish communities.”