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Why The USA Declared War On Germany On April 6, 1917

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Why The USA Declared War On Germany On April 6, 1917

PostSun Jun 25, 2017 7:32 pm

Jews offered to persuade the government of the USA to declare war on Germany if England would help Jews to achieve their goals in Palestine according to a Jew named Benjamin H. Freedman in the video at called "Warning To America".

Information about the Balfour Declaration is at but not in (Jew censored) Wikipedia's articles about World War I at and .

31 October 1917: "[Balfour] stated that he gathered that everyone was now agreed that, from a purely diplomatic and political point of view, it was desirable that some declaration favourable to the aspirations of the Jewish nationalists should now be made. The vast majority of Jews in Russia and America, as, indeed, all over the world, now appeared to be favourable to Zionism. If we could make a declaration favourable to such an ideal, we should be able to carry on extremely useful propaganda both in Russia and America."

In his Memoirs, published in 1939, Lloyd George listed nine factors motivating his decision as Prime Minister to release the declaration, including the view that a Jewish presence in Palestine would strengthen Britain's position on the Suez Canal and reinforce the route to Great Britain's imperial dominion in India. Lloyd George told the Palestine Royal Commission in 1937 that the declaration was made "due to propagandist reasons... In particular Jewish sympathy would confirm the support of American Jewry, and would make it more difficult for Germany to reduce her military commitments and improve her economic position on the eastern front".

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