Was Churchill an antisemite and a Fascist?

Posted by jonjayray on Sunday, 22 May 2005 21:34.

Churchill was a much more complex character than people generally realize and, as I have pointed out before, he was a centrist conservative like GWB and Disraeli rather than an unqualified supporter of laissez faire.  This complexity has led to a number of hostile re-evaluations of him both from libertarians and from the Left.  Two of the libertarian evaluatuions are here and here.  A very common accusation that one often hears is that Churchill was an antisemite and a Fascist.  Below are some of the quotes that are sometimes given in support of that claim.  The first is from the Illustrated Sunday Herald - 8th February 1920:

“The part played in the creation of Bolshevism and in the actual bringing about of the Russian Revolution by these international and for the most part atheistic Jews ... is certainly a very great one; it probably outweighs all others. With the notable exception of Lenin, the majority of the leading figures are Jews. Moreover, the principal inspiration and driving power comes from Jewish leaders ... The same evil prominence was obtained by Jews in (Hungary and Germany, especially Bavaria).

Although in all these countries there are many non-Jews every whit as bad as the worst of the Jewish revolutionaries, the part played by the latter in proportion to their numbers in the population is astonishing. The fact that in many cases Jewish interests and Jewish places of worship are excepted by the Bolsheviks from their universal hostility has tended more and more to associate the Jewish race in Russia with the villainies which are now being perpetrated”.

 

The most important thing to note about this quote is its date.  Like Ronald Reagan and many others, Churchill moved from Left to Right during his lifetime and the above quote was uttered while he was a member of a LIBERAL government led by Lloyd George.  And below is part of what Lloyd George said about Hitler at a much later date (Daily Express, 17.9.1936):

“I have now seen the famous German leader and also something of the great change he has effected. “Whatever one may think of his methods - and they are certainly not those of a parliamentary country, there can be no doubt that he has achieved a marvelous transformation in the spirit of the people, in their attitude towards each other, and in their social and economic outlook…

It is not the Germany of the first decade that followed the war - broken, dejected and bowed down with a sense of apprehension and impotence. It is now full of hope and confidence, and of a renewed sense of determination to lead its own life without interference from any influence outside its own frontiers.

There is for the first time since the war a general sense of security. The people are more cheerful. There is a greater sense of general gaiety of spirit throughout the land. It is a happier Germany. I saw it everywhere, and Englishmen I met during my trip and who knew Germany well were very impressed with the change.

One man has accomplished this miracle. He is a born leader of men. A magnetic and dynamic personality with a single-minded purpose, as resolute will and a dauntless heart.”

An admiration that Churchill echoed:

“While all those formidable transformations were occurring in Europe, Corporal Hitler was fighting his long, wearing battle for the German heart. The story of that struggle cannot be read without admiration for the courage, the perseverance, and the vital force which enabled him to challenge, defy, conciliate, or overcome, all the authorities or resistance’s which barred his path. He, and the ever increasing legions who worked with him, certainly showed at this time, in their patriotic ardour and love of country, that there was nothing that they would not dare, no sacrifice of life, limb or liberty that they would not make themselves or inflict upon their opponents.”

And speaking in Rome on 20 January, 1927,  Churchill praised Mussolini:

“I could not help being charmed, like so many other people have been, by Signor Mussolini’s gentle and simple bearing and by his calm, detached poise in spite of so many burdens and dangers. Secondly, anyone could see that he thought of nothing but the lasting good, as he understood it, of the Italian people, and that no lesser interest was of the slightest consequence to him. If I had been an Italian I am sure that I should have been whole-heartedly with you from the start to finish in your triumphant struggle against the bestial appetites and passions of Leninism. I will, however, say a word on an international aspect of fascism. Externally, your movement has rendered service to the whole world. The great fear which has always beset every democratic leader or a working class leader has been that of being undermined by someone more extreme than he. Italy has shown that there is a way of fighting the subversive forces which can rally the masses of the people, properly led, to value and wish to defend the honour and stability of civilised society. She has provided the necessary antidote to the Russian poison. Hereafter no great nation will be unprovided with an ultimate means of protection against the cancerous growth of Bolshevism.”

And I don’t suppose I need to remind people that FDR also praised Mussolini—referring to him as “that admirable Italian gentleman” and adopting part of Mussolini’s ideas for his “New Deal”

In summary, then, Churchill’s comments about the Jews (and Jews WERE prominent among the Bolsheviks)  belong to his most Leftist period and his admiration of the achievements of Hitler and Mussolini were widely shared in the interwar period and were very much what one would have expected of ANY centrist politician (Left or Right) at the time.

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Posted by Fred Scrooby on Sun, 22 May 2005 23:07 | #

“In summary, then, Churchill’s comments about the Jews (and Jews WERE prominent among the Bolsheviks) belong to his most Leftist period and his admiration of the achievements of Hitler and Mussolini were widely shared in the interwar period and were very much what one would have expected of ANY centrist politician (Left or Right) at the time.”  (—from the log entry)

What you’re saying is that you disagree with those calling him a fascist and anti-Semite.  Based on the quotes and contexts you provided, that certainly seems right:  I don’t see where those quotes imply he was either of those things.


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Posted by Geoff Beck on Sun, 22 May 2005 23:19 | #

> Was Churchill an antisemite and a Fascist?

But did he ever really exist?

What do we know really know about this so called ‘Winston Churchill’ ? Hmmmm?

It all could be a immense deception - Libertarian disinformation scheme!

I’m keeping an open mind on this.


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Posted by jonjayray on Mon, 23 May 2005 00:21 | #

I am surprised that nobody has so far claimed that Churchill was himself Jewish.  I haven’t looked into it but there seems to be some ground for saying that his mother was Jewish


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Posted by Fred Scrooby on Mon, 23 May 2005 00:39 | #

What was her maiden name?


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Posted by tim on Mon, 23 May 2005 00:40 | #

It’s fascinating how history gets rewritten over the generations.

The Churchill “Illustrated Sunday Herald” quotes that John relays are now interpreted as (at least) politically incorrect, maybe ‘fascist’ and (at worst) anti-semitic .

Yet the fascist movement barely existed at the time and if there were any genuine proto-fascists it was the fabians like H G Wells. Churchill seems like a small l liberal compared to Wells.

Today the whole idea of that the stateless East European jews, themselves former victims of czarist oppression, would be attracted to bolshevism, is now tarred with the hitlerite ‘judeo-communist conspiracy’ brush. 

Churchill, as John shows, did apparently believed in either a ‘soft’ form of this theory or at least believed there was some sort of limited mutual attraction between the two social movements, a sociological rather than a conspiratorial explanation.

People who interpret Churchill’s remarks as ‘fascist’ neglect to mention that Churchill used them for definitely philo-semitic rather than anti-semitic ends.

One reason Churchill supported zionism was his belief that the stateless jews of East Europe were being drawn into a communist orbit. Supporting a zionist state within the British Empire was seen as a positive and preventive response.

Churchill’s view here is really not that different than that of respectable liberal supporters of a Palestinian state today. They argue that stateless Palestinians would otherwise be diverted into radical or pro-terrorist stances if their legitimate demands for a homeland are sidelined. Chruchill was really saying much the same sort of thing.

What’s interesting is that the whole idea that bolshevism was disproportionately attractive to East european jews, mainly because they were formerly repressed under the czars, is now politically incorrect. Presumably it’s un-p.c. because Hitler made his own extreme use of it.

There is some thin hope that this p.c. cloud is now lifting. See The Jewish Century by Berkeley’s Yuri Slezkine. He discusses this formerly tabou subject including the disproportionate representation of jews in Russia’s power structure prior to Stalin’s anti-semitic purges.

Slezkine says that pre-stalin bolshevik russia, israel and the US represented the three great refuge oases to the displaced jewish population of E.Europe. The first represented an early temporary oasis, even if it ultimately turned out to be a mirage.


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Posted by Fred Scrooby on Mon, 23 May 2005 01:29 | #

I just googled it—Churchill’s mother’s maiden name was Jennie Jerome (supposedly originally Jacobson and changed by her father).  I was just now looking at a site that claimed she was Jewish but it also claimed Franklin Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower were Jewish so how reliable it was is open to question.


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Posted by jonjayray on Mon, 23 May 2005 18:31 | #

I have received the following excellent comment via email:

Churchill was right about the strong Jewish influence in the Bolshevik revolution. What he came to relaize not too many years later was that these were anti-Judiasm and anti-Zionist Jews. It was the Jewish Bolsheviks who were responsible for slaughtering thousands of rabbis in the anti religious drive in which tens of thousands of preists were tortured and killed under Lenin.

All his life, both before and after the revoltuion, Churchill was famous for the numebr of close Jewish friends he had (his father Randolph and FDR were the same, Harry Truman famously was not). He defend the Jewish National Home policy in 1921-22 when it could easily have been scrapped. And he abandoned his brief belief in the Protocols (“The Times” had endorsed them after all) when they soon exposed as a fake. The reason Hutler refused to meet him in Munich in 1932 was that he had heard how vigorously Churchill on his visit to the city had (privatey as well as well as publicly) denounced his anti-Semitism. The 1937 quote on Hitler was written carefully for public consumption when Churchill still thought Hitler might be deterred from a course of war and endless bloodshed. His private views on Hitler were always alarming and scathing. And it was in an essay entitled “Hitler and his Choices”. The essay was a famous one, Churchill included it in his great collection “Great Contemporaries” and no Jews took offense at it. Hitler did.


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Posted by Effra on Tue, 24 May 2005 04:11 | #

David Irving is fond of alluding to ‘Jenny Jacobson Jerome’, but you know what a big tease he is.

Indisputably Churchill preferred the company (and bailing-out capacity) of international moneylenders and businessmen to that of his own class of aristocratic landowners, and some of his boon companions and bankrollers were Jewish. These associations contributed to the image of unreliability and vulgarity which made the British establishment mistrust him, along with his record of changing political allegiance and his publicity-seeking.


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Posted by super pill on Tue, 24 May 2005 21:06 | #

Re: Jenny Jerome’s paternal ancestry.

Jenny appears to be solid New England “Yankee” or “Puritan”. Her father’s immigrant ancestor was Timothy Jerome, born 1688 prob. Isle of Wight, England. He came to the British colony of Massachusetts in 1710.

Of course Old Testament (Jewish) given names like Aaron and Isaac (her grandfather and g-grandfather) were common among the NE Puritans who considered themselves a covenant people or new Israel out to establish Zion in the new world. That may have confused some.

Jenny’s mother’s name was Clarissa Hall, dau. of Ambrose Hall and Clarissa Wilcox. Most of the family connections on both sides appear to be colonial Mass. and Conn.

Nothing conclusive , but I have seen no evidence of any hint of jewish ancestry for Jenny Jerome, the WASP socialite and mother of Winston C.


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Posted by jonjayray on Tue, 24 May 2005 22:56 | #

Bring back Wintermute!  I am sure he would have a dozen links on Jenny’s ancestry.  And we know what they would show


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Posted by Fred Scrooby on Wed, 25 May 2005 09:06 | #

The most damning evidence against Winnie having been half-Jewish (or even, I would say, quarter-Jewish) as far as I’m concerned were his looks.  We’ve all seen photos of him, not just the John-Bull-type crusty mature elder-statesman the whole world knows so well (though that shows it too—no half-Jew ever born looked like that at that age) but ones from his early adulthood and his childhood.  In googling the Jewish thing on him the other day I went through several web-sites that included many photos of him as a child and young man, and that face on that child and that young man, from the skin to the eyes to the mouth and lips to the hair to the expression—everything, the whole facial package—is the purest Anglo-Saxon.  There’s no significant Jewish ancestry in that face.  The photos of him as a child and young man single-handedly, all by themselves, exclude the possibility that his mother was Jewish more surely than any genealogy anyone claims to have discovered.


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Posted by Christen Rich on Tue, 19 Jul 2005 16:15 | #

I am related to Winston Churchill ( distant cousin ) through his ancestor, Timothy Jerome who married Abigail Rich…Can anyone give me more information on this? It seems my great grandfather generations back was Nicholas Rich, who had Samuel Rich ( my line) and Abigail Rich ( Winston’s line). That is all I know…


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Posted by barb on Mon, 07 Nov 2005 10:23 | #

it sucked my nuts off


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Posted by Cindy Anne Martinez on Sun, 06 Aug 2006 01:44 | #

I am also related to Sir Winston Churchill. My father’s mother was Lula Jerome. She was related to Jennie Jerome, and I am very interested in any ancestry information that anyone who is related in the Jerome family tree could share with me. My grandmother’s father’s name was James Sylvester Jerome. The Jerome family came from New England from what I understand from family members and what little bit of Jerome info I have.


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Posted by Al Ross on Sun, 06 Aug 2006 02:24 | #

There is a belief among some Churchill students that the family name of Churchill’s mother was originally Jacobson.


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Posted by Laura Sherman on Sat, 09 Dec 2006 16:26 | #

I’m related to him as well.  He’s my fifth cousin, six times removed, according to my father.  I come from the Jerome side.  Timothy Jerome was my however-many-times-great-grandfather, and Churchill’s as well.  But I can’t remember which of Timothy’s sons I’m descended from.  I don’t think it’s Samuel, Churchill’s ancestor, but I don’t really know.  I have a book on all this that one of my great aunts or something compiled, so if any of you are related and would like me to look something up in the book, I’d be happy to.


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Posted by Al Ross on Sun, 10 Dec 2006 01:05 | #

When was Churchill’s maternal grandfather’s name changed from Jacobson to Jerome?


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Posted by Amalek on Sun, 10 Dec 2006 06:47 | #

Churchill boasted of being partly American Indian on his ma’s side, but the canard that she was a Jewess is as dubious as the Khazar origins of the Ashkenazim. It probably began as a clubland joke, given his fondness for the society of Hebrew financiers.

The point about Churchill was that he was a renegade from his father’s class: a Tory turned Liberal (and back), a consorter with plutocrats, a near-alcoholic, a manic depressive and spendthrift. Between his dismissal from the WW1 cabinet over Gallipoli and his barracking in the Commons over the Abdication, he became more and more mistrusted by the solid folks in both the Conservative and Liberal parties; and there was little love for him among Labourites either, after his deployment of soldiers against striking miners, his abortive resumption of the gold standard and his tub-thumping for Raj and Empire.

That such a man should have emerged as Labour’s choice for the premiership in the wake of the Norwegian catastrophe—as much his responsibility as Gallipoli had been a quarter-century earlier—is one of the wonders of politics. He was not wanted by the King or by most of the Conservative Party, who would have preferred Lord Halifax as being less wedded to a rhetorical policy of non-negotiation with the Axis. Even Churchill briefly wavered once he took office and realised the full scale of the threat to the future of his beloved Empire. But he gambled on dragging America in on our side to rectify the balance, as in 1917-18. He succeeded, but he doomed the Empire anyway.

Although one points this out only diffidently, since according to Guessedworker any attempt to deprecate Churchill is “like nothing so much as a politically inverted liberal self-hatred ... but a self-hatred nonetheless. “

http://majorityrights.com/index.php/weblog/comments/http_majorityrightscom_indexphp_mark_richardsons_tolkiens_war/

Ingenious, what?


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Posted by Peter on Sat, 04 Oct 2008 15:40 | #

Churchill was a pure racist and fascist.
Read carefully his speech on Russia : you will notice that, Russians are : “mainly jews”, “under africans”, “asiatic bears”... and so on.


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Posted by Kevin on Mon, 24 Aug 2009 04:52 | #

“Whatever one may think of his methods - and they are certainly not those of a parliamentary country, there can be no doubt that he has achieved a marvelous transformation in the spirit of the people, in their attitude towards each other, and in their social and economic outlook…” In my opinion this quotation has nothing in common with Fascism. It just proves that Churchill was able to judge without prejudice. In fact Churchill was a brilliant man. I’ve seen recently a documentary about him (downloaded it at the torrents files search engine <a > http://www.picktorrent.com </a> ) I believe Churchill was very tactfull and very clever, as he was in politics in a very difficult period.


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Posted by Mark IJsseldijk on Mon, 24 Aug 2009 05:26 | #

“mainly jews”, “under africans”, “asiatic bears”

All lies and slanders which, amazingly and despite all evidence to the contrary, still persist to this day in Anglo and Anglo-American circles.  Hence all the retards on American WN boards throwing around the baseless assertion that “Slavs are Asiatic.”  Apparently they cannot identify Aryans with their two eyes - which casts serious doubt on their intellect.


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Posted by alan on Wed, 24 Mar 2010 23:09 | #

fascism was popular before the war


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Posted by S. Strauch on Tue, 11 Jan 2011 18:53 | #

Churchill was an amoral opportunist, switching from one party to another, according to where he believed personal advantage lay. As for him being brilliant, his housemaster at school didn’t think so, he thought he was a dolt (and he was right). The only clever thing he did was write his own version of the history of WWII. As for his “fight them on the beaches” crap, it was the ultimate hypocrisy; he had his seat booked with the royal family for Canada in the event of an invasion.


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Posted by abercrombie on Wed, 07 Sep 2011 08:27 | #

There is a belief among some Churchill students that the family name of Churchill’s mother was originally Jacobson.


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Posted by JeromeJerome on Tue, 27 Dec 2011 17:48 | #

Jennie Jerome was born Jennie Jacobson.  Her father was an owner of the New York Times.  His philandering and gambling led him into a financial crisis and the only way to escape his creditors was to change his name.  It is said he chose the name Jerome because of a distant link to a Jerome cousin on the Isle of Wight, England.  Jennie was still very young at the time of the name change and grew up only knowing herself as Jennie Jerome.  During WW2 her son Winston Churchill found out about his Jewish ancestry and that his mother was actually a Jacobson.  The British papers also found out, but Winston put a ban on any release of information regarding his Jewish Heritage, thereby successfully squashing any public knowlege of his ancestry and his mother’s past.  The ban was, and has, been so successful that nothing was even mentioned in his biography.  Jennie was a Jacobson, not a Jerome.


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Posted by Dan Dare on Tue, 27 Dec 2011 19:15 | #

The ban was evidently so successful that not even David Irving has been able to mention it! Even more surprisingly, neither does Sir Martin Gilbert, Churchill’s official biographer and (Jewish) hagiographer. Tribal members are not noticeably reticent as a rule when casting the net for potential fellow Landsmänner, so it highly curious that Gilbert at least hasn’t uttered a peep.


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Posted by Marshall Yager on Fri, 18 Jan 2013 20:01 | #

While the parentage of Churchill is relevant, it is not determinative.  Honest history (uninfluenced by those who write history for their own purposes) will have to acknowledge that BOTH the US and Britain-dragged by their respective leaders-where strongly influenced by Jewish elements in each country to enter a war that served the national interests of neither.  The war that ended millennia of western European dominance was a purposeful act to save international Jewry. 
As for Churchill, at Versailles he lobbied for an army composed of German and Allied soldiers to crush Bolshevism (Mee, The End of Order, p. 75) yet by the mid 1930’s, he was willing to neutralize the primary obstacle to Soviet expansion for reasons that remain un-articulated.  There is no question that in the ‘30’s, Churchill became associated with a “shadowy group” known as THE FOCUS which was an organization organized and financially supported by British Jewish elements and better known as the ANTI NAZI COUNCIL (Charmley, Chamberlain and the Lost Peace, p. 55).  It cannot be argued that their primary reason for being was to address the threat to Jewry presented by the German movement.  The best vehicle for so doing was confrontation by the combined powers of the West in a monumental war that would cost the lives of millions…but save the Jewish power structure. 
Whether Churchill was Jewish; part Jewish or simply a willing pawn of those elements is relatively insignificant.


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Posted by Bill on Sun, 09 Nov 2014 02:12 | #

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Posted by JeromeJerome on December 27, 2011, 05:48 PM | #

“Jennie Jerome was born Jennie Jacobson.  Her father was an owner of the New York Times.  His philandering and gambling led him into a financial crisis and the only way to escape his creditors was to change his name.  It is said he chose the name Jerome because of a distant link to a Jerome cousin on the Isle of Wight, England.  Jennie was still very young at the time of the name change and grew up only knowing herself as Jennie Jerome.  During WW2 her son Winston Churchill found out about his Jewish ancestry and that his mother was actually a Jacobson.  The British papers also found out, but Winston put a ban on any release of information regarding his Jewish Heritage, thereby successfully squashing any public knowlege of his ancestry and his mother’s past.  The ban was, and has, been so successful that nothing was even mentioned in his biography.  Jennie was a Jacobson, not a Jerome.”



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