Jews don’t seek to rule the world? Here’s one Jew who doesn’t deny it.
Reporting on the death of Jew supremacist Zionist leader David Wolffsohn, the September 17. 1914 edition of The New York Times tells us that during his closing address at the Zionist Congress at the Hague in 1907 Wolffsohn “pleaded for greater unity among the Jews and said that eventually they must conquer the world.”
This was no fringe Jew. He was Theodore Herzl’s successor as leader of World Zionism. He chaired the World Zionist Organization (WZO) for several years and also founded the South African Zionist Federation. See his bio on the Theodore Herzl memorial website. There’s also a book about him called “David Wolffsohn: Herzl’s Successor” by Emil Cohen, published in 1944 by the Zionist Organization of America.
A detestable character no doubt, truly an “Elder of Zion.”