By Carlos Whitlock Porter
With brief comments by Lasha Darkmoon
“There is a saying in French: the more things change, the more they are the same. The Jew is eternal.” — Encyclopaedia Britannica, 1928 edition
A truism of liberalism is that the truth may be approximated through a comparison of opinion. In the Encyclopedia Britannica, for example, all articles dealing directly with Jewish matters are written today by Jews and Rabbis, dripping with self-pity and self-praise. Articles on peripheral subjects, however, tell a different story.
LD: Here are excerpts from the 1911 Encyclopaedia Britannica which give historical information about Jews which is not to be found in modern encyclopaedias. The bits in bold red font have been emphasized because these are the bits, apart from one or two exceptions, which would nowadays be regarded as “anti-Semitic” and hence censored and suppressed by modern encyclopaedias like Wikipedia. (LD)