February 8, 2014
The Jews of Mississippi are lobbying for the spot where General Ulysses S. Grant signed an order to expel the bastards from the South be turned into a museum to celebrate Jewish persecution, rather than bulldozed to make way for a planned jail.
Asher Reese, a Jewish resident of Oxford, who has been researching the property found that the house was the headquarters of Major-General Ulysses S. Grant from December 2-17, 1862 and was the place where he signed the notorious General Order No. 11, which ordered all Jews be expelled from his military district, which at the time included areas of Tennessee, Mississippi, and Kentucky, the only expulsion of Jews in American history.
“The Jews, as a class violating every regulation of trade established by the Treasury Department and also department orders, are hereby expelled from the within twenty-four hours from the receipt of this order,” the order read.
The order was in fact enforced and over the following days army officers did order Jewish residents in the area to leave the region. In response to these actions Jewish groups appealed to President Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln revoked the order a few weeks later.
It is incredible the way these Jews constantly draw attention to the fact that virtually everyone in history has accused them of the same crimes, while also claiming that they were never responsible for such crimes. You would think that they would want to downplay these constant expulsions, instead of celebrating them.
The fact is, Jews actually do believe they have been wrongly persecuted. They are psychologically incapable of reflecting on their own criminal behavior. Thus, whenever anyone, ever, has done something they don’t like, they are the victim.