Any White American that doubts that Jews aren't a threat and have any influence need to look at the life of just one Jew named Frank Mankiewicz who recently died at 90.
Frank Mankiewicz, a writer and Democratic political strategist who was Senator Robert F. Kennedy's press secretary, directed Senator George S. McGovern’s losing 1972 presidential campaign and for six years was the president of National Public Radio.
In addition, he wrote two books about Watergate, did a TV interview with Fidel Castro that he spun off into another book, and in 1976 lost a tight race for the Democratic nomination for Congress in Montgomery County, Md.
FROM A DESCRIPTION OF AN INCIDENT DEALING WITH JEW MANKIEWICZ:
"On a trip to Washington, DC, I hand-delivered a letter to Frank Mankiewicz, then head of the public radio station WETA. I explained I had taped interviews with Palestinians who had been brutally tortured. And I'd make them available to him. I got no reply. I made several phone calls. Eventually I was put through to a public relations person, a Ms. Cohen, who said my letter had been lost. I wrote again. In time I began to realize what I hadn't known: had it been Jews who were strung up and tortured, it would be news. But interviews with tortured Arabs were “lost" at WETA." Source: Click here
COMMENTATE: Mankiewicz went one step further when he was young. He enlisted in the military to shoot Nazis and did.