Mark Twain on the Jews
Mark Twain pulled his punches at times about the Jews - since he knew of their awesome power - but there is no denying the tone of Twain quotes such as these:
"In the cotton States, after the war, the simple and ignorant negroes made the crops for the white planter on shares. The Jew came down in force, set up shop on the plantation, supplied all the negro's wants on credit, and at the end of the season was proprietor of the negro's share of the present crop and of part of his share of the next one. Before long, the whites detested the Jew, and it is doubtful if the negro loved him."