by William Joyce, 1940

The nature of the Jew:

1. An incapacity to avoid forming a state within a state.

2. Complete inability to view their Gentile hosts as possessing equal rights with their own.

3. Predetermined specialization in all those processes which bring high profit. Hence, in capitalism, almost exclusive preoccupation with finance, distribution and exchange as distinct from productive industry. Professional work undertaken either for profit or for the sake of social advancement.

4. A natural tendency to utilize social and economic advancement for the purpose of gaining political power.

5. An unholy dread of nationalization as a factor which would draw attention to their racial nature and expose their operations.

6. The deliberate debasement of the standards of the culture in the land of their sojourn.

7. The elimination by competition of the Aryan who merely wants to get enough for himself and not more than anybody else.

An extract from "Twilight over England"