Confessions of a Nazi Spy (1939) Hollywood rarely took political positions that might undermine their bottom line, but Warner Brothers hired Anatole Litvak and a crew of German actors to document this infiltration of Nazi propaganda into the United States during the rise of Hitler in Europe. More documentary reportage than a movie, this story sticks closely to the Rumich Nazi Spy Case, as reported by FBI officer Leon G. Turro, who lost his position in the Bureau once these articles were published. The rise of Americanism, disgusted by the human costs of WWI, championed isolationism – Let Europe go hang. We forget how many Anti-Semitic groups formed White Supremacist movements in this country.
Twitter buzz drones in static dissonance
Its grievances from the defeated South,
Guns and ammo stockpiled, that cottonmouth
Rebels text ready for reconnaissance.
Aryan Nation builds walls for States Rights,
Gerrymandering new voting precincts,
Restricting what’s taught in schools to golf links,
And keeping women pregnant till last rites.
Two good old boys would rob an armored car
To fund their cult of local demagogues,
Bomb black churches and Jewish synagogues
And so set fire to God for a race war.
White terror festers into a schism,
Rebuilding National Socialism.