This Day In History: 1968-04-11

1968: President Lyndon Baines Johnson, a lifelong servant of Jewish interests, signs the “Civil Rights Act of 1968,” effectively forcing all neighborhoods in the United States to become multiracial and making the creation or maintenance of a White neighborhood into a punishable crime. The NAACP, headed by the Jew Kivie Kaplan (pictured), pushes for the bill with the assistance of the major media, which are also Jewish-run.

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1968-04-11