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January 09, 1976 - Image 31

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-01-09

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January 9, 1976- 31

THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Argentinian's Book Charges Jews Infiltrated Church, World Bodies

BUENOS AIRES (JTA)
— A book titled "Argentina
Judia" (Jewish Argentina)
by a government official
who accused Judaism of
being the source of "inter-
national synarchy" that has
infiltrated major world in-
stitutions including "the
ranks of the (Catholic)
Church" was ,introduced
with fanfare at a press con,
ference here attended by
Church officials, academi--
cians and representatives of
the Libyan Embassy.
The author, Horacio Cald-
n, a member of the right-
ng Peronist Youth, was
confirmed as press director
of the Buenos Aires Na-
tional University. That posi-
tion was seen in circles here
as a reward for his book.
His'book is reminiscent of
the 19th Century work

"France Juive" (The French
Jew) by Eduard Drumont,
which- sparked anti-Semi-
tism in France when it was
published there.
At the pre'ss conference,
Calderon stated that the
"visible powers of Juda-
ism are known as interna-
tional synarchy whose
various prongs are Zionist
projects, Diaspora pro-
jects, Jewish-Christian
projects divided into capi-
talist, Communist, Ma-
sonic and Vatican interna-
tionals."
Regarding the alleged
Vatican international, the
author declared in his
speech that "it participates
actively in synarchic activ-
ity . . . and has been estab-
lished after a prolonged and
persistent process of Jewish

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infiltration in the ranks of
the Church."
Calderon espouses the
concept of "synarchy" devel-
oped by the late President
Juan D. Peron who viewed
all world events as the out-
come of a sinister link be-
tween capitalism, Commun-
ism, Freemasonry and the
church, all controlled in
some occult manner by
"international Judaism."
The philosophy was
strongly reminiscent of the
notorious 19th Century for-
gery, "The Protocols of the
Elders of Zion" although
Peron was not unfriendly to
Argentine Jews and his re-
gime maintained diplomatic
relations with Israel.
Calderon declared-in his
speech that his book places
Argentina among the non-
aligned countries. "Thus,
we shall stop being satel-
lites of imperialism and
particularly obedient in-
struments of the Kissinger
plan (U.S. Secretary of
State Henry A. Kissinger)
which concentrates occult
powers of Judaism and
international synarchy."
Last November, Calderon
was one of the signers of an

A similar decline in immi-
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ada. The immigration for
the first 11 months of 1975
from these two countries
was 2,648. In the previous
year, 1974, it was 3,162, and
in 1973 the aliya was 4,479.

The over-all record of im-
migration to Israel in the
months January through
November 1975 was 17,826
as compared with 30,317 in
1974 and 50;298 in 1973. The
immigration in the month
of November 1975 was 1,661
of whom 854 were from the
Soviet Union and 193 from
North America.

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papers applauding the
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identified Zionism as a form
of racism.
Meanwhile, three Arab
groups here published large
advertisements in major
Buenos Aires newspapers
declaring that "A Palestine
state is the only peace possi-
bility" in the Middle East.
The ad quotes PLO chieftain
Yassir Arafat and the late
President Peron.
The sponsors are Argen-
tine Cultural Palestine
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Palestine; and Palestine's
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eration as perpetrators of
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