A Jewish Sport
of the most vicious bigotries perpetuated in the United States by movie
producers was and is the lie that Jews are patsies who cannot and will not
defend themselves because they cannot fight even to save their lives.
moronic lie was proved wrong when in 1967 the Jews of Israel defeated six Arab
armies, including Egypt, a country with 80 million citizens.
earlier, American Jews had already demonstrated that Jews can and will indeed
fight, as the Jew, Max Baer, wearing a Jewish star on his trunks, defeated Max
Schmeling, the German heavyweight boxer, to the consternation of Hitler and the
was not the only Jewish boxer to demonstrate exceptional boxing ability.
There were Barney Ross, Benny Leonard, Maxie Rosenbloom, and numerous
other outstanding boxers who were inducted into the Boxing Hall of Fame.
important is the achievement of Daniel Mendoza, who was born in England in 1764
but is largely forgotten today. Mendoza was 5’7” feet tall and weighed 160
pounds. He won 31 out of 37 fights in the eighteenth century against much
heavier opponents because he invented “scientific” boxing. Before him,
boxers had no particular technique. They merely stood facing one another and
punched each other without gloves and without any training. Mendoza changed all
that, because he demonstrated how to win over numerous larger men by using
techniques called “ring strategy,” leading to methods unknown before him.
The use of strategies and “scientific” boxing increased public interest
until organized crime ruined the sport by using threats and bribes to let
inferior boxers “win.”
boxing is no longer popular, as many “victors” and losers both agreed to
Mafia manipulated outcomes. This
made winning unreliable and subject to
Dr. Gerhard Falk is the author of numerous publications, including The American Jewish Community in the 20th and 21st Century (2021).