Lindbergh wasn't anti-Jewish; he was most definitely anti-collectivist. Some Jews at the time had banded together into industry or interest-focused collectives, for example Communism, and Lindbergh criticized these groups with racist language and through racist affiliations aimed at disrupting the collectivism, not at the supposed attributes of Judaism or Jews.
The "passive" eugenics Lindbergh advocated are still being practiced every day in Israel, Russia, London, New York and Hollywood, at the financing of Jews and Jewish Groups, some of which I belong to and give money to as a gentile. The local PlannedParenthood fundraiser is Judy G., a Jew who advocates eugenics interestingly in private conversation given this context.
Gentile Member, JUF
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