The term “Kike” came from US immigration officials at Ellis Island. Millions of Eastern and western Jews entered the US, and since they could not speak English officials told them to sign entry forms with an “X.” –But to many Jews an “X” was a cross, signifying Christianity, so they adamantly refused. -So rather than an “X” they used a circle to sign forms. The Yiddish word for circle is “kikel,” so these kikel-signers were nicknamed “Kikes” by immigration clerks. For several decades even Jewish merchants continued to refer to Jews this way. –But since us Gentiles created the term, it became taboo, just as they also dislike being called “a Jew,” preferring to be called “Jewish.”
The interest of the Kike is at odds with the American interest.
Those championing Native-Americanism, anti-Papism and slavery, who extended the influence of the American Party North and South. Their platform of excluding aliens and minorities from public-office and halting incompatible immigration. Their standard-bearer was Millard Fillmore, who garnered 21% of the Presidential vote in 1856.
The Know Nothings was a movement by the nativist American political faction of the 1850s which appealed to native-born white citizens.