Don't Be A Sucker
Frighteningly apropos 1947 film by the U.S. War Department warning of the dangers of fanatical xenophobia. Characterizes those who fall for it as “suckers” — and interestingly, the representative suckers (in pre-wartime Germany) are: an unemployed “Aryan” worker, a small business owner, and a farmer.
"Remember, when you hear this kind of talk: somebody is going to get something out of it. And it isn’t going to be you."
Given the timing of the film, one wonders if this was the War Department's response to the impending McCarthyist hysteria. If so, it wasn't entirely successful. I hope and pray that we don't play this scenario out to the same German-era conclusion.