Of course, all the presidents of democratic countries and dictators involved in WWII were jews. Their political movements were also full of jews. But there was another case. In democratic countries, there were also famous Anti-Semite or racists individuals, and nationalist movements which didn't succeed (into taking the power). All of them were jews (or at least freemasons) or run by jews. As Jewish leaders were able to control much greater and powerful political movements, it was kids play for them to do that.
As they didn't succeed in promoting their ideas or taking the power, people think they were real nationalists or Anti-semites. Real ones who were blocked on the road of power or were silenced (for individuals) because of the jews running those countries.
But, they were indeed jews. Their role was to make people think that racism and anti-Semitism was plaguing every important country. You couldn't have, dictators, fascists or Nazis in Italy, Spain, Portugal, Germany, Greece, etc…, and not having anti-Semites, racists, or anti-democratic movements and individuals in France, USA and Britain. Anti-Semitism, anti-democracy, and racism had to be almost everywhere (in different degrees).
It was also good to make gentiles of those countries feel guilty (once the war finished), and to feed the paranoia of the average jew.
As all those political movements of the 20's and 30's couldn't appear all of a sudden, nationalist, racist or/and anti-Semite movements and writers had to appear long before that. This is why there were people like Joseph Arthur de Gobineau (19th century), Edouard Drumont (fall of 19th century), the "Action Française" (beginning of the 20th century), etc… Those French intellectual and political movements influenced political life of Italy, Spain, Portugal, and Greece of the 20's and 30's.
Of course, this list is limited to only three or four county, because in many European countries, nationalists have won (and we are talking about political movements which didn't succeed). And in Russia, there was the communist dictatorship (so, it was impossible for other political movements to exist). Thus, the list is limited only to democratic countries. France and England are the main countries concerned by this phenomenon, but the USA also.
In this category we have:
President of Ford Motor Company (US): Henry Ford
French political movements: "Action Française", "croix de feu", "Parti populaire Français"
French writers: Louis-Ferdinand Céline, Joseph Arthur de Gobineau
French political activist: Edouard Drumont
UK political movements: Britons, Imperial Fascist League (IFL), British Union of Fascists (BUF)
Of course, about individuals, the acts of retaliation against them (pressure from the jews, prison, etc…) were not for real.
So, all nationalist movements or famous nationalist individuals of this era were in fact phony.