Below are just a few damning quotes by the Jews admitting their control of the African slave trade. To find the rest of the list, simply click on the source link:
"Jews were among the most important slave dealers" - Solomon Grayzel, A History of the Jew: From Babylonian Exile to the End of World II (Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1948), p. 312
"The West India Company, which monopolized imports of slaves from Africa, sold slaves at public auctions against cash payment. It happened that cash was mostly in the hands of Jews. The buyers who appeared at the auctions were almost always Jews, and because of this lack of competitors they could buy slaves at low prices. On the other hand, there also was no competition in the selling of the slaves to the plantation owners and other buyers, and most of them purchased on credit payable at the next harvest in sugar. Profits up to 300 percent of the purchase value were often realized with high interest rates… If it happened that the date of such an auction fell on a Jewish holiday the auction had to be postponed. This occurred on Friday, October 21, 1644." - Wiznitzer, Jews in Colonial Brazil, pp. 72-73
"Already in the year 1492 Portuguese Jews settled in Saint Thomas, where they were the first plantation owners on a large scale… They set up many sugar factories and gave "employment" to nearly three thousand Negroes." - Friedman, Sugar, p. 306
"As might be expected, Southern Jews defended the slave system; individuals among them were among the institution's most vigorous apologists." - Jacob Marcus, JRM/Memoirs 1, p. 20
"Just as a disproportionately large number of Jews were slave owners, a disproportionately large number of Jewish merchants sold slaves as they would any other goods, Several of these merchants were prominent in their communities: an acting rabbi, the president of a congregation." - Roberta Strauss Feuerlicht, p. 73.
"At the time of the Revolution, 50 percent of the American people were slaves or indentured servants. But the Jews were neither. They were all free. Though most were shopkeepers and craftsmen, many were manufacturers, importers, exporters, wholesalers, and slave traders. They dealt in coffee, sugar, tobacco, and molasses." - Max Dimont, The Jews in America: The Roots and Destiny of American Jews, p. 55