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May 2016 AD
Hitler was a Zionist
Hitler cannot be allowed to be viewed as a Zionist.
For if Hitler could be proven to be a Zionist,
then Hitler could be proven to be a reasonable man,
and "polite society" simply cannot allow this.
"Polite society" must view Hitler as evil incarnate,
much as Republican leadsership view Ted Cruz today as "Lucifer in the flesh".
Jewish child of "Holocaust survivors" (aren't they all), Norman Finkelstein, came up with this Zionist solution for a peaceful Jewish homeland.
British and Muslim Labour Party leader Naz Khan made the mistake of retweeting this poster and she was self righteously accused of being anti-semitic. (aren't they all?)
The former Christian mayor of London, Labour Party Ken Livingston, then caused the ultimate "row" in coming to her defense - by stating that Hitler was also a Zionist.
Now he is being called an anti-Semite. (Aren't they all?)
In his own defense, Livingston quotes the Lenni Brenner book, "Zionism in the Age of the Dictators".
“Let’s remember when Hitler won his election in 1932,” he said, trying to defend fellow Labour MP Naz Shah who had herself been suspended for writing on Facebook that Israel should be relocated to the United States, “his policy then was that Jews should be moved to Israel.
He was supporting Zionism – this was before he went mad and ended up killing six million Jews.”
-- British Labour Party official Ken Livingston
We will not state categorically that Hitler had the best interests of Jews at heart, for in truth, he had the best interests of Christian Germans at heart.
What great moral leader of a people is not like that?
Certainly not Christian Germany's current leader who has opened floodgates to Muslim infiltration.
Certainly not the officials of England who will not defend their fellow Christians in the face of unrelenting Jewish Censorship by shaming.
But Hitler most certainly was in agreement with Jewish Zionists that Jews should have someplace to live -- other than Germany.
And England was not that much different than Germany.
England's deals for a Jewish Homeland
That all this should surprise anyone and cause their heart to go into arrhythmia is silly.
And yet, there actually was a Zionist-Nazi agreement...
The Transfer Agreement
The Boycott Movement:
A Jewish Dilemma
on the Eve of the Holocaust
In the summer of 1933, the Jewish Agency for Palestine, the German Zionist Federation, and the German Economics Ministry drafted a plan meant to allow German Jews emigrating to Palestine to retain some of the value of their property in Germany by purchasing German goods for the Yishuv, which would redeem them in Palestine local currency.
This scheme, known as The Transfer Agreement or Ha’avarah, met the needs of all interested parties: German Jews, the German economy, and the Mandatory Government and the Yishuv in Palestine.
The Jewish movement to boycott German goods was foremost among the efforts of international Jewish organizations on behalf of German Jewry, and Jewish communities worldwide, especially in the United States, France, and Great Britain, took part in it.
The boycott movement in Poland was particularly strong and become pre-eminent in Jewish actions against Nazi Germany.
In addition to the boycott, Polish Jewry conducted a sweeping press campaign to turn public opinion against Germany and offered active assistance to German Jews who had fled to Poland in search of refuge.
German Jews had mixed feelings about these initiatives, lest they anger the German authorities and cause their situation to worsen.
The boycott movement was widely perceived as a threat to the interests of German Jews, for it might cause the Germans to toughen their own anti-Jewish economic boycott.
It was also considered a potential impediment to the Transfer Agreement, an arrangement that served the basic interests of German Jewry with respect to economics and emigration.
Britain and France not only sold out Czechoslovakia to Hitler -- but to Poland and Hungary too!
The sellout appears in Article 1 of the Munich Agreement. According to the Encyclopedia [Vol. 1, p. 8]:
"As Article 1 of the agreement put it, 'when the question of the Polish and Hungarian minorities in Czechoslovakia has been settled, Germany and Italy will each give a similar guarantee to Czechoslovakia'.
Poland had been first to share in the spoils. After an ultimatum from Warsaw on September 27, 1938, Czechoslovakia had ceded to Poland the district of Tesin (Teschen) -- an area of some 625 square miles with a population of 230,000 people."
of Lenni Brenner's book
Zionism in the Age of the Dictators.
In 1933 the German Zionist Federation sought Hitler s patronage:
"Zionism hopes to be able to win the collaboration even of a government fundamentally hostile to Jews. . . . Boycott propaganda . . . currently being carried on against Germany . . . is in essence un-Zionist."
Zionism became the only other legal political movement in the Nazi Reich.
That same year, the World Zionist Organization (WZO) made the Ha'avara (Transfer) Agreement, undermining the boycott against Nazi Germany.
German Jewish emigrants to Palestine had to buy Nazi goods that the WZO sold in the Middle East.
In 1937 the Haganah (later the Israeli army) sent an agent to Berlin. They would provide spy intelligence if the Nazis further eased the monetary regulations for emigrants to Palestine.
The Zionist-Revisionist movement (today the ruling Likud Party) set up a detachment at Mussolini's naval academy. He personally reviewed them in 1936. They wanted him to replace Britain as Zionism's patron.
In 1941, the Fighters for the Freedom of Israel (later Likudniks) told the Nazis that they wanted a "Jewish state on a national and totalitarian basis, bound by a treaty with the German Reich," and offered "to actively take part in the war on Germany s side."
This is the sordid history documented in Lenni Brenner's Zionism in the Age of the Dictators.
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