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Original ‘Antifa’ a Jewish Anti-Nazi Militia

Mark B. Williams | August 24, 2017

While watching the recent events in Charlottesville, Virginia – the violence that erupted between marching neo-Nazis and Antifa protesters – I can’t help but think back to what was the original “Antifa”, a group of Jews, whom my father told me about from his childhood, growing up as a poor Jewish kid in Newark, New Jersey.

My father was born in 1904 in what was then Kishinev, Russia, and what is now Chisinau, Moldova. Before he was a year old, his family immigrated to the US. Like many Jewish families at the time, they were fleeing the murderous atmosphere created by the Kishinev pogrom of 1903. My dad grew up in the tenements of Newark, without much money but with a wealth of stories about the characters and goings on of the Jewish neighborhoods of Newark of that era.

The Antifa’s role in fighting Nazis in the streets reminded me of my dad’s story about his much beloved but “kind of crooked” first cousin, Jake “Cocky Jake” (and sometimes, “Jack”) Rothseid.

Cocky Jake was the black sheep of the family, a guy who was connected with the Jewish mob that ran Newark in the 1930’s. It wasn’t that Jake was a hit man who ran around killing people; he wasn’t exactly Bugsy Siegel, Meyer Lansky, or Dutch Schultz. He was more like the local neighborhood wise guy. He was the guy who knew a guy who knew another guy who could get things “taken care of” when legal remedies were not feasible.

My father always told me that the only time his family was ever really proud of Jake, given his line of work, was when they heard that he’d been involved with busting up pro-Nazi rallies in Newark that were taking place shortly prior to US entry into World War II.

In the late 1930’s, there was a legal pro-Nazi movement called the German-American Bund. The Bund started having large rallies in North Jersey and elsewhere, with the goal of keeping the US from entering World War II on the side of the allies. Most Americans of the time were deeply isolationist. The last thing they wanted to do was send American boys to fight and die in another European war. So the Bund’s activities were not that surprising, and found fertile ground in many quarters. But the local Jewish population was alarmed by the pro-Nazi rhetoric of the Bund, not to mention the sight of brown-shirted activists chanting and sharing Nazi salutes right here in the good old USA.

The leading lights of the Jewish community asked the local police and Sherriff’s offices to stop these gatherings, but, getting no help, decided to raise the matter to a higher authority. They appealed for protection to the Jewish mob boss of Newark, Abner “Longie” Zwillman. Zwillman agreed to help. He had his chief enforcer, ex-prize fighter Sidney Nathan Abramowitz (better known as “Nat Arno”, the name by which he is immortalized in the New Jersey Boxing Hall of Fame) organize a “civil rights group”, which they called “the Minutemen.”

My cousin Cocky Jake was a card-carrying member of the Minutemen, and his picture appears in newspaper accounts of the day. The Minutemen were essentially an armed group of Jewish mobsters, thugs, and wise guys like Jake. When Nat Arno gave the word that the Nazis were assembling, these denizens of the saloons, pool halls and other dens of iniquity in North Jersey would leave their usual haunts and head to the Nazi rallies. Much like today’s Antifa, the Minutemen’s preferred tools of persuasion were not logic and reason, but baseball bats, brass knuckles, rubber coated pipes and the occasional stink bomb.

The Minutemen were largely successful. Most of these pro-Nazi rallies were broken up before they got started. And the Nazis managed to get away with just a few broken bones and bruises, as Longie had decreed that no one was to be killed during these events.

Immediately after Pearl Harbor, these pro-Nazi organizations were declared illegal, and the Minutemen were able to disband and return to their usual less-than-savory activities. Years later, it was discovered that the German American Bund organizations of the time were not purely local in nature; according to an investigation by the House Un-American Activities Committee, chaired by Martin Dies, there was clear evidence that the Bund had ties to the Third Reich.

My father is long gone, as are Cocky Jake and his friends in the Minutemen, Longie Zwillman, and the rest of the characters that ran the Jewish mob in Newark back then.

Unfortunately, it seems that the Nazis are still around, but then, so are the people resisting them on the streets. I wonder if the members of today’s Antifa would be surprised to learn that they are replicating a proud lineage of Jewish gangsters who, years ago, took a brief respite from the rackets and the pool halls to do some good for a change.

I’m not sure if there’s a heaven for wise guys. Even if there is, my guess is they’d have to check their baseball bats and brass knuckles at the door. But I like to think that somewhere, Cocky Jake is looking down at all this and thinking, “Give ‘em one for me, kid.”

Source: http://forward.com/life/family/380923/the-original-antifa-was-a-jewish-anti-nazi-militia/

Gen-X FashyCast w/Johnny & Ronnie – Episode 2

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In our second ever podcast, John and I discuss a range of relevant #Real3R topics, from Hitler’s support for Zionism to the arbitrary treatment of black people in the Nazi state. Please don’t be dissuaded from listening if you’re more of a current events and/or human drama fan, we also discuss the latest on DS, the WN movement, and more! You don’t want to miss this!

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Gen-X FashyCast w/Johnny & Ronnie – Episode 2 – 08/21/2017

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Gen-X FashyCast w/Johnny & Ronnie – Episode 1

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In our first ever podcast, John and I discuss the pros and cons of #Charlottesville. We explore both confirmed and suspected macro-level developments leading up to this event, drawing upon our knowledge of, and interest in, World War II, as well as select intended and unintended consequences of this event. Please send us your thoughts, contributions and/or reactions on Twitter, Gab or via email.

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**UPDATE** So, the following Tweet, purportedly tweeted out by Mr. Kessler himself, has left Wilk Mocy Publishers with no other choice but to publicly condemn and disavow Mr. Kessler and everything he appears to stand for:

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Alt-Reichers, like Mr. Kessler here, within the Alt-Right movement face serious problems. First, Hitler was a founding father of Israel. He fully supported Zionism. His motives for doing so are irrelevant. Yet, 99.99% of Alt-Reichers are anti-Israel and anti-Zionist. Care to explain your hypocrisy and blatant Hitler apologia? Two, these same Alt-Reichers think they can do & achieve what not even real Nazis could do & achieve; what not even Hitler himself could do & achieve. I will debate any Alt-Reicher at any time on these issues.

The unvarnished truth is that Nazism broke down under the combined force of political and military pressure. Tis an error to attempt a repeat of a failed worldview and movement. The Nazis could not maintain their initial racial ideology and policies nor their imperial agenda. They failed.

Gen-X FashyCast w/Johnny & Ronnie – Episode 1 – 08/16/2017

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Netanyahu Refuses to Play ‘Victim Card’ apropos #Charlottesville

Israeli leader criticized for response to Charlottesville

JERUSALEM — Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu came under mounting pressure on Thursday to speak out against President Donald Trump’s response to the racially charged violence and anti-Semitic outpouring in Charlottesville, Virginia.

Netanyahu’s near silence on the march staged by anti-Semitic white nationalists — and Trump’s assertion that “both sides” were responsible for the violence — appears to reflect the Israeli leader’s desire to remain in the good graces of the embattled U.S. president.

But Netanyahu’s reluctance to speak out on such an important issue has set him apart from the growing ranks of Israeli leaders who have been outspoken in their anger, and risks alienating Jewish American leaders already estranged by certain Israeli policies.

A growing chorus of opposition politicians, commentators and even coalition partners has urged Netanyahu to take a stronger stance, even at the risk of antagonizing the president.

Trump has acknowledged there were some “very bad people” at Saturday’s rally, where a woman was killed when a car slammed into a crowd of counter-protesters. But he also said there were “very fine people” on both sides. The president’s equation of extremist hate groups and left-wing demonstrators brought condemnation from across the American political spectrum.

Though Netanyahu, who views himself as a leader of world Jewry, is ordinarily quick to rail against anti-Semitism, he waited three days to react to the violence in Charlottesville with a relatively tepid statement on Twitter.

“Outraged by expressions of anti-Semitism, neo-Nazism and racism. Everyone should oppose this hatred,” he tweeted, avoiding any mention of the president or Charlottesville. No such statement was issued in Hebrew, the state’s official language and the first language of most Israelis.

My comment: I’m very impressed with Mr. Netanyahu in this regard. He’s more supportive of #POTUSTrump than the American GOP! These two leaders, and the Visegrad 4 (V4) Group, appear to be the only leaders with enough rocks to stand up to pervasive Liberalism. If every Jewish leader and power figure reacted like Mr. Netanyahu here, anti-Semitism wouldn’t exist. The Liberal-Socialist Jewzis could learn a thing or two from the Israeli PM. Hand it like Beata, Bibi:

Netanyahu’s spokesman David Keyes said the prime minister’s statement was “unequivocal,” adding that he didn’t expect any further comment.

“I think he made his view on the repugnancy of any neo-Nazism abundantly clear,” Keyes said.

After clashing with President Barack Obama for eight years, Netanyahu welcomed the election of Trump, and he has worked to cultivate a strong relationship with the White House. Trump was warmly welcomed during a brief visit to Israel in May.

Sima Kadmon, with the Hebrew daily Yedioth Ahronoth, wrote on Thursday that after Netanyahu turned Trump “into the greatest friend of Israel in history — how can Netanyahu now issue a condemnation and talk about an anti-Semitic and racist president?”

“He does not want to alienate Trump,” said Eytan Gilboa, an expert on U.S.-Israeli relations at Israel’s Bar-Ilan University. But in the process, Gilboa said, Netanyahu is pushing American Jews further away.

Trump’s handling of the events in Charlottesville has begun to attract concern and criticism in Israel, even among politicians who admire him.

Immediately after Saturday’s march, Education Minister Naftali Bennett, leader of the nationalist Jewish Home party, said the waving of Nazi flags and symbols was not only offensive to American Jews, but also disrespected the memory of American soldiers who died fighting the Nazis during World War II.

“The leaders of the U.S. must condemn and denounce the displays of anti-Semitism seen over the past few days,” Bennett said.

On Wednesday, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, a member of Netanyahu’s Likud Party, sent a letter to the head of a major U.S. Jewish group expressing shock that “the most vicious symbol of anti-Semitism” was being paraded in American streets. “I know that the great nation of the United States of America and its leaders will know how to face this difficult challenge,” Rivlin said.

On Thursday, Deputy Defense Minister Eli Ben-Dahan, a member of the Jewish Home party, said Israel “must not stammer or hesitate in the face of anti-Semitism,” and leveled a veiled criticism of Netanyahu, saying “apparently some don’t want to enrage Trump.”

Opposition politicians have been more strident and open in their criticism of Trump.

“When it comes to racism, anti-Semitism and Nazism, there aren’t two equal sides — there’s good and there’s bad. Period,” said Tzipi Livni, a former foreign minister. She said Thursday that it seemed Netanyahu’s silence stems from his fear of angering Trump.

Lawmaker Shelly Yachimovich, a former Israeli opposition leader, came out swinging against Netanyahu for not speaking out against Trump.

“And you, prime minister of the Jewish people in their land, who warns us about the Holocaust every Monday and Thursday, with overdoses of fear and arrogance and weeks of ‘Never Again,’ what about you?” Yachimovich wrote on Facebook.

Netanyahu’s Facebook and Twitter feeds bore no mention of Charlottesville amid the slew of photos of the prime minister and his wife arm-in-arm on their vacation on the shore of the Sea of Galilee.

Netanyahu’s son Yair, however, who has a close relationship with his father, caused a public outcry when he appeared to parrot Trump’s sentiments. He wrote a Facebook post Wednesday saying the “neo nazis scums in Virginia” are a dying breed, but left-wing anti-fascist and Black Lives Matter groups, who he said hate Israel “just as much,” are “getting stronger and stronger and becoming super dominant in American universities and public life.”

My comment: Yair might want to rethink his particularly vicious rhetoric hurled at white patriots and white survival advocates who are NOT “neo nazis” or “scum.” Yair appears unaware that fascism came to America under the guise of anti-fascism. Yair should acknowledge that #WhitesAreTheNewJews. Check it:

#AmericaIsJustLikeNaziGermany. Check it:

American Jewish leaders have expressed deep disappointment with Trump. But if Netanyahu continues to remain quiet, that disappointment could quickly spread to him as well. Leaders of liberal Jewish groups, who represent the vast majority of American Jews, are already at odds with the Israeli government over issues such as egalitarian prayer and recognition of religious conversions.

Rabbi Thomas Gutherz, senior rabbi of Congregation Beth Israel of Charlottesville, said he has been too preoccupied with the events in his community to pay attention to the news in Israel. But Rabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the liberal Union for Reform Judaism, the largest American synagogue movement, said the prime minister “did harm to the cause of Israel and the cause of the Jewish people by having such a delayed reaction.”

Jacobs said he was particularly surprised by Netanyahu’s slow response. “Three days went by without a full-throated condemnation. It was quite distressing,” Jacobs said.

AP correspondent Rachel Zoll in New York contributed reporting.

LIKE A BOSS.

Facebook Troll Engages in “Reducto ad Nazium”

An individual on Facebook attempted to leave a comment accusing Wilk Mocy Publishers of trying to “make the Nazis more palatable.” Permit me to reiterate our goal, because this is fallacious.♠

Our goal is to disarm the Left and Right with real Third Reich history (#Real3R), as both use Third Reich history as a weapon against free speech, free thought, and freedom in general. It is up to our readers and listeners to decide for themselves whether Nazism is “more or less palatable.” That is irrelevant to our goal.

My Interview with Jake Arya of “Vegan Reich” (Pt. 2)

Wilk Mocy Feature Video

Jake Arya’s conversation with Weronika Kuzniar wherein we discuss de-weaponizing Third Reich history. Is the cartoonish version of Nazi Germany a serious threat to freedom, liberty & Jews today? Listen to find out!

The Vegan Reich channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdodOkleRNMof3Ihd8UTVzg

My Interview with Jake Arya of “Vegan Reich” (Pt. 1)

Wilk Mocy Feature Video

Jake Arya’s conversation with Weronika Kuzniar wherein we discuss de-weaponizing Third Reich history. Is the cartoonish version of Nazi Germany a serious threat to freedom, liberty & Jews today? Listen to find out!

The Vegan Reich channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdodOkleRNMof3Ihd8UTVzg