The Hitler Worship Cult (HWC) claims/asserts that Donald Trump is “controlled by Jews.”
Is the HWC aware…
That one of the foundation members of the NSDAP, Emil Maurice, was ethnically part-Jewish?
That one of the early and popular Nazi Party members was Jewish clairvoyant and con man Erik Jan Hanussen?
That Hitler wrote a loophole into the Nuremberg Laws via the Supplementary Decree granting himself sole power to erase someone’s “Jewish stain” with the stroke of a pen?
That Hitler permitted an estimated 150,000 or more ethnically Jewish and part-Jewish persons to serve in the NS military? Clausewitz: “War (applied force) is the continuation of politics (Nazism) by other means (invasion and killing).” Hitler invaded a fellow Nordic-Aryan-Slavic nation, Poland, to erect a German chauvinist empire in Eastern Europe. Hitler used Jewish soldiers and even Jewish money (via the BIS and neutral, pro-Semitic Switzerland) to wage war and mass murder fellow Aryans/whites in Eastern Europe. Ponder that.
That Hitler allied with the “Jewish-Bolsheviks,” his Nemesis, to invade the Aryan/white nation of Poland? Poland was anti-Semitic and, like Nazi Germany, wanted Jewish people to get out of Europe and emigrate to Palestine. Hitler smashed them regardless..with Stalin’s help.
That Hitler sold out Eastern Europe to Josef Stalin and Bolshevism for the sake of carving out a Greater German empire in Eastern Europe? He sold out fellow Aryans for the sake of imperialism and German ‘ego recovery’.
That the Hitler government was granted a huge credit line by the governor of the Rothschild controlled Bank of England, Montagu Norman, in 1933..to get Germany back on her feet and to help get British made weapons into Hitler’s hands? Look into Vickers like Heinrich Pudor did. (Pudor held the NS government’s feet to the fire.)
That Helmuth Wilberg, a Jewish general, played a pivotal role in crafting Hitler’s “blitzkrieg” strategy as applied against Poland? Wilberg was head of aviation training command in 1939. See Bryan Rigg’s book.
That Hitler befriended and worked closely with at least two Jewish men while he was living as a homeless vagabond in Vienna? He had no problem selling his artwork to Jewish art dealers all over Vienna. These Jewish dealers made his living possible for quite some time. See Brigitte Hamann’s book.
That Hitler’s favorite woman, Winifred Wagner, had many Jewish friends and contacts? She personally acted in behalf of Jews on several occasions (against Hitler). So did Hitler’s friend and photographer, Heinrich Hoffmann.
That Hitler allowed Jewish soldier Ernst Bloch to rescue the Lubavitcher Rebbe Schneerson from the war zone..to make sure he survived unscathed?
That Hitler aided, funded, supported and abetted in every way possible Jewish emigration to Palestine..so that the Zionists could found the Jewish state there?
That Hitler aided, funded and abetted Hantoea, Ltd. to ensure that Jewish emigrants and companies had enough funds to establish themselves in Palestine?
That Hitler trained and housed thousands of Jewish pioneers in his hundreds of Hechaluz camps dotted throughout the Reich to ensure that young Jewish emigrants had the skills to succeed in Palestine?
That Hitler saved Zionism from extinction? Zionism was close to “kaput” in the late 1920s.
We have many, many uploads on this topic in the right sidebar of the website, as well as much more content about this topic in our book The Hitler Worship Cult.
One cannot simultaneously support Adolf Hitler and Nazi Germany and oppose Trump unless he or she is a HYPOCRITE. Period.
In our thirteenth podcast, the crow flies so deep in this one, well, John and I can’t even really put it into words. Just have a listen and be prepared to have your @zz blown off by our intense discussion of Mazism and how it permeates everything from AI to “innocent” Hollywood films, like Harry Potter.
The liberal press is now exploiting and dominating the growing Alt-Right gender divide “LIKE A BOSS”…
While this proposition is open to debate, depending on one’s definition of “political cuckoldry,” we’ll let the actual facts speak in our behalf. And, fact is, regardless of his personal impetus/motives/reasons for doing so, Adolf Hitler was a willing Founding Father of the Jewish State of Israel.
Hitler, whether the Alt-Reich/Alt-Right likes it or not, was a Founding Father of the Jewish ethnostate of Israel, which Alt-Right hero-President Donald J. Trump just officially endorsed via his declaration of Jerusalem as the CAPITAL of the Jewish State. The silence of the Hitler Worship Cult (HWC)/Alt-Right community is deafening.
Zionist Jews collaborated with Adolf Hitler and the NSDAP/Foreign Office in forcefully relocating Jews, by hook or by crook, from Europe to Palestine (now Israel). Here’s a synopsis of Klaus Polkehn’s main points in his groundbreaking article, The Secret Contacts – Zionism and Nazi Germany 1933-1941:
The discriminatory [Nazi] round-up of German Jews and their persecution was planned and implemented with the consent and collaboration of Jews who proudly called themselves “Zionist.”
A year and a half after the outbreak of war, January 11, 1941 , the Irgun Zvai Leumi offered an agreement of collaboration with the Third Reich. They said: “It is often stated in the speeches and utterances of the leaders of Nationalist Socialist Germany that a New Order in Europe requires as a prerequisite the radical solution of the Jewish question through evacuation. (Judesreines Europa) The solving of the Jewish Problem [Irgun Leumi’s words] and thus the liberation of the Jewish people once and for all [i.e., the “Final Solution”] is the objective of the political activity and the years’ long struggle of the Jewish freedom movement: the National Military Organization [NMO] (Irgun Zvai Leumi) in Palestine. The NMO, which is well acquainted with the goodwill of the German Reich Government [the Nazi Government] and its authorities towards Zionist activity inside Germany and towards Zionist emigration plans is of the opinion that: 1 . Common interests could exist between the establishment of a new order in Europe in conformity with the German [Nazi] concept and the true national aspirations of the Jewish people as they are embodied by the NMO. 2. Cooperation between the new [Nazi] Germany and a renewed Hebrew nation would be possible. 3. The establishment of the historical Jewish state on a national and totalitarian basis and bound by a treaty with the [Nazi] German Reich would be in the interest of maintaining and strengthening the future German position of power in the Near East.”
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.