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Sunday, 18 August 2013

WW2 is being fought for Judaism




"We are fighting today for security, for progress and for peace, not only for ourselves, but for all men, not only for one generation but for all generations. We are fighting to cleanse the world of ancient evils, ancient ills. 
Our enemies are guided by brutal cynicism, by unholy contempt for the human race. We are inspired by a faith which goes back through all the years to the first chapter of the Book of Genesis: "God created man in His own image." 
— Address of the President of the United States Franklin D. Roosevelt, delivered before a joint session of the two Houses of Congress, January 6, 1942. 

"All sincere Jews admit that Judaism is a beautiful religion. Those who go deeper into the study of Judaism will readily state that it is not only a beautiful but also a necessary religion. The Second World War is being fought for the defense of the fundamentals of Judaism."
— Rabbi Dr. Samuel Felix Mendelsohn

The Sentinel (The American Jewish Weekly, Chicago), Vol. 128—No. 2, October 8, 1942, p.9.




10 comments:

  1. This observation is of course not surprising. It was 1942. Jews were attacked. The ultimate evil was in full swing.

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    1. What is the "ultimate evil," the gas chambers?

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    2. In 1942 the ultimate evil is of course Hitler and his wars. Jews needed to be defended against deportation, concentrationcamps, endlosung etc

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    3. It's always 'of course' with you. So the 'ultimate evil' is variable then. What's the ultimate evil in August 2013? Iranians?

      The Endlösung der Judenfrage, of course, features in the 1897 three point programme of the National Jewish Association - Cologne. Their Endlösung (Zionism) was, of course, not the same as the Endlösung (Auswanderung and Evakuierung) the Nazi regime decided upon in late 1941/early 1942. Although prior to Britain and France's wars against Germany, the regime had been a consistent supporter of Herzl's Endlösung. Which is why the Jews in Lehi—including, of course, future Israeli PM Yitzhak Shamir—offered their allegiance to the 'ultimate evil' in late 1940 and again in early 1941.

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    4. Dear Black Rabbit, the Holocaust was, of course, a jewish job. Established by high profile jews recognized as Zionists and bankers. That is why it is called Holocaust. Holocaust means that it is an offer by Jews because, as we know from the Bible, of course, Holocaust is Jewish. That the Germans were called Nazi is, of course, because they were in fact Ashkenazim and/ore supported by Ashkenazim. That all together does not, of course, mean that there were no normal right-thinking Jews that needed to be defended against the "ultimate evil". Judaism was in fact attacked by Zionists, Vatican and Nazi's (the Byzantium empire). Hitler was in fact payed in 1929 by jewish banker Rothschild (who also was legally owner of Auschwitz), Rockefeller and Shell. Rabbi Dr. Samuel Felix Mendelsohn stating during the war that "The Second World War is being fought for the defense of the fundamentals of Judaism" can not be seen as prove of the fact that Zionistst are the “ultimate evil” because that was in fact correct regardless the point of view. Jews needed and still need defense against Nazi's and Zionists because they are the flip-side of the same coin.

      It is because of Zionist jews before, during and after the war writing that WOII was there war and promoting the Endlösung that the repayment of the 'wiedrgutmachung' is, of course, a slame dunk case for Germany.

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    5. By the way: "Auswanderung oder Evakuierung” is something totally else than extrermination. Of course. As if the Germans wanted to save the Jews. “Evacuation”. That is done to saveguard. That is no 'Ausrottung oder Vernichtung'

      http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/2/2c/Carta_G%C3%B6ring.JPG

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