Friday, January 05, 2007

The Jewrmans founded Israel (and the Third Reich)

There is a bit of a hullabaloo making the rounds of the net. Guambat was tipped to it by John Mauldin's "Outside the Box" email, "Israel's Options Against Iran 1/4/2007". Mauldin cites a quote that can be found in a larger and more revealing context at the MEMRI website, as follows:
Iranian Presidential Advisor Mohammad Ali Ramin said that Hitler was Jewish, and that Hitler's policies were aimed at bringing about the establishment of a Jewish state.

On the one hand, his entire family, the people who shared his views, and his associates who brought him into power and stood by him to the last - including his lovers and his personal doctor - were [all] Jewish. On the other hand, he welcomed the policy of expelling the Jews from Central Europe for two other reasons: Firstly, the establishment of a Jewish government in Palestine was an aspiration of the rich and influential Jews who surrounded him. Secondly, exiling the Jews from Europe and Germany was a general and historical demand of the Western Christian nations. With the full support of the British, and in coordination with them, Hitler addressed this general demand and [thereby] managed to gain widespread popularity in Europe.
As the fuller MEMRI story reveals (assuming that it's translation and rendition is accurate), that whole, fantastic claim is based on one book:
A book that was published about this... - titled Adolf Hitler, Founder of Israel by Hennecke Kardel, a German born in 1922

Fortunately for us, that book appears to be published as an e-book, available online.

Guambat couldn't get through all of it, but found it most fanciful. Indeed, the book's author relates as how not only was Hitler a Jew, but practically every important personage associated with Hitler's creation of the Third Reich was a Jew, too, even Wagner. All you have to do is skip through the stuff. On practically every page another Jewish connection or complicity is "exposed". All you need for such forensic is a good "nose" for the job.

Guambat well imagines it may be the required text in some quarters, once it gets translated into Arabic.

Oi vay.

If you are to form any informed opinion of this, you should at least peruse:



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