23 May, 2021

The Jewish Declaration of War on Nazi Germany in 1933

Posted by Socrates in anti-fascists/antifas, anti-Germanism, book selections, books, Books recommended by Dr. William Pierce, communism, German nationalists, Germany, history, History for newbies, Hitler, Hitlerphobia, Jewish radicals, jewish revolutionaries, jewish terrorists & terrorism, Karl Radek, Marxism at 12:48 pm | Permanent Link

(Above: Antifa [a Jewish-founded movement] holds a meeting in Germany circa 1932, just before Adolf Hitler took office).

“The Jew cries out in pain as he strikes you” — old Polish proverb.

Hitler actually waited too long to get tough with the Jews (i.e., he waited about 4 years after taking office). Given that the Jews had been trying for years to sack Germany (think “Weimar Germany and the many Jewish/communist uprisings in that era”), Hitler was actually too kind to the Jews. And look where it got him [1].

“Thus, the fact – one conveniently left out of nearly all history on the subject – is that Hitler’s March 28, 1933 boycott order was in direct response to the declaration of war on Germany by the worldwide Jewish leadership just four days earlier. Today, Hitler’s boycott order is described as a naked act of aggression, yet the full circumstances leading up to his order are seldom described in even the most ponderous and detailed histories of ‘the Holocaust.'”



[1] circa 1920, Jewish revolutionaries such as Karl Radek would lead communist uprisings in the German cities that would last 3 or 4 days. Those uprisings included the use of rifles and explosives. Those uprisings were part of an effort to communize Germany. See the book “Communism in Germany! The Truth about the Communist Conspiracy on the Eve of the National Revolution” (1933) by Adolf Ehrt. It has lots of historical photos; a .PDF here. Another .PDF version is Here.

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