To install click the Add extension button. That's it.

The source code for the WIKI 2 extension is being checked by specialists of the Mozilla Foundation, Google, and Apple. You could also do it yourself at any point in time.

4,5
Kelly Slayton
Congratulations on this excellent venture… what a great idea!
Alexander Grigorievskiy
I use WIKI 2 every day and almost forgot how the original Wikipedia looks like.
Live Statistics
English Articles
Improved in 24 Hours
Added in 24 Hours
Languages
Recent
Show all languages
What we do. Every page goes through several hundred of perfecting techniques; in live mode. Quite the same Wikipedia. Just better.
.
Leo
Newton
Brights
Milds

12th Landwehr Division (German Empire)

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

12th Landwehr Division
12. Landwehr-Division
Active World War I
Country German Empire
Allegiance Imperial German Army

The 12th Landwehr Division (12. Landwehr-Division) was a unit of the Imperial German Army in World War I.

YouTube Encyclopedic

  • 1/1
    Views:
    62 879
  • The Jewish Question [Crucifixion, Holocaust, Israel]

Transcription

“NC you’re on the radical agenda, what’s your agenda?” “Do you think there is some sort of elite that is trying controlling us? The Jews or the like the Rothchilds?” “Do you believe in any of that stuff?” “I’m a left wing anti-white Jew who’s coming to destroy your civilization, and I’m so confident in my position that I’ll tell you about it right now” “What do we do? Oh my god, the goyim knows, we got to shut it down!” “Yeah, it's true, I mean 50% of the communists in Russia at the turn of the last century were Jewish, and they were like 2% of the population” “So let’s start with something that I think every one of us would agree with” “Marco Rubio is owned by Jews” “The king of the Jews will lead them all into some sort of anti roman paradise” “Destroy this temple and in three days I will make it rise again” “For I am my father are one and the same!”“In Brussels tomorrow. Paris the day after that.” “Are you the messiah? The son of god?” “For I am my father are one and the same!” “In Brussels tomorrow. Paris the day after that.” “And then again in Prague. Or Vienna. Or London.” “Who feel at home everywhere.” “The Jews!” “Hail Victory!” “I never prayed before but I was praying then. And I could feel every one of them praying with me.” “We have to take it, because no one will ever give it to us. A place to be a Jew among Jews suffered to no one.” “I thank God for hearing my pray” “The Israeli embassy in London was rocked by a letter bomb shortly after 9:30 this morning...” “While the rest of the game is playing games, olympic torches and brass bands and dead Jews in Germany. And the world couldn't care less.” “Weep O’ Israel. The day of your extermination draws near” “When the Arabs love their children more than they hate us - that’s when peace will come” The Jewish Question relates to discussions about the status, the treatment, and the impact of Jews in European society. The term was first used in Great Britain in the 18th century, when political nationalism was gaining popularity across Europe. Through this theme, the minority status of the Jewish people would be reflected on in regards to their rights, their persecutions and their influence in European culture. The peak of these discussions led to the rise of the National Socialists in Germany , who are blamed for the most destructive war in history. . It has also led to the creation of Israel, which is described as the world’s most intractable conflict. Discussions involving the Jewish Question have stirred up again in various alt-right circles in response to current world events. The bleak economic outlook of the west the constant ongoing tensions between racial groups mass immigration policies that threaten civilisations and the continual conflicts that go on between incompatible cultures have all questioned the value of diversity and multiculturalism. These are similar themes that were discussed in conversations between the Jewish and Non-Jewish communities in Europe which coincides with Hitler's popularity in the 1930s. Like many people in western society, I was taught in government schools the Allied version of history. That Hitler was an evil monster who was responsible for the deaths of 6 million jews. That the attack on Pearl Harbor was unprovoked. And that the atomic bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki was justified. This narrative was also promoted by the entertainment industry throughout my lifetime, found in popular cartoons, video games and movies. I was only personally challenged to reexamine my perspective through two recent phenomenons. The first was the YouTuber Evalion, a young Canadian woman who produced provocative content relating to World War 2, Hitler and the Jewish Question She exploded with popularity during her short lived YouTube career - gaining seventy thousand subscribers before she was banned from social media. Due to the nature of her content, she attracted many hateful responses from other larger YouTubers, compelling their audience to chase her out of the community. Before she was exiled, she encouraged other people to look into these issues themselves to form their own conclusions. She inspired me to do so, compelling me to invest my time and resources into creating this presentation. “Did the holocaust happen?” “No” “It didn’t happen? “No” “No, that’s a money maker that they got” The other phenomenon was the coincidence detector a free browser plugin for Google Chrome that identified Jewish people and Jewish organisations by surrounding their names in parentheses. After installing this plugin, I was surprised to find that the many articles that promoted multiculturalism, immigration, feminism and other leftist talking points were written by Jewish people in Jewish owned media outlets. These same publications denounced anyone who challenged their leftist narrative to be racist, fascist, anti-semitic or a neo-nazi which is a sophist trick used to push people into separate conflicting categories. This is amplified with various European laws that make it a criminal offense to challenge, deny or reject various world war 2 propaganda such as the 6 million holocaust figure European academics, historians and political commentators which have also included many Jews, have been prosecuted or imprisoned for challenging the holocaust narrative further shutting down rational discourse These restrictions on civil liberties and free speech have been purposely implemented so conversations can not take place. While it is currently taboo or even illegal to promote National Socialism, Hitler and the Jewish question, it’s popular and profitable to attack whites, capitalists, straight males, traditionalists, rationalists s and other baskets of deplorables that have recently found traction within the alt-right movement. This one sided attack should ultimately demonstrate who rules over who, as it’s usually the people you can’t criticise who holds the power. This presentation will go over the significant turning points of European history - told from the Jewish perspective The main historic events discussed will be the Crucifixion of Jesus. The diaspora of the Jews by the Roman empire. The persecution of Jews throughout the middle ages. The Jewish Bolshevik revolution in Russia. The aftermath of World War 1. The rise of Hitler. World War 2. The creation of Israel. And the continual Jewish influence that is found in our current cultural narrative. Why was the King of the Jews crucified by his own people? By the end of this presentation, you will know the important events of European history, and the impact that Jews have had throughout the world. Why was the King of the Jews crucified by his own people? What Jewish influence led to the reactionary National Socialist movement? And why is the situation in Israel the most intractable conflict in history? This is Love Life and Anarchy and this will be the Jewish Question. “All this blood, comes back to us. We’re Jews Avner Jews don’t do wrong because our enemies do wrong. Suffering thousands of years of hatred doesn’t make you decent. If we’re supposed to be righteous, that’s a beautiful thing... That’s Jewish That’s what I knew that’s what I was taught. And now I’m losing it. I lose that. That’s everything That’s my soul. " A jewish person might refer to an individual that culturally, religiously, politically or personally identifies with being Jewish. For this presentation, I define Jews as the people that have an ethnic lineage to Israel and Judea. The origins of the Israelites and their religion Judaism is told through the old testament. From the bible, the Hebrew people were once enslaved by the Egyptian pharaohs but were liberated through the prophet Moses and the strength of their God. After pressuring the Egyptians to release the Hebrew people through ten plagues Moses led the Israelites out of bondage with the parting of the red sea They then settled in the land of Canaan under monarchy rule, led by great renown kings such as King David and King Solomon Their rule and independence was shortly overturned by foreign invaders including the Assyrian Empire, the Babylonian Empire, the Persians Empire, Alexander the Great and finally the Roman Empire who governed Judea until the Jews were exiled. The Jews founded and practiced their ethnic and national religion Judaism one of the oldest and still practiced religions today. This Jewish belief centers on the conviction that there is only one true God, Jehovah that is without form, timeless and is present everywhere. This God has a covenant to the people that he created, the children of Israel and chose the Israelites to be his people, the chosen people. This god was so great, that it could not be reflected with an idol or a man made image as there can be no representation of the absolute divinity and singularity of God. While this idea of a one true God is central in today’s Abrahamic religions including Christianity and Islam it was unusual and contrary to other ancient religions of the time. The Romans, the Greeks, the Egyptians and the Pagans adopted a polytheistic system of religious deities. Where there was a pantheon of gods and goddesses, which can be chosen and worshipped based on your own personal lifestyle and subjective preferences. These gods were often created in the image of men, that committed immoral and sinful behaviours such as gluttony, sloth, lust, adultery and manslaughter. Other pagan religions that was found near Israel promoted human sacrifices, child sacrifices, incest, homosexual relations, prostitution and sex with animals. In contrast to these pagan religions, Israel had a system of universal laws and ethical standards delivered to Moses from God. These ten commandments forbid behaviours typically found in pagan communities, such as theft, murder and adultery - and instead promoted Abrahamic religious standards, such as tradition, worship and humility Their scripture denounced most pagan behaviours as immoral prohibiting sexual relations outside of marriage, and labelled the practice of human sacrifice as barbaric. Under Judaism, the punishment for sinful behaviours that were usually permitted in pagan societies resulted in harsh capital punishments. These laws heavily promoted family values, sexual responsibility and obedience to tradition within their culture. Through these beliefs and the strict adherence of their own moral standards the Jewish way of life has survived intact throughout the millenniums while the Roman, Egyptian, Ancient Greek and pagan cultures, have all been discarded and forgotten. One of the fundamental parts of Judaism was the biblical prophecy of the messiah. That one day, there will be born among them a redeemer, who will bring their people into salvation and perfect freedom. This messiah was prophesied to unite the Jewish people, reward the righteous, rebuild Jerusalem, and deliver the chosen people into ever lasting peace. This belief of a messiah gave the Jewish people hope during difficult times, as their Messiah was said to be a great leader who will inspire others to follow his example. This hunger of leadership was especially desired during the Roman occupation of Judea, as Romans were seen as Israel’s oppressors. To the chosen people, the Romans were heathens who defiled their one true God. They obstructed the Jews into becoming a true independent state as promised by their prophets. The Romans were conquerors who rejected the divinity of the chosen people, and instead believed that might makes right. Although the Romans permitted Judea to operate autonomously and allowed the Jews to practise their religion freely they warned them not to rebel or challenge Roman rule. The consequences for defying Roman rule were brutal with crucifixions and other means of torture being used to discourage similar insurgencies. This messiah was prophesied to unite the Jewish people, reward the righteous, rebuild Jerusalem, and deliver the chosen people into ever lasting peace. It’s not uncommon for the Roman empire to genocide entire civilisations as punishment for resisting their dominance. The Roman Empire became increasingly demanding and oppressive to Judea. Under the Census of Quirinius, the Romans ordered the Israelites to return to their place of birth so they can be recorded and taxed Israelites were forced back to their birthplace, causing great shifts in populations, disrupting trade and religious practices so they can be recorded and taxed by their oppressors. To the Jews, taxes were no better than the reintroduction of slavery. God alone was the ruler of Israel and their property belonged in Judea, not to the pagans in Rome. While some Jews tolerated and submitted to Roman rule, other Jewish nationalists objected. They sparked a rebellious movement which would later create the Zealot uprising. These zealots were the religious and political group that opposed Rome’s occupation. They aimed to incite the people of Judea to rebel against the pagan Roman Empire, and to expel them from the Holy Land. The land of Israel was divided into three conflicting factions The Romans, who declared Judea as their own province. The Zealots, who conspired to overthrow the Romans. And the Israelites, who tolerated Roman rule and rejected the Zealot movement out of fear of Roman reprisal promoting the worship of their God instead. These three opposing factions created riots, upheavals and divided the people both politically and culturally from within Judea. From this turmoil, the desire of a Messiah who could maintain the peace grew. The Romans would also welcome this Jewish messiah, as they prefered peace over insurgency. Amidst this tension, a unique Jewish preacher was gaining popularity in Israel, who performed public teachings about the glory of God. Unlike the rabbis who preached from writings and oral recitations this man spoke extensively through metaphoric stories and parables gathering large amount of crowds to listen to his gospel in new profound ways He was (((Jesus of Nazareth))) The self proclaimed son of God and Jewish messiah. He preached the true meaning of Jewish law the kindness and generosity of God the value of forgiveness the importance of loving your enemies and the goodness of caring for the poor His large mass of followers would also include Jewish rabbis, who were inspired by his public speaking skills and unique retellings of old prophet stories. Jesus was well versed in Jewish scripture and law. He challenged the rabbis to intense theological discussions. Unlike the priests, Jesus spoke to everyone the dispossessed, the discarded, the sinners and he was not afraid to challenge authority. Some Jews saw in Jesus the only man capable of easing tensions in Israel capable of bridging the peace between the Romans, the Zealots and the Israelites. What’s not often referenced about Jesus is that he was the first prominent Jew who spoke against the rich and the pursuit of money. He preached that anyone who gave up their property for God will be rewarded a hundred times over in the kingdom of heaven. He encouraged his followers to sell all that they have, to give their money to the poor and to follow him as you cannot serve both God and money According to the gospel, Jesus was able to feed his poverty stricken followers by performing miracles relieving them of the burden of work, money and trade through magic. Jesus’ distaste for money, trade and the rich caused him and his followers to attack traders and merchants by the second temple denouncing the market place as sacrilegious to God’s teachings. These teachings and actions will drive future religious leaders to adopt anti-capitalism laws and inspire Christian socialist revolutionaries to perform similar revolts throughout time. The zealots saw the potential of military victory within Jesus and his followers. His qualities and leadership skills could potentially be used to unite the people of Israel rebel against the Roman Empire and fulfill the prophecy of the Messiah. But they were disappointed when Jesus instead preached the virtue of passiveness and forgiveness. He compelled the Zealots to love their oppressors, to take their sins on their shoulders, rather than fight for independence. This both confused and angered the zealots, as they were unable to forgive the Romans for their past injustices. They would later reject Jesus as their leader and their Messiah, conspiring to overthrow the Roman empire on their own. The Jewish priests who were initially inspired and influenced by Jesus’s parables and interpretations of Jewish law grew to dislike Jesus as he became more abrasive to the institution and increasingly popular with the common people. Contradictory to the teachings of the Jewish prophets, Jesus preached that everyone the Israelites, the Romans, and the Pagans were all welcomed into the kingdom of heaven if they accepted the word of God. This would mean that their God could have a connection with anyone that accepted him as their lord and saviour, not just the chosen people, which directly counters Jewish beliefs. The Rabbi’s dislike of Jesus turned into disdain, as Jesus constantly reaffirmed that he was the messiah and the son of God. According to the teachings of Judaism, the messiah could not to be a god or a supernatural figure, but one of flesh and blood a mortal that possessed normal physical capabilities. To proclaim that you were the Son of God, born from a virgin mother, was blasphemous under their law. Jewish priests and rabbis did not accept Jesus as their messiah as he did not meet the requirements needed to be the messiah. The Jewish leaders considered Jesus to be a dangerous revolutionary that challenged the institution of religion and the stability of the region Jesus was not seen as a bringer of peace, but the bringer of war. And in this turbulent time between the Romans, the Zealots and the Israelites Jesus was more likely a liability to the Jewish people, than a redeemer. Jesus was brought before the Jewish elders after being betrayed by Judas. In adherence to Moses’ laws, Jesus was accused of committing blasphemy for declaring himself the Son of God. The elders did not have the judicial power to sentence Jesus under Roman rule so they pressured the Roman prefect of Judaea, Pontius Pilate, to perform the trial and execution himself. In all the gospels, Pilate is shown to be reluctant in condemning Jesus, as he could not find anything treasonable in Jesus’ actions. He eventually gave in to the mob when the temple guards couldn’t control the Israelites. The Jewish leaders recommended that Jesus be executed for treason, as he titled himself the King of the Jews. as he titled himself the King of the Jews. Still reluctant to crucify Jesus the book of Matthew describes that the Jewish crowd was willing to accept complete responsibility for Jesus’s death Matthew 27:25 All the (((people))) answered, ‘His blood is on us and on our children! Christians would later believe that this blood curse made all Jewish people responsible for Jesus’s crucifixion. “Christ-killer” would be the anti-semitic war cry yelled by the fanatical mob when they killed Jews throughout history which would especially occur during the middle ages. The crucifixion of Jesus did little to qualm the Zealot’s desire of independence against Roman rule. They revolted thirty years later in response to Roman taxation tensions from religious differences and Roman defilements within the Jewish Temple. The zealots and other Jewish nationalist factions took up arms against the Romans and rebelled starting the first of their three Jewish Roman wars Although they were initially successful in expelling the Romans from Judea the great Zealot revolt would later be put down by the future Roman emperors Vespasian and Titus in the Siege of Jerusalem The Jews were completely inexperienced in warfare. While the Romans had legionnaires, extensive military training and weapons of war the Jews would constantly in fight, lacked proper leadership and even sabotaged their own food supply Even though the city of Jerusalem was heavily fortified and surrounded by three walls the zealots could not withstand the Roman war machine The siege of Jerusalem lasted for seven months and ended with the sacking of Jerusalem city which involved the plundering of Jewish artifacts and the destruction of the second Temple in 70 AD. Many Jews were sold into slavery or crucified after the sacking of Jerusalem. The Romans performed up to five hundred crucifixions per day setting an example to other provinces who were considering similar rebellions The destruction of the temple also devastated the Jewish community as their temple was center to their religion, their culture, their government and their economic life. The end of the temple didn’t just end the Jewish revolt, it also marked the end of an era. This event is commemorated with the Tisha B’av, an annual fasting day which is regarded as the most saddest day of the Jewish calendar. Two more rebellions from the Jews signifies the last of the Roman Jewish wars, which ended with the crippling defeat of the Jews. These three defeats scattered the Jewish people across Europe and turned Jews into permanently exiled people with no national homeland. Emperor Hadrian, seeing Judaism as the cause of the Jewish rebellions, attempted to root out their religion from the Roman empire. He prohibited the Torah, the Hebrew calendar and executed Judaic scholars. He also wiped the name Israel off of their maps, renaming the region to Syria Palestina instead. And he barred Jews from entering their cities, unless it was to do with their holy holidays. The Jews dispersed throughout the Roman world and beyond. It would take them two thousand years before they would come together again to reclaim their homeland. Jewish christians and non-Jewish christians who fled Jerusalem before it’s siege saw the destruction of the temple as divine proof that the chosen people fell out of favour with God. This gave the Christian movement religious legitimacy and renewed their convictions. The Christians separated themselves from the mother faith, claiming to be the rightful heirs of the Jewish heritage and the true followers of God. One of the most important religious figures of the time was (((Saint Paul))). Before his conversion to Christianity, Paul heavily practiced Judaism and personally enjoyed persecuting Christians. But as he traveled on a road to Damascus he experienced a blinding light and heard Jesus speak to him asking him why he was persecuting him and his followers. This vision had such a profound affect on Paul that he didn’t eat or drink for three days. He was baptised shortly after, converting himself from Judaism to Christianity. This divine revelation from God inspired Paul to preach among the jews and the non-jews, or the gentiles, about the revelations of God. Because he was a Greek speaking Jew whose father was a Roman citizen, he was comfortable in many different environments and could speak to all classes of people. In over 30 years, Paul journeyed over ten thousand miles across the Roman Empire, preaching the gospel of Jesus. He preached in some of the most important cities, home to poor desperate people, who became attracted to the Christian message of eternal life. Due to the work of Saint Paul and others like him Christianity became the most rapidly expanding religion throughout the empire, although it was still was a minority religion. At first, the Romans didn’t mind that the Christians choose not to worship the Roman gods. The Roman Empire was prosperous and there was little Christians. It was only after the Great Fire of Rome in 64 AD did persecutions against the Christians begin. There were rumours that Emperor Nero ordered the torching of the city himself To divert that attention, Nero blamed the Christians instead and ordered that they should be arrested. At the time, Christianity was an obscure religious cult with a small following, so they made for easy scapegoats. Arrests and executions soon followed Some Christians were torn apart by dogs others were burnt alive as human torches while others were fed to the lions in the circus arena. This began a long period of persecutions towards the Christian community from the Roman empire. Despite these persecutions, Christianity continued to grow. It spread through synagogues, merchants and missionaries throughout the known world growing in size and influence In 313 AD, the Emperor Constantine made Christianity legal and for the first time Christians were allowed to worship openly. Churches were quickly built throughout Europe and Asia Minor. Christianity began to transition into the dominant religion of the Roman Empire becoming the official state religion in 380 AD Today, Christianity is the world’s largest religion, representing a quarter of the world’s population. What started as a tiny sect of Judaism during the life of Jesus, became the dominate religion of the entire world. This is regarded as a remarkable and tremendous feat and it’s profound influence deeply affected the western world for centuries beyond the fall of Rome. The western Roman Empire declined and collapsed a hundred years later. It’s fall is faulted on economic declines, reduced military strength, political instability and the constant invasion of barbarian tribes. The empire broke apart and it’s people became decentralised. Landlords, priests and the divine right of Kings became the societal order of the middle ages commonly referred to as feudalism. The middle ages would heavily draw it’s culture and its customs from Christianity and it’s religious laws. During the Middle Ages, Jews resettled and lived in different geographical areas throughout Europe. Most still followed Judaism and held strong ingroup preferences for their own race causing them to live in tightly concentrated Jewish communities. Because of their faith, traditions and their religious rituals they preferred to live and work in urban environments to benefit from the infrastructure that cities provide. They avoided and disliked working in the farming fields of rural areas. Jews did not make for great farmers because of the high amount of menial physical labour required. But they did excel in intellectual tasks - such as accounting, merchanting, trading and entrepreneurship. Most Christian kings forbade Jews to own farming lands or serve their government, which also drove Jews into these intellectual areas. In the book “The 10,000 Year Explosion”, Anthropologist Gregory Cochran makes the interesting case that the intellectual abilities that Jews are known to have evolved rapidly as a response to the hostile survival pressures that they faced. Jews were like any other race in the ancient era, mostly made up of farmers and peasants. They were not intellectually prominent, made no contributions to the mathematics or the sciences and there were no indications that Jews were unusually intelligent. Contrasted with the classical Greeks which were home to many renowned intellectuals and philosophers the Jews had an underwhelming scholarly presence. This differs from the present day, where Jews are known to be the big leaders in intellectual matters. Today, they make for the smartest and highest IQ group out of any other ethnic race. Jews have received 25% of the world's Nobel Prizes despite being only 0.2% of the world’s population. Ashkenazi Jews are disportionately found in the upper classes of society boosting the productivity and economic level of their nations. Holding these positions enables them to have a disproportionate influence over national policies. They often see themselves as a minority group, and push for globalist policies, regardless of the needs of the native population they reside in. They were heavily involved in pushing Communism both in the 20th century and today as well as promoting egalitarianism, multiculturalism and other ideologies that promote the wellbeing of minorities over central nationalism. There are also dramatic negative aspects in being Jewish. They are much more likely to develop a set of serious genetic diseases such as Tay-Sachs disease, Gaucher’s disease, Niemann-Pick disease and familial dysautonomia. These diseases are up to a hundred times more common in Ashkenazi Jews than any other European population. Jews are also more likely to experience OSD, hysteria and insanity, which is why some Jews are stereotypically seen as neurotic, distraught and compulsive. These attributes are unusually common among Ashkenazi Jews so common that they constitute a puzzle in human genetics. These attributes developed in Jews throughout the middle ages. It gave them an advantage over business, academics and entrepreneurship. Many of them would become great capitalists and business leaders which would create apprehensiveness towards them in competitive gentile environments. The most obvious disparity involved usury, the practice of lending money out at an excessively high interest rate. Charging interest was seen as unethical in the Catholic Church following Jesus’ teachings. The Code of Canon Law forbid money leaders from changing interest to people of the same faith. Christians were not permitted to charge interest to other Christians, but they were permitted to charge interest to Jews. This rule also applied in reverse. These irrational religious laws created economic issues within their communities and heavily distorted the market in the favour of Jews through artificial means. The rate of interest is supposed to be set through market signals. If more people are saving their money, interest rates should be lowered to encourage lending. But if more people are borrowing money, interest rates should rise to encourage saving. Not respecting market signals and setting interest rates at arbitrary levels leads to significant economic problems including bank runs, malinvestments, boom and bust economic cycles, and bankruptcy. Jews took an important position in the city's economy lending money out to the Christians and reaping the benefits of their monopoly privileges. The more successful Jews lent out money to the aristocrats, lords and even their kings. While these Jews exploited the favourable religious laws to their advantage they were also obligated to pay huge levies and taxes in return for their minority status and personal protection from the King. Many of these Jewish moneylenders were criticised for their seemingly greedy business practices. William Shakespeare caricatured these moneylenders with the popular antagonist Shylock in “The Merchant of Venice”. Jewish villains from plays such as these are usually depicted as evil, deceptive and greedy. These characteristics are also referenced in anti-semitic environments in England and Germany to promote the idea that Jews are cruel lecherous outsiders. Jewish money lenders faced significant risk through their business practices which was in turn used to justify their high interest rates. Their clients could choose not to pay their debts which means they’d lose the money that they had loaned out without any compensation. Christians owing large sums of money to Jewish lenders encouraged anti-semitism and personal attacks to relieve them of their debts. And if large debts from aristocrats, lords and kings got unmanageable the rulers could exile the Jews from their lands to render their debts void. Through exile, not only would Kings be freed from their debts, but they would also inherit all of the other debts that were owed to the moneylenders making it extremely profitable for rulers to banish this minority group In France, Jews were expelled three times to avoid paying their debts, but were reinvited each time as France needed their financial services over and over again. After King Edward of England was deep in debt, the Edict of Expulsion expelled all Jews in 1290 But the Jews were reinvited hundreds of years later after England needed their financial services again. These exiles are usually met without any resistance from the locals as not many people cared for the rights of the Jews, and it was preferable than taxing their whole population. Continual tensions between Jews and Christians deepened through the middle ages. The Jews were still blamed for the crucifixion of Jesus through Matthew's blood curse. They were frequently victims of sacrilegious accusations such as host desecration, blood libel, and Jewish conspiracies. Some Christians believed that Jews kidnapped and murdered children so they can use their blood as part of their religious rituals. These accusations were often supported only by the testimony of the accuser who likely held a prejudice against the Jewish people. Alleged perpetrators were often trialed and found guilty based on little evidence. The penalties for Jews accused of defiling hosts were severe. Many Jews after accusations and torture, falsely confessed to their alleged crimes and the accused Jew would be condemned and burned sometimes with all the other Jews in the community as it happened in Beelitz in 1247 and in Prague in 1389. Jews were also attacked and killed during the crusades. The most notable slaughter being the Rhineland massacres. The call of the First Crusade, which was to conquer the Muslims in Israel, inspired an outbreak of anti-Jewish violence. The Jews were perceived as just as much an enemy as the Muslims, and were targeted accordingly. Many Jews in the Rhineland were also wealthy from usury practices, which motivated the crusaders to plunder them. While the crusaders justified killing Jews as an extension of their Catholic mission the Rhineland massacres was condemned by the pope and other Christian leaders describing the actions of the crusaders as intolerable, detestable and tyrannical. The Black Plague, the most devastating pandemic in human history, was also faulted on the Jews. As the plague swept across Europe and killed half of the population Jews were treated with suspicion as they were less affected than others. This was because Jews were isolated in their own communities separate from high traffic areas where the disease was more likely to be passed. And Jewish customs promoted cleanliness which prevented infections they bathed often, washed their hands before meals and cleaned corpses before burials reducing the outbreak of the disease. Because Jews were already often persecuted, gentiles would accuse the Jews of deliberately poisoning wells to spread the disease. Renewed religious fervor and fanaticism emerged in the wake of the Black Plague, as people were constantly surrounded by death and terror. In some cases, governments encouraged rioters to punish Jews - while other tried to protect them. There were many brutal attacks against Jewish communities during the black death. The citizens of Strasbourg murdered 2,000 Jews. Many others were burnt alive. The Jewish communities in Mainz and Cologne were exterminated. By 1351, 60 major and 150 smaller Jewish communities had been destroyed. Many Jews choose to kill themselves to avoid the excessive rage of the Christians. The violence against the Jewish communities only ended when the plague waned in 1350. Despite the end to the black plague, Jews would still suffer massacres in Europe from alleged host desecration which includes the Brussels massacre that killed twenty Jews some decades later. The Black Death changed the European economy and society in a dramatic way. Most of the dead left behind entire estates and other belongings to the survivors. The prices of land and goods dropped significantly in most parts of Europe. Through these factors, Europe experienced an overall rise in its standard of living. The economic abundance from the population cull was a major factor in transitioning out of the middle ages into early modern history. Early modern history and the age of enlightenment saw many political and economic shifts within society. The industrial revolution made it so economic power no longer stayed in the hands of Kings and lords but expanded into the capitalists and workers as well. Farmers and peasants who became skilled workers produced more value to the society. Romantic nationalism bloomed in the 19th century which spurred the idea that productive workers ought to have more say in state affairs. These ideas spawned movements and revolutions in Europe the most notable being the spontaneous revolutions of 1848 that occurred all throughout Europe which had the goal of removing old feudal structures and replacing it with independent national states. The idea of socialism, the economic and political system based on collective ownership was gaining popularity across Europe in the eighteen hundreds. The most influential thinker and writer who promoted it was the German Jew (((Karl Marx))). His theories held that all societies develop through class struggle that the privileged capitalists who owned the means of production will forever exploit the working class through surplus value and profiteering He criticized this capitalist system as inherently unstable that the class divide between the bourgeois and the proletariat would eventually become so disproportionate that the lower class will rise up and take over the means of productions for themselves. He envisioned that once the dictatorship of the proletariat was complete it would end class struggle, inequality and the exploitation of labour forever creating a true communist society of equals In his most famous work “The Communist Manifesto” he argues that the theory of communism can be summed up in a single sentence “abolish private property”. He outlines how this can be achieved through the ten planks of communism found in the same manifesto. Some of these planks include heavy taxation centralisation of banking establishments centralization of infrastructure the means of production transferred to the state and the removal of private property. Marx argued that through these actions, class distinctions will disappear and all production will be concentrated in the hands of the whole nation. If the proletariat swept away the oppressing class, it will create the conditions necessary for true communism. The promises of socialism and communism appealed to the revolutionary groups in Europe and Russia who oppose monarchy, capitalism and religion. Some of these groups took it amongst themselves to bring the revolution through violence means including terrorism, rioting and assassinations. The “people’s will” was one of these socialist political organisation in the Russian Empire. They advocated using terrorism to spur mass revolt against the ruling class. On the 1st of March 1881, they successful assassinated the Emperor of Russia, Alexander the second by throwing an explosive device that killed the emperor and injured twenty more. The man who assassinated the emperor was rumoured to be a Jew, and a close associate of the assassin was born into a Jewish home. While most of these socialists were atheists and the wider Jewish community had nothing to do with the “people’s will” the assassination inspired retaliatory attacks on Jewish communities throughout Russia which was encouraged by the Tsar. Two hundred anti-Jewish events occurred in the Russian empire between 1881 and 1884. The new term “pogrom” was used to describe these large-scale attacks on Jewish people. During these pogroms, thousands of Jewish homes were destroyed many families were reduced to poverty, and large number of Jewish people were injured in over a hundred towns. Many Jews fled from Russia and migrated to Germany and the United States as a response. Socialists revolutionaries such as “people’s will” encouraged these pogroms seeing it as a way to further incite the chance of a socialist revolution. After the assassination, the new Emperor of Russia reformed its laws to become more nationalistic, autocratic and orthodox as a response to the socialists that killed his father. He encouraged persecuting the Jews to weaken Judaism and also enacted the “May Laws” which prohibited certain trade and property rights of Jews. “He’s a good man. They always kill the good men. The ones that help the most” “They killed my grandfather. He freed the serfs you know. He helped them. So they threw a bomb. “Stolypin was a good man.” With the constant outbreaks of pogroms experienced by the Jewish community the persecution of Judaism through Christian zeal the relentless reduction of Jewish rights through governments and the indifference of Jewish sufferings by the gentiles the Jewish community established dialogues with themselves around the world about the future of their people which would form the basis of the Jewish Question The Jewish Question was a reaction to anti-Semitic and nationalistic movements especially felt in Russia and its objective was to permanently solve the continual persecution of the Jewish people. Through much of these discussions, the Jews were split into three separate groups Some secular Jews believed that the solution to their problems was international socialism as advocated by Karl Marx In a classless stateless society the Jews would not be seen as an outside distinctive class but as equals to the gentile community. This idea appealed to Jews on the left who disliked the idea of capitalism, competitiveness and nationalism. Other secular Jews believed that their safety could only be guaranteed with the founding of an actual Jewish state as it was in Judea before it was destroyed by the Romans. This movement would call itself Zionism, and it arose in the late 19th century. Political zionism appealed to Jews on the right who were enthusiastic about the ideas of capitalism, competitiveness and nationalism. The third branch were the Jews who were not secular and rejected the idea of Jews belonging to an ethnicity or a nation instead embracing the religious practice of Judaism. They still believed in their prophecy, that one day there will be a messiah that will unite the Jewish people create the nation of Israel and bring everlasting peace. They rejected both of the left and right political solutions. While these three solutions were completely different in approach they were united with the goal of ending persecutions in their societies. The Russian communist revolution of 1917 is usually credited towards Jewish influence but it was a Russian christian which ultimately broke the people’s support of the Tsar Workers who were recently freed from serfdom went to work in urban cities. Those workers were confronted by factory workflows, distressing working environments and were bossed around by capitalists. Some workers were unhappy with the long working hours, low wages and a lack of safety in their workplace. Socialists encouraged these workers to strike for better conditions to disrupt Tsar rule. Some of these strikes would involve thousands of people walking out of their jobs creating friction between the workers, the capitalists and the Tsar authorities. Father Georgy Gapon, motivated by the teachings of Jesus took an interest in the working lower classes. But unlike the Socialists who wanted to completely dismantle Tsar’s rule he protected the divine right of kings. He organised a compromise between the workers, the capitalists and the Tsar to hand deliver a petition from the workers to the king which respectful expressed the desires of the workers. The march on Winter Palace to deliver this petition was not to be a revolutionary or rebellious act as the workers that followed him held traditional conservative values of religion and respected the authorities. Thousands of workers marched towards the Winter Palace in six columns intending to present their petition to the king. But the emperor was away and was not at his palace. As several thousand workers approached the Winter Palace, officers panicked and opened fire on the crowd killing and injuring hundreds of people, including families who supported the Tsar. What started as a peaceful demonstration ended with a massacre. After the bloodshed, Father Gapon declared that “There is no God any longer. There is no Tsar!” which delegitimised the position of the Tsar and his divine right to rule. The repercussions of the event laid the foundations for the soviet revolution some ten years later. Following the events of Bloody Sunday, the Tsar fell out of favour with the common people of the world. Many Russians stopped their support of the emperor and joined radical political parties. Influential Jews in Germany who wanted to stop the pogroms in Russia financially supported the socialist revolutionary party who were committed in bringing down the Tsar. The German Empire during World War 1 would later grant safe passage to the political leaders of socialist party throughout Europe as they promised to withdraw Russia from the war if their socialist revolution was successful. Through continual worker strikes the push for revolutionary socialism the common people withdrawing their support for the emperor and the economic hardships suffered from World War 1 the first Russian revolution occurred. It resulted with the last Emperor of Russia stepping down and the creation of new provisional government in it’s place. This provisional government only lasted for eight months before the Bolshevik Party led another revolution that was organised by (((Leon Trotsky))). He was the second man in the Bolshevik Party who promoted the idea of permanent revolution. In a permanent revolution, Russia needed to provoke other nations around the world to politically promote revolutionary socialism until the whole world rejected capitalism and embraced communism. The Bolshevik party itself was led by (((Vladimir Lenin))). He created the idea of vanguardism, whereby a class conscious political party would lead the proletariat into revolution which would later become the one party communist state. The entire Tsar family would later be executed by Lenin and Trotsky’s men during Russia’s civil war to solidify their power including their five children. Praising and thanking the Jewish contributions that helped Lenin and Trotsky the communist party enacted policies that would condemn all anti semitic movements and called for the common people to combat it everywhere. The pogroms stopped by the end of Russia’s civil war fulfilling the Jewish leftist objective of ending persecutions within socialist Russia. But as part of the communist tradition, the soviets would suppress all religious practices and push for anti-religious laws. Religion was seen as historically oppressive for enabling the divine right of Kings and Tsar rule. The worship of God also threatened the legitimacy of the soviet State. Churches were destroyed, synagogues were shut down and their religious officials were forced to resign. This pushed both Christianity and Judaism underground, heavily promoting secularism and atheism in it’s place. Once Lenin became the head of state, he issued decrees that resembles the ten planks of communism that Marx advocated. The state seized private property nationalised the Russian banks confiscated saving accounts seized church property and nationalised factories In a single sentence, Lenin and the Bolsheviks abolished private property. One of the most prominent capitalists affected by these communist decrees was the Russian Jew Alisa Rosenbaum who after migrating to the United States changed her name to (((Ayn Rand)))). I’m a radical for capitalism. And this is my flag. Rand had her entire family business confiscated by the Soviets and her household was displaced by the communist state sentencing her to a life a poverty and soviet oppression. When Rand was granted visa to visit her American relatives she was so overwhelmed by the skyline of Manhattan that she broke down and wept what she would call “tears of splendor”. She immigrated to the land of opportunity as soon as she was able to. She would later develop her philosophy Objectivism through her books the Fountainhead and Atlas Shrugged. Atlas Shrugged was voted as the most influential book after the bible by the Library of Congress. Objectivism was a rational philosophy which served as a guide to living a virtuous life based on reason. It would ultimately promote individualism, heroism, greatness and capitalism which were the foundational principles that drove North America to the great country it used to be. “A little girl dancing round and round my room. And my mother saying ‘Why do you listen to such nonsense. Bach, Mozart, Beethoven is you must… but this? Such a bright mind Alisa, such terrible taste’ But this was mine you see, my discovery, my joy. And this they could not take away from me. “Those Soviet… They took everything else. The phonograph, the house that phonograph was in, my life in that house. But not what was mine - that I would not surrender. The idea of joy. Because if I could hear it in the music, then it had to exist… somewhere...” Having experienced communist Russia and the Bolshevik revolution she warned Americans of what would become of their country if they continued to promote collectivism and altruism in the mainstream narrative. “I feel that this country is being destroyed by its philosophy. Specifically, by its universities. The most dangerous thing in this country today are the universities because they are teaching the kind of ideas that would necessarily have to lead to the destruction of this country. When all those institutions from Harvard on down are preaching collectivism mysticism, and above all altruism, self sacrifice all the disgusting kind of ideas that the whole world has been nurturing for centuries when they do that, this country can’t survive.” “It is our duty to win. We have nothing to lose but our chains” “Today you’re supposed to apologize to every naked savage, anywhere on the globe, because you are more prosperous. Because you’ve earned your money, you have to feel guilty and apologize for it while he hasn’t and doesn’t intent to learn from you.” “The rich people they got all this money and they are not giving us any of it” “If that’s what universities are preaching... If that’s what children are taught... Once they leave college what do they bring to Earth? They take dope. They try to kill their mind in every way possible. They live right in the moment. They have no values, no goals and no selfishness.” “But anyone who’s a success, has to be attacked for his success. Let us all make a sacrifice. Let’s lower our standard of living… and we’ll all be living better” “Now is that a proper philosophy to tell a country that has pride and self esteem? I think that the American people is too good for that kind of program” Yuri Bezmenov, who used to be a propagandist for the Soviet Union shared similar indoctrination methods used by the communist state. “How ever ridiculous it may sound, the world communist system, or the world communist conspiracy. Whether I scare some people or not, I don’t give a hoot. Marxism Leninism ideology is being pumped into the soft heads of at least three generations of American students. Without being challenged or counterbalanced by the basic values of Americanism, American patriotism. The result? The result you can see. This is exactly what the KGB and the Marxist Leninist propaganda wants from Americans. To distract their attention and mental energy from real issues of the United States into non issues into a non world, non existent harmony. This is what will happen in the United States if you allow all these schmucks to bring the country to crisis. To promise people all kind of goodies and the paradise on Earth. To destabilize your economy, to eliminate the principle of free market competition and to put big brother government in Washington DC it will create false illusions that the situation is under control. The situation is not under control The situation is disgustingly out of control. The economic and social hardships from World War 1 that drove the socialist movement in Russia also drove similar inspired socialist revolutions across Europe which included Spain, Hungary, Germany and an attempt in the United States. In America, a prominent political activist who supported the Bolshevik revolution and pushed for a similar revolt was left-anarchist (((Emma Goldman))). She was Jewish foreigner who emigrated to the United States to escape poverty She would later undermine America's principles of individualism and capitalism promoting left-anarchism, anarcha-feminism, inciting riots and planned the assassination of a capitalist to inspire a leftist revolution. After she was released from prison, she visited Soviet Russia and was shocked to find what communism actually looked like Instead of equality and worker empowerment, she found workers laboring under severe conditions the corruption of the state, and the suppression of speech and media. During her visit, strikes erupted in March in 1921 where workers took to the streets to demand better food rations and more union autonomy. Goldman felt responsible for their status, and supported the members in their strike in solidarity. A military response was ordered by the soviet state, and in the fighting that ensued around a thousand people were killed and two thousand more were arrested. Goldman saw no future in Russia and fled to Eastern Europe to continue spreading anti-capitalism ideas While she was free to flee Russia, others were not. Over 60 million unnatural deaths would be later recorded under this ideology that this Jewish foreigner advocated. Germany also experienced a socialist revolution inspired by the Bolsheviks, which would be the German Revolution of 1918. It was a civil conflict at the end of the First World War that resulted in Germany’s emperor going into exile and the establishment of the Weimar Republic, a democratic government. The republic didn’t allow for a worker union style leadership that was seen in the Soviet Union and opted for a national assembly of parliament members instead. The members not only included socialists, but also the upper class and capitalists to avoid a possible civil war that was experienced in Russia. The committed communists wanted a more Bolshevik inspired soviet state and organised a second revolution a few months later. It was led by another Jewish foreigner who wanted the proletariat to end capitalism, (((Rosa Luxemburg))). Luxemburg advocated that the workers should use violence to seize power themselves encouraging rebels to occupy various buildings, including the media and press. But the second revolution was short lived when the republic government ordered the destruction of the left-wing insurgency Veterans and militia, who came back from the great war, would fight against the socialists in the streets of Berlin. Rosa Luxemburg and her Jewish conspirators were captured and executed with Luxemburg's body being dumped into the Landwehr Canal, ending their revolt. The Germans who stopped the revolution took satisfaction in fighting the communists as they were blamed along with the Jews for losing the war. This is referred to as the “Stab in the Back” and although it is commonly thought to be a myth, has valid historical significance. The Germans were the most proficient fighting forces and killers in all of Europe. They were among the highest intelligent on the IQ spectrum were well disciplined, trained, equipped and were driven by the spirit of German nationalism. During world war 1, Germany, Austria-Hungary and the Ottoman Empire were fighting sometimes up to fourteen other nations at a time. The Central Powers were outnumbered and outmatched by allied forces fighting against multiple fronts in trench warfare. But given German’s ferocity, proficiency and experience from previous wars they were able to earn victories over various fronts despite all odds. After the Germans and the Jews in Germany were able to help Russians achieve their Lenin’s Bolshevik revolution the Russian soviet state pulled out of the war, which allowed the Germans to pool their resources against France and England. These fifty new divisions focused their German attacks completely into the west marking the most successful and deepest advances by either side since the beginning of the war. These series of attacks is known as the Spring Offensive, which launched them deep into French territory and gave the Germans flanking opportunities to break the enemy's ranks. German U-boats, which were state-of-the-art submarines formed blockades around enemy ships and British trade lines, crippling Britain’s economy and naval power. The French and the British were ready to surrender up until the Americans joined the war The new allied reinforcements shattered the Spring Offensive and gave way to the hundred days offensive the final push of the First World War. It defeated the German army and pushed them out of French territory until there was a formal agreement from Germany to stop the fighting. America’s entry to the war is considered to be controversial as many Americans were divided into what role America should play in international relations. Most Americans were neutral and didn’t want to interfere with the affairs of Europe President Woodrow Wilson of the Democratic party, campaigned his reelection on the popular slogan “He Kept Us Out of War” Two years later, he would plead with both houses of Congress to declare war against Germany to “make the World Safe for Democracy” implying that Germany's militarism threatened the world. The two major events that changed America’s political opinion of the war was the Zimmermann Telegram and the sinking of RMS Lusitania. The Zimmermann Telegram was secret message between Germany and Mexico that was intercepted by British intelligence. In the telegram, Germany offered a military alliance with Mexico should the United States enter the war which angered the Americans, as they recently had a war with Mexico. The sinking of RMS Lusitania by a German U-boat, which was used by the British to smuggle ammunition, also caused major diplomatic uproar. Hundreds of American citizens on board were killed in the attack. It was later revealed that the British purposely flaunted the boat in dangerous U-boat areas knowing an open attack would incite the Americans to join the war. But what’s not as publicly known is that Jewish Zionist interests also influenced the United States to enter the war. They initially supported and financed Germany and Japan, as they were fighting a war against the hated Tsar in Russia. But they also saw an opportunity to reclaim their Jewish homeland of Judea should the allies be victorious. If the Zionists could help the allies defeat the central powers, the allies could give them a piece of the Ottoman Empire in return. The possibility of reclaiming Judea was something the Zionists were committed in achieving. A prominent American jew, who converted from Judaism to Catholicism, was (((Benjamin Freedman))). He said that Jews in London sent messages to (((Louis Brandeis))) one of the Jewish members of the Supreme Court instructing him to pressure President Wilson to join the war. Other Zionist power brokers, such as Bernard Baruch, Paul Warburg and Jacob Schiff also pressured America. Media that was mostly controlled by Jews started to depict the German Emperor and it’s people as barbaric huns who threaten freedom, peace and democracy. They pushed the idea that American involvement was needed to make the world safe for democracy. It is also speculated that Jewish Zionists leaked the Zimmermann Telegram, or the code it was encrypted with, to purposely anger the United States. Six weeks after Woodrow Wilson published the Zimmermann Telegram, the U.S. declared war against Germany but not with its other allies of the Central Powers, sending tens of thousands of American’s to their deaths for foreign interests. The best evidence that shows this Zionists influence is the Balfour Declaration a short letter by the British government that acknowledged the establishment of a Jewish national homeland within Palestine. The British made this arrangement on territory it had no right to on behalf of all jews they didn’t consult with, while ignoring the desires of the Palestinian people as it was made. The British authority would also publicly declare a similar arrangement for the Arabic community a promise that Britain will support an independent Arab state in Syria should the allies win the war. These series of letters between the Arabs is known as the McMahon Hussein Correspondence and it was made to encourage an Arab revolt within the Ottoman Empire, to help the allies win the war effort. These two conflicting declarations between the Jews and the Arabs formed the beginning of the Israel Palestine conflict the world’s most intractable conflict that’s still in dispute today. The sudden German defeat after its victories and successes were blamed on outside groups including communists, socialists and Jews. The communists encouraged many strikes within the arms-industry factories, which weakened the war effect. The socialists, who had initially supported the war, began to protest and undermine the war effort seeing it as a rich man’s war on the backs of the poor. And various Jewish influence, such as Marxism in Germany Leninism in the Bolshevik revolution Rosa Luxemburg in the attempted second revolution and the Zionists who were responsible for the Balfour Declaration were all tied together as enemies who stabbed them in the back because they wished to see national Germans fail. The greatest humiliation of Germany was the peace treaty they were forced to sign at the end of war, the Treaty of Versailles. One of the most controversial provisions in the treaty was the guilt clause. It laid all fault and responsibility of the war on Germany guilting them for all of the horrors of the great war. Germany had only joined the war effort to support Austria-Hungary’s invasion of Serbia so they felt it was unjustified to label them as the cause. The treaty forced Germany to disarm its army, destroy its tanks dismantle its air force remove its U-boat fleet and demilitarised the Rhineland. They also had to pay an enormous amount of war reparations to allied countries. John Maynard Keynes predicted that these harsh reparations would lead to the financial collapse of Germany which will in turn trigger serious economic and political repercussions that will be felt across the world. The French general Ferdinand Foch would later remark that this treaty was not a peace, but an armistice that will last for twenty years. Germany was also forced to give up land to France and Poland. The most significant shift in territory was East Prussia, which was isolated from the Germany’s mainland. This separation created significant international problems between Germany and Poland - which would later become the main cause of World War 2 The treaty devastated Germany It created an overall sense of guilt, humiliation, bitterness, resentment and betrayal over the German people. No one thought that it was right that Germany should take full responsibility for starting the war nor was it right that they should pay enormous war reparations that made their lives a daily struggle. It was this German anger that made them willing to unite under any leader that would speak against it. While the allied victory undermined the future of Germany - for the Zionists and the Arabs - their future looked promising. Britain’s victory over the Ottoman Empire meant they could fulfill the arrangements they had made with their partners. The zionist organisation wanted recognition of their Jewish homeland the worldwide immigration of Jewish people into Palestine the safeguarding of their rights and Jewish control over the holy places. The Syria Palestine territory that the British annexed from the Ottoman Empire would later be named mandatory Palestine. However, in the Balfour declaration, the term "national home" was intentionally worded ambiguously by the British. As there was much opposition in British parliament to grant Zionists their own nation state so they used the term “national home” rather than “national state”. The British ignored all of the Zionist requests, only granted them the right of being citizens in Palestine. The British also betrayed the Arabs when they promised them the right of self-determination and independence for revolting against the Ottoman empire giving them neither in return. The French and British would control and administrate new mandatory Palestine themselves which was legitimised by the new League of Nations. The high commissioner of mandatory Palestine tried to establish self-governing institutions in Palestine as required by the league of nation's mandate but the Arab leadership refused to cooperate with any institution that included Jews. The immigrated Jewish population in Palestine increased dramatically, along side with Jewish-Arab violence. The competing national interests between the Arabs, the Jews and the British led to Arab Revolts, Jewish insurgency and eventual civil war. The great depression of the 1930s, the deepest and longest lasting recession in history had a disastrous effect in America and in Europe. What started as a market crash, prolonged into significant reductions in spending investments, production and employment levels. One in every four workers were unemployed and walked the streets in despair. Banks, businesses and farmers fell into bankruptcy and ceased operations as the sense of unending dread fell on the entire western industrialised world for a decade. Many people believed that the Great Depression was the result of unbridled capitalism. Greed, speculation and the profit motive were all blamed. Communist talking points were in the forefront of discussions again as Marxists and socialists faulted the Great Depression on the inherent workings of capitalism. These dialogues promoted a new surge in the communist movement spurring a communist revolution in Spain, which ultimately ended with a civil war and a fascist dictatorship. Other economists, such as John Maynard Keynes, blamed the depression on the lack of public confidence. Businessmen and capitalists were faulted for not spending enough money to maintain or improve the economy. They advocated for government intervention and deficit spending to boost confidence which will reignite the economy. But there was one Jewish economist who not only predicted the great depression, but several other recessions as well who was laughed at by the greater economist community - (((Ludwig Von Mises))). Mises, and later Friedrich Hayek, both predicted the great depression through their unique methodology of praxeology which is the study of human actions. Through the Austrian school of economics they warned that the credit expansion of the roaring twenties did not increase the supply of real capital goods but instead promoted an illusory prosperity that looked like a boom. While people thought this boom reflected real economic growth, it only reflected government stimulus that was created by the Federal Reserve. With every artificial boom, there must come a bust that corrects the market and that was the Great Depression. This economic theory, developed in the Austrian School, is known as the Austrian business cycle and it is used to explain how business cycles occur. These views are considered controversial by mainstream economists as it places the blame entirely on government involvement and central banking which goes against the popular narrative that capitalism needs to be regulated. Regardless, through the Austrian business cycle theory, other Austrian economists have predicted the Dot com bust the saving and loan crisis, and the housing market crash while other economists didn’t. Perhaps the most prominent Austrian economist was (((Murray Rothbard))). He is considered to be the founder of anarcho-capitalism a new form of modern libertarianism. Not only was he opposed to central banking like the other economists but he also opposed all of the monopoly services that the state provided saying goods and services that are provided by the government can be provided more efficiently by the private sector. Unlike most socialist Jews, this jew promoted the complete opposite of communism preferencing self-ownership, unregulated capitalism, private property rights and the non-aggression principle above all else. This relatively new school of thought is still alive and spreading around the world today and is the major inspiration behind this YouTube channel. The works of Mises and Rothbard are often referenced to attack the Jewish invention of communism as their arguments directly counters the false promises of Marxism. The psychological effect of the great depression was especially felt in Germany. Homelessness, starvation and unemployment plagued their country. Not only did they suffer from the worldwide recession, but the Treaty of Versailles made payment obligations impossible to fulfill. The Weimar Republic eventually resorted to printing additional fiat currency the Papiermark, to meet the obligations of the treaty and the demands of their own people. The unrelentless printing of the Papiermark diminished the value of their currency severely. As prices ran out of control, Germany faced one the first and extreme cases of hyperinflation the world has ever seen. A loaf of bread that cost two hundred and fifty marks in January would rise to two hundred thousand millions marks within a year. People had to collect their wages in suitcases. One person who left their suitcase unattended found that a thief had stolen the suitcase, but not the money. A man would retire and find the savings from his retirement fund could only buy him one cup of coffee. One woman sold her house to find she couldn’t buy a loaf of bread with the money she received a few weeks later. The middle class who saw their savings and businesses destroyed were the worst hit. And it was not uncommon to see starving families and their children begging in the streets. The causes of hyperinflation seemed unclear and unpredictable to Germany at the time. It was only in retrospect were the causes of hyperinflation obvious. Similar cases hyperinflation can be seen in the Zimbabwean dollar and in Venezuela where their socialist governments who are unable to meet their debt obligations have resorted to printing money which has created havoc in their country's economy. The hyperinflation of Germany attracted the international community to Berlin which became the sexual tourist capital of Europe, unrivaled by any city before or since. Since the Weimar constitution eliminated almost all forms of censorship, Berlin was a hotbed for sexuality and homosexual culture earning the title as the world's most immoral city. On any given evening, over six hundred establishments such as massage parlors, sex clubs, cabarets and private torture dungeons promised unique sights and pleasures. Most of the nightclubs and vice resorts were owned and managed by Jews. Research into sexuality was led by Jewish sexologists ((((Ivan Bloch))) and (((Magnus Hirschfeld))). They promoted pornography and sex over the traditional institutes of marriage and family. They also perform primitive sex change operations, removing male genitals and fashioned vaginas for the transgender community. Theatres were used around the city to exhibit female stripteasing, which would turn into scenes of public masturbation. Male prostitution, homosexual bars and nightclubs were populated by gay men, lesbians and transsexuals in wild incomparable subcultures. A group of fourteen year old refugees girls from communist Russia made a lucrative living in Berlin as prostitutes. Little girls were freely available for sex at child brothels. Mother and daughter teams offered their services to the same client simultaneously. In the peak of hyperinflation, the most exquisite blowjob in Berlin never cost an American tourist more than 30 cents. To the conservative Germans, Berlin was looked upon with disdain, further humiliating their nationalistic spirit. Germany used to have a first-class army. Now they had first class perversion. Everyone in Germany wanted an explanation for why this was happening to them. What was going on in Berlin? Why was inflation so terrible? Why can't they buy food? Why did their sons die? And why was the rest of the world blaming them for the war? Mixed with the fear from the Bolshevik Revolution, people were ready for any explanation. The communists rhetoric was dominant during this period, blaming classism, the republic and capitalism for many of society’s problems. They pushed for another attempt of a communist revolution within Germany. However, a German soldier of world war 1 had a different explanation to its country's ills as he spoke to his peers with great passion. He said that there were no such thing as classes. That everyone who was a German all had the same blood, the same eyes, and speaks the same language. That here, there can be no class, only a single people, and beyond that - there is nothing else. He said that it wasn’t the weimar republic, or the Papiermark or outside Jewish influence that created Germany but the people who were the Germans, that had the German blood in them. That was Germany's most precious possession - their own people. This was Adolf Hitler, veteran soldier of World War 1 who would later become the Chancellor of Germany and Führer of the Third Reich. He had the answers to Germany’s enormous distresses and economic upheavals faulting the problems not on the German people, but on outside Jewish influence, which included capitalism and communism. He was a naturally charismatic public speaker, speaking with passion, vigour and enthusiasm. His voice was overwhelming powerful and spellbinding. Whenever he gave his talks, the whole room would shake with emotion and applause chanting the name “Hitler Hitler Hitler”. His public speaking and rhetoric appealed to the both sides of Germany's political spectrum. It appealed to the left, as his narrative promoted socialism and anti-capitalism. But it also appealed to the right, as his narrative promoted nationalism, German soldiers and anti-communism. By appealing to both the left and the right sides of the political spectrums he was able to generate huge public support for the party he was representing the National Socialist Worker’s Party - which he would later become the leader of. Before he was a speaker for the national socialist party, he spent most of his life being a homeless drifter in the city of Vienna after being rejected at the art college. Vienna had a large Jewish community just before World War 1 nearly 9% of the two million residents were Jewish. The large Jewish influx of immigrants fleeing from Russia and Romania was as a heated political issue and the social climate was openly anti semitic. At the time, the mayor of Vienna was the Christian Socialist Karl Lueger, who was openly antisemitic and promoted anti-Jewish media. There was no restriction on antisemitism in this community, and Hitler was strongly influenced by this. While he wasn’t good enough to earn a position at the Academy he discovered that other Jewish artists were. Some of these Jewish artists would later migrate to Berlin to work in their sexual tourist industry, producing pornography and erotica for a living. The “Protocols of Elders of Zion” is a widely circulated anti-semitic document that was prevalent in Europe. Originating somewhere in Russia in the nineteen hundreds, it describes a Jewish conspiracy for global domination. They would do so by subverting the ethical system of the gentiles, controlling the press and manipulating the world’s economies. Although the protocols is one of the best known and most discussed examples of literary forgery it’s existence is widely referenced as it created divides between the gentiles and the Jewish community. It would later be studied in German schools to justify the persecution of the Jews. The Protocols of Elders and other publications would purposely misinterpret the Talmud the most major of all books in Judaism after the Torah to promote offensive commentary towards Christians and the gentile community. Some of the well known fabrications include gentiles being property to the Jews that the virgin Mary was a harlot that the Jews are permitted to kill Gentiles and that at the time of the Messiah, every Jew will have 2800 slaves. The Protocols of Elders of Zion and the Talmud fabrications would create mistrust towards the Jewish community. Hitler and the gentiles would be heavily influenced by these publications, and would be later used to scapegoat Jews over Germany’s problems. The fear of Jewish Bolshevism was also solidified in German culture and political discourse. For the middle-class Germans, the experience of the communist revolution was so real, so close to home and so Jewish that even the most progressive Germans believed that there was a Jewish conspiracy plotting against Germany. Originally, Hitler was ordered to spy on the National Socialist Worker’s Party and report on any potential communist threats. The purpose of the party was to unite German workers against both international capitalism and international communism. They would do this by promoting anti-Marxism, anti-semitism and opposing the Treaty of Versailles to unite all of the German Europeans. Hitler was impressed with the parties narrative and became involved. Hitler's considerable oratory and propaganda skills were appreciated by the party leadership. He generated a large support base, became well known in Munich’s political circles and won the greatest share of the popular vote in the two general elections. Under pressure from politicians, industrialists, and the business community President Paul von Hindenburg appointed Hitler as Chancellor of Germany, which made him a major figure in the coalition government. As a response to the openly anti-semitic Hitler becoming the Chancellor the greater Jewish community organised a worldwide economic boycott against the country to further cripple its economy which was the Anti-Nazi boycott of 1933. Many Jews in Germany and Palestine discouraged the international boycott saying that it would promote anti-Jewish violence within Germany. These Jews issued statements supporting the Nazi regime, confident that the authorities wouldn’t let themselves commit excessive crimes against the Jewish people. Germany and the international community saw the boycott as an act aggression. Some newspapers going so far to use the headline “Judea Declares War on Germany”. In response, the Nazis initiated a boycott of their own boycotting all Jewish stores in Germany for one day which would be lifted if the anti-Nazi protests were suspended. Brownshirts stood in front of Jewish owned stores. The Star of David was painted in yellow and black with placards stating “Don’t Buy from Jews!”. This boycott encouraged other countries to perform their own Jewish boycott which included Quebec, Poland and even the United States of America. It was largely unsuccessful in Germany, as the German population continued to use Jewish businesses anyway. The world wide Jewish boycott continued for months and damaged the fragile German economy. The Zionists in mandatory Palestine did not support the boycott and instead offered Germany a trade deal, the Haavara Agreement. This agreement enabled Jews who wished to leave Germany for Mandatory Palestine economic support as they could transfer some portion of their assets to their new migrated homes. For the Nazis, this trade was seen as a way of breaking the Anti-Nazi boycott of 1933 which they thought was a threat to national interests, as well as way of reducing Jewish influence in Germany For the Zionists, it was a way to encourage European Jews to immigrate to Palestine as most Jews did not want leave their established homes. Most of the Jews who organised the economic boycott were opposed to this trade deal as it not only undermined the boycott effort, but also strengthen Germany's and Palestinian’s interests. By the time World War 2 broke out, Israel’s economy would have half of a trillion dollars worth of assets shipped from Germany via the Haavara Agreement. The deliberate arson of the German Parliament played a pivotal role in the establishment of Nazi Germany. Van der Lubbe, a communist, declared that he had started the fire when he was trialed and sentenced to death. Hitler urged the President to pass an emergency decree to suspend civil liberties in order to counter the actions of the Communist Party of Germany. After passing the decree, the government instituted mass arrests of communists including delegates of the community party, pushing the Nazi Party from being a minor party to the majority. The Night of Long Knives, a purge that was organised by Hitler, followed a few months later. The Nazi regime carried out a series of political executions intended to consolidate Hitler’s power. he groups killed included: the paramilitary wing that helped Nazi’s rise to power, left wing politicians members of the Nazi party other socialists communists conservatives that were unreliable the Catholic Centre Party and media journalists who opposed the Nazi party. The Night of the Long Knives was a turning point for the German government as it established Hitler as "the supreme justiciar of the German people". The Soviet Union also experienced a similar purge once Lenin suffered a stroke and was replaced by Joseph Stalin. People who were considered counter-revolutionary or enemies of the people were killed to consolidate the authority of Stalin. While at least 85 people died during Germany's purge Stalin’s great purge resulted in hundreds of thousands of victims being executed or sent to the Gulag labor camps over decades. Leon Trotsky, the Jew responsible for the Bolshevik revolution, was also exiled from Russia, and later executed by Stalin’s men along with most of his family. These purges continued with mock trials, high profile executions, foreign ethnic cleansing the executions of ordinary Soviet citizens, and reintroduced the pogroms against the Jewish community. After the national socialists got into power, they enacted socialist economic policies to make Germany’s economy work in the state’s interest. Hitler had little interest in economics and was totally ignorant of economic theory. He believed that people were above the economy, and the economy was above capital and capitalists - when it’s really the other way around. He opposed both capitalism and communism, enacting policies that didn’t reflect either. Unlike communists, he allowed business owners to keep their property, but unlike capitalism, he controlled everything else. Private ownership was in name only, as the actual direction resided in the German government. State auditors would decide what was to be produced, in what quantity, by what methods, where it would be distributed, by what price, and by what wage. The Nazi rule reflected the collectivist principles of socialism, stating that the common good comes before the private need. And just as the individual is owned by the state, so to is his property. Capitalists were no longer entrepreneurs, but shop managers who were under the direction of the state. This was socialism in the Nazi paradigm. And although it was not as obvious as socialism in the Soviet paradigm they both were enacted by totalitarian government as socialism always needs to have a totalitarian government to stop property rights. Hitler was focused on job-creation programs until he shifted into military production. Germany embarked on a Keynesian economic policy that would increase government spending borrowing, and printing, to direct the economy into the military channels that Hitler wanted. Businesses who were reluctant to follow the plans of the New Order were forced into line. Hitler’s economists rejected the free market and instead admired the policies of Keynesian. Similarly, Keynes would admire the national socialists back. Keynes himself praised the Nazi’s economic policies in the foreword of the German edition of the General Theory in which he expressed that his theory is more adapted to the condition of a totalitarian state than the conditions of a free market. Social life was also centralized by the Reich. Under the organization "Strength through Joy" the leisure time of the people was regimented. No organised social, sport or recreational groups were allowed to function without the oversight of the state. Local traditions were attacked and eliminated. Firearm laws were relaxed for ethnic German citizens, but were outlawed and banned for Jews. And the elimination of Christian symbols from public places and schools was also attempted. Education came under the control of the Minister of Education administration which designed the curriculum, rewrote textbooks, and licensed teachers. Nazi book burnings, organised by the German university students, were ceremonial events that targeted literature that opposed Nazi ideology Pornography and books by Jewish intellectuals were burnt, including books related to marxism, communism, bolshevism, pacifism, egalitarianism and anti-Germanism. Ten of thousands of people would attend these bonfires, which included live music, singing, incantations and mass chants such as “No to decadence and moral corruption” The first of the Nazi policies that institutionalised their racial narrative were the Nuremberg Laws three significant policies that would reduce the rights of Jews within Germany. These include not allowing marriages or sexual relations between Jews and gentiles. Not allowing Jews the right to vote or hold political jobs. And not allowing Jews the right to employ any German females under 45 into their households. Identically, Israel would enact much more discriminative racial laws within their own Jewish nation some years later. In Israel, it is illegal for Jews to marry people who are outside of the Jewish faith. Palestinians within Israel are granted different rights to Jews. They are not permitted freedom of movement their towns received less government funding than Jewish towns they received heavier prison terms than Jews and they experienced employment discrimination as public funding is unequal. What’s more, while Jews are guaranteed the right to become citizens of Israel, gentiles are not which means they similarly couldn’t vote or hold government positions. The discriminating laws that were denounced in Nazi Germany by the Jewish community would later become the national standard of laws in Israel, which are enacted by the same ethnic Jewish community. The Nuremberg Laws made Jews seek asylum abroad, but there were not many countries that would invite them in. German authorities announced that residential permits for foreigners would have to be renewed which included German-born Jews of foreign origin. Twelve thousand polish born jews were forced out of their homes by Hitler’s orders and were only permitted to take one suitcase. Anything else would be confiscated by the state. These Polish Jews were put on trains to the Polish border, where their Polish guards would send them back over the river to Germany. This stalemate continued for days in the pouring rain, with the Jews marching without food or shelter between the two borders. The conditions in the refugee camps were so bad that some tried to escape back into Germany and were shot by its authorities. This inspired a homeless refugee Jew in Paris to avenge his family who was caught in the stalemate, (((Herschel Grynszpan))). On behalf of those twelve thousand exiled Jews, he would enter the German Embassy in Paris and shoot Ernst vom Rath, the German ambassador to France, five times in the stomach. This enraged the German people, justifying a Nazi promoted pogrom in Germany, which is referred as Kristallnacht. In the 9th of November 1938, German civilians, authorities and paramilitary forces ransacked Jewish homes, hospitals and schools. In one evening, a few hundred synagogues were set on fire, some were centuries old. Several thousand Jewish businesses were destroyed or damaged. And under a hundred Jewish people were murdered. his was widely reported as it was happening and sent shock waves around the world. Most of the German public and the Nazis did not support the Night of Broken Glass. Large numbers of Germans had joined the Nazi Party for pragmatic reasons, and did not care for its ideology. Those people expressed extreme disgust to the persecutions of the Jews. The propaganda ministry directed the German press to portray opponents of the pogroms as disloyal, and were ordered to downplay the events. The peak of opposition against the Nazi racial policies was reached then when the vast majority of Germans rejected the violence perpetrated against the Jews as a disgrace. The Protestant and Catholic churches also disapproved of the racial persecution. Internationally, the Night of Broken Glass sparked contempt. It discredited pro-Nazi movements in Europe and North America, leading to eventual decline of their support. Many newspapers condemned the event, with some comparing it to the murderous pogroms incited by Imperial Russia in the 1880s. The United States recalled its ambassador, while other governments severed diplomatic relations with Germany. The brutality of the pogroms, as well as the Nazis encouraging the violence, exposed the anti-Semitism entrenched in Germany. It turned world opinion sharply against the Nazi regime, with some politicians even calling for war. The Night of Broken Glass was a significant turning point in Germany. Persecutions were not economic, political or social anymore but expanded to be physical with beatings, incarcerations and murder. The Nazis issued further discriminative policies towards Jews, increasing their taxation for the murder of Vom Rath. The number of emigrated Jews surged, fleeing to other European countries, as well as the United States and Palestine. As part of government policy, the Nazis seized theirs houses, shops and other property that they left behind for their own interests. The original objectives of the national socialists was to nullify the Treaty of Versailles unite all German speaking Europeans into the Third Reich and to claim additional agricultural lands to stop food shortages from blockades, which the Germans called Lebensraum. As part of the Treaty of Versailles, Germany was forbidden to rebuild its military, but the Weimar Republic rebuilt a replacement in secret. Hitler’s nazi party would then expand and intensify production out in the open forcing its citizens to produce armaments, reintroduced conscription and converted factories to build war machines. The remilitarization of the Rhineland by the German Army took place on 7 March 1936 when German military forces entered the Rhineland in defiance of the Treaty. This gave Hitler military superiority over nations in the West and put France in a weaker position. Both Great Britain and France would condemn this action, but neither intervened to enforce their treaty if they had, Nazi’s Germany would have been defeated then and there. The joint political unification between Germany and Austria, known as Anschluss, is often described as an invasion. Although Nazi troops did cross the border into Hitler’s home country they did not meet any resistance and were welcomed by the majority of the Austrian people. Germany’s economic recovery after world war 1 both inspired and impressed the Austrians as their country faced political instability, assassinations, military coups, and economic hardships. In comparison, Germany was united, had full employment and celebrated a strong national identity. It would inspire other Austrians to create their own party - the Austrian National Socialist party. The Austrian National Socialist Party promoted nationwide revolts and riots against the controversial new Austrian chancellor who was the Christian Socialist dictator. A large part of the Austrian population were calling for German troops to restore order. An ultimatum was sent by Hitler, demanding that the Chancellor hand power to the Austrian National Socialists, or face an invasion. The Chancellor would resign that evening, seeing that neither France nor England would intervene. German troops entered Austria on March the 12th with much enthusiasm from the Austrian people. While order was restored, Hitler put forward a vote and asked the Austrian people if they wanted to unify with Germany. The jews and the gypsies were not permitted to vote. When the votes were tallied, 99 percent of the Austrian people said yes. The German people in Czechoslovakia would shortly share the same desire to have closer ties with Germany following Austria’s union. The Munich agreement, signed by Germany, Italy, Great Britain and France, made Czechoslovakia surrender some of it’s German speakings districts to Germany, in order to avoid European war. Germany, Austria and regions of Czechoslovakia were together as one. They were a white ethnostate of homogeneous Germans, which the National Socialists promised to protect. This would be last time in history that the German people would experience peace under one single national identity. Europe hasn’t been the same since. Hitler faced little opposition in uniting Austria and regions of Czechoslovakia with Germany but he would face his first significant challenge once the Germans in Poland called for unity as well. The German territories that were given to Poland after the Treaty of Versailles include West Prussia and Danzig. Danzig was an important ocean port for Poland but 95% of Danzig's population considered themselves German, spoke German and desired to be united with Germany. Poland resisted giving these German territories back to Germany, as it wanted to keep its independence and didn’t trust Hitler. Hitler tried to negotiate a compromise, offering to build a German rail and transport system through Danzig to connect East Prussia with the third reich through the Polish Corridor. England and France, seeing Germany already violating several clauses of the treaty of Versailles offered Poland military assistance should Germany turn aggressive. Poland, confident in it’s new alliances, would decline Hitler’s proposals. Talks over Danzig and the Corridor broke down and months passed without diplomatic interactions. The Germans eventually found out that France and Britain had failed to secure an alliance with the Soviet Union as the Soviets was interested in taking Poland for themselves. Secret talks between Nazis and the Soviets concluded with non a aggression pact which was formulated to split Poland between them in the event of war. Hitler proclaimed that Germans in Poland were being persecuted through terror campaigns in which Germans were driven from their homes through a series of border violations Hitler then publicly announced that from now on, Polish force will be met with German force. The Poland authority started to mobilise its troops around the ethnic German city of Danzig, persecuting and attacking its German minorities. German launched a formal invasion against Poland with the Soviet Union shortly after. Britain and France fulfilled its promise to Poland and declared war against Germany, but not the Soviet Union. If Poland would have accepted Germany’s offer of diplomacy gave the corridor and city of Danzig to Germany, World War 2 as we know it would have been avoided. World War 2 as we know it would have been avoided. Because of this failure of diplomacy, Poland would be invaded by two superior forces and eventually suffered under the communist rule of Soviet Russia once the war had ended. The invasion was referred to by Germany as the 1939 Defensive War. In response, Poland would shortly massacre several hundred ethnic Germans a few days after it’s official invasion which is referred by the Germans as the Bloody Sunday event of 1939. This event would be heavily be exploited to gain German support for the invasion claiming that tens of thousands of Germans had been slaughtered by the Poles which angered the Germans and gave them justification for the attack. Poland still embraced war techniques from World War 1, where it took months to gain ground through trench warfare. But that all changed with Germany’s new military strategy: blitzkrieg - a lightning fast offensive that made trench warfare obsolete. First, German air bombers would fly ahead to destroy any strong points in Germany's path scattering and nullify any concentrated enemy forces. Panzer tank divisions would then roll in, punching holes in the enemy line which isolated selected units. Lastly, less-mobile infantry and foot soldiers would encircle these isolated units and destroy them. The main strength of this quick and deliberate approach was that it placed Germany on the constant offensive. The enemy had difficulties regrouping and reforming a frontline through the swiftness of the blitzkrieg attack, and so their enemies were always disadvantaged. The Polish army was defeated within weeks of the invasion due to Germany’s superior war capabilities. France would also surrender from Germany’s blitzkrieg in under six weeks, after German tanks broke through Ardenne forest. And the British could never establish a secure foothold in Europe through the constant bombing of Germany's air force. Once France was under Germany control, the British empire stood alone and was pushed out of Europe - taking the fight to it’s seas. German Uboat’s once again formed blockades around the United Kingdom, sinking merchant ships in attempts to starve out Britain. The fact that Germany could defeat three European empires quickly and efficiently is a testament to Germany's capabilities, and the competence of its own people. The Soviet Union was both impressed and surprised with Germany’s rapid succession in defeating Poland, France and containing Britain. Stalin was a committed communist and was dedicated in bringing communism to an international level - but he held little faith for it to be done through political means choosing to use the red army wherever possible. In Viktor Suvorov’s book “Icebreaker”, Suvorov claims that Stalin planned to achieve international communism by pitting his political enemies against each other, and then taking over the exhausted capitalist countries once they were weakened and vulnerable. During the German offensive against Poland, France and Britain, the Soviet Union was busy expanding its territories into the West. At first it claimed the rest of Poland. It would then annex the Baltic states, attack Finland and invade several other European countries. Once successful, Stalin would implement communism, nationalising their banking systems taking over industry and seizing property into the communist state. The Soviet secret police began operations and an average of two to three hundred people per month disappeared without a trace. Grains that were produced by the farming peasants in Russia were confiscated by the state sometimes leaving no food behind for the peasants. Stavations from these shortages usually followed. The Great Famine of Holodomor is the worst known of these famines, where millions would die from starvation as a result of these communist policies. Desperation and despair grew from these famines, and cannibalism was widespread. Soviet officials commissioned posters that said “eating your own children is a barbarian act”. This would later be outdone in Mao’s China, where China’s communist party prohibited farmers from owning their own property. 36 million people would later die in China as a result of these policies. Chinese peasants were also forced to cannibalise their own people, which was done on a scale that was unprecedented in the history of the 20th century. In the socialist paradise of Venezuela, where private property rights has also been forcefully remove by the state people are butchering their own pets to stop their starvation. If the people don’t change the economic direction of their country, cannibalism will likely follow as well. During the Soviet Union winter war with Finland, Hitler noticed that the Red Army were not made up of competent fighters. Despite the soviet union having more men, more aircrafts and more tanks Finland held against Soviet attacks for three months much longer than the Soviets expected. Stalin had purged most of his highest ranked generals and officers in fear of a possible counter-reactionary coup. It left Russia inexperienced and easily defeatable by a more competent military. Hitler also feared the possibility of a two front war. The British in the west and the Red Army in the east could easily lead into the nightmare faced in World War 1. With France’s defeat and England under control, Hitler turned his attention to what he believed to be the source of all of Europe’s ills Soviet Jews and the communists. In Nazi racial ideology ethnic slaves who allowed themselves to be ruled over their Jewish Bolsheviks were labelled as inferior. Ultimately, Europe faced the question: it would either be Christian or communist there could be no inbetween. What’s more, Hitler was dying - either from syphilis or Parkinson's disease. His symptoms of tremors and shuffling walk can be seen in newsreels. He would not have survived to see the beginning of the 1950s which influenced his decision for a quick invasion. He was convinced that a swift victory could be done within a few months, before the coming of Winter. Germany terminated the non-aggression treaty by launching a surprise attack on the Soviet position in eastern Poland, which marked the beginning of the largest military invasion in history, Operation Barbarossa. After the launch of the Barbarossa, the territories gained by the Soviet Union were lost in a matter of weeks. Within six months, the Soviet military had suffered four million casualties and Germany had captured three million Soviet prisoners through the success of the blitzkrieg. It transformed the perception of the Soviet Union from the aggressor to the victim. Many Russians saw Germany as their liberators, rescuing them from the trains that were destined for the gulags in Siberia as well as reintroducing Christian practices, which was banned under communism. But they were not so liberating for the Jewish community in Russia sometimes arresting or executing these Jews through the Nazi death squads. While Germany's initial offensive was successful in capturing vast expanses of territory the German authorities were divided over which part of Russia they should commit in attacking the north, the south or Moscow directly. Hitler overruled his generals and pushed for the South, because of the economic importance it had over Russia in particular the oil fields that Germany needed for it’s war machine. The capture of Stalingrad was a strategic move that would firmly secure the northern and western flanks. But the Soviets made their greatest stand at Stalingrad which marked the turning point in the war. The fighting in Stalingrad was made in every ruin, street, factory, house, basement and even sewer. Multi-floored apartment blocks turned into a series of well defended strong points. Buildings had to be cleared room by room, floor by floor in close quarters combat with the Germans and Soviets on alternative levels, firing at each other through holes in the floors. The Battle of Stalingrad was the single largest and bloodiest battle in the history of warfare. It lasted for five months and ended once the Red Army outflanked and surrounded the German forces with millions dead. Germany would never regain the initiative in the East. The prolongment of Germany’s invasion left their military suffering through a harsh Russian winter. The icy cold paralysed the German’s mechanized transport tanks, artillery and aircrafts, making the German lighting war of Blitzkrieg ineffective. German troops did not bring the correct clothing or enough resources for the winter, resulting in starvation and frostbites. The Soviets in comparison, were well clothed, vastly outnumbered the Germans and fought more effectively in winter. Two of the many orders Stalin gave to his red army was Order No 227 and Order 270. “Not one step back” forbid soldiers from retreating, and “fight to the last” forbid his soldiers from surrendering. The Red Army was ordered to march onto minefields left by the Germans as their machinery was too valuable compared to Russian life. Russians who refused these orders would be shot by their own machine gun fire and their families would also be arrested and executed. Both the Russian and the German casualties were enormous. Once the Germans lost their momentum, Russian conscriptors overwhelmed German forces and pushed their presence out of Russia. Germany’s worst fears were realised once America entered the war with the allies experiencing the two front war felt in World War 1. The American media once again depicted Germans as barbaric huns, more hideous and monstrous than the Soviet's’ red army. The whole world was seeming against the Germans, and the chances of a German victory was slim. Nevertheless, Hitler refused to surrender, fearing that another Treaty of Versailles would put Germany in an even worse position than World War 1. Seeing the stubbornness of Hitler, Germans started to work against the Führer to appease the allies into a somewhat respectful surrendering terms. Purposely sabotaging his military caPurposely sabotaging his military campaigns, rejecting his authority, and making several assassinations attempts against him.mpaigns, rejecting his authority, and making several assassinations attempts against him. Hitler would ultimately be defeated by the invading Red Army which took Berlin and his bunker but rather than allow himself to be captured by his enemies, he would choose to commit suicide along with his family marking the end of the third reich Once Germany was defeated, the third Reich was split into four territories. Allied forces went through a series of denazification programs where the branding and the ideology of the National Socialist party was eradicated from culture, judiciary and politics which peaked with the Nuremberg trials. At the end of the war, many war crimes and atrocities were reflected on with disgust by the international community. The worst included the firebombing of Tokyo. The nuclear destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Terror bombings of civilians in the UK and Germany. The Red Army raping to death German civilians, including children and the elderly, which was widespread. Soviets sending Germans and other prisoners of war to gulags. The many purges of Stalin through the secret police and show trails. And the treatment of Germans after their surrender by the allies. Charles Lindbergh, famous American officer and aviator, remarked that the atrocities perpetrated by the Soviet Union was far worse than those of Nazi Germany. But Hitler is considered to be much more evil and monstrous than any other figure, mainly because of the power of the holocaust narrative. During World War 2, German occupied territories including Poland and Russia had their gypsies, communists, jews and other undesirables physically removed from society either through recently created ghettos or through concentration camps, where they were forced to work for the German war effort. This was also done in the United States where Democrat president Roosevelt ordered Japanese Americans to be removed into camps following the attack of Pearl Harbor. Typhus, a fatal disease caused by Rickettsia bacteria, ravaged the armies of both World War 1 and World War 2 and also claimed the lives of prisoners in those work camps. Anne Frank and most of her family being the most well known victims. This bacteria is spread through external parasites such as lice, fleas and ticks. Prisoners of war and other undesirable that were sent to work camps would have their hair deloused through chemical showers or had their hair shaved off. Clothes and shoes were also discarded, burnt and replaced. During the end of the war, terror bombings from the allies caused major disruptions along trade routes and civilian farming areas. The shortages of food were felt all over the world but it was particularly felt by Germans towards the end of the war. Work camps could not be supplied with food, and so many of their prisoners could not be fed and were left to starve. By the time the allies liberated their camps, most prisoners were either dead or dying through starvation or typhus. Corpses that were built up in these camps during the harsh winters could not be buried, as the ground was covered with frost. When the allies liberated these camps, they were shocked and appalled to find the dire conditions of what that their bombing campaigns helped to create. Footage was recorded and publicly shown to the international community and Germany would once again be attacked and blamed. “The Nazi’s deceived their victims, by telling them they were going to showers. But the showers were really gas chambers. This was all part of the Nazi plan for the genocide of the Jewish people. Once inside they were exterminated. Their bodies then burned in specially constructed ovens. Camps like Auschwitz will be emblazoned in the history of man's’ inhumanity to man. “ The allied narrative is that some 6 million Jews, or 4 million Jews, or around 1 million Jews were purposely sent to Nazi death camps where ten of thousands would be exterminated in large gas chambers daily up until the end of World War 2. This holocaust narrative is often repeated in Hollywood, by the media and in the public school systems to expose newer generations to it. I was one of those people who was repeatedly told that the holocaust was the worst tragedy of human history that the evil Germans turned Jews into human soap and crafted lampshades out of their skins. This narrative would ultimately be used to discourage right-wing policies such as nationalism and instead promote egalitarian values such as multiculturalism in western societies promising that the horrors of the holocaust will never be repeated. Through this narrative, the mainstream majority would support policies that protected the rights of minority groups over policies that support the rights of the far-right national groups. "Nazi scum, off our streets. Nazi scum, off our streets" This policy was additionally promoted by the Jewish community to protect their minority status throughout history as well. But not all historians and academics accept this holocaust narrative. While there is unanimous support for the historical accuracy of concentration camps forced labour and executions done by Nazi death squads there are objections to the mass death camps that carried out the exterminations in the scope and scale as described by the historical consensus. These scholars were once described as Holocaust revisionists, but were later denounced as holocaust denialists. This sophist labelling technique is used to discourage discourse and discussions relating to this controversial issues. Holocaust revisionism is now considered a taboo matter with laws and prison sentences applied to Europeans who publicly deny and reject the mainstream 6 million holocaust narrative. Before the holocaust, the 6 million jews figure had been extensively used well before Hitler's rise to power echoed throughout the different medias of the international community. It started in the early nineteen hundreds with the assassination of Russian Emperor Alexander the second, initially used to describe the amount of Jews suffering in the pogroms of Russia. It would then be later attributed to the policies of the Nazi party once World War 2 erupted. Most people now connect the 6 million number directly to Nazi policies, and not to the Russian pogroms. The evidence that the revisionists use against the holocaust narrative are numerous. The most convincing include: That there are no official National Socialist policies or decrees that enable such actions. That the actual population numbers of Europe do not support the holocaust narrative. And that the empirical data taken from the work camps and other related environments do not support the holocaust narrative. The revisionists argue that there are no official decrees or political policies from the National Socialists that ordered the holocaust. While HItler talked about physically removing Jews in his book and in his early speeches the only actual policy that was documented was the Madagascar Plan a resettlement agreement which would relocate the Jews from Europe into Madagascar which was a French colony at the time But due to the English blockade, that plan was suspended and was never revisited. The actual holocaust stories come from two sources: the captured high officials of the Nazi party that were coerced and tortured during the Nuremberg trials. And the actual Jewish survivors that came out of those concentration camps. These Jewish testaments range from gassings, to conveyor belts which would lead people to their electrocutions to pools of water that submerged people to be shocked with strong electric currents to carts on rails that threw Jews into the ovens directly. Additional testaments that were given are just as ludicrous. “The Jews have been buried hurriedly. Blood spouted up, and it looked like a ghoulish fountain” “And one thing that I’ll never forget that I heard, and he said, the Nazi’s are taking our young Jewish infants. And they’re tearing them in half by their legs. And they’re throw them into the river.” Several sources, including the World Almanac Red Cross documentation, The New York Times and the Chambers’s Encyclopaedia shows that the Jewish population recorded does not reflect the testimonies given on the Holocaust. There are many feature length documentaries, analysis and commentary on the German occupied work camps that tested environmental factors, the logistics of such procedures and other factors relating to the holocaust. They point out that Auschwitz, labelled as the worst of the death camps, contained a post office, a swimming pool, theatres, playing grounds, kotcher food and camp money. The shower rooms that were supposedly built as gas chamber were not constructed in such a way that could suffocate a large amount of people repeatedly over the years. There are no residual or chemical evidence that suggest that gassings actually occurred. Not one political document that ordered the extermination of Jews was recovered. And DNA tests on the soaps and lamp shades confirm that it was not made out of human skin. Why would the Germans, who were suffering from starvation and typhus, who lacked medicine supplies and seeked medical attention who were constantly retreating from both the Eastern and Western fronts and had their vital infrastructure and transport services ravaged from the allied bombing spend their precious time and resources transporting, delousing, feeding, clothing and cataloguing Jews if they were just going to kill them anyway? “Why did you do it? Why did you tell such a big lie to so many people for so long?” “It wasn’t a lie. It was my imagination. And in my imagination, in my mind, I believed it” The leading thinktank for holocaust revisionism is the Institute for Historical Review, an independent and non-profit organisation committed in the education of World War 2. The IHR have been labelled as a neo-nazi anti-semitic hate group by the Jewish anti defamation league and other historian scholars. There has been physical attacks made against them, including harassment, vandalism, physical assaults, drive by shooting and fire bombings of their warehouse which holds their work. In 1979, IHR publically offered a reward of fifty thousand dollars for verifiable proof that the gas chambers existed in Auschwitz. It was challenged by Mel Mermelstein, a hungarian-born Jew, who declared that he saw his mother and two sisters lured into gas chambers. He used his own autobiographical memoir, “By Bread Alone” as proof. In the book, he describes that his father told him that his mother and sister had been burned alive. He would later say in his book that his uncle heard that his mother and sister had been led into the gas chambers. He would change his story again in a letter published in a Californian newspaper saying that he had witnessed his own mother and two sisters being led through a tunnel to Gas Chamber number 5 even though there was no Gas Chamber Number 5, or a tunnel that led to it. Judge Thomas Johnson of the Superior Court of California ruled against IHR and rewarded Mermelstein seventy thousand dollars stating that the gassing of the Jews is not a reasonable subject to dispute, as it is simply a fact. Mermelstein would later attempt an eleven million dollar lawsuit for defamation against the IHR for a newsletter they produced which was dismissed by the same court. The benefits of exaggerating the holocaust narrative are enormous to certain interest groups, both financially and politically. Norman Finkelstein was one of the Jews whose family was sent to Warsaw’s Ghetto. In his book “The Holocaust Industry”, he wrote that no one ever asked questions about his family’s experience in the ghetto until the establishment of the holocaust narrative. It was only then did the outpouring of empathy for the Jews begin. From that empathy, an estimate of twenty five billion dollars was commissioned in legal damages and financial settlements from the German people. “Did the holocaust happen?” “No, that’s a money maker that they’ve got. Hitler did not cause the holocaust, he wanted to move them.” Holocaust is mainly used as a guilt weapon. Many racial group, not just Jews, exploit the compassion that whites are known to have in order to shame them into a collective guilt. “Give them the guilt trip.” “Absolutely. We need to play on that guilt. I bring up everything from the past, 50 years.” By making whites feel shameful and guilty about their past actions, it can create a discomforting feeling. The more sensitive are willing to part their resources to the group that’s distressing them so they can free themselves from the unpleasant feeling of guilt. “Now, you owe me some money. You owe me reparations. Why is that?” “Because every freedom that I have and I have taken for granted for my entire life has been made possible by wealth that my ancestor’s stole” Good The holocaust can also be used in narrative wars. If the left, communists or Jews find discussions relating to immigration, demographics or race realism to be too nationalistic for their tastes they can label you as a neo-Nazi, the next Hitler or an anti Semitic to shut down the conversation, and to make you look like a hateful bigot. “Really quite dangerous racist, fascist rhetoric. People don’t think it’s okay to be a fucking Nazi anymore” “It’s basically the same as quoting Hitler” “There’s a bunch of opportunistic hate mongering fascists trying to garner sympathy with garbage propaganda videos. I directly compared everyone who talked about cultural Marxists to the fascist literal Nazis who invent the term” “Racism is especially sensitive against individuals who were murdered in the millions” “Very racist and anti semitic things. This is kinda embarrassing because this hits somewhat close to home since some of my family aligns with that kind of thinking they don’t think that it happened. Just going to erase all that history. It sound like Grandpa or any other racist person. Blame the Jews. This is literally my grandpa ” “Of course, she doesn’t even believe that the holocaust even fucking happened. Well I mean he did kill six million fucking Jews believe it or not. He also killed six million fucking Jews. Listen you fucking cow, when you kill six million Jews it doesn’t matter what you did in the past.” “The holocaust? Holocaust yeah. The six million. The six million. There were six million of them” Although it can be argued that Hitler was the most well balanced and reasonable leader of the time, he is usually referred to as one of history’s greatest villains. This narrative takes the focus away from the war crimes committed by Stalin, Roosevelt, Churchill, the Red Army and allied forces and instead scapegoats the National Socialists for most of the war’s horrors. Even though the national socialists were socialist and enabled left wing economic policies, they are always referred to as the far-right. This narrative is used by the left to damage the reputation of other far-right groups who promote the values of nationalism, capitalism and individuality within their narrative. This is especially relevant in Germany’s left-party politicians, who shame their own German people into not supporting their alt-right opposition. Jews also use the holocaust to promote loyalty within their own tribe and drive their nationalism. By teaching younger Jews the struggles of their past persecutions it generates self-esteem and strong in group preferences which is ultimately used to promote the state of Israel and the well being of the Jewish people. “I want to kill the people who did this” “Who would you like to kill?” “All of them” “Who is all of them?” “The Nazis” Lastly, exaggerating the holocaust enables international support for the existence of Israel. Christian Zionists began to support Israel much more openly after the holocaust some even linking it to a biblical prophecy to the second coming of Jesus. “The Lord is fighting for the children of Israel” “Then spoke Joshua: Sun, stand still over Gibeon” “And the sun stood still and the moon stayed, until the nation had defeated its enemies. And there was no other day before it or after. For the lord fought for Israel.” Others felt that establishing the national home for Jews would stop pogroms and future holocausts, forever answer the Jewish question. But not all international communities supported the creation of Israel. The most vocal group who objected were the Arab Palestinians and the surrounding Muslim nations. During mandatory Palestine, in which the British authority was ordered by the League of Nations to manage both the Palestinians and the Jews many civil unrests broke out. The Arabs in Palestine saw the massive immigration of Jews into Palestine as a betrayal of the promise issued by the British. Fights broke out between the Arabs, the Jews and the British through several riots including the Jaffa riots of 1921, the Palestinian riots of 1929, and the larger Arab revolt in Palestine in 1936 which lasted for three years before it was violently put down by the British authority. In the aftermath, the British authority would appease the Arabs by enacting the White Paper of 1939 a governing policy that rejected the idea of a Jewish state in Palestine. Instead, Palestine would only be recognised as the Jewish national homeland. “We will fight the white paper as though there were no hitler. And we will fight Hitler, as though there were no white paper”. Restrictions were placed on the Jews, severely limiting their immigration numbers as well as regulating their land transfers. This angered the Zionists, choosing to ignore the white paper and illegally smuggled Jews into Israel themselves. Some of these illegals were caught by the British and were sent to offshore camps in Cyprus. This sparked underground Jewish insurgency within Mandatory Palestine. The Jews and British were fighting each other, and the Arabs were revolting as well. and leave it’s fate to the newly created United Nations. and leave it’s fate to the newly created United Nations. The UN approved the partition of Palestine on the 29th of November 1947 which would split Palestine into two separate states one for Jews, and the other for Palestinians. The most holiest city of Jerusalem would be placed under international control. While the Jews were willing to work with this deal and called for peace with the Palestinians, the Arabs rejected it. The Arabs claimed that the UN was not respecting Arab’s right to self-determination and gave most of the land to the minority Jewish people, rather to the majority Palestine Arabs. Before the British pulled out of mandatory Palestine, a civil war broke out between the Jews and the Arabs while the British avoided getting itself involved wherever it could. The surrounding Arab states, which included Egypt, Transjordan, Iraq and Syria would invade once the British forces left, which became Israel’s War of Independence, or the 1948 Arab Israeli War. The Arabs would immediately attack Israeli forces and several Jewish settlements with the purpose of removing Jews and their Jewish state before it’s inception. Israel only survived by appealing to the larger international Jewish community for help. Jews in countries that had embraced capitalism, such as the United States, were able to make sizable contributions towards it military victory while Jews in socialist states could not provide anywhere near as much. This influx of resources from the greater Jewish community turned the tide of the war and gave victory to Israel. From the spoils of war, not only did Israel get to keep all of the area that had been recommended by the UN partition but it annexed almost 60% of the area allocated to the palestinians as well denying them the right of an independent Arab state. Israel’s paramilitary forces shifted from defense to offense expelling Palestinians from towns and villages along the borders of the areas allocated to the proposed Jewish State. This was Plan Dalet, which is subject to much controversy. Some call plan Dalet entirely defensive, while others called it an ethnic cleansing. Regardless, the Arabs were open about committing the same actions if they had won the war instead of the Jews. “Weep O Israel, the day of your extermination draws near. We demand the death of Israel” The Arab states would try to invade and occupy Israel two more times before they recognised Israel's right to exist. The first war was the Six-Day war, in which Egyptian troops were mobilised by the Israeli border. Egypt signed a pact with Jordan declaring that an attack on one was an attack on both. This was seen by Israel as a clear sign of preparation for all-out war. In a preemptive strike, Israel airstrikes were made against the Egyptian airfields, catching them by surprise. Nearly all of the Egyptian air force was destroyed. Syria and Jordan began attacks on Israel shortly after, but were unsuccessful when they were counter attacked. Arab casualties were far heavier than those of Israel. As part of the spoils of war, the maps were redrawn again - granting an even larger land concession to Israel. Six years later, Arab states that was led by Syria and Egypt tried to reclaim the land that was lost in the Six Day war, initiating the Yom Kippur War. This was done during the cold war. Both the Soviet Union and the United States initiated massive resupply efforts to their respective allies during the war leading to a near confrontation between the two nuclear superpowers. A ceasefire was imposed after Israel had completely encircled the Egyptian Third Army and the city of Suez, ending the war. Once again, the maps were redrawn. America has supported Israel since the cold war, and contributes a significant amount of foreign aid for it’s military every year. This is a strategic move for the United States, as Israel grants the US military a foothold in the middle east. Their relationship is based on extensive strategy, political and military cooperation including intelligence sharing and joint military exercise. Most western societies have a preference for the continued existence of Israel in the middle east as it’s the only nation that supports democracy, freedom of speech, freedom of religion and freedom of press. This western alliance angers the Arab world. Osama bin Laden claimed this was one of the main reasons behind the 9/11 attacks that the creation and the continuation of Israel is one of America’s greatest crimes. The constant defeats and displacements felt by the Palestinians is a source of great disgrace in their culture. Israel's victory from their independence war is remembered as Nakba, the Day of the Catastrophe. This is a humiliation to the Palestines, which is represented with marches black flags, speeches, gatherings, and the blaming of Arab governments for failing to save Palestine. Arab children are brainwashed at a young age to hate Israel and the Jews using the same anti-semitic narrative that was used throughout Europe making their resentment intergenerational and dominant in their culture. “We have a lot of children. They’ll have children, so we can wait forever. And if we need to, we can make the whole planet unsafe for Jews. It’ll take a hundred years, but we’ll win.” These resentments come out as Intifadas, in which mass Palestinians rebel against Israeli authorities. Arab terrorist attacks against Israelis are very common, with bombings, stabbings, shootings and murders. Israel is surrounded by Muslims and Arabs who prefer to see them gone and because they are unable to beat them politically or militarily they rely on using terrorism and suicide attacks on the civilian population to destabilise the state of Israel. To limit terrorism, Israel built a war to stop the wave of violence - named the west bank barrier which was mostly opposed by the greater international community. It was successful in stopping terrorism. While 73 suicide bombings were carried out from the West Bank, only 12 attacks were made after it’s completion. Checkpoints were also enforced in key locations, which screens Palestinians for potential threats. Both checkpoints and barriers are opposed by the Palestinians and left-wing Jewish groups in Israel, saying the wall will promote further resentment and add to the security problem rather than solve it. But the center and right-wing groups find the barriers to be necessary and justified for national security. Most center and right wing groups in Israel promote the importance of nationalism and cultural identity It rejects multiculturalism, not only for itself, but for other western societies as well. Israel is home to 8.4 million people, 6.2 million of them are Jews who share a common heritage and ethnic homogeneity despite coming from more than 100 countries. The Arab minority do not identify with the state of Israel and prefer to call themselves Palestinian citizens all the while enjoying the benefits of Israel's public funding. These two cultures do not assimilate with each other to provide a common civic nation, but lead separate lives within two separate societies. The international community routinely condemns Israel‘s approach to national security. Barriers, checkpoints, and it’s terror fighting methods have all been denounced as immoral by European nations. But as Europe struggles against their new terror attacks, they have since followed Israel's criticised security measures building walls, enforcing checkpoints and reduced the rights of minorities highlighting the hypocrisy of Europe's leftist political parties. If Europe is able to solve their terrorism problems, could the Jews count on Europe’s moral support once terrorism returns to Israel? Israel doesn’t think so. Currently, it is populist of the alt-right the scapegoat most of the world's problems on outside Jewish influence. While some of it is justified, most of it is not, as the Jewish people themselves are divided between the left and right political spectrums much like every other ethnic group. So much so that the constant infighting amongst the Jews are extensively documented. “Jews knows this monkey business. Jews know all about the monkey business. I tell you, I am ‘the real Jew’. Money does not blind me, nothing does” There is hardly any double standards in the Jewish community, just two groups of Jewish people. One has a leftist mindset, the other has a nationalistic one which is the similar pattern found in all ethnic groups. The left and right divide is not purely based on nationalism, culture or environment but is based in biology as well, as different brain structures correlate with different political alignments. Individuals that consider themselves conservative have a larger amygdala while individuals that consider themselves leftist have a larger anterior cingulate cortex. These lobes of the brain process decision-making, emotional reactions, reward anticipation and impulse control. Conservatives with larger amygdala demonstrate ingroup preferences, are better with resources, are able to control their emotions thrive in competitive environments, promote the wellbeing of their family and promote sexual responsibility. Leftists with larger anterior cingulate cortex demonstrate the opposite. They have little loyalty for their ingroup, cannot manage resources, are unable to control their emotions are uncomfortable in competitive environments, seek the destruction of the family and promote sexual degeneracy. Leftists have been historically documented to sabotage their own civilisations just so they can appease their own emotional insecurities in the short term. If the fall of Europe and removing the white demographic is a deliberate effort of a greater Jewish conspiracy then it is an awfully planned one as new immigrants in Europe are unsympathetic to Israel and the Jews, and see them as the enemy. Jews in Europe are already being persecuted by the Muslim masses forcing them to migrate out of Europe and into Russia or Israel. European leftist governments can no longer protect the minority status of the Jews, or even their own people for that matter. And if Europe should fall to the Muslim hordes, then Israel will surely follow. Israel has been vocal about the dangers of multiculturalism and muslims in their political history In return, the leftists in Europe has condemn and belittled Israel and are now suffering the devastating results of their pro-diversity narrative. Regardless, leftist Jewish influence in the mainstream media is undeniable. Multiculturalism and diversity are seen as national benefits despite all evidence against it. Alt-righters who want to secure their borders are labelled as racist bigots. Any narrative that promotes white nationalism is denounced as neo-nazi hate speech. Whites are constantly being shamed and guilted by blacks, mexicans, jews and the left. Leftist Jews, such as George Soros, are funding organisations that promote the decline in nationalism, family and tradition. German chancellor Angela Merkel blames World War 2 and all its horrors on Germany and the German people influencing her decision in accepting Muslim masses into their borders. Questioning or denying the holocaust is met with prison sentences, public ostracism and character assassinations. The destruction of the nuclear family is done through the narrative of communism, feminism and gender confusion which discourages people from marrying and having children. And their narrative is working Business owners have to put the needs of social justice over their own interests making sure that they meet diversity quotas or face fines. The definition of racism has been changed so whites can’t the legitimate victims of racism, while all other races can be. Through immigration policies and the destruction of the family whites are being outbred by blacks, mexicans and Arabs. This will mean whites will eventually become a minority in the countries that they have built, resulting in less of this And more of this Less of this. And more of this Less than this. And more of this. These are similar problems the Weimar Republic faced before Hitler’s rise to power including the decline of national identity, ongoing economic problems the rampant sexual degeneracy, the breakdown of the family, and outside leftist influence that has attacked nationalism and white people. Socialists are supporting destructive groups, such as Black Lives Matter and mass muslim migration because they want to destabilize their countries and incite the chance of a leftist revolution as it was during Tsar rule. And they will be successful in steering the world to ruin unless they are stopped. Marxism is a ghost Because I’ve been inspired by the works of Jewish intellectuals such as Rand, Rothbard and Mises I feel compelled to point out that the state is ultimately responsible for all of these issues. It was the state that forced taxation on the Jews that caused them to rebel against the Romans. It was the state that created and enforced the irrational religious usury laws only to exile the Jews once the king could not pay back their own debts. It was the state that abolished private property rights in Soviet Russia, so the Bolsheviks could implement the ten planks of communism. It was the state that ruined the economy of Germany, through the treaty of Versailles and hyperinflation, that pushed the drive for Nazism. It was the state that forced the German people to work for the collective and rearm its military only to die and be shamed when they would ultimately lose. It was the state that promised the Jews and Arabs something it had no right over, which started the Israel Palestine conflict. And it’s the state that’s now welcoming immigrants into our countries, who are aided and subsidised by the taxpayers who had no say in it at all. The idea of individual responsibility, strong property rights and limited government is what made America great what made Western societies great, and what made the age of enlightenment great. But for a free society to work, everyone needs to respect the principles of the free market and private property rights which means enabling capitalism. In a free market, no one would be forced to give up their homes and their paychecks to the Muslim masses. There would be no human rights commission that would arrest you for not meeting diversity quotas. There would be no incentive to push the ridiculous diversity narrative that’s corrupting national interests and demographics. And there would be no national wars, no boom and bust economic cycles, and no fascist dictators. “So you’re trying to tell me that all politics is meaningless” “In the west a monster with a little mustache. In the east a monster with a big mustache. This is all I need to know about politics” “My brothers were killed. My papa and my sister were both hanged. She was a young girl.” “We paid this price so Vichy scum could be replaced by Gaullist scum. And the Nazi’s could be replaced by Stalin and America. We stay away from governments.” It’s the state that’s needed to destroy the free market and property rights, as it is only the state that has the power to destroy the market and property rights. If people accepted the non-aggression principle as the staple of civil society, we would not have had World War 1 World War 2, or the Israel Palestine conflict. We would most likely be exploring distant stars by now. But the communists and the socialists will never let us have that world. The left will always oppose capitalism because they are biologically predetermined to resist competitive environments. “We need to strengthen and mobilise our anti-fascist groups to ensure that we’re prepared for physical self-defense in our communities.” “Make a list of Nazi’s and stuff. I’d want to know where Millennium Woes was. I’m talking about something a lot worse than releasing information to the public. I’m talking about death lists. People like Millennium Woes who will need to go.” “How to handle capitalists after the revolution? Kill them all. End their lives. End their children’s lives.” “That’s what communists have been advocating since the fucking beginning” They need us to support their lifestyles, their welfare, their education systems, their food stamps and their safe spaces. Without us, they wouldn’t survive. Because of this, there can only be one solution. Nazi scum, off our streets! Nazi scum, off our streets! The final solution. The fact is, white nationalists have nothing to feel sorry about. We dominated the world because we were the best. While blacks in Africa were constructing crude mud huts, and the Aboriginals in Australia were throwing sticks to catch their dinner. We had already mastered masonry, chemistry, navigation and war. We colonised everything we could land on. Exposed the world to both the marvels and horrors of modern science. Developed military tactics and strategies that brought the world to it’s knees. Built weapons of war that made it easier to annihilate our enemies. And through splitting the atom, we have made a bomb that can burn brighter than a thousand suns. Greatness runs through our veins, evolved through thousands of years of warfare and conflict and it stirs whenever our tribe is under attack. “Black power! He white, beat his shit! Bitch! Nigger, fuck white people boi. Fuck them ” While white guilt works on weaker indoctrinated communists that have been bred through lesser genes the pathetic hammering of the white shaming narrative infuriates the rest of us We are not ashamed of what we are, of who we are and what we’re capable of. It took the great threat of Napoleon to spur Germans into embracing their nationalism and with the muslim hordes taking our lands, the Africans savages raping our women and the leftist traitors in our own ranks that enable all of this it's pressured many non-racist moderates to reconsider what’s important to them as well. “What’s the aim of multiculturalism? When are we multiculturalism enough? Whens the end?” “It doesn’t end believe it or not” I no longer believe in the Jewish communist lie of racial equality and egalitarianism. I see repeated that Africa for the Africans, Asia for the Asians but white countries are for everyone. “Black and Asian people should come here in hundreds of millions. We will come here. We have been coming here. And we will continue to come here in hundreds of millions until Europe will turn black” We are constantly shamed for our successes, attacked for our achievements, put down for our accomplishments by the very people we have helped and let in, in our own countries. The countries that whites have built and created. I think it’s about time whites had our own preferences, looked out for our own interests, and put ourselves above those who openly want to destroy us. “The task is to bring this minority together in such a way that it make it impossible for the legacy of whiteness to continue to reproduce itself.” Because if there there truly was a master race on this Earth, it would be us, and it would have been earned. The left will call you a racist. The left will call you a fascist. The left will call you a neo-Nazi. Don’t try to fight it. Enjoy it. Take pleasure in it. Say it loud, and say proud. White Pride World Wide “We must secure the existence of our people, and a future for white children”

References

  • 12.Landwehr-Division (Chronik 1915/1918) - Der erste Weltkrieg
  • Hermann Cron et al., Ruhmeshalle unserer alten Armee (Berlin, 1935)
  • Hermann Cron, Geschichte des deutschen Heeres im Weltkriege 1914-1918 (Berlin, 1937)
  • Günter Wegner, Stellenbesetzung der deutschen Heere 1825-1939. (Biblio Verlag, Osnabrück, 1993), Bd. 1
  • Histories of Two Hundred and Fifty-One Divisions of the German Army which Participated in the War (1914-1918), compiled from records of Intelligence section of the General Staff, American Expeditionary Forces, at General Headquarters, Chaumont, France 1919 (1920)
This page was last edited on 28 June 2017, at 17:05
Basis of this page is in Wikipedia. Text is available under the CC BY-SA 3.0 Unported License. Non-text media are available under their specified licenses. Wikipedia® is a registered trademark of the Wikimedia Foundation, Inc. WIKI 2 is an independent company and has no affiliation with Wikimedia Foundation.