Israel: Jewish Supremacy in Action
By David Duke
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The cooperation between the Zionists and the Nazis
up to and during the Second World War
Not only was there cooperation in words, there was a collaboration between the Zionists and the Nazis up to and even during the Second World War. The Nazi government set up a series of 40 agricultural centers throughout Germany to train young Jews for kibbutz life in Palestine. It supported immigration of Jews into Palestine until prevented by the war. The official SS newspaper, Das Schwarze Korps, supported Zionism in front-page editorials.1
The SS collaborated with the Haganah, the Zionist underground military in Palestine, with help in Jewish immigration and even provided smuggled guns for the Zionist forces. Despite misgivings, Hitler continued to support Zionist objectives in Palestine.2 3 4 5
Hitler told his army adjutant in 1939 and again in 1941 that he had asked the British in 1937 about transferring all of Germany's Jews to Palestine or Egypt. The British rejected the proposal, he said, because it would cause further disorder.6
As the British government became more restrictive on Jewish immigration into Palestine in the late ´ 30s, the SS made a pact with the secret Zionist agency Mossad le-Aliya Bet to smuggle Jews into Palestine. As a result of this collaboration, Jewish migration, both legal and illegal, from Germany (including Austria) to Palestine increased dramatically in 1938 and 1939. 10,000 Jews were scheduled for emigration in October 1939, but the beginning of the war prevented it. During 1940 and 1941, and as late as March 1942, Germany still assisted with indirect Jewish immigration to Palestine and had at least one officially authorized Zionist "kibbutz" training camp in Germany for potential emigrants.7
In the economic sphere, the Ha'avara agreement between Nazi Germany and the Palestine Center of the World Zionist Organization was vital to the Zionist cause. It began in 1933 and lasted throughout the 1930s and allowed the transfer of Jewish wealth to Palestine. Through this pact, Hitler's Third Reich did more than any other government during the 1930s to support Jewish development in Palestine.8 9 10 11 12 13
Probably the most telling document of the willingness of some Zionist factions to enter an alliance with Hitler was the offer made in 1941 by the Fighters for the Freedom of Israel, popularly called the "Lehi," or the Stern Gang. One of its top officials was Yitzhak Shamir, who became its leader and chief terrorist after Sternís death and who later became Israelís prime minister in the 1980s. The Stern gang considered the British to be Zionismís biggest enemy because Great Britain tried to protect the civil rights of the native Palestinians and attempted to slow the insurgent Jewish immigration.
In one of the most amazing facts of modern history, the Lehi actually made a formal proposal to the Germans of a military alliance between the Jewish revolutionary organization and the Nazis. In effect, they formally proposed to join the war on Germany´s side. Here are portions of the text of their communiqué with the Nazis.
In their speeches and statements, the leading statesmen of National Socialist Germany have often emphasized that a New Order in Europe requires as a prerequisite a radical solution of the Jewish question by evacuation. ("Jew-free Europe")
The evacuation of the Jewish masses from Europe is a precondition for solving the Jewish question. However, the only way this can be totally achieved is through settlement of these masses in the homeland of the Jewish people, Palestine, and by the establishment of a Jewish state in its historical boundaries.
The goal of the political activity and the years of struggle by the Israel Freedom Movement, the National Military Organization in Palestine (Irgun Zvai Leumi), is to solve the Jewish problem in this way and thus completely liberate the Jewish people forever.
The NMO, which is very familiar with the good will of the German Reich government and its officials towards Zionist activities within Germany and the Zionist emigration program, takes that view that:
1. Common interests can exist between a European New Order based on the German concept and the true national aspirations of the Jewish people as embodied by the NMO.
2. Cooperation is possible between the New Germany and a renewed, folkish-national Jewry.
3. The establishment of the historical Jewish state on a national and totalitarian basis, and bound by treaty with the German Reich, would be in the interest of maintaining and strengthening the future German position of power in the Near East.
On the basis of these considerations, and upon the condition that the German Reich government recognize the national aspirations of the Israel Freedom Movement mentioned above, the NMO in Palestine offers to actively take part in the war on the side of Germany.
This offer by the NMO could include military, political and informational activity within Palestine and, after certain organizational measures, outside as well...
The indirect participation of the Israel Freedom Movement in the New Order of Europe, already in the preparatory stage, combined with a positive-radical solution of the European Jewish problem on the basis of the national aspirations of the Jewish people mentioned above, would greatly strengthen the moral foundation of the New Order in the eyes of all humanity.
The cooperation of the Israel Freedom Movement would also be consistent with a recent speech by the German Reich Chancellor, in which Hitler stressed that he would utilize any combination and coalition in order to isolate and defeat England.14 15 16
- Nicosia, F. (1935). Das Schwarze Korps. September 26. Quoted In: The Third Reich And The Palestine Question (1985), p.56-57.
- Nicosia, F. (1985). Third Reich. p.63-64, 105, 219-220.
- Nicosia, F. (1985). Third Reich. p.141-144.
- Wistrich, R. (1985). On Hitler's Critical View Of Zionism In Mein Kampf. See Vol. 1, Chap. 11. Quoted In: Hitler's Apocalypse. p.155.
- Nicosia, F. (1985). Third Reich. p.26-28.
- Kotze, H. V. (1974). Heeresadjutant Bei Hitler. Stuttgart. p.65, 95.
- Arad, Y. (1981). Documents On The Holocaust. p.155.
- Feilchenfeld, W. (1972). Haavara-Transfer Nach Palüstina. Tübingen: Mohr/Siebeck.
- Yisraeli, David (1971). The Third Reich And The Transfer Agreement, Journal Of Contemporary History. London. No. 2. p.129-148.
- Encyclopaedia Judaica. (1971). Haavara. Vol. 7. p. 1012-1013.
- Nicosia, F. (1985). The Third Reich. p.44-49.[consistency!]
- Hilberg, R. (1985). The Destruction Of The European Jews. New York: Holmes & Meier, p.140-141.
- Levy, R. S. (1984). Commentary, Sept. 68-71.32.
- Original Document In German Auswurtiges Amt Archiv, Bestand 47-59, E 224152 And E 234155-58.
- Yisraeli, D. (1974). The Palestine Problem In German Politics 1889-1945. Israel. p.315-317.
- Polkhen, K. (1976). The Secret Contacts.
Journal Of Palestine Studies. Spring-Summer. p.78-80.