Israel: Jewish Supremacy in Action
By David Duke
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The ideological similarities
between Zionism and National Socialism
No records exist of the German response to the amazing proposal, but by the time it was offered, Germany had already committed itself to a pro-Arab posture in an attempt to undermine Britain´s position in the Middle East.
When I first saw this document, I noticed the ideological similarities between Zionism and National Socialism, right down to the use of that favorite Nazi word "folkish" (Volk) to describe the foundations of the state they wanted to create.
It fascinated me to read about Zionist collusion with Nazi Germany. Zionist-Nazi collaboration has long been a dirty little secret - one that speaks volumes about the ideological foundations of Israel and the lengths to which Zionist extremists would go to secure its creation.
Zionist fanaticism had little regard for human lives, including that of Jews, when it came to the establishment of Israel. Israel´s first prime minister, David Ben-Gurion, made the following statement when German Jewry was threatened by Hitler.
If I knew that it would be possible to save all the children in Germany by bringing them over to England, and only half of them by transporting them to Eretz Yisrael, then I would opt for the second alternative. For we must weigh not only the life of these children, but also the history of the People of Israel. 1
If Israel´s first prime minister´s regard for Jewish life was such that he would rather see half the Jewish children of Germany die than be transported to England instead of Israel, how much value could one expect him to place on the life of a Palestinian child? How would we react to a Nazi who would say that he would rather see half the Jewish children die rather than simply go to another country?
Another classic example of a low regard for human life, even Jewish life, can be seen in a 1940 terrorist act by Ben-Gurion and the founders of the Zionist state. The Haganah, led by Ben-Gurion, blew up a ship of Jewish refugees from Hitler. The British had been taking them to Mauritius rather than allowing them to disembark in Haifa, Israel. To arouse indignation against the British, the Zionists blew up the ship on Christmas day, 1940, causing the death of 252 Jews as well as the ship´s English crewmen. If Nazis had blown up a ship of refugees in the waters of Israel, the Mossad would have hunted the perpetrators to the ends of the Earth if need be, so that they could be brought before the Israeli "war crimes" courts. There would be well-publicized, annual remembrances of the terrible act of terrorism. Instead, Israel chose the murderer as its first prime minister.2
Zionism and Nazism are torn from the same
cloth, their banners stained with blood. Zionists, though, are a lot
better at public relations.
- Yoar-Gelber. (1939-1942).Zionist Policy And The Fate Of European Jewry. Yad Vashem Studies. Vol. XII. p.199.
- Rosenblum, H. (1958). Yediot Aahronot.
Jewish Newsletter. New York. November.