Middle East atemporal

februarie 1, 2012

Some Nazi leaders betrayed by Zionists

Filed under: Uncategorized — mihaibeltechi @ 7:02 am

Had I been a Jew, I would have been a fanatical Zionist. I could not imagine being anything else. In fact, I would have been the most ardent Zionist imaginable,” Adolf Eichmann, 1955, published in Life magazine in 1960. The Zionist-regime executed Eichmann in 1961 for ‘war crimes’.
Zionist Professor Peter Longerich (University of London), in his latest book, “Heinrich Himmler”, has claimed that Heinrich Himmler and his assisstant Reinhard Heydrich played a major role in extermination of Jews in Europe. Zionist leaders and historian are affraid that if public find out Zionist collaboration with Nazis – it would the end of Holocaust, and hundreds of billions of dollars industry. Its importance was shown by an Israeli poll results released last week ahead of International Holocaust Day. According to poll over 90% Israelis believe that Israel can survive without Jewishness but not without Holocaust which has become the new Jewish religion.
Towards the end of World War II Adolf Eichmann (on behalf of Heinrich Himmler) offered Rezso Kasztner, a Zionist Hungarian leader, the freedom of up to one million Jews in return for 10,000 trucks. Surprisingly enough, this offer was ignored by the Zionist organizations that had realized by then that the annihilation of European Jewry would help generate enough support among the nations for the future establishment of the Zionist entity. Apparently, the Nazi offer was reduced to a single train and just 600 devoted Zionist Hungarian Jews. Clearly, the Zionists were interested in saving neither assimilated nor Orthodox Jews.
The SS (Schutz-Staffel, or Protective Echelon) was organized by Heinrich Himmler on Hitler’s orders, and it functioned as a Nazi brain trust. According to Zionist Jewish historian, Lenni Brenner, by 1934, several Zionist German had reached top positions in the SS, like von Mildenstein and chief of the SS Security Service Reinhard Heydrich. Both of them penned articles in praise of Zionism in Nazi propaganda organs – Der Angriff:”A Nazi went to Palestine” and extolling racist Zionism for Das Schwarze Korps. Hitler’s propaganda minister, Dr.Goebbels had a long pro-radical Zionist article published in a Nazi publication named Der Angriff and had a medal struck, bearing on one side the swastika, on the other the Star of Zion (aka David).
Close ties existed between the SS and some of the armed European Jewish organizations, like Haganah, the military arm of the Jewish Agency in Palestine, which was under the control of the WZO. Israeli leaders such as Moshe Dayan and Yitzhak Rabin had served in the Haganah.
Heinrich Himmler committed suicide on May 23, 1945 in British intelligence custody. He was buried inside an unmarked grave on Luneburg Heath – its precise location kept secret for fear of it becoming a place of pilgrimage for German nationalists. In March 2011, Corporal Guy Adderley’s family tried to auction Himmler’s photo on his deathbed in Bristol. However, just before the sale, the photo was withdrawn as result of threats from Zionist groups.
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