The encampment of the Jews Might it have been justified?
I have watched many interviews, talk shows, and discussions about the Holocaust, and I have noticed that one basic question is never asked or even touched upon: Why were Jews put into camps in the first place?
Immediately after Japan declared war on the United States of America, the order was issued to round up all Americans of Japanese ancestry and imprison them in large camps. A declaration of war entitles any nation to imprison its enemy and their sympathizers.
On March 24, 1933, the Jewish World Congress, then under the leadership of Chaim Weizman, declared war on Germany on behalf of the Jews of the world. The basic question arises; what were the Germans supposed to do with their large Jewish population?
The declared enemy was now right in the middle of their country. Bankers, industrialists, media moguls, movie producers, merchants, and others, overnight became enemies of Germany.
No nation in the world would have allowed their declared enemies to freely roam around the country. The Germans, however, never implemented measures against the Jews as drastic as the United States did with their Japanese citizens. The few Jews who were put into camps, after the election of Hitler as “Reichskanzler,” were those who employed harsh measures against the upcoming young Nazi-movement before the elections. Cruel judges, pornographers, communist leaders, open homosexuals, government criminals, financial con-artists, international speculators … they all got their “day in court” and ended up in concentration camps. However, many of them were released after a short investigation, or after serving some time. But no one was put into a camp without a reason. As a matter of fact, thousands of Jews were not bothered by the Nazis or by the fate of their “convicted” co-religionists. They went on with their daily lives in Germany while the world was running amok about the “harsh treatment of Jews in Germany.” To illustrate the true “fate of the Jews,” one has to look at some of the prominent Jewish leaders living in Germany at the time.
For instance, there is the case of Dr. Leo Baeck, Chief Rabbi in Berlin until 1943. Since 1933, Dr. Baeck nominally headed the Reich Association of Jews in Germany. This organization compiled lists of Jews for deportation and collaborated with the Germans in dispersing Jews from the ghettos to the camps.
By all accounts, Rabbi Dr. Leo Baeck must have had a very comfortable existence under the National Socialist Government in Germany. Born in 1873 in Posen, he became a Rabbi in 1897 in Oppeln/Silesia. Interestingly, he was a Rabbi in Berlin from 1912 until 1943, when he himself was interned at the Theresienstadt camp, a camp where most of the prominent Jews and resistance activists were housed. After the war Leo Baeck immigrated to England.
He died in 1956, eleven years after the war, and was then returned to Germany to be buried in Berlin-Weissensee.
Now here is where the questions should be asked; why would a Jew prepare lists of Jews for deportation? Also, if the Germans wanted to kill all Jews in Europe, why was Dr. Leo Baeck not “gassed” or “burned alive” by the evil Germans, as the proponents of the Holocaust story would have us believe?
If one wants to exterminate an entire race, one would start with the leaders first and not with the little people. Of course, the liberal liars tell us Leo Baeck stayed on to help his fellow Jews! Oh yeah? Preparing deportation lists of Jews for the Germans? Of course, we don’t have to believe everything the international pundits tell us.
But what are the realities? Who was killed first, after World War II, when the Allies got hold of the Germans? The big leaders, of course, and after them, the smaller ones. And still today, the revenge-crazed Jews and their proselytes continue the hunt for German officials, although now they are reduced to persecuting old men who at their peak never held any real power.
These are very important questions, because so many prominent Jews survived the alleged Holocaust. Simon Wiesenthal, Eli Wiesel, Leo Baeck, Max Nussbaum, and so many more like them. As a matter of fact, approximately 4.5 million Jews “survived.”
Leo Baeck did not pack his suitcase and emigrate to friendlier shores when the Jews of the world declared war (industrial, economical, and financial) on Germany on September 24, 1933. This important fact is never mentioned. How could Baeck have been so certain of victory?
Rabbi Baeck also must have been unconcerned about his safety when the “book burning” took place on May 10, 1933. Because most of the burned books were from Jewish authors, any Jew should have said, “I am leaving.” Well, Rabbi Baeck did not think so and remained in Berlin. After the “book burning” came the “Kristallnacht” on November 9, 1938. “Jewish blood was flowing in the streets of Germany, synagogues were burning everywhere. Jewish life has come to and end,” lamented the daily press in all the nations not sympathetic to the German ideas of removing the Jews from western culture and European affairs. Well, Rabbi Baeck did not find it threatening enough to leave this unfriendly land of Nazis.
First England and France, and two years later the United States of America, declared war on Germany: World War II began. But Rabbi Baeck remained unmoved by it all. He stayed in Berlin. Then, when hundreds of thousands of civilians died in massive Allied bombing raids against German civilians … and only then … Rabbi Baeck got out. And where did he go? To Theresienstadt, because the concentration camp was never bombed by the Allies, and was the safest place for a Jew to be.
Why did Rabbi Baeck never leave the Third Reich, the land of concentration camps and “gas chambers,” with all the other 300,000 German Jews who were allowed to leave for more lucrative lands?
It must have been relatively easy to leave Germany. Max Nussbaum, Chief Rabbi of Berlin until 1940 (who later became Chief Rabbi of Beverly Hills, CA), immigrated to New York at the advice of Rabbi Stephen Wise. Did Rabbi Wise already know of the coming war between the United States and Germany in 1940?
One must assume that Rabbi Baeck knew about Rabbi Nussbaum’s plan to move to New York, but again Baeck remained in Berlin. A riddle to be sure, unless the horrors of Nazism were not that horrible for the Jews after all.
Another question should be put to all those false Holocaust “experts” by asking them how many Jews were gassed in Dachau? As a matter of fact, no one was ever “gassed” in Germany, or in territories under German control, as has been established in court. Nevertheless, this is not a fact most people will easily accept at face value. Perhaps the key to opening their minds is for them to watch the Jews “squirm” for an answer to this question, and watch their attempts to avoid or change the subject. Even the most ardent Holocaust liar is not willing to tell a specific lie on television, under the light with microphones and cameras aimed at him.
Many people find themselves increasingly involved with the Holocaust story for one reason: they cannot help hearing about it every day through the news media. Simply speaking, they are not given a chance to forget the Holocaust story and, therefore, will now start asking questions about this emotionally-charged subject, because so many things do not fit together, casting doubt on the whole scheme of it.
British Foreign Minister Ernest Bevin, at a Foreign Ministers Conference in London, February 10, 1946, explained how propaganda is disseminated throughout the world and what purpose the newspapers have. He said:
A newspaper has three things to do. One is to amuse, another to entertain, and the rest is to mislead.
And there it is. What better authority can we ask? Amuse, entertain, and mislead. No wonder it is difficult for the public to get to the truth. And nowhere is this difficulty more obvious than with the Holocaust story.
Forty-five years of steady Holocaust propaganda cannot be removed by saying, “the Holocaust never happened.” But if people are asked the right questions, they will discover the truth and come to their own conclusions.