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May 20, 2011

Glenn Beck mentions the Balfour Agreement

Filed under: Germany, TV shows — Tags: , — furtherglory @ 9:58 am

I was watching the Glenn Beck show yesterday, along with some young college students who were gathering at my house for an event that was set to begin later.  When Beck mentioned the Balfour Agreement, I asked the students at the next commercial if they knew what Beck was talking about.  What?  The Balfour Agreement?  Never heard of it!  Is the text of the letter online somewhere?  Yes, of course.  Everything is online.  You can read the Balfour letter here.

The Balfour letter mentions what the British are going to do for the Jews, but what did the Jews agree to do for the British?

As I understand it, and correct me if I’m wrong, the Jews promised to lend money to the British to continue fighting in World War I.  In 1916, America was not yet involved in World War I and Germany was winning.  The Jews also promised to get America into the war.

The significance of the Balfour agreement is that it contributed greatly to Germany losing World War I, which really pissed off young Adolf Hitler who was lying in a hospital bed, blind from a mustard gas attack, when he heard that Germany had surrendered.  But that wasn’t the worst of it.

At Versailles, Woodrow Wilson brought along 17 Jews who made sure that the 5 million dollar loan was paid back. Germany had to pay back the money loaned to the British by the Jewish bankers in New York. And the bankers demanded the money in gold, not paper money backed by gold.  Eventually all the gold in Germany wound up in the hands of the Jewish bankers.  This really pissed off Hitler and when he became Chancellor of Germany in 1933, he had no love for the Jews.  Hitler was forced to print paper money, not backed by gold, which started something new, that is now considered to be acceptable.

After I explained all this to the students, I saw light bulbs over their heads as they began to realize why Hitler hated the Jews.  They had always thought that Hitler was just an evil man who wanted to kill all the Jews for no reason at all.  Or because they were a different race.  No, it was because Hitler blamed the Jews for causing Germany to lose World War I.

Why doesn’t Glenn Beck tell you these things?  And why don’t the students learn this in their college classes?

Another thing that Glenn Beck didn’t explain on his program yesterday was why President Roosevelt didn’t persuade Congress to change America’s immigration laws to allow all the Jews in Europe to come to America after Hitler came to power in 1933.  He mentioned a ship full of Jews that was turned away from America, not allowing the Jews to enter.  Beck didn’t mention the name of the ship, but he was obviously talking about the ship called the St. Louis.  He made it sound like Roosevelt was against the Jews. But how could this be?  Hitler believed that Roosevelt himself was a Jew.

Since Beck didn’t provide an explanation, I am going to jump in and give my opinion on why America didn’t allow all the Jews to come here before the Holocaust got started.  Beginning in 1921, the immigration laws in America limited the number of German immigrants, which included German Jews.  However, during World War II, German Jews were allowed to come here under the limited quota.  Those who were allowed in were mainly young men who then returned to Germany during and after the war, as American soldiers, and helped with the roundup and  prosecution of the German war criminals.

If America had saved all the Jews of Europe by allowing them to come here, there would have been no Holocaust, but there would also be no Israel today. Most of the Jews would have stayed in America and would not have gone to Palestine.  I think that Roosevelt did not bring all the Jews here because he wanted to encourage the Jews to go to Palestine and set up the Jewish homeland of Israel.  The survivors of the Holocaust were forced to go to Palestine because America did not change its immigration laws until 1948.  Why wait until 1948?  Because it was in 1948 that Israel became a country.

8 Comments

  1. Sorry auto correct is switched on.. Dyslexia isn’t much fun !! I’m Christy J Walters and i research revisionist history ,,fortunately i live in a country that has not made it a crime !! If you want my honest view about the Holocaust here’s the quick answer “The Zionists did it!!”

    Comment by Christy J Walters — May 27, 2011 @ 9:39 am

  2. I’m shocked ,, The Rothschilds played a major role in fact the Zionist Jews were working away in the Shadows for many years before WWI and WWII ..Another little known fact is the Zionist role in preventing the rescue of Jews ,,They even bragged about the need for Jews to shed blood ,,The Jews weren’t Holocaust ,they were sacrificed !!

    Comment by Christine Walters — May 27, 2011 @ 9:30 am

  3. According to this old book I.G. Farben’s presence in
    America was very real and camouflaged by a variety of front companies.

    Click to access Treason’s_Peace-German_Dyes&American_Dupes-IG_Farben’s_Hidden_Power(1947).pdf

    I’m currently reading a more recent book by Guido Preparatam Conjuring Hitler, which interestingly enough,includes academic references to works by disgraced non-academic historians David Irving and Eustace Mullins. One thing I’m curious about is the
    the transfer of the Czech gold to Germany facilitated by Montagu Norman and his “disciple” Hjalmar Schact. I admit I don’t know much about WWII era economics including the role of the Schroeders. It’s new territory to me.

    Comment by who+dares+wings — May 21, 2011 @ 12:28 pm

    • This book you linked to is anti-German propaganda. In the preface it sets you up:

      “Perhaps the chief distinguishing characteristic of this vast organization
      is the definite pattern to which it holds. From its beginning
      the **Farben pattern**—based upon intensive research wedded to applied
      science, plus **a cynical disbelief in the existence of social, economic,
      or political morality**—has never varied; its rhythm appears
      changeless.”

      Not very objective, is it. Farben was the 1925 merger of 6 German dye and chemical companies that had already been working closely together since the end of WWI … because of the calamitous punishments heaped on Germany. They did this in order to survive. This book wants you to believe they were a major conspiracy of Nazi evil geniuses.

      It continues on page viii: “The events in this story are not set forth in chronological order.
      Rather, they are **grouped according to subject matter—to bring out
      the many designs of the pattern,** and to make clear each phase of
      the menace that is Farben. Space does not permit a history of this
      nebulous structure, or the part it has played in German politics—in
      making Hitler Chancellor, and providing money and munitions for
      his armies.”

      Space does not permit? Nebulous? Whenever authors refuse to put things in chronological order it is because they want to create “illusions” that events go together (are linked) when they are not. All these crappy disinfo books do this. You are not being discriminating, wdw.

      At least finish reading and studying a subject before you throw out stuff like you did here to innocent victims. I think when you do you will conclude there is nothing to it.

      Comment by Skeptic — May 21, 2011 @ 1:01 pm

    • And this book came out in 1947. Definitely British propaganda against Germany.

      Comment by Skeptic — May 21, 2011 @ 1:21 pm

  4. There seems to be two views on this. One view is that Hitler’s issuing of fiat currency (not backed by gold) helped put Germany back on its feet. This is the “Hitler’s economic miracle” view. That he was smarter and quicker than Roosevelt in pulling his country out of its depression. He was Time magazine’s Man of the Year in 1938, Germany’s single minded savior.

    The other, more conspiratorial, view is that an Anglo-American banking and industrial oligarchy lifted Germany out of it’s depression with infusions of loans which were then used to rearm the country so there would be a pretext for war and they could make money leveling it and then rebuilding it.

    Here is a book of speeches, entitled “Ezra Pound Speaking”, if people want to take one step backwards and sideways in time to try to put the History Channel version of WWII into perspective: http://www.archive.org/details/ezraPoundSpeakingRadioSpeechesOfWorldWarIi

    If the Allies were serious about prosecuting enablers of the Nazis, they would have prosecuted:
    -Allen Dulles
    -the Schroeders
    -Montagu Norman
    – Standard Oil
    -A.E.G.
    -I.T.T
    -Paul Warburg, who was a director of American I.G. Farben and thus connected with the financing of Hitler (as the Nazi regime began), and Max Warburg, a director of German I.G. Farben, who signed — along with Hitler himself — the document which appointed Hjalmar Schacht to the Reichsbank.
    -The Chase and Morgan banks.

    Yet they didn’t.

    Comment by who+dares+wings — May 20, 2011 @ 11:08 am

    • Thanks for your comment. I was hoping that someone, who knows more about this than I do, would come forward.

      Time magazine named Hitler the Man of the Year in 1938. He was chosen as the man of the year because he had more influence in 1938 than any other person, but it was made clear that this was not a good thing. Time Magazine did not approve of Hitler, but they did acknowledge his importance in the world by naming him the Man of the Year.

      Comment by furtherglory — May 20, 2011 @ 11:31 am

    • Are you getting caught up in the big conspiracy view, whodareswings?
      There was no American I.G. Farben – that’s a product of the feverish thinking of the Bush-nazi connection folks. Max Warburg was a director of the Reichsbank so naturally he had his signature concurring with the Schacht appointment. There was nothing wrong with Schacht either. Do you really know anything about the Schroeders?

      You are putting yourself into bad company here. And on top of that, you are not making it clear at all where YOU stand.

      Comment by Skeptic — May 20, 2011 @ 8:05 pm


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