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October 23, 2014

Was General Patton an anti-Semite? Yes, “the worst, Jerry, the worst”

Filed under: Buchenwald, Holocaust, World War II — furtherglory @ 9:51 am

On my previous post about Bill O’Reilly’s latest book, entitled Killing Patton, I included a photo of the Jewish survivors of Buchenwald attending a religious service. I have pulled that photo out, and placed it on my new post today, instead.

Jewish prisoners a Buchenwald attend a religious service after the camp was liberated

Jewish prisoners at Buchenwald attend a religious service after the camp was liberated

The following quote from this website explains that General Patton was highly critical of the Jews at this religious service:

Patton’s initial impressions of the Jews were not improved when he attended a Jewish religious service at Eisenhower’s insistence. His diary entry for September 17, 1945, reads in part:

“This happened to be the feast of Yom Kippur, so they were all collected in a large, wooden building, which they called a synagogue. It behooved General Eisenhower to make a speech to them. We entered the synagogue, which was packed with the greatest stinking bunch of humanity I have ever seen. When we got about halfway up, the head rabbi, who was dressed in a fur hat similar to that worn by Henry VIII of England and in a surplice heavily embroidered and very filthy, came down and met the General . . . The smell was so terrible that I almost fainted and actually about three hours later lost my lunch as the result of remembering it.”

These experiences and a great many others firmly convinced Patton that the Jews were an especially unsavory variety of creature and hardly deserving of all the official concern the American government was bestowing on them.

This incident proves that General Patton was an anti-Semite, the worst thing that a person can be:  “the worst, Jerry, the worst.”

Bill O’Reilly’s new book has been condemned by the Jews because it does not point out that General Patton was an anti-Semite.  This review of the book makes it perfectly clear that O’Reilly, who is Catholic, committed a mortal sin by not writing that Patton was a rabid anti-Semite.

This quote from this website confirms that General Patton was definitely an anti-Semite:

Most of the Jews swarming over Germany immediately after the war came from Poland and Russia, and Patton found their personal habits shockingly uncivilized.

He was disgusted by their behavior in the camps for Displaced Persons (DP’s) which the Americans built for them and even more disgusted by the way they behaved when they were housed in German hospitals and private homes. He observed with horror that “these people do not understand toilets and refuse to use them except as repositories for tin cans, garbage, and refuse . . . They decline, where practicable, to use latrines, preferring to relieve themselves on the floor.”

He described in his diary one DP camp,

“where, although room existed, the Jews were crowded together to an appalling extent, and in practically every room there was a pile of garbage in one corner which was also used as a latrine. The Jews were only forced to desist from their nastiness and clean up the mess by the threat of the butt ends of rifles. Of course, I know the expression ‘lost tribes of Israel’ applied to the tribes which disappeared — not to the tribe of Judah from which the current sons of bitches are descended. However, it is my personal opinion that this too is a lost tribe — lost to all decency.”

When I was a child, my family lived next door to a black family, named Patton.  I was always curious about how they had gotten the name Patton.  Did the family of General Patton have slaves?  It’s possible.

On the personal website of Patton at http://www.generalpatton.com I found this quote:

[Patton’s] ancestors had fought in the Revolutionary War, the Mexican War and the Civil War, and he grew up listening to stories of their brave and successful endeavors. He attended the Virginia Military Institute for one year and went on to graduate from the United States Military Academy at West Point on June 11, 1909. He was then commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the 15th cavalry Regiment.

One thing that Bill O’Reilly’s book Killing Patton did not point out is that General Patton was an upper class person, from way back, and this could have caused him to be critical of the behavior of the Jews in the DP camps.

 

 

24 Comments »

  1. I enjoyed reading Gen. Patten’s autobiography written by one of his aids from Patton’s diarys. The only thing I recall was his deep compassion for the jews held in prison camps. I didn’t read anything insulting. Now that we have the internet, we can all put out what we want truth or false. I call BS on this unless I can see this from legitimate source documents. G-d forbid he should be an antisemite one of the greatest American leaders. Shalom.

    Comment by peacemaker — October 11, 2016 @ 10:41 pm

    • You wrote: “The only thing I recall was his [Patton] deep compassion for the jews held in prison camps.”

      Patton threw up after he saw how dirty the Jews were.

      Comment by furtherglory — October 12, 2016 @ 1:24 am

  2. Who cares what the Jews of today think? Those ungrateful bastards owe their lives to men like Patton. They should shut their lying mouths and take a shave and a bath instead of criticizing the greatest general of WW2. I think Patton was just telling the truth about those filthy Eastern European Jews as well as the truth about the Russians, the Chinese, and the Japs. He was 100% right. I know that many people are smirking right now and thinking “so what, you lost the demographic war, you Anglo-Saxons are on the way out.” To anyone who thinks that, I say “guess again, you worm-infested sack of exrement. We’re just getting warmed up.” We are going to clean up North American and, with the help of our reformed German cousins, all of Europe. Then we will incinerate Russia, China, and Japan, and rule the world with an iron fist. Our justice will be established everywhere. How? I can’t tell you right now but here’s a hint. Churchill said “the empire of the future will be the empire of the mind.” Think about it.

    Comment by karl — June 9, 2015 @ 3:27 pm

    • All that towards the end was BS. Everyone thought the general was lunatic . I don’t see where being zealous is the mark of a lunatic . He was a 100% on the money about the Ruskies . Didn’t take the red bastards long to build “their ” nuke. They had plenty of people boosting classified documents for them. Our 2 favorite jew spies. Julius and Ethel . People cry and say the 2 Hebs dudnt steal anything that amounted to much. I don’t give a damn if they sold the Reds detailed instructions on how how to wipe your ass. They were spies. Spies are executed. End of story. Let’s not forget the heartache these assholes put us through by parking some “fireworks” on Castros property. If we took the generals advice,that shit would’ve never been an issue. They f**ked Patton out of Berlin. They felt the Germans would fight hard for berlin. Bodies would pile up. Russia was willing to accept the loses. My question . Did the general know that? I don’t think so. He would’ve blew his stack if he did. I know he would’ve taken it as an insult to his men. I’m not trying to sound cold,but I’m glad he didn’t live to see the world post war. The general was what a soldier was supposed to be . No a damn politician like Ike. Nobody could put two and two together and figure the Ruskies are in bed with the Hebs . The general looked right through everything. He could tell when he something was BS . The rest of our leaders wanted to act like sheep. From what I’ve read, the Krauts had respect for him. They probably worried every waking moment when the general was gonna turn up on their doorstep.

      Comment by Tim — June 9, 2015 @ 5:05 pm

    • I think the lying in this case was committed by the esteemed General. Jews have cleanliness ingrained in their culture and law. Maybe some were driven insane by their internment, but to have no sympathy means his soul was akin to the Nazi enemy. Great military leader, nonetheless. By the way, I totally believe in defending the white race – murderous racists notwithstanding – but if you’re really serious about it, a word of advice: worry about the Arabs/Muslims and their supporters, including self-hating whites; they are seriously, no-joke coming after YOU!!!

      Comment by ScionofZion — June 15, 2015 @ 8:47 pm

      • They didn’t even use bathrooms, preferring to urinate in a corner..Patton knew almost immediately that we were fighting the wrong country.

        Comment by Lara Parkes — August 31, 2015 @ 1:25 am

  3. I intend to reserve final judgment on this matter until I have studied the info more closely. I’m not yet convinced that Patton was anti-Semitic as much as he was simply repulsed by the behavior of the people involved here. I have long been aware that Patton wanted to take out the Soviets at the end of the war. I find the notion that he would sanction some sort of alliance with the Nazis against Stalin & the Soviets to be unacceptable as well as abhorrent. Perhaps he really was ‘off his rocker.’

    Comment by G L Tyrebiter — May 31, 2015 @ 8:38 am

    • He tried to put the nazis to work rebuilding their country at the end of the war. Naturally Ike didn’t want anything to do with it. He said we’d have to fight the Ruskies sooner or later . He was right . Just not the way he had envisioned it.

      Comment by Tim — May 31, 2015 @ 9:20 am

    • I have written several posts about the meaning of the word “anti-Semitism”. You can real all of these posts at https://furtherglory.wordpress.com/tag/anti-semitism/

      The original meaning of this term was quite different, as I explained in several blog posts.

      Comment by furtherglory — May 31, 2015 @ 10:21 am

      • The word antisemetic needs to be dropped all together. Cut through the fancy packaging and Phd explanations,it’s hate based on race. Jews are no better than any other race. If someone hates them based on their race,then that person is racist. Continual use of the word,just allows them to go on thinking their shit don’t stink. I’m a Christian and believe what the bible says. So people don’t. As a human that is most certainly their right. The irony to the jews is this. Gods chosen people ( don’t forget only reason they’re chosen is ,because the pickings were pretty slim at that time). Well gods pretty adamant about how to get everlasting life. Worship his son. John 14:6. When Jesus was asked he said,”I am the way,the truth and the life “. Of course his old man backs him on that. Here’s the irony. The Jews don’t buy into who Jesus is. In a way their telling God ,”f**k you “. Christianity is the best route for me. I’m still not a 100% convinced with my own eyes. So when the Jews die,their basically going to hell. Maybe thats why they’re being such big babies while they’re alive. Hey if I knew I was going to hell,I’d go for broke while I’m in this existence . Course if the bible is one big fairy tale,then it ain’t gonna matter.

        Comment by Tim — May 31, 2015 @ 11:18 am

      • If you think about it,Patton was probably more of a bigot than racist. I’ve always got an open mind if I’m going on the wrong direction here. Speak up if you . Just don’t be ignorant and talk shit. In 1860 San Gabriel had a population of 550. By 1913 it was 1500. Demonstrsble there’s not a diverse population there. Think about it anything he learns of other races is gonna be from the outside world. Clearly West Point didn’t build an official place for the Jews to worship untill 1984. So is it plausible he got his views of jews there? Think about the men he was there with. Hell his father may have gave him his view of Jews . When he was stationed in El Paso he saved a black soldier from gettin worked over by white soldiers. He wrote his wife and said he didn’t think black soldiers could think fast enough to fight in armor. In ’44 he told the war department he needed tankers. They told him all they ha d were blacks. He shot back with,” I didn’t ask for color,I asked for tankers “. He got his 761st. I say he was more of a bigot than a racist. This is a bit off topic,but I read something on a site called “dailystormer” (I think that’s it). There’s a rabbi meir lau ( this guy makes “f**kin idiots” look smart). It’s back to who liberated dachau again . He said 761st. Through your article,I know that’s false. The video is on YouTube . It’s called ” rabbi confuses Patton with giant black soldier”. This idiot missed his true calling. Hollywood. He said something like,” this giant black soldier,lift me up by both feet and put me on his shoulders”. Wow. Talk about a Kodak moment. I’m pretty much at the point to where I’ve figured this whole holocaust is BS. Maybe if more people start to see clips like that and compare it with the historical accuracy,they might wake up.

        Comment by Tim — May 31, 2015 @ 3:53 pm

        • Patton was repulsed by the Jews who after the war in Germany, mass raped the German women from 8 to 80…Thousands upon thousands of women were tortured and raped to death..The filthy Russian Jews showed no mercy.

          Comment by Lara Parkes — August 31, 2015 @ 1:08 am

          • I’ve heard more along the lines of 300,000. What do you expect though. The ruskies are savage pigs. Should’ve been eliminated from the world a long time ago. Ike just had to have the Reds be first into Berlin . What a stupid f**k he was. You gonna tell me he didn’t know something was gonna happen. The commanding officers of the red army told everyone,”leave your doors unlocked”. Women rapped,men killed. Truth be known the Reds were probably a bunch of pedos too. Looking for little children to rape. I’m not saying our boys didn’t pull any shit,but what the ruskies did was on a wholesale level. That’s okay. The ruskies got hell to look forward to. We should’ve nuked me when we had the chance.

            Comment by Tim — September 1, 2015 @ 2:02 pm

    • I can well imagine the (historic) character assassination manufactured against Patton, in dialog with these people today, the threats and denigration was found common response.

      Comment by DeWayne — April 5, 2016 @ 9:47 pm

  4. History is written by the people that write it. His diary ? Women keep “diaries”. Men keep”journals”. What about “Ohrdruf”? Ike had Bradley and Patton accompany him to the site. Patton refused to go in,because he said he would get sick. There again some accounts say ,”Patton was so horrified at what he saw,that he vomited .” Yeah I know,big ass contradiction. If he didnt go in,how could hurl over what he saw. So I’ll take what his journal says with a grain of salt. I don’t care if a dozen hand writing experts say its the mans hand writing or not. Don’t forget,the world is full of first class criminals that make a living at forgery. Historians tell people only what they want to. On top of that,”their version”. How many people heard about the soldier patton clanked upside the head? It was 2,not 1. One of them said years later,the general was probably suffering from a bit of battle fatigue too ( not shell shock). Take everything with the proverbial “grain of salt”

    Comment by Tim — October 25, 2014 @ 11:57 pm

  5. You might be interested to know that there was at least one Jew Patton adored, actually two. The first was Jesus Christ. The second was his intellegence officer Oscar Koch!

    Patton did not really give a hoot if someone was a Jew or not. While he certainly harbored anti-Semetic sentiments (on for his day) it did not change the way he went about his business and who chose to be in his close circle. If you read more about Patton, you should find out that perhaps the guy who he trusted more than any one else was a Jew.

    As for this Jew, I couldn’t care less what Patton thought of Jews. He killed Germans and in THOSE DAYS that was a good thing.

    Truth be told some of the quotes have additional context, Patton in his diaries thought that Jews were in fact “dirty”. What he was seeing were Jews, many of whom lost there entire family, not knowing where to go who were diseased and starving. This all at the hands of the Nazis.

    Buchenwald was mild as far as camps go (unlike Auschwitz, Treblinka and Sobibor which were the primary murder factories).

    When the war was over Europe was missing almost 6MM Jews! They didn’t just disappear, they didn’t come to he US, they weren’t permitted to go to Palestine (for your Muslim readers that name originates with the Romans after they kicked the Jews out of Judea….about 600 years befor Mohammad was a twinkle in his mama’s eye!).

    Comment by 1948 — October 23, 2014 @ 5:02 pm

    • ” When the war was over Europe was missing almost 6MM Jews! ”
      Well that is what the main organs of information of the western world repeatedly claim day in day out , This figure is a magical figure for the Zionists
      and has no basis in any forensic evidence.
      However there are many of us who possess a brain and long ago realised that this was a lie used by those in control of the western world
      to promote an agenda of globalisation along with the establishment of a Talmudic state in the middle east.

      Comment by peter — October 24, 2014 @ 6:04 am

    • No, the name ‘Palestine’ did not originate with the Romans:

      http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Timeline_of_the_name_%22Palestine%22

      Comment by The Black Rabbit of Inlé — October 28, 2014 @ 1:08 pm

    • Jesus was not Jew, He was a Galilean or resident of Galilee (Matthew 26:69; John 7:41)…There was never 6 million Jews killed..It is a myth…Look up the Red Cross records or further still, look at the plaque where the number of Jews who died in all the camps was less than 100,000…The majority that died did so from typhus, starvation, old age, cancer, heart attacks etc…It was mathematically impossible to gas 6 million Jews and there were no gas chambers…Do your history checks and stop this propaganda.

      Comment by Lara Parkes — August 31, 2015 @ 1:18 am

  6. Hitler’s (formative) experience of Jews in Vienna may have been similar to this (though Hitler was NOT quite upper-class). The Jews he reacted to were from similar places to those Patton’s Jews were from, and like Patton’s, were post-war “refugees” (immigrants). Patton’s is a workable description of many Jews who might have had such effects on the opinions and sensibilities of many Germans before and during World War II.

    No doubt most of these Jews eventually assimilated to outwardly Western (if not outright luxurious) lifestyles, even if inwardly many may have remained avid, if not fanatical, Jews. Hitler’s and Patton’s both.

    Neither Hitler nor Patton would appear to have been RAISED or in any way trained in their adverse opinions of (at least some) Jews.

    Comment by Jett Rucker — October 23, 2014 @ 10:34 am

    • The following quote is from this website: http://www.historyplace.com/worldwar2/riseofhitler/homeless.htm

      Begin quote:
      There were also anti-Semitic tabloids and pamphlets available at the newsstands and at local coffee shops. On first reading them, Hitler claims in his book Mein Kampf to have been put off.

      “…the tone, particularly of the Viennese anti-Semitic press, seemed to me unworthy of the cultural tradition of a great nation.”

      But also in Mein Kampf, Hitler describes the transformation in his thinking regarding the Jews. It began with a chance meeting.

      “Once, as I was strolling through the inner city, I suddenly encountered an apparition in a black caftan and black hair locks. Is this a Jew? was my first thought.”

      “For, to be sure, they had not looked like that in Linz. I observed the man furtively and cautiously, but the longer I stared at this foreign face, scrutinizing feature for feature, the more my first question assumed a new form: is this a German?”

      To answer his own question, he immersed himself in anti-Semitic literature. Then he went out and studied Jews as they passed by.

      “…the more I saw, the more sharply they became distinguished in my eyes from the rest of humanity…”
      A jubilant young Hitler among the crowd celebrating the German proclamation of war on the Odeonplatz in Munich, Germany, August 2, 1914. Below: Close-up of the photo highlight showing Hitler.

      “For me this was the time of the greatest spiritual upheaval I have ever had to go through. I had ceased to be a weak-kneed cosmopolitan and become an anti-Semite.”

      But at this point Hitler’s anti-Semitism was not apparent in his personal relationships with Jews. He still did business with Jewish shop owners in selling his paintings and maintained the friendship with Josef Neumann. However, the seeds of hate were planted and would be nurtured by events soon to come, laying the foundation for one of the greatest tragedies in all of human history.
      End quote

      Comment by furtherglory — October 23, 2014 @ 11:31 am

      • Hitler had over 50,000 Jews in his Army, many holding high ranking positions.

        Comment by Lara Parkes — August 31, 2015 @ 1:22 am


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