Jewish writer claims Nazi -Zionist collaboration in WW2
Contains some shocking, if true, info like:
Incredibly, Avraham Stern, the leader of the notorious "Stern Gang," late in 1940, made a written proposal to Hitler, by which the Jewish militias in Palestine, would fight on "Germany's side," in the war against England, in exchange for the Nazis help in resolving the "Jewish Question" in Europe, and their assistance in creating an "historic Jewish state." By this date, German troops had already marched into Prague, invaded Poland, and had built the first concentration camp at Auschwitz. The deranged Stern had further bragged about how the Zionist organizations were "closely related to the totalitarian movements of Europe in [their] ideology and structure." Stern's obscene proposal was found in the German embassy, in Turkey, after WWII.
Nothing new, the IZL belived that the only way to build a Jewish country is by kicking the Brits out. The arabs contacted Hitler in order to get him to Israel at the end, kill the Jews and let them build an Arabian country (they thought that it will be quicker then the ten years solution offered to them by the Brits).
The IZL in this letter tried to hit two birds with one rock, they needed to help the Jews in europe and to create a Jewish state so they asked Hitler to bring the Jews to Israel in order to solve his "problem" and in return they'll fight against the Brits (a thing that they did anyway).
What do you guys think of this site? It makes me wanna vomit.
Re: Jewish writer claims Nazi -Zionist collaboration in WW2
Israeli Defense Force historian Martin van Creveld also says Fascist Italy did train some Jews as naval commandos, as the Jewish organizations of the 1930s planned to attack British patrol boats used to deter immigration to Palestine..
Originally Posted by PELASGOS
Since the infamous Wannseekonferenz happened in early 1942, there may have been the *slightest* chance of success for this idea.
Nevertheless, Hitler's preferance of getting rid of the Jewish population in Europe wasn't by deportation or resettlement.