The Zionists and the Nazis

  • When a Japanese Diplomat, by the name of Mr. Suguhara offered to help Jewish refugees from the Holocaust, the infamous Zionist Stephen Weiss refused it.

  • The British Parliament voted with a large majority to allow Jewish refugees from the Holocaust. The Zionists leaders refused it.

  • Originally, Hitler's plan was to rid Europe of Jews through emigration or expulsion. But in 1942, due to the declaration of economic war [link] on Germany by the leader of world Zionism, Dr. Chaim Weizmann, in the name of the Jewish people, he changed his position and implemented the Final Solution.

  • On Feb. 1, 1940, when a shipload of Jewish refugees on the Danube River were refused permission to disembark anywhere, Henry Montor, the leader of the United Jewish Appeal (1939–50), explained that they could not be allowed to sail to the Holy Land because "Palestine cannot be flooded with ... old people or with undesirables.".

  • During the Holocaust, when masses of Jews were tortured and murdered, the Zionists had a policy of to allow it to continue, since it was in their benefit. The slogan was: “only through blood will we attain the land”.