Adolf Hitler: The Zionist Stooge, Part II
Christopher Jon Bjerknes
Bolshevist Zionist Adolf Hitler received early support from Jewish financiers. In particular, Ignatz Trebitsch-Lincoln, a crypto-Jew whose real name was Moses Pinkeles, bought the Volkischer Beobachter newspaper for Hitler. In 1933, Jewish bankers flooded Hitler with cash. Samuel Untermyer stated,
"Revolting as it is, it would be an interesting study in psychology to analyze the motives, other than fear and cowardice, that have prompted Jewish bankers to lend money to Germany as they are now doing. It is in part their money that is being used by the Hitler regime in its reckless, wicked campaign of propaganda to make the world anti-Semitic; with that money they have invaded Great Britain, the United States and other countries where they have established newspapers, subsidized agents and otherwise are spending untold millions in spreading their infamous creed. The suggestion that they use that money toward paying the honest debts they have repudiated is answered only by contemptuous sneers and silence. Meantime the infamous campaign goes on unabated with ever increasing intensity to the everlasting disgrace of the Jewish bankers who are helping to finance it and of the weaklings who are doing nothing effective to check it."—Samuel Untermyer as quoted in: "Text of Untermyer's Address", The New York Times, (7 August 1933), p. 4.