Saturday, May 23, 2009

The False Dilemma: "Zionism versus Bolshevism"

Christopher Jon Bjerknes

Winston Churchill was a radical Zionist, by his own admission. Like the radical Zionist Jew Chaim Weizmann, Churchill offered a false dilemma to the World and demanded that normal human beings accept Zionism, or be destroyed by Jewish Bolshevism. The false dilemma of "Zionism versus Bolshevism" neglects the other options of assimilation, re-education, defeat in war, quarantining, imprisoning or eliminating Jewry. The choice between Bolshevism and Zionism is also an Hobson's choice, as well as a false dilemma, in that both supposed options produce the same result, a Jewish World Order as foretold in the Old Testament.

Though many careless and uninformed readers have misinterpreted Winston Churchill's article of 8 February 1920, "Zionism versus Bolshevism", originally published in the Illustrated Sunday Herald, on page 5, as if an anti-Zionist statement, it is in fact an endorsement of Zionism containing the threat of Bolshevism as a sweetener. Churchill's article appears in full in my book The Manufacture and Sale of Saint Einstein, in chapter 7, section 6, on pages 1579-1582.

Both Zionism and Bolshevism are direct paths to the fulfillment of Judaism, Jewish World rule and the destruction of humanity. The choice between the two is an Hobson's choice stated as a false dilemma, as Adolf Hitler came close to pointing out in his book of 1924, Mein Kampf,

"Slowly the fear of the Marxist weapon of Jewry descends like a nightmare on the mind and soul decent people.

The begin to tremble before the terrible enemy and thus have become his final victim.

The Jew's domination in the state seems so assured that now not only can he call himself a Jew again, but he ruthlessly admits his ultimate national and political designs. A section of his race openly owns itself to be a foreign people, yet even here they lie. For while the Zionists try to make the rest of the world believe that the national consciousness of the Jew finds its satisfaction in the creation of a Palestinian state, the Jews again slyly dupe the dumb Goyim. It doesn't even enter their heads to build up a Jewish state in Palestine for the purpose of living there; all they want is a central organization for their international world swindle, endowed with its own sovereign rights and removed from the intervention of other states: a haven for convicted scoundrels and a university for budding crooks."--A. Hitler, English translation by Ralph Manheim, Mein Kampf, Houghton Mifflin, Boston, New York, (1971), pp. 324-325.

Does this not prove that Hitler was an enemy of the Political Zionists? No, on the contrary, Hitler was in agreement, as was so often the case, with the most vocal of Political Zionists, at the same point in history. Israel Zangwill, at precisely the same time, was also denouncing the Political Zionism for which he was the most outspoken advocate in the English language. See: I. Zangwill, "Is Political Zionism Dead? Yes", The Nation, Volume 118, Number 3062, (12 March 1924), pp. 276-278.

After the publication of Mein Kampf, Hitler accepted the Jews' money and it was only with the Jews' money that the NSDAP went from a declining, insignificant party, to a victorious and ruling party. As Eustace Mullins and Douglas Reed have pointed out, the Jewish bankers even marched in Hitler's parades carrying signs which read, "Throw us out!" So the sequence in time is that Hitler first denounced Zionism, not because it would create a Jewish nation, but rather that it would fail to create a Jewish nation in which the Jews largely resided, then later openly joined forces with it. This was the same complaint of the Zionists at the time, who were forced to concede to their reluctant Jewish brethren that they could remain in their lives of luxury in America and Europe, while Rothschild imported bribed Jewish ne'er-do-wells from Russia into Palestine to build palatial estates for rich Jews. In Mein Kampf, Hitler was effectively parroting the Zionists' own words of the time.

When the Zionists (Jewish bankers) decided to place Hitler in power to chase the reluctant Jews into Palestine, Hitler took their money. Hitler then participated in the Transfer Agreement with the Jews. So we see that Hitler's active and open collaboration with the Jews came after the publication of Mein Kampf and therefore Hitler's statements in Mein Kampf contradict his later actions.

It was only after the Transfer Agreement proved a failure, that Hitler ended the public collaboration with the Jews. Here again, Hitler was doing exactly what the Jewish Political Zionists were doing at the same time. The Jewish Zionists of England and America were standing in the way of Jewish emigration to Palestine, because the Jews who went there largely soon left. The Zionist project in which Hitler was a participant, had failed, and the Jews knew that they had to terrorize the Jews of the World through Hitler in order to leave them no choice but to emigrate to Palestine. Even after the war, in places like Iraq, the Jews continued to terrorize other Jews to chase them to Palestine.

Hitler was a fairly consistent mirror of the Jewish Political Zionists, and again and again forwarded their agenda. It is also worth pointing out that the NSDAP created a revised Uganda (Jewish Zionist) plan for the Jews which sought to create a Jewish nation in Madagascar. This plan can legitimately be described as a Zionist plan. The Jews also sought to establish a Jewish state in the Soviet Union at the same time as Hitler discounted the plan for Palestine in Mein Kampf. The Jews ultimately succeeded in creating a Jewish Oblast in the Soviet Union. All of these facts are discussed in my above mentioned book of 2006. Hitler, Stalin, Lenin and Trotsky each forwarded the Zionist agenda, even if they would sometimes speak out against it. It was the Jewish agenda, and they were each paid agents of Jewry, which is an indisputable historic fact.

There were, however, sincerely anti-Jewish members of the NSDAP, and the Jews were forced to teach the Nazis monetary policies which would capitalize the expulsion of Jews from Europe. We can learn from these measures and need not hesistate to learn from the NSDAP and employ effective measures which they proved were successful.