Was a Jew and a reporter for the Rheinische Zeitung. He covered the Dreyfus trial. Having decided that Jews were hated his solution was to give them sanctuary in a country run by Zionist Jews. This meant stealing Palestine and renaming it Israel. The other option, the honest option was to clean up their act. It would have meant working for a living instead of stealing so that was never going to happen.
A Jew, tried to take over Germany by revolution. Failed, thank God. We wound up with Adolf instead; a much nicer chap. Sorted out by the Freikorps.
Walther Rathenau (September 29, 1867 – June 24, 1922) was a German industrialist, politician, writer, and statesman who served as Foreign Minister of Germany during the Weimar Republic.
He was an engineer and the boss of AEG. He was also a force for good, saying that Jews should integrate rather than infiltrate. This was why he was murdered by extremists. His loss was a big factor in the collapse of government that led to Adolf's triumph.
Are rich, make that very rich, highly influential and
important. Financing wars - when it suited them was just part of it. Stealing
Crimes and Mercies: The Fate of German Civilians under Allied Occupation, 1944-1950
An extraordinary book. It tells two of the most extraordinary stories of the 20th century simultaneously. Neither has been told before. One is the story of a great hero - Herbert Hoover, not J. Edgar the FBI boss, but a multimillionaire humanitarian whose courage, outspokenness, persistence and dedication saved literally tens of millions of people from starvation after the first world war and then after the second. And it's the story of why we never hear about this. General Eisenhower, war "hero" and later US president, of whom we have all heard, pursued a deliberate policy of preventing available food aid into Germany between 1945-49. Laws preventing immigration turned the country into a prison. As Bacque revealed in earlier book OTHER LOSSES, millions of disarmed soldiers died in prison camps; further more, Bacque tells the story of the suffering of civilians, dying from starvation. It is a part of living memory that times were extraordinarily hard, but Bacque's research has enabled an estimate of the scale for the first time: at least 9 million. He has found the documents which trace the decisions leading to this second holocaust, leading back to Eisenhower and his advisors. It is a courageous act for a man aged more than 70 accuse a war hero and president of being committing atrocities. Bacque's thoughts on collective are thought provoking. It's a sign of the times that a book like this is out of print. By it before it becomes a historical document in itself. Read it and tell people. It's relevant to today.
The review does not mention the fact that exterminating Germans was the policy incited by the Jew, Morgenthau