Are Jews White? What Hitler knew … from Jim Rizoli and Diane King – My Comments


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[This was in a newsletter that Diane King sent out. I totally agree. But Hitler did also say in Mein Kampf that Jews are a RACE … another race. And there are even Jews who will agree with that. So they look White but in reality are NOT a part of our race. They're a type of mixed race, Asiatic weird type of Whites. The difference between us and them is like meeting aliens. As for Jared Taylor, he does good work on race, but he's weak on Jews … I think his wife is Jewish and he allows Jews to come to his conferences. I'm afraid the higher you go in Western society the more you will find this to be the case. Jews filter Whites out of the system. Only weak Jew huggers make it to the top, along with other types of degenerate. Jan]

This is what Diane King wrote:

ARE JEWS WHITE? No. As Jared Taylor has said "they look-white-to-me". Although, of a whitish color, they are not of the White race.

Hitler knew this. He didn’t call for their extermination, but wished for them to get out of Germany, and the Zionist jews wanted the jews in Palestine, i.e. the 1917 Balfour Agreement that got America into the 1st World War.

The Haavara Agreement was an agreement between Nazi Germany and Zionist German Jews signed on 25 August 1933. The agreement was finalized after three months of talks by the Zionist Federation of Germany, the Anglo-Palestine Bank and the economic authorities of Nazi Germany. It was a major factor in making possible the migration of approximately 60,000 German Jews to Palestine in 1933–1939.

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