a sampling of Hitler’s early views on the Jews, we shall discover striking parallels to conditions existing in our own day.
Jewish propagandists would have us believe that Hitler’s unfavorable attitude toward Jewry was based solely on a “racial” hostility between Aryans and the Jewish people.
This thinking and striving after money and power, and the feelings that go along with it, serve the purposes of the Jew who is unscrupulous in the choice of methods and pitiless in their employment.
His power is the power of money, which multiplies in his hands through interest, and which forces peoples under the most dangerous of yokes.
The ultimate objective of such legislation must, however, be the irrevocable removal of the Jews from civil and cultural influence.
Thus, the accusation that Hitler was a “racist” is a Jewish lie.
Beginning with a letter written in 1919 in reply to an inquirer on the subject of Jewry’s influence in the Weimar Republic, Hitler stressed the need for a rational basis for anti-Semitism that would oppose the “Anti-Semitism as a political movement cannot be defined by emotional impulses but by recognition of the facts.
in racial terms, but again, based on the activities pursued by Jewry, which Hitler viewed as destructive to the culture and destiny of Germany.
First, let us explore an “encounter” the future Führer experienced with a religious Jew while walking the streets of Vienna when still a young artist which acted as a “In the Jew I saw only a man who was of a different religion, and therefore, on grounds of human tolerance, was against the idea that he should be attacked because he had a different faith.