Over the last year or so, there have been countless movies about the Nazis and the Holocaust, such as the “The Reader,” “Valkyrie,” “Defiance” and “The Boy in the Striped Pajamas.” A popular new film, the “Inglorious Bastards” directed by Quentin Tarantino and produced by the Weinstein brothers is promoted by Hollywood and the press as a fictional tale of a group of Jewish American GI’s led by a redneck Lieutenant played by Brad Pitt, who seek vengence against the Nazi’s in occupied France during WWII. Throughout the film there are many gruesome scenes of vengence, including scalpings and torture.
Eli Roth, who plays a leading role in the film as the “Bear Jew”, says that the idea of vengeance is “…almost a deep sexual satisfaction of wanting to beat Nazis to death, an orgasmic feeling. My character gets to beat Nazis to death. That’s something I could watch all day. My parents are very strong about Holocaust education.” On a similar note, one of the films producers, Lawrence Bender told Tarantino that “As your producing partner, I thank you, and as a member of the Jewish tribe, I thank you, motherf–ker, because this movie is a f–king Jewish wet dream.”
In the ADL Statement they say that the film “…is an allegory about good and evil and the no-holds barred efforts to defeat the evil personified by Hitler, his henchmen, and his Nazi regime. If only it were true!”
There is no need to come up with a fictional story while there is a true chapter of WWII history most people have no clue about. A Jewish American Author named John Sack risked his career and even his life to tell the story of Jews who sought revenge in his controversial book An Eye for an Eye: The Untold Story of Jewish Revenge Against Germans in 1945. The story tells of Jews who oversaw prison camps in Poland under the Communist occupations. According to Sack, they not only sought revenge against German soldiers, but also innocent German and Polish civilians.
Sack states in his book that the revenge included torture and rape of women and children. Sack estimates 60-80,000 died in these camps. Sack [said] one survivor named Lola, who was an official at the prison and lost most of her family in the Holocaust, admitted that they treated the prisoners much worse than she was treated at Auschwitz by the Nazis. She told Sack “thank God, nobody tried to rape us. The Germans weren’t allowed to.” “….but all of that happened to German girls at Lola’s prison in Gleiwitz,” said Sack.
Solomon Morel who lost most of his family in the holocaust brutally oversaw the prison camp. Morel fled to Israel after the book was published. Israel has refused to extradite Morel to Poland to face war crimes.
Most major publishers refused to publish Sack’s book and major media outlets ignored it once it was published. John Sack was villified by the Jewish Establishment, such as the Executive Director of the World Jewish Congress. He was labelled a self-hating Jew and even an anti-Semite. Self Proclaimed fighter of Holocaust Denial, Deborah Lipstadt, stated, on “the Charlie Rose Show” that Sack was a Neo-Nazi and anti-Semite and told him personally he was worse than a holocaust denier, despite the fact that he shares the mainstream view of the holocaust.
The media and major Jewish organizations were opposed to the book because they perceived it as portraying Jews in a negative light, possibly stirring up anti-Semitism and weakening their power to exploit the tragedies committed by the Nazi’s for their own political agenda. However these same organizations are promoting Taratino’s fictional film.
Sack’s message from his book was not to promote hatred against Jews. Instead, the books purpose is to prove that they are no different from any other group who have suffered from persecution and aren’t immune from committing atrocities against others. The organizations and individuals who opposed Sack’s work, did so, most likely, because it exposed their double standards and exploitation of tragedies.
Original source: http://ww3zionism.blogspot.com/2009/08/inglourious-basterds-f-king-jewish-wet.html
Source article can be found here.
P.S. May Inglourious Basterds go a long way in demystifying Jews for Americans.