Did Nazis Single Out Jews for Persecution?

henrymakow.com — Sept 6, 2017

A total of 350 Czech residents of the village of Lidice were massacred in reprisal for the the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich in June 1942 by British agents.

A total of 350 Czech residents of the village of Lidice were massacred in reprisal for the the assassination of Reinhard Heydrich in June 1942 by British agents.

 “Today, inconvenient facts subvert the official narrative of the Holocaust – that the Jews of Europe were somehow singled out by the Reich for special treatment and genocide. Under the Nazi occupation, nationalists and non-Zionist Jews were brutally repressed and there were mass executions and internment. “

by Linda — (henrymakow.com) 

Thank you for two recent reports on psychological warfare and its uses.  The report on Josef Burg (Sept 4 017) and Sefton Delmar (Sept 5 017).
Burg’s testimony perhaps should be read in terms of a witness against the ZOG use of Jewish internment and brutal subjection to German martial law as psychological warfare during WWII.
He is not denying that the European Jews suffered terribly under Nazi occupation. Rather his testimony places the Jewish experience side by side with the experience of populations that were conquered and subjected by the Hitler regime.  And this is where the historical narrative ceases to be of service to Zionism.   Burg is the spanner in the works of ZOG propaganda which is always at pains to emphasizes Jewish exceptionalism under the National Socialist regime, an exceptionalism that is central to ZOG psychological warfare and establishment of the Empire of the City’s empire state of Israel.
There were two nations that the Architects of the New World Order – the global totalitarian state – were at pains to eliminate.  One was Germany; the other was Poland.
Nazi occupation of ‘untermenschen’ nations was brutal.  Czech, Polish, Hungarian nationalists all testify to this.  Modern White IDs and nationalists will never be able to drop this down the memory hole – nor should they ever be permitted to do so.
Under the occupation of the Nazi Reich, nationalists and non-Zionist Jews were brutally repressed and there were mass executions and internment.  The Czech Catholics were brutally repressed with entire villages being executed.  People of these nations might have originally bought into the Nazi propaganda that the Reich was seeking to invade the USSR in force with a view to liberating Russia (and all of Europe) from the threat of what all Europe knew was an expansionist, genocidal totalitarian regime. But when the Wehrmacht actually arrived they would have been quickly disabused of that notion.

 

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