henrymakow.com — April
Rabbi Joachim Prinz (1902-1988) was a Zionist activist on a first-name basis with the Zionist elite.
His memoirs reveal some surprising details behind the Zionist rise to world power.
by Henry Makow Ph.D.
Zionist insider, Rabbi Joachim Prince, adds credence to our view that World War Two was a charade run by the central banking cartel to kill millions of goyim, destroy Germany and establish Israel. He writes:
“The negotiations with the German government for reparations to be paid to the Jewish people began with the fantastic discovery in London that defeated Germany possessed more gold in the Bank of England than did England, the victor.” (p.254)
Hello? How did Nazi gold end up in the Bank of England? The central banking cartel financed both sides of the war.
Rabbi Prinz concludes that this gold was all stolen from Jews when in fact, much was stolen from the national banks of Austria, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Belgium, Holland, and Denmark. “This discovery led to the logical conclusion that the Germans who had robbed the Jews of everything they possessed would have to indemnify the Jewish people collectively and the Jewish Nazi victims individually.” (255)
The Rothschild-owned Bank of England determined that Germany would pay the Zionists $12 million a year, (this amount increased substantially) and every Jewish victim got reparations for the rest of his life. “This arrangement has cost the German government $5 billion so far [this was 1977]...It can be said without exaggeration that without this system neither Israel nor Jewish life in the world could have existed.” (255)
At first, there was a refusal to accept this blood money. “But the opposition quieted down as soon as they realized how much they would benefit from this plan. Indeed the lives of tens of thousands of people have been changed and made secure by virtue of the fact that they received large sums of money from the German government.”
German government is a misstatement. Zionist Occupation Government is more accurate.
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