Hitler described Talmud as Jewish Megalomania

henrymakow.com — Aug 22, 2018

dialogue525 years his senior, Dietrich Eckart was Hitler’s mentor and a founder of the Nazi Party, which was secretly funded by the German armyEckart’s biographer, Louis L. Snyder, has argued: “By 1923 Eckart’s connections in Munich, added to Hitler’s oratorical gifts, gave strength and prestige to the fledgling Nazi political movement. Eckart accompanied Hitler at rallies and was at his side in party parades.
While Hitler stirred the masses, Eckart wrote panegyrics to his friend. The two were inseparable. Hitler never forgot his early sponsor… Eckart, he said, was his North Star… He spoke emotionally of his fatherly friend, and there were often tears in his eyes…” Dietrich Eckart died of a heart attack in 1923 at age 59. His book,  Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin: Dialogue Between Hitler and I was published the following year.  In the excerpt below, Hitler appears to understand the meaning of Judaism. Most Jews are not interested in the jeopardy in which Judaism puts them, along with everyone else.  
“And I will set the Egyptians against the Egyptians: and they shall fight every one against his brother and every one against his neighbor; city against city and kingdom against kingdom. And the spirit of Egypt shall fall in the midst thereof, and I will destroy the counsel thereof: and they shall seek to the idols, and to the charmers, and to them that have familiar spirits, and to the wizards.” (Isaiah 19:2-3).
“Lord,” [Hitler] said, “whoever doesn’t become sickened and nauseated upon making a closer acquaintance with the Talmud can put himself on display in a circus sideshow.”
“The local sideshow,” I [Eckart] remarked, “has certain limits on the degree of abnormality it will exhibit. The young student from Tubingen who could gulp down half-a-dozen toads with gusto has been its greatest attraction till now. No one, though, has a stomach capable of digesting even this one passage from the Talmud: “Rabbi Johanan said the penis of Rabbi Ishmael was as large as a six-kab [50] wineskin; according to others, three kabs. The penis of Rabbi Papa was as large as one of the baskets of the inhabitants of Harpania.’ [51] The high-minded competitive zeal of the three old rabbis could knock an unprepared person off his chair.”


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