Saturday, August 22, 2009
The Transfer Agreement
JEWISH FINANCING OF THE NAZI PARTY
In the early 1920’s and early 1930’s, large amounts of money were given to the Nazi party from Jewish banks.
The Bank House Mendelssohn & Company in Amsterdam made two transfers. One for 10 million USD and one for 15 million USD.
Kuhn Loeb & Company in New York (later taken over by Jacob Schiff)
J P Morgan & Company in New York
Samuel & Samuel of London
Royal Dutch Shell sent 10 million Guilders as late as 1937.
Rudolf Rezso Kasztner (1906–1957)
Rudolf Kasztner was born to Jewish parents in Transylvania, a state of Austria which was transferred to Romania. Kasztner studied and became an attorney, journalist and a leader in the Zionist youth movement “Aviva Barissia” and “Ha-lhud ha-Olam.” He moved to Budapest in 1942 and joined a local Palestine Foundation Fund which was a fundraising organization of the World Zionist Organization. He also held the post of Vice chairman of the Hungarian Zionist Federation.
Kasztner was in the top management of the Zionist movement and authorized to negotiate with the German Nazis and make deals with them. He was accepted by Hitler’s regime as Zionist leader representing Hungary. Early in WWII, he had open channels to Henrich Himmler (1900-1945). When Adolf Eichmann (1906-1962) traveled to Budapest in March 1944, he met with Rudolf and worked out some deals after Hungary surrendered to Germany during the war.
In the early days of Hitler’s government, an arrangement had been worked out between Nazis and Zionists to transfer Jews to Palestine in exchange for payment to the German Government. Only a small number of Jews were allowed to escape. Of the 750,000Jews in Hungary, 550,000 were sent to their deaths in German extermination camps.
Kasztner did not work alone. Joel Eugen Brand (1906-1964), a Jew from Transylvania started to work with him in 1943 in rescuing Jewish refugees. Brand received a message from Adolf Eichmann to travel to Turkey and convey the message to the Jewish Agency that Hungarian Jews would be spared and released in exchange for military supplies. A meeting took place with the Jewish agency on June 16, 1944. Brand was arrested by British security forces en route to Palestine and sent to a military detention center in Cairo, Egypt. There he was allowed to meet Moshe Sharrett (1894-1965) the head of the Secret Security Commission of the Jewish Agency and a high official in the Zionist movement. The British Government refused to accept the German offer and the shipment of Hungarian Jews to the death camps began. However, Kasztner was able to negotiate with Neutral nations, and some trucks and other supplies were given to the Germans that resulted in 1,786 Jews being released into Switzerland. Kasztner’s efforts were marginal compared to the 550,000 Hungarian Jews who died in Germany. Many of the Hungarian Jews were kept no more than three miles from the border with Romania and were only guarded by a small group of German soldiers since Germany was losing a lot of manpower to the losses against the Allied forces. There were also very strong underground fighters in Hungary which could have overpowered the German soldiers. Instead of being warned and helped to flee, Kasztner told the imprisoned Jews that there was no danger and that they should just be patient. The Jews trusted their Zionist leadership and sat like cattle outside a slaughterhouse waiting for their deaths.
Later, after WWII, Rudolf Kasztner was given a government position in Israel as member of the Mapai party. In 1953, he was accused by Malkiel Gruenwald of collaborating with the Nazis and being the direct cause of the deaths of Hungarian Jews. The Israeli government took it very seriously and tried to protect Rudolf Kasztner by ordering the Israeli attorney general to file a criminal lawsuit against Gruenwald! On June 22, 1955, the judge found that the case against Rudolf Kasztner had merit and so the Israeli cabinet voted to order the attorney general to appeal it to a higher court. A vote of no confidence was introduced in the Israeli Parliament, and when Zionists refused to support the vote, it caused a cabinet crisis. If the truth of the Holocaust came out, it could bring down the Zionist Movement and threaten the very existence of Israel. Most Jews didn’t know that the Zionists worked with the Nazi’s. If the public were informed about the truth, they would react with horror and outrage. The Supreme Court would have started its hearings in 1958, but the Zionist movement couldn’t take the chance being incriminated if Kasztner testified. As a result, Kasztner was assassinated on March 3, 1957. On January 17, 1958, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of the late Rudolf Kazstner.
The story of Rudolf Kasztner and his collaboration with the Nazis was reported in a book called “Perfidy” by an American born Jew named Ben Hecht (1894-1964). Ben was a staunch supporter of a Jewish state in Palestine at first but in the end he became a strong anti-Zionist. His book is a well-documented expose of the Zionist movement and how the Zionist Leadership worked with the Nazis in the annihilation of their fellow Jews to create such a hostile climate in Europe that Jews had no other option but to immigrate to Palestine.
In 1977 Rabbi Moshe Schonfeld published a book called “The Holocaust Victims.” Schonfeld confirmed the writings of Ben Hecht and wrote that the Zionist leadership was concerned only in the creation of the state of Israel, not with saving Jewish lives. The book had photocopied documents supporting the charges of betrayal against the following three people:
1. Chaim Weizmann (1874-1952), a Zionist Leader and the first President of Israel.
2. Rabbi Stephen Wise (1874-1949), a Hungarian born Jew living in the USA.
3. Yitzhak Grunbaum (1879-1970), a Polish Jew and the chairman of Jewish Agency, a high leader in the Zionistic movement and Minister of Interior of the first Israeli cabinet in 1948
Paul Wallenberg was the Swedish ambassador to Hungary. He arrived shortly after 438,000 Jews were deported from Hungary to their deaths in German extermination camps. He issued Swedish passports to approximately 35,000 Jews and made Adolf Eichmann furious. As the Germans would march Jews in what was known as death marches, Wallenburg and his staff would go to train stations and hand out passports to rescue the Jews from being taken. This upset Rudolf Kasztner and his Zionist teams because the goal of the Swedish team was to transport as many Jews as possible to Sweden as soon as the war was over. This was contrary to the goals of the Zionist leadership who were implementing Herzl’s plan. Any surviving Jews were to be taken to Palestine, not Sweden. Wallenburg succeeded in bringing out more Jews than Rudolf Kazstner ever did. When the Soviet army invaded Hungary in January 1945, Wallenburg was arrested on January 17. He was charged with espionage and murdered. Paul Wallenburg had exposed the cooperation of the Zionist leadership with the Nazis and this was a secret that could not be let out. Therefore, the Communist/Zionist leadership eliminated a noble man who had given his all to save Jewish men, women and children.
When the debate about the Nazis working with the Zionists would not go away, the Jewish Leadership decided that something must be done to put the issue to rest. If the gentile population found out about the dark shadow over the formation of Israel, it could undermine current and future support for the state of Israel that cannot exist without the billions of dollars it receives in aid every year from the United States.
Edwin Black, an American born Jewish writer and journalist was asked in 1978 to investigate and write a history of the events. With a team of more than 10 Jewish experts, the project took five years. The book was named, “The Transfer Agreement,” and it accurately points out a whole list of Jews in the Nazi leadership but the conclusion innocently states that the Zionists who negotiated the transfer agreement could not have anticipated the concentration camps and gas chambers. The book is very well researched but still doesn’t tell the history of the Zionist movement and the ideology of Theodor Herzl. Most importantly, it leaves out Herzl’s words that “if whole branches of Jews must be destroyed, it is worth it, as long as a Jewish state in Palestine is created.”
Edwin Black’s book is a great documentation, but it is sad that he and the Jewish Leadership are not willing to face the facts that the Zionist Leadership was the cause of the Holocaust. It is even more sad to think that the Jewish people suffered tremendously during the Nazi regime caused by their own leadership. They were sacrificed for the cause of establishing a “kingdom” on earth, which has no place for the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. (Matthew 23:13-15) Some day in the future the Jewish people will understand that their Messiah, which their ancestors rejected, was the Son of God. (Zechariah 12:10-14)
In 1964 a book by Dietrich Bronder (German Jew) was published in Germany called, “Before Hitler came.” The book tried to come to grips with why the German Jews turned on their own people and caused so much destruction of innocent people. The answer given in the book states that the driving force behind the Jewish Nazis, was the old dream to have a Messiah who could establish a world rule with the Jews in power. The same ideology as can be seen in John 6:14-15.
The most prominent Gentile and Jewish-Nazi leaders were:
Adolf Hitler: half Jew
Rudolf Hess: Reich Minister; half Jew
Hermann Goring: Head of German Luftwaffe
Gregor and Otto Strasser: brothers and leaders in Nazi party
Joseph Goebbels: Propaganda Minister; Jewish
Alfred Rosenberg: Editor of the official Nazi paper “Volkisher Beobachter;” Reich Minister for Eastern occupied territories; Jewish
Hans Frank: legal council of the Nazi party; Jewish
Heinrich Himmler: Head of Gestapo; commander of the SS; homosexual
Joachim von Ribbenstrop: Foreign Minister
Reinhard Heydrich: Security chief and Second in command of SS; later became the Governor of Bohemia and Moravia; homosexual; Jewish
Admiral Wilhelm Canaris: Chief of German Intelligence; Jewish
Abram Goldberg a.k.a. Julius Streicher: Editor of the weekly Nazi paper “Der Sturmer;” homosexual; Jewish
Adolf Eichman: SS Officer; prosecutor; Jewish
Robert Ley: Ministry of Labor; organized the slave labor camps
Erich von dem Bach-Zelewski: SS General
Odilo Globocnik: SS General
Helmut Schmidt: officer in Luftwaffe
Documents supporting the “exceptions” that Hitler made for German Jews serving in the Nazi party numbered around 1,200. There were 2 Field Marshall’s, 10 Generals, 14 Colonels, 30 Majors and thousands of lower ranking officers and non-commanding officers who received these exceptions.
Taken from "Showdown in Jerusalem" a Digest written by Gert Timmerman