Were you aware for example, that as late as 1943, three and a half years into the second world war and a full eleven years after Adolf Hitler first rose to power, there were still 10,000 Jews living openly and freely in Berlin, many married to German women?
Such details clearly demolish the allied propaganda, and so they have been hidden away from inquisitive eyes.
It is also interesting to note that whilst living in Hitler’s Berlin, large numbers of Jews were allowed to go about their business unhindered.
However, had they been of Japanese descent and living in the United States, or Italians living in the UK, all would have been rounded up; men, women and children; orphans and the offspring of mixed marriages, and confined to concentration camps or deported as ‘enemy aliens’.
Clearly it was healthier to be a Jew in Berlin, 1943 than it was to be the unfortunate product of a Japanese-American marriage!
The question that could also be asked, should be: “If Hitler’s real intention was to exterminate the Jews, why then had he given them every assistance to emigrate throughout his tenure?”
I have found no reliable and truthful evidence that satisfactorily explains, that years after the pogroms began, some 120,000 Jews had every opportunity and assistance to leave the country, and had in fact, refused to do so.
It is a matter of public record, that by 1939, 400,000 resident Jews in Germany had received every assistance, compensation and training to re-settle elsewhere… the island of Madagascar being the initial destination set aside for the purpose.
This was all done in the open and with the full agreement of Jewish organisations.
Other countries had a program of assisted emigration, not just for Jews, but for their own nationals too.
The French for example, long before the outbreak of war, was planning the emigration of 10,000 Jews.
Emigration was a normal means of population dispersal, and was practiced by most countries of which it can safely be said that Britain led from the front.
It is important to remember that at this time and for a long time afterwards, the great shipping companies of the world were making enormous profits from the government-subsidized emigration of British nationals to the United States and the Dominions.
These included 130,000 British children, many of them without parents, even newborn babies!
They were taken from orphanages and care wards and against their wishes and often without the knowledge of parents, where they had them, forced to leave their homeland and often settled in institutions where they were to suffer every kind of abuse and deprivation.
Many were lied to and told that they had no parents; often split from their brothers and sisters.
This forced expulsion of our country’s children, and including some adults too, is a shameful stain on history and it even raises the question that the Third Reich’s policy of re-settlement was a great deal more enlightened than was Britain’s.
This enforced re-settlement of children without parents, unbelievably continued until 1967 and is still cloaked in a veil of secrecy to this day.
It is also useful to take some time, and to reflect that whilst the British government of the time, using a combination of deception and financial inducements, (£10 assisted passages to Australia) were draining orphanages of unwanted British children, they were simultaneously assisting the colonisation of Britain by West Indians and others from far-flung territories.