The Jewish Declaration of War on Nazi Germany: The Economic Boycott

The Jewish Declaration of War on Nazi Germany: The Economic Boycott of 1933. M. Raphael Johnson, Ph.D.

Jewish desires for boycott were blocked by Zionist desires to make the Nazis look good, ultimately for Zionist goals:

In a similar vein, the Jewish newspaper Natscha Retsch wrote:

    The war against Germany will be waged by all Jewish communities, conferences, congresses... by every individual Jew. Thereby the war against Germany will ideologically enliven and promote our interests, which require that Germany be wholly destroyed.
          The danger for us Jews lies in the whole German people, in Germany as a whole as well as individually. It must be rendered harmless for all time.... In this war we Jews have to participate, and this with all the strength and might we have at our disposal.
However, note well that the Zionist Association of Germany put out a telegram on the 26th of
March rejecting many of the allegations made against the National Socialists as "propaganda,"
"mendacious" and "sensational."

Zionists called Jewish desires for global boycotts against Germany wrong because charges against the  National Socialist, the Nazis, were just propaganda and sensationalism.


regardless of the goal of the Zionists, and we know the goal was misguided and not Judaism in the least, for Zionists to defend the Nazis was just disturbing, and should forever be remembered as being disturbing. The Zionists signed the Haavarta agreement with the German government in 1933. This no doubt helped put the idea of getting rid of the Jews into the heads of the German officials. The Zionists did not want to put into the head of the Germans the destruction of the Jews, but they did further the concept of getting rid of the Jews.

So, if the agreement had not been signed, the Zionists would not have pushed the German officials the concept of solving the Jewish Problem. When the agreement could not work because of WW2, the only way to get rid of the Jews was to kill them. I am sure that was not the intention of the Zionists, but they should have never tried to play God, when they were actually crossing the will of God. 

Here is a disturbing truth:

The most glaring example of Nazi-Zionist cooperation was the Haavara Transfer Agreement, whereby emigrating Jews could receive some of their blocked German assets in the form of German imports to the Middle East. This agreement continued with minor alteration from 1933 until December 1939. There were other examples of cooperation. Within Germany, the authorities favored Zionist Jewish organizations as opposed to the assimilationist Jewish groups: Zionists could publish, propagandize, wear uniforms, and display the blue and white flag which one day would be that of Israel (but Jews in Germany could not display the German flag). Zionists conducted retraining schools throughout Germany so Jews could learn the skills necessary for resettlement in Palestine. While most Jews had difficulty getting passports to enter Germany, Zionists working with the retraining centers were given priority. German Zionists were encouraged to attend World Zionist Congresses and did so throughout the 1930s.  Apparently, the Gestapo even gave weapons to the Hagana in 1937 for use against the Arabs in Palestine.


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