Circumstances of Anti-German boycott?

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Circumstances of Anti-German boycott?

Postby Tommo » 4 months 3 weeks ago (Wed May 31, 2017 4:50 am)

The basis given by Jewish-allied mainstream sources for the Anti-German boycott is obviously a lie.

From what I can ascertain is that it was simply a more or less immediate reaction to the Nazi rise to power coinciding a mere couple weeks after Hitler's rise to power.

That in itself would be understandable with respect to the obvious anti-Jewish stance the party embodied (which was entirely justified to be sure)

What I want to know however, is this... Did the Nazi government immediately begin to remove the Jew's from power? As in financial, political, media, academia, law??? Did this have something to do with the boycott as well?

I find no credible mention of it in either revisionist or Jewish media.

Again, I find their removal justified, I just want to know the specifics of this deliberately shaded chronology of boycott and persecutions.


What are you angry about? By proving the gas chambers a lie, I just knocked off half the holocaust and SAVED 3 million Jew's for you!

I just saved more Jew's than Oskar Schindler allegedly ever did! :lol:

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Re: Circumstances of Anti-German boycott?

Postby Mortimer » 4 months 1 week ago (Sat Jun 10, 2017 7:08 am)

With the chronology of actions in regards to the anti German boycott it was the international Jewish groups that organised first. They began the boycott before there was any anti Jewish legislation in Germany. They even went so far as to call it a declaration of war -
http://www.wintersonnenwende.com/script ... ecwar.html

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Re: Circumstances of Anti-German boycott?

Postby Hektor » 3 months 2 weeks ago (Thu Jul 06, 2017 4:13 am)

Mortimer wrote:With the chronology of actions in regards to the anti German boycott it was the international Jewish groups that organised first. They began the boycott before there was any anti Jewish legislation in Germany. They even went so far as to call it a declaration of war -
http://www.wintersonnenwende.com/script ... ecwar.html



Here is a British view on treatment of Jews when Hitler came to power in 1933:
https://archive.org/details/AllegedPers ... dApril1933

It's a report by a diplomat essentially targeting to inform British politicians and bureaucrats on what was going on in Germany and why. Sure, the man got his biases, but it's certainly more objective than the newspaper reports at the time.

Jews were removed from public positions of political and/or cultural influence. Apparently them being Jewish wasn't the only reason.


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