Germany and Israel: Whitewashing and Statebuilding, by Daniel Marwecki. 2020. Hurst & Company, London
Reviewer: Jan Peczkis
The New Germany Paid Reparations to Jews Out of a Nazi-Like Fear of the WELTJUDENTUM (World Jewry). Polish Victims Shafted
This book focuses on the new Germany that emerged after WWII, and how Germany came to be completely entangled with the Jews. I focus on relevant issues.
WORLD JEWRY DROVE GERMAN REPENTANCE POLITICS FROM THE BEGINNING
Fritz Schaffer advised Adenauer on the reparations to Jews that became the Luxembourg Agreement, “It was also not beyond him to chafe at what he saw as ‘the overblown expectations of the WELTJUDENTUM’ (Bundestag 26 February 1952). While the term WELTJUDENTUM literally translate as ‘world Jewry’, it is part of the German anti-Semitic vocabulary and alludes to the idea of a Jewish global conspiracy.” (p. 30).
The latter part of Marwecki’s statement is nonsense. One does not have to believe in conspiracy theories or shadow governments in order to appreciate the fact and the magnitude of international Jewish influence.
Adenauer’s realization of international Jewish influence was not unique to him. The term WELTJUDENTUM also came up in other discussions involving West German officials. (p. 132).
Konrad Adenauer himself directly alluded to Jewish power as a major motive behind the German reparations to Israel. Reflecting after retirement, Adenauer frankly said, “‘Furthermore, the power of the Jews even today, especially in America, should not be underestimated. (Adenauer 1965).’” (p. 15). So there you have it, straight from the horse’s mouth.
Clearly, the German “repentance” and restitution payments are no moral credit to Germany. They took place because Germany was afraid of the vengeful power of the Jews.
Ever since the early postwar years, the Jews have completed dominated German thinking in terms of “repentance” for Nazism. Non-Jewish victims of the Third Reich were pushed aside. See:
NEW GERMANY: HOLOCAUST SUPREMACY WAS GRADUALLY IMPOSED UPON GERMAN THINKING
There was nothing natural or inevitable about the Germans (and, for that matter, the rest of the world) arriving at the notion that Nazi crimes had been especially directed at Jews. Such ideas grew out of persistent Jewish influence. Call it propaganda if you wish.
Marwecki makes this clear, “It is questionable, however, whether the postwar West German move of focusing on the Jewish victims was motivated by considerations of the specificity of the Jewish genocide. A hierarchical view of criminality wherein the Shoah was the most evil of Nazi crimes was not prevalent in German postwar society at the time. According to survey data, in December 1951, only 5 percent of Germans admitted to feeling guilt towards Jews.” (p. 23. Emphasis added).
So here we are again. There is indeed a victim hierarchy in existence, and Jews at the apex of this hierarchy. And Nazi German crimes against Poles cannot possibly be as evil as Nazi German crimes against the Jews.
NEW GERMANY: POLISH VICTIMS HAVE RECEIVED VERY LITTLE GERMAN COMPENSATION
In contrast to the Jews, the other victimized peoples never had to political power to scare Germany into doing justice for them. Let us elaborate.
The author contrasts the Holocaust with, “…the paucity of acknowledgement, reparations and restitution for other European genocides…” (p. 22). Holocaust supremacism is as obvious as a dead mackerel on a moonlit night.
Author Marwecki then lays all the cards on the table, “The majority of Germany’s victims have, of course, not seen any forms of compensation…’Forced laborers’–a euphemism for the millions of mostly Eastern European slaves utilized in the German war industry–received only limited compensation in 2000, when few were still alive to claim them. Meanwhile, the list of uncompensated victims includes the million Polish and Soviet victims of the VERNICHTUNGSKRIEG (‘war of annihilation’), as well as victims of the war elsewhere.” (p. 21. Emphasis added).
For details on the German preoccupation with Jewish victims and the lack of German justice to Polish victims, see:
NEW GERMANY: DETAILS ON THE DEEP GERMAN-JEWISH SYMBIOSIS. POLAND SHAFTED
The Germans and Jews were locked together in a profound co-dependency. The Germans depended upon the Jews to keep forgiving them for the Holocaust and to thereby legitimize the new German nation. The Jews, in turn, depended upon the Germans to keep afloat the new State of Israel. Marwecki writes:
“Until 1965, the FRG [West Germany] was the only country among the western powers to extend to Israel all three forms of support: economic, financial, and military. The Reparations Agreement of 1952 was a crucial contribution to Israel’s economic modernization.” (p. 221).
“Among other things, this book shows that prior to the decisive Arab-Israeli War of 1967, it was not the United States but West Germany which was the most important supporter of the newly-found Jewish state in the Middle East.” (p. 7).
In few of these facts, how could Jews not be forgiving to the Germans? The Jews have to blame somebody, so why not blame Christians and Poles for the Holocaust?
NEW GERMANY: GERMANS ARE SICK AND TIRED OF BEING REMINDED OF THE HOLOCAUST
Marwecki writes, “”For example, one well-regarded, large-scale study from 2014 found that 66 percent of Germans feel angry at ‘still being reminded of the German crimes against the Jews’…” (p. 9).
Now, if Germans no longer want to be reminded 24/7 about the Jews, and about how the Germans still owe them, how much less likely that they will ever acknowledge and pay the Polish victims of the Third Reich!