(Jewish Telegraphic Agency) On October 17, 1923 — just three weeks prior to the infamous “Beer Hall Putsch” — the Jewish press ran an article about a “poisonous” prediction that Adolf Hitler, a young upstart politician in Bavaria, had made during a recent interview with an Italian newspaper:
Adolph Hitler is seeking to impregnate Italy with his poison. In an an interview with the Italian Fascisti organ, the “Corriere Italiano”, Hitler predicts a Semitic Empire stretching from Vladivostok to the Rhine “if Jewish Marxism defeats nationalism.”
The Reichsbank, he declares, is in the hands of the international Jewish financiers and all foreign credits fall into the hands of these financiers, bringing no benefit to Germany.”
It’s interesting to note that the Jewish press began taking serious notice of the young “Fascisti” Adolph Hitler in 1923 — as the National Socialists coalesced into a viable — and highly organized — political force to oppose Jewish power in Weimar Germany.
The Jewish press at this time expressed “grave anxiety” over the National Socialists’ stated intent to expel all “foreign” Jews from Bavaria.
Of course, these “foreign” Jews — or “Ostjuden” — were the Ashkenazis — radical agitators from the ghettos of Russia and Eastern Europe — aka “Yiddishland” — who flooded into Germany after World War I and fomented a Judeo-Communist revolution by taking advantage of the economic depression and unrest created by the ruinous Treaty of Versailles — the brainchild of Jewish banking and zionist powers.
As E.J. Dillion observed first-hand at Versailles — and recounted in his 1920 book The Inside Story Of The Peace Conference,
“Of all the collectivities whose interests were furthered at the Conference, the Jews had perhaps the most resourceful and certainly the most influential exponents. There were Jews from Palestine, from Poland, Russia, the Ukraine, Rumania, Greece, Britain, Holland, the Belgium; but the largest and most brilliant contingent was sent by the United States.”
Under these circumstances, it’s no wonder that a young Adolf Hitler could already envision a “Semitic Empire” stretching from the far eastern Soviet Union all the way through Europe to the Rhine — which is exactly what transpired at the end of World War II, when the victorious Allies needlessly handed over all of eastern Europe and half of Germany to the decimated Soviets.
And virtually all of the post-War Soviet bloc countries were led by Jewish or crypto-Jewish communist dictators and apparatchiks.
Had the National Socialists not stood up to the Jewish communists in the wake of World War I and into the 1920s, all of Europe — even west of the Rhine — would have fallen to the bolsheviks.