Anne Frank Was A Refugee Who Was Denied Entrance To The United States

Think twice before you call for closed borders.
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    In a response to Friday’s horrific terror attacks in Paris, twenty-six governors have taken steps to deny the relocation of Syrian refugees into their states. Chris Christie went as far as saying that Syrian “orphans under age 5” don’t belong here, while Jeb Bush and Ted Cruz have both suggested we admit refugees based on religion.

    The logic here is equal parts dumb and dangerous, for reasons almost (almost!) too obvious to merit a response—working backward, there’s the founding principles of our nation, the basic precepts of human decency, and the fact that state governors don’t actually have the power to dictate immigration policy.

    But along with these (apparently ignorable) realities, we should remember another refugee who was turned away by a fearful and prejudiced public: Anne Frank. According to documents discovered in 2012, Anne’s father wrote numerous letters to U.S. officials pleading for permission to immigrate with his family. Most of these were written between April and December of 1941, in the months following the Nazi’s occupation of the Netherlands, where the Frank family had been exiled.



    At the end of 1941, after the family’s pleas were ignored, the Franks would go into hiding for two years, until they were eventually discovered and sent to Auschwitz. In 1945, Anne and her sister Margot died of typhus in the Bergen-Belsen concentration camps.

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    Though most people are familiar with the tragic story of this brilliant young girl, few seem to consider why the United States had closed its doors to her family and so many others. As fear, ignorance, and political will combine to shape the national mood toward refugees, it’s well worth taking another look.

    Following World War I, Congress passed the Immigration Restriction Act of 1924, which set up a quota system that discouraged the immigration of Jews, Italians and other “undesirables.” For anyone following the GOP primaries, the rhetoric here will ring familiar: Harry Laughlin, superintendent of the Eugenics Record Office, told Congress that new immigrants were polluting the country’s bloodline with “feeblemindedness, insanity, criminality, and dependency.”

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    Despite the existence of this harsh, racist quota, things managed to get worse in the years leading up to World War II. At the behest of American consular officials and the Assistant Secretary of State, a bureaucratic maze was constructed to ensure that even the meager quota remain unreached. The political “paper wall” was bolstered by the public, as anti-semitism spread throughout the United States along with the fear that the Jews had been infiltrated by Hitler’s spies. Between 1941 and 1945—the height of the Nazi regime’s systematic killing—90% of the available spots were unused, translating to nearly 190,000 lives that went unsaved.

    Anne Frank represents but one of these precious lives, yet the humanity preserved in her famous diary forces us to remember the beloved figure not as an unnamed statistic but as a living, breathing person. In the wake of Friday’s attacks, as we seek to strike a balance between security and compassion, we should also strive to see the Syrian refugees in the same light, to bear in mind the unforgivable consequences of casting a fellow human as “undesirable.”

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    • zeb doz

      screw the Palestinians , screw the Jews we need to worry about things in this country period!

    • Laurie

      The jews were not terrorist please don’t compare it’s a disgrace it’s not the same thing Jews helped America this article should be banned

      • TecumsehUnfaced

        You make bigots look bad.

        • Laurie

          What does that mean

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            You also make bigots look stupid.

      • TeeJae

        If by “helped America” you mean sending it into an economic tailspin. Who do you think owns the big banks and corporations (aka, the REAL powers-that-be)?

        • Laurie

          the Jews help in many ways banks, clothes factories, they are great tailors, doctors, lawyers, many things and they did not come here to kill Americans lets get that straight.

        • Laurie

          The problem there are plenty of good Muslims but how do you know which are good and which are ISIS you don’t know so better not to risk it but the whole thing is very sad

          • Simiansez

            Laurie, there are plenty of good Americans as well, but how do you know which are good and which are not?
            Should we begin a purge of even our own if they are innocent of crime yet may be judged to be inclined or capable of committing them?
            It’s a huge ethical question…a snake biting it’s own tail.

            • Laurie

              That’s the whole point we have enough problems with crime and killing we cant keep a handle on what we have so do we need to bring in more.

              • Simiansez

                When anyone finds a way to eliminate “evil” entirely through isolation and seperatism, they will be heralded as a savior.
                Unfortunately, it hasn’t happened at any time I can think of in history (ancient or present) and I seriously doubt it will happen by returning people people seeking refuge to those very lands we have helped make inhabitable for civilized life.

                • Laurie

                  people need to stay in their own freaking countries if people would stay home none of this would happen and the Native Americans would be alive today.

                  • Simiansez

                    That’s an easy stand to take after we’ve already taken over a country. Several when you come to think about it.

                    • Laurie

                      I agree on that this world is no good anymore it’s broken the damage has been done.

                      • Simiansez

                        On a positive note, we naked apes are resilient.
                        Of course we may not get to see things turn around in our short life time, but change is pervasive and inevitable.
                        Hang in there and teach the children well. I’ll try to do my best at that too.

                      • Laurie

                        were was your family from

                      • Simiansez

                        LOL! That would be like asking John Snow what his roots are.
                        The best I’ve been able to track down is mostly Eastern Europe with a lot of raping and pillaging by the early Scots, English And Irish.
                        Could have produced me in a blender! : )

                      • Laurie

                        Yes the Scots were good at that see that’s the problem is mix breeding you don’t know who you are but being those three things is pretty close because much of the Irish came from Scotland anyway at one time they were all from the clans worked their way into other parts like say the Murry clan started in Scotland and worked their way into Ireland now there are many of them

                • Laurie

                  People have to fight their own wars they cant keep running if they do they’ll lose their country and just bring the problems to other countries their problems follow them do you understand they need help there to wipe out bad leaders.

                  • Simiansez

                    “People have to fight their own wars…”
                    That was never our philosophy when we relied on the Hessian and the French to wage our war with our original “motherland”!! And obviously, that’s not the way we have handled international struggles and sovereignty since WWII…including Afghanistan, Iraq, Libya, Kurdistan, Yemen, Syria, Iran…

                    “…they need help there to wipe out bad leaders.”
                    You do realize how contradictory your post appears, don’t you?

                    • Laurie

                      The middle east has been fighting since time began they’re always going to fight in-fact they like to fight, haven’t you figured that out yet some people just like to fight..
                      The Irish love to fight too give them some good old whiskey and watch them fight so let them have at each other..
                      The Spanish love to conquer, the Aztecs love to decapitate people it’s never going to change it’s always been that way…

                      • Simiansez

                        Aye.
                        I sport a bit o’ the blarney myself.
                        Well, nobody’s perfect, y’know.

                      • Laurie

                        Aye, LOL.

                      • Laurie

                        A lot of the problems in this world is that people don’t understand each others culture-“the way people are by birth- most people like to live the way their raised and that’s fine really it’s the way it should be I would love to see india I love curry !! but I would not love to live there I believe in my heart that god wanted it that way I like the African people but when we brought them here they aren’t happy that’s why they get so violent I don’t think they realize that we took them from their culture and they never settled right their kind of lost I think, really

                      • Simiansez

                        You have to make (at least) a few allowances for any people that were treated like a disposable commodity and lied to for over a hundred years.
                        C’mon…really now. Wouldn’t you be angry and unhappy? Wouldn’t anyone?
                        And still…things will balance out eventually. They have since time began in one way or another.

                      • Laurie

                        I think what will happen is mix breeding will wipe out cultures and no one will no what they are anymore and a new era will start in-fact is already started I am not a big fan of the bible but one thing I think is true is that people will become yellow one color

                      • Laurie

                        Yes of course anyone pulled from their people and land would be unhappy then thrown into slavery we should of never did that.

                      • Simiansez

                        We’re together on that thought.
                        And now those of similar mind can but wait for those who can’t or choose to not comprehend it to come grindingly slow to similar conclusions.
                        But as I stated, these things unfortunately take time and unfortunately more time than a single life time and often generations to bear that sort of fruit.
                        As such perseverance on everyone’s part, if not compliance is required until then.
                        As a culture and a species (I’m afraid) in great numbers, we have lost those humane talents or have never fully developed them.

    • lynne karabinas

      I find it offensive to compare the Jews seeking asylum from the Nazis, who were denied entrance only because they were Jews, to the present day refugees. There was no chance that any of the Jews were terrorists.

      • TecumsehUnfaced

        You are much more offensive in your vicious attacks on those made refugees by the thug proxies for the outside governments supporting them.

      • Spruce Warrior

        And just how likely is a five year old Syrian girl.

        • Laurie

          That is not the problem the problem their are plenty of nice Muslims but you just don’t know who your getting infact we have less muslim crime than black and Mexican crime but they got into paris through Greece we just don’t know who’s coming that’s the problem

      • TeeJae

        Jews weren’t denied entrance “only because they were Jews.” As the article states, they were denied also out of (manufactured) fear that Hitler’s spies were among them. Back in those days, Nazis were the terrorists.

    • Jeff Morse

      Anne Frank wasn’t a Muslim. The Jews of WWII weren’t waging a war nor committing terrorist acts that were killing thousands in countries all around the world. The Jewish religion doesn’t call for Jihad and doesn’t have a convert or die attitude towards “Goyim”. Huge difference with the easily radicalized Muslims of the 21st Century.

      • TecumsehUnfaced

        The Zionists were Jewish terrorists of the most evil stripe. Should we judge all Jews by the vast flood of atrocities poured upon the people of Palestine by the savage European Zionist invaders?

        • Laurie

          Your an idiot they are not terrorist where do you get your knowledge out of a cracker jack box

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            You must be very ignorant or morally destitute. Driving 3/4 million by murder and fear off their ancestral lands isn’t terror? Then driving another 1/4 million of their land by the same evil methods less than 20 years later isn’t terror? That seems to be conculsive confirmation that the Zionists are terrorists of the most evil stripe.

            Here’s a tiny bit of the documentation freely available on the Internet.

            http://consortiumnews.com/2014/08/11/the-battle-for-palestine/
            http://consortiumnews.com/2014/10/23/the-battle-for-palestine-part-two/
            http://consortiumnews.com/2014/10/24/the-battle-for-palestine-part-three/

            by William R. Polk (https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/William_R._Polk ), who taught Middle Eastern history and politics at Harvard

            • Laurie

              Who cares do you get it.. we have been driven out too. no one cares… And my home called Israel is getting strong thank God

              • TecumsehUnfaced

                Hitler thought he was doing pretty well in August of 1941, just like you ZioNazi abusers of the indigenous people think you are doing right now. Unfortunately for your criminals, the world is waking up.

                • Laurie

                  Do you think the way the Jews have been killed is right and fair?

                  • TecumsehUnfaced

                    Which Jews?

                    The savage European invaders and brutal occupiers of Palestine?

                    Or some others?

                    • Laurie

                      Which Jews the 8 million killed in Germany, the 2 million killed in Ukraine , the millions killed in Poland was that fair

                      • TecumsehUnfaced

                        So how does any of that to whatever extent it may be true, justify the vast crimes you ZioNazis perpetrated upon the Palestinians who never did you any harm until they had to defend themselves against the savage attacks of your unprincipled thugs?

                      • Laurie

                        Do you understand that the land was Israel in the BC until the muslims killed and pushed them out do you realize most people then were Jews and we were slaughtered it is just because that was are land Shmuck and we took it back after all these years we took it back we have home now, we are finally home Palestine is our cousins and they should share with us being our cousin but know there freaking greedy to if they would share we could all get along and have some peace and maybe be happy like cousins should be.

                      • TecumsehUnfaced

                        No, I don’t understand your made-up history except as an illustration that you are ignorantly peddling nonsense.

                      • Laurie

                        I sent you plenty of information don’t you know how to read? by the way where was your family from?

                      • TecumsehUnfaced

                        Yes, I know how to read. Do you know how to think other than like a ZioNazi thug invader of other people’s homes.

                        Why does where I’m from relate at all to the dreadful ZioNazi crimes against humanity? I suppose you are so morally debased as to declare that I must be Arab or Palestinian to be against crimes like those of the Nazis.

                      • Laurie

                        Knowledge is wisdom so learn Jews have always been there shmuck before Israel became independent the Jews were there…

                        Prior to dismemberment of the Ottoman Empire, the population of the area comprising modern Israel, the West Bank, and Gaza Strip was not exclusively Muslim. Under the Empire’s rule in the mid-16th century, there were no more than 10,000 Jews in Palestine,[2] making up around 5% of the population. By the mid-19th century, Turkish sources recorded that 80% of the 600,000-strong population was identified as Muslim, 10% as Christian Arab and 5-7% as Jewish.[3]

                        The situation of the Jewish community in Palestine was more complicated than in neighbouring Arab countries.[4] Whereas in Yemen, Iraq, Syria and Lebanon, communities were largely homogeneous in ethnic and confessional terms, in Palestine in the 19th century, Jewish pilgrims and European Christian colonial projects attracted large numbers of Ashkenazi immigrants from Eastern Europe and Sephardic groups from Bulgaria, Turkey and North Africa.[4] The Jews of Palestine were not exclusively of Iberian origins, and included substantial Yiddish speaking communities who had established themselves in Palestine centuries earlier.[4]

                        Workers in “Kerem Avraham” neighborhood, Jerusalem, 1885.

                        Jews in ‘Ben Zakai’ house of prayer, Jerusalem, 1893.

                        Jews of Jerusalem, 1895.

                        Jews of Peki’in, c. 1930

                        Towards the end of the Ottoman era in Palestine, native Jewish communities lived primarily in the four ‘holy cities’ of Safed, Tiberias, Hebron and Jerusalem.[4] The Jewish population consisted of Ashkenazim (Judeo-German speakers) and Sephardim, the latter of which could be further subdivided as Sephardim proper (Judeo-Spanish speakers) and Maghrebim (North African Arabic speakers) or Mizrahim (Middle Eastern Jews, comparable to the Arabic term “Mashriqiyyun”, or Easterners). The majority of Jews in the four holy cities, with the exception of Jerusalem, were Arabic and Judaeo-Spanish speakers.[4] The dominant language among Jews in Jerusalem was Yiddish, due to the large migration of pious Ashkenazi Jews from Russia and Eastern Europe. Still, in 1882, there were 7,620 Sephardim in Jerusalem, of whom 1,290 were Maghrebim, from the Maghreb or North Africa. Natives of the city, they were Turkish subjects, and fluent in Arabic.[4] Arabic also served as the lingua franca between the Sephradim/Mizrahim/Maghrebim and Ashkenazim and their non-Jewish Arab counterparts in mixed cities like Safed and Hebron.[4]

                        In the narrative works of Arabs in Palestine in the late Ottoman period, as evidenced in the autobiographies and diaries of Khalil al-Sakakini and Wasif Jawhariyyeh, “native” Jews were often referred to and described as abnaa al-balad (sons of the country), ‘compatriots’, or Yahud awlad Arab (Jews, sons of Arabs).[4] When the First Palestinian Congress of February 1919 issued its anti-Zionist manifesto rejecting Zionist immigration, it extended a welcome to those Jews “among us who have been Arabicized, who have been living in our province since before the war; they are as we are, and their loyalties are our own.”[4]

                        Reference to European Jews as “Palestinians” prior to 1948[edit]

                        European Jews were commonly considered an “Oriental” people in many of their host countries, usually as reference to their ancestral origins in the Middle East. A prominent example of this is Immanuel Kant, an (18th-century Prussian philosopher) who referred to European Jews as “Palestinians living among us.”[5]

                        Naming of “Israel” in Arabic[edit]

                        Official documents released in April 2013 by the State Archive of Israel show that days before the establishment of the State of Israel in May 1948, Jewish officials were still debating about what the new country would be called in Arabic: Palestine (Filastin), Zion (Sayoun) or Israel (Eesra’il). Two assumptions were made: “That an Arab state was about to be established alongside the Jewish one in keeping with the UN’s partition resolution the year before, and that the Jewish state would include a large Arab minority whose feelings needed to be taken into account”. In the end, the officials rejected the name Palestine because they thought that would be the name of the new Arab state and could cause confusion so they opted for the most straightforward option: Israel. [6]

                        Dispute over usage of the term “Palestinian Jew”[edit]

                        See also: Definitions of Palestinian

                        PLO usage[edit]

                        The Palestinian National Charter, as amended by the PLO’s Palestinian National Council in July 1968, defined “Palestinians” as “those Arab nationals who, until 1947, normally resided in Palestine regardless of whether they were evicted from it or stayed there. Anyone born, after that date, of a Palestinian father—whether in Palestine or outside it—is also a Palestinian.”[7] Additionally, “the Jews who had normally resided in Palestine until the beginning of the creation of Israel in 1948 are considered Palestinians.”[7]

                        Israeli usage[edit]

                        Jacob Meir (Born in 1856 in Jerusalem), the first Sephardic Chief Rabbi appointed in Mandatory Palestine, preferred not to use the term “Palestinian Jew” due to his Zionist affiliations. He spoke fluent Hebrew and encouraged the construction of new Jewish quarters of Jerusalem as well as the re-establishment of an Independent Israeli Jewish State. [8]

                        Ben-Zion Meir Hai Uziel (Born in 1880 in Jerusalem), was the Sephardi chief rabbi of Mandatory Palestine from 1939 to 1948, and of Israel from 1948 to 1954. He served as a Mizrahi delegate to the Zionist Congress from 1925-46. As a religious Zionist, he strongly believed in the redemption of Israel and bringing the Jewish exiles back to the land to create a religious Jewish state of Israel. As a strong supporter of Israeli nationalism, in his writing The Redemption of Israel he wrote: “We all desire that the in gathering of the exiles should take place from all areas where they have been scattered; and that our holy language will be upon our lips and upon the lips of our children, in building the Land and its flowering through the hands and work of Israel; and we will all strive to see the flag of freedom and redemption waving in glory and strength upon the walls of Jerusalem.”[9]

                        Mordechai Eliyahu (Born in Jerusalem March 3, 1929 – June 7, 2010) was a prominent rabbi, posek and spiritual leader. He served as the Sephardi Chief Rabbi of Israel from 1983 to 1993. Because Eliyahu was one of the spiritual leaders of the Religious Zionist movement he refused to use the term “Palestinian” and believed all Jews should refrain from using the term. He was an outspoken opponent of the Gaza Disengagement of 2005 and supported Jewish settlements in Gaza and the West Bank (Judea and Samaria). He was considered somewhat controversial for his decades-long support of what some characterize as the radical right of the Religious Zionist movement. Eliyahu was a friend of Rabbi Meir Kahane and his family.[10]

                        Uri Davis, an Israeli citizen, academic, activist and observer-member in the Palestinian National Council living in the Arab town of Sakhnin, identifies himself as an “anti-Zionist Palestinian Hebrew”. Davis explains, “I don’t describe myself as a Palestinian Hebrew, but I actually happen to be a Palestinian Hebrew, I was born in Jerusalem in 1943 in a country called Palestine and the title of my birth certificate is ‘Government of Palestine’. That is neither here nor there, though. It is significant only in a political context in which I am situated, and the political context that is relevant to my work, my advocacy of a critique of Zionism. I’m an anti-Zionist.”[11] He has since converted to Islam in 2008 to marry a Palestinian Muslim woman Miyassar Abu Ali whom he met in 2006.[12][13] Since then he does no longer consider himself Jewish.

                        Tali Fahima, an Israeli pro-Palestinian activist, describes her nationality as Palestinian. Fahima was born in Kiryat Gat, a development town in the south of Israel, to a family of Algerian Jewish origin. Fahima lives in the Arab village Ar’ara in northern Israel, and works as a Hebrew teacher. In June 2010, it was reported that she converted to Islam at a mosque in Umm al-Fahm.

                        The actor, director and activist Juliano Mer-Khamis, the son of an Israeli Jewish mother and a Palestinian father, described himself in a 2009 interview with Israel Army Radio as “100 percent Palestinian Arab and 100 percent Jewish”.[14]

                        See also[edit]

                      • TecumsehUnfaced

                        You are stupid. A prolonged yammer does not destroy the facts of science. The Palestinians were in Palestine for far longer than tany bloodthirsty thugs calling themselves, “Jews”, including the last two thousand years weren’t the invading European ZioNazi thugs certainly weren’t there, if ever.

                • Laurie

                  Waking up to what we have already been getting killed for centuries do you remember when we were killed and thrown out of Egypt many that killed us were palistine do you remember?

                  • TecumsehUnfaced

                    Wow! No wonder you are so confused! You still believe that silly old myth.

                    • Laurie

                      What I know is that you’re a Jew hater I see it loud and clear.

                      • TecumsehUnfaced

                        Ha! Now the anti-Semitism charge comes out! If I’m Jewish, I’m a “self-hating” Jew, right?

                      • Laurie

                        The region was among the earliest in the world to see human habitation, agricultural communities and civilization. During the Bronze Age, independent Canaanite city-states were established, and were influenced by the surrounding civilizations of ancient Egypt, Mesopotamia, Phoenicia, Minoan Crete, and Syria. During 1550–1400 BCE, the Canaanite cities became vassals to the Egyptian New Kingdom who held power until the 1178 BCE Battle of Djahy (Canaan) during the wider Bronze Age collapse. Modern archaeologists dispute parts of the Biblical tradition, the latest thinking being that the Israelites emerged from a dramatic social transformation that took place in the people of the central hill country of Canaan around 1200 BCE, with no signs of violent invasion or even of peaceful infiltration of a clearly defined ethnic group from elsewhere.[3] The Philistines, part of Sea Peoples of Southern Europe, arrived and mingled with the local population, and according to Biblical tradition, the United Kingdom of Israel was established in 1020 BCE and split within a century to form the northern Kingdom of Israel, and the southern Kingdom of Judah. The region became part of the Neo-Assyrian Empire from c. 740 BCE, which was itself replaced by the Neo-Babylonian Empire in c. 627 BCE. A war with Egypt culminated in 586 BCE when Jerusalem was destroyed by the Babylonian king Nebuchadnezzar II and the local leaders were deported to Babylonia, only to be allowed to return under the Achaemenid Empire.

                        In the 330s BCE, Alexander the Great conquered the area now called Palestine, and the region changed hands numerous times during the wars of the Diadochi, ultimately joining the Seleucid Empire between 219 and 200 BCE. In 116 BCE, a Seleucid civil war resulted in the independence of certain regions including the minor Hasmonean principality in the Judean Mountains. From 110 BCE, the Hasmoneans extended their authority over much of the area, creating a Judean–Samaritan–Idumaean–Ituraean–Galilean alliance.[4] The Judean (Jewish, see Ioudaioi) control over the wider region resulted in it also becoming known as Judaea, a term that had previously only referred to the smaller region of the Judean Mountains. During 73–63 BCE, the Roman Republic extended its influence into the region in the Third Mithridatic War, conquering Judea in 63 BCE, and splitting the former Hasmonean Kingdom into five districts. In 70 CE, Titus sacked Jerusalem, resulting in the dispersal of the city’s Jews and Christians to Yavne and Pella. In 132 CE, Hadrian joined the province of Judaea with Galilee to form a new province and renamed it Syria Palaestina, and Jerusalem was renamed “Aelia Capitolina”. During 259–272, the region fell under the rule of Odaenathus as King of the Palmyrene Empire. Following the victory of Christian emperor Constantine in the Civil Wars of the Tetrarchy (306–324), the Christianization of the Roman Empire began, and in 326, Constantine’s mother Saint Helena visited Jerusalem and began the construction of churches and shrines. Palestine became a center of Christianity, attracting numerous monks and religious

                      • TecumsehUnfaced

                        Like a typical Zionist disinformation troll, you resort to the prolonged irrelevant yammer to hide the fact that you have no case for the savage invasion, ethnic cleansing, and brutal occupation of the indigenes of Palestine confirmed by science to have been living there well over twn thousand years.

                      • Laurie

                        Yes and how long were the Jews there 1020 BC that was Israel where did you study

                      • TecumsehUnfaced

                        You are stupid. I already told you to look up the genetic research that showed that the Palestinians were there for over ten thousand years. Your European ZioNazi thug invaders definitely weren’t there for the last two thousand years, if ever.

                        Pushing a false claim for land belonging to another people for two thousand years is absurd. There are no other people morally and intellectually imbecilic enought to push such a ridiculous absurdity.

        • Laurie

          It is because of Zionist that we have Israel today they are not Evil they fight for Israel and the Jewish people

          • TecumsehUnfaced

            The Nazis didn’t think they were evil, when they were executing Jews. They thought they were fighting for Germany. You are exactly the same. Are you claiming that the Nazis were not evil?

            • Laurie

              First of all I am an American Jew I didn’t kill anybody second idiot I can see how really ignorant you are now Hitler did not kill for land Moron he wanted only the white race to kill all the people that weren’t pure white WoW !!! you’re dumb The Jews tried to claim land that really was theirs in the BC

              • TecumsehUnfaced

                You support vicious ZioNazi invasions, ethnic cleansings, and brutal occupations. If you weren’t so sick as to think that European ZioNazis have the right to invade other people’s homeland and take it over, I would be ashamed to be American. But heck! You’ve no different from the punks ruling our government.

              • zeb doz

                no laurie you are wrong on that one, yes he wanted racial purity, but he also wanted lands for the German people, sigh, if only he had won, we would not be having the problems we are having now days

                • Laurie

                  no it wasn’t it had nothing to do with land the nut case part Jew used his own German people to do his dirty work Psycohpath was just a killer no reason really but to kill.

                  • zeb doz

                    go and read Mein Kampf, if you can stomach it, it is very, very very dry reading, but in his book he talks about that, why did i rad it? because it is better to look at things from all sides then make a decision than not .

                    • Laurie

                      The truth is everyone should of stayed in their own country if Europe did not come here the Natives would be alive if the middle east stayed there Europe would be fine if the Muslims would not have ran the Jews out they could have stayed there at home…
                      to kill and conquer is the destruction of the world always has been and inter breeding is the worst

                • Laurie

                  If he wanted land he could have just ran them out get out of our country or we will kill you and they would have left he was just a lunatic who loved to kill Jews he hated them because he hated himself the Jew part of himself…
                  When your dealing with a pyshcotic killer there is no rhyme or reason to their insanity your dealing with their voices in their head

                  • zeb doz

                    never said i was for him, just saying what i read in mein kampf, he doesnt talk about killing jews but he does talk about running them out of the lands

                    as well as getting more land for Germanic people . but to add, he wrote what he was going to do in that book, funny thing was that was way before ww2 and no body paid any attention till it was a bit late

                    • Laurie

                      It’s a lie he told himself propelled by Insanity to justify what he was going to do and a great way to convince his people to kill for him. It’s called brainwashing the masses Hitler was a genius and knew how to control his people-knew what buttons to push- what better way than to convince them they needed the land think about it..
                      The Jews sort of knew what was coming but remember the lunaitc dis armed them like ovomit is doing to us now.

            • Laurie

              What are you I know you’re not a Jew that’s for sure are you a Muslim

              • TecumsehUnfaced

                You are an idiot. Islam is not required for Morality.