posted on Nov, 8 2006 @ 03:57 PM
Originally posted by Crakeur
Israel didn't exist during WWII
I did try rothschilds and zionists
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Regardless of the possession of territory there was without doubt a movement for Israel in the form of the WZC (originally the ZO). Herzl, the founder
of the organization, boasted that he had founded the Jewish state in Switzerland in 1897 (at the first Zionist congress) and that in 50 years everyone
would know it. He was right.
Interestingly, the president of the WZC during WWII was a chemist for the Royal Navy Labs who developed a process for producing large quantities of
acetone, important to the production of cordite, and it was that individual who appropriated the production rights in exchange for royalties. The
company was commercial solvents corporation.
Incidentally, said Chemist also became Israel's first president
[edit on 8-11-2006 by The Vagabond]