posted on Nov, 30 2012 @ 04:56 PM
Originally posted by dontreally
reply to post by TheHammer22
I have PROVEN that the groups precursor to the IDF
You mean the Haganah? If you couldn't even name them, I'm skeptical that you can "prove" anything.
did INDEED collaborate with Adolf Hitler, in order to achieve their apartheid goals.
You clearly don't know the history of this subject. Though, of course, you'd like to pretend to yourself and other's that you do.
You definitely dont want to have this argument with me.
I'm absolutely horrified.
Early in 1935, a passenger ship bound for Haifa in Palestine left the German port of Bremerhaven. Its stern bore the Hebrew letter for its name, "Tel
Aviv", while a swastika banner fluttered from the mast. And although the ship was Zionist owned, its captain was a National Socialist Party (Nazi)
member. Many years later a traveler aboard the ship recalled this symbolic combination as a "metaphysical absurdity". Absurd or not, this is but one
vignette from a little-known chapter of history: The wide ranging collaboration between Zionism and Hitler's Third Reich.
In early January 1941 a small but important Zionist organization submitted a formal proposal to German diplomats in Beirut for a military-political
alliance with wartime Germany. The offer was made by the radical underground "Fighters for the Freedom of Israel", better known as the Lehi or Stern
Gang. Its leader, Avraham Stern, had recently broken with the radical nationalist "National Military Organization" (Irgun Zvai Leumi - Etzel) over
the group's attitude toward Britain, which had effectively banned further Jewish settlement of Palestine. Stern regarded Britain as the main enemy of
(Original document in German Auswertiges Amt Archiv, Bestand 47-59, E224152 and E234155-58.
Complete original text published in: David Yisraeli, The Palestinian Problem in German Politics 1889-1945 (Israel: 1947) pp. 315-317).
And I'm laughing.