How They Do It-Kristallnacht

Herschel Grynszpan

When, a Polish Jew named Herschel Grynszpan walked into the German embassy in Paris and assassinated an official ,  German’s responded with what has come to be known as kristallnacht immediately after.  Stephen Koch’s biography of Grynszpan  explains how Grynszpan—arrested by the Gestapo in 1940—foiled plans to prosecute:

Hitler had decided to turn [Grynszpan] into the defendant in a major show trial in Berlin, “proving” that World War II had been started by the “World Jewish Conspiracy,” using the “evil” Herschel as their trigger. . . . Enormous amounts of Nazi money, time, and energy went into planning this charade. Hitler was kept constantly informed. The star witness was to be no less than the former French foreign minister Georges Bonnet, a covert Nazi fellow-traveler and major player in Munich, who promised the Nazis to tell the world that, yes, indeed, France went to war in 1939 only because of relentless, irresistible, warmongering pressure from “the Jews.”

The trial . . . never took place because Herschel Grynszpan kept it from taking place. As a prisoner of the Nazis, Herschel had quickly grasped that he was being primed for more anti-Semitic propaganda. To prevent that disgrace, he concocted an extraordinarily ingenious lie. He claimed that he had not really killed the German diplomat for any political reason at all. His “protest” had merely been his cover for a deeper secret: the unspeakable truth that he’d killed the diplomat in the midst of a homosexual lovers’ quarrel.

This inspired falsehood was certain to turn into the trial’s most scandalous news story. It made an enraged Goebbels advise Hitler to postpone the whole thing. It stayed postponed forever.

The above prose is a perfect example of “How they do it.”

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To further twist , distort, and turn the truth  to lie, this last Saturday’s protest for the release of Ursula Haverbeck, 91, who is currently serving her fourth prison sentence for holocaust denial, was described by the mainstream press as a Neo-Nazi march to celebrate the 81st anniversary of kristallnacht .

Far-right supporters of the party "Die Rechte (The Rights) carry placards of 90-year-old Ursula Have

Officials estimated that over 10,000 people took part in the counterprotest, organized by Bielefeld’s “Alliance against the right” and which took place under the motto: “Fascism is not an opinion, it’s a crime.”

In a free society there is no political world view which constitutes a crime, so we can thank the left-tards for once again letting us know exactly where they stand, which is anti-western, devoid of logic, and totalitarian.

This is “How they do it.”


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