In November 1932 German election, National Socialist Party receieved only 33% votes and was not in a position to form government alone. Its leader Adolph Hitler agreed on a Nazi-Conservatives coalition. German President Paul van Hindenburg appointed Hitler Chancellor of Germany in a government dominated by the Conservatives on January 30, 1933.
Within less than two months after Hitler took power, American-British militant Jewish organizations and the Christian Zionists declared war against German people on March 24, 1933 – as they’re repeating similar sanctions against Iranian people. They called for ‘crippling boycott’ of German goods as part of blackmailing the new German government to help World Zionist movement to establish the Zionist entity in British mandate Palestine. As result of severe western economic sanctions, in August 1933 – the Hitler regime agreed with Chaim Arlosoroff of the World Zionist Organization to let tens of thousands of German Jews to migrate with their wealth to British occupied Arab Palestine. This agreement is known as the Haavara (Hebrew for “transfer”). The Agreement allowed 60,000 German Jews to imigrate to Palestine and settle on Arab land during 1933-1941.
On this basis of their similar racist ideologies about ethnicity and nationhood, National Socialists and Jewish extremists (Zionists) worked together for what each group believed was in its own national interest. As a result, the Hitler government vigorously supported Zionism and Jewish emigration to Palestine from 1933 until 1940-1941, when the Second World War prevented extensive collaboration.
The official SS newspaper, Das Schwarze Korps, proclaimed its support for Zionism in a May 1935 front-page editorial: “The time may not be too far off when Palestine will again be able to receive its sons who have been lost to it for more than a thousand years. Our good wishes, together with official goodwill, go with them.”
In 1984, American Jewish award-winning journalist, lecturer and author, Edwin Blackpublished his book ‘The Transfer Agreement‘. In the book, Edwin Black, documents the close collaboration between Nazi and Zionist leaders. Black was born into a Polish Zionist Jewish family. His parents migrated to US after WW II. As youth, Black was a blind supporter of the Zionist entity. He lived in a Kibbutz and had planned to settle on stolen land from native Palestinian. When Black decided to write this book, both of his parents severely opposed the idea. In August 2005, Edwin Black questioned the life imprisonment of Jewish spy Jonathan Pollard convicted for spying for “a friendly country Israel”.
The Zionist-controlled mainstream media doesn’t want the western people to know about the part the ‘World Zionist Organization (WZO)’ and the ‘American Jewish Council (AJC)’ played in the Nazi crimes against Gypsie, Christians and Jews. Both organizations were adamant that Jews emigrate nowhere else than Palestine. The Germans had tried to arrange emigration to Madagascar and Uganda but those possibilities were closed by Jewish organizations. What remained is a working relationship with the Zionist organizations Irgun and Haganah to facilitate emigration to Palestine. The British made this difficult.
“The economic relationship with Germany was indispensable in the creation of the State of Israel. Without Germany and the Nazis, there would have been no “aliyah” to the Holy Land,” says Black.
“The cooperation which existed between Heydrich’s Gestapo and the Jewish self-defense league in Palestine, the Haganah, would not hve been closer if it was not for Eichmann who made it public…the commander of Haganah was Feivel Polkes, born Poland, whith whom in February 1937, the SD troop leader Adolf Eichmann met in Berlin in a wine restaurant, Traube, near the zoo. These two Jews made a brotherly agreement. Polkes the underground fighter got in writing this assurance from Eichman: ‘A body representing Jews in Germany will exert pressure on those leaving Germany to emigrate only to Palestine. Such a policy is in the interest of Germany and will be executed by the Gestapo,” wrote Henneke Kardel, an Austrian Jew in his 1974 book ‘Adolf Hitler: Founder of Israel’.
In 1964, German Jewish author, Dietrich Bronder, documented the reason behind Nazi-Zionist collaboration in ‘Before Hitler Came‘ – their common Jewish Heritage of Adolf Hitler, Rudolf Hess, Reichsmarshall Hermann Goering, Dr. Josef Goebbels, Gregor Strasser, Alfred Rosenberg, Hans Frank, Heinrich Himmler, Reichsminister von Ribbentrop, SS Leader Reinhard Himmler, and Hitler’s bankers, Ritter von Strauss and von Stein.
Abraham Foxman, national director ADL, in a twist, praised Black’s book for proving that without Zionists’ negotiations with the Nazis, all those Jewish lives would have been lost!