It’s a HOLOHOAX (Don’t Be Fooled)

Note- “IT’S A HOLOHOAX (don’t be fooled)” are series of blog posts that thoroughly expose the Jewish Holocaust lie. There were no “Nazi Death Camps” and no “Nazi Gas Chambers”. You have been fooled! This is your opportunity to break free of the mind control you have been taught in school and in the media. You have been deceived! We all have… but never again.

It has been said that it is easier to believe a lie one has heard a hundred times, than a truth one has never heard before. We have heard 6 million lies about the “Holocaust”. The truth about the Holohoax has been hidden. Read below to uncover the cover-up!

Note: This blog series is derived from “Did Six Million Really Die?” book by Richard E. Harwood (1974) with many additional sources, originally presented in DJ Noble Protagonist’s E-book (The Battle to preserve Western Civilization):

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It is a remarkable fact, that well into the war period, the Germans continued to implement the policy of Jewish emigration. The fall of France, in 1940, enabled the German Government to open serious negotiations with the French for the transfer of European Jews to Madagascar.

A memorandum of August, 1942 from Luther, Secretary of State in the German Foreign Office, reveals that he had conducted these negotiations between July & December 1940, when they were terminated by the French. A circular from Luther’s department, dated August 15th, 1940, shows that the details of the German plan had been worked out by Eichmann, for it is signed by his assistant, Dannecker. Eichmann had in fact been commissioned in August to draw up a detailed Madagascar Plan, and Dannecker was employed in research on Madagascar at the French Colonial Office.

The proposals of August 15th were that an inter-European bank was to finance the emigration of four million Jews by means of a phased program. Luther’s 1942 memorandum shows that Reinhard Heydrich had obtained Himmler’s approval of this plan before the end of August and had also submitted it to Goering. It certainly met with Hitler’s approval, for as early as June 17th, his interpreter, Schmidt, recalls Hitler observing to Mussolini that “One could found a State of Israel in Madagascar”.

Although the French terminated the Madagascar negotiations in December, 1940, Poliakov, the director of the Centre of Jewish Documentation in Paris, admits that the Germans nevertheless pursued the scheme and that Eichmann was still busy with it throughout 1941.

Eventually, however, the Madagascar emigration plan was rendered impractical by the progress of the war, in particular by the situation after the invasion of Russia, and on February 10th, 1942, the Foreign Office was informed that the plan had been temporarily shelved.

This ruling, sent to the Foreign Office by Luther’s assistant, Rademacher, is of great importance because it demonstrates conclusively that the term “Final Solution” meant only the emigration of Jews, and also that transportation to the eastern ghettos & concentration camps such as Auchwitz constituted nothing but an alternative plan of evacuation.

The directive reads, “The war with the Soviet Union has in the meantime created the possibility of disposing of other territories for the Final Solution. In consequence the Fuehrer has decided that the Jews should be evacuated not to Madagascar but to the East. Madagascar need no longer therefore be considered in connection with the Final Solution”.

On March 7, 1942, Reich Minister of Propaganda, Joseph Goebbels, wrote a memorandum in favor of the Madagascar Plan as a “Final Solution” of the Jewish question. In the meantime, he approved of the Jews being “concentrated in the East.” Later in this memorandum, Goebbels also stressed deportation to the East and laid emphasis on the need for compulsory labor there.

The term “Final Solution” was applied both to Madagascar and to the Eastern territories. Therefore, it meant only the “deportation” of the Jews.

Even as late as May, 1944, the Germans were prepared to allow the emigration of one million European Jews from Europe.

An account of this proposal is given by Alexander Weissberg, a prominent Soviet Jewish scientist deported during the Stalin purges, in his book Die Geschichte von Joel Brand. Weissberg, who spent the war in the city of Cracow, though he expected the Germans to intern him in a concentration camp, explains that on the personal authorization of Himmler, Eichmann had sent the Budapest Jewish leader, Joel Brand, to Istanbul with an offer to the Allies to permit the transfer of one million European Jews in the midst of the war. The Gestapo admitted that the transportation involved would greatly inconvenience the German war-effort but were prepared to allow it in exchange for 10,000 trucks to be used exclusively on the Russian front.

Unfortunately, the plan came to nothing. The British concluded that Brand must be a dangerous agent and immediately imprisoned him in Cairo while the Jewish-controlled press denounced the offer as a “Nazi” trick. Winston Churchill, though orating to the effect that the treatment of the Hungarian Jews was probably “the biggest and most horrible crime ever committed in the whole history of the world” nevertheless told Zionist-leader, Chaim Weizmann, that acceptance of the Brand offer was impossible, since it would be a betrayal of his Russian Allies.

Although the plan was fruitless, it well illustrates that no one allegedly carrying out “thorough” extermination would permit the emigration of a million Jews and it demonstrates, too, the prime importance placed by the Germans on the war-effort.