The book "Germany Must Perish!" was written by Theodore N. Kaufman in New Jersey in 1941 to encourage hatred and sterilization of the German people, the destruction of Germany, and his plan for world peace. Samuel Untermyer's speech — printed in the New York Times in 1933 — was also intended to create anger towards Germans, but it did not call for the sterilization of Germans: Today the Zionists create anger towards Arabs, and they continue to offer various plans for world unity and peace. Will the Gullible Goyim ever notice the rather obvious pattern? The Zionists dismiss Kaufman's book as an anti-Semitic tool. For example, the Wikipedia writes: However, the book was most notably used by Nazi Germany as propaganda to allegedly show how the Jews were plotting against the country. At the Calvin College, which claims to be a Christian college, we find that the book was "one of the more astonishing propaganda productions of the Third Reich":
Amazingly, only a few goyim can understand this deception. For those having trouble understanding it:
1) A Zionist writes a book creating hatred of the German people, and which proposes the elimination of the German people.
2) Some Germans are appalled, and show the book to other Germans as evidence that Jews are conspiring against them.
3) Jews claim that the book was written by an anti-Semite, and that the Germans are anti-Semitic conspiracy nuts for believing there is a Jewish conspiracy to destroy Germany.
A goyim would have to be rather stupid to fall for that trick, but sadly, many do. Incidentally, the incredible stupidity and apathy of the goyim, and the ease at which goyim can be bribed and blackmailed, is undoubtedly making Jews feel superior to us, which in turn would make it easier for the Zionists to convince Jews to assist in the destruction of the goyim nations. This trick may explain the Protocols of Zion, also. Specifically:
1) A Zionist, or a group of them, may have written the Protocols of Zion.
2) Some goyim are appalled, and show the book to other goyim as evidence that Jews are conspiring against them.
3) Jews claim that the book was written by an anti-Semite, and that the goyim are anti-Semitic conspiracy nuts for believing that there is a Jewish conspiracy to take over the world.