Answers to Questions by Yair Davidiy (1 November 2017, 12 Heshbon, 5778)
What was the stab in the back in World War I?
The illustration above is from Word War-1 anti-German propaganda showing a Prussian type German spearing an innocent child through the back. It illustrates what was done to the Jews of Germany by their fellow German citizens and especially by the military class. "The Stab in the Back" was the alleged betrayal by German Jews of the German Forces in their war against the forces of civilization, i.e. the Allies, in World War 1. This was false. As someone whose family was partly German Jewish I consider it typical of German Betrayal of its Jewish citizens. The real Stab in the Back was the German Gentile Treason against the Civil Contract of German Society and Betrayal of German Jewish Citizens.
The culprits were Germans in general but ESPECIALLY the military class.
The German Gentiles Stabbed the Jews in the Back!
Jews were in Germany before most of the Germans got there! Jews helped create Germany. Jews were good loyal citizens who made a positive contribution to Germany. The Germans did not want them so they betrayed them and spread lies about them and blamed them for their own faults.
The German Gentile officers lost the war through their ineptitude. They made the peace when the German civilian population was on the verge of mass starvation. They then claimed that the peace had not been necessary and that the Jews had forced it on them. 100,000 Jews joined the German army. 12,000 were killed. Jews were intellectuals and suited to intellectual occupations, e.g. doctors, medics, scientists, engineers, clerks, artillery experts, etc. The casualty rate in such occupations is usually lower than that of the field forces, not higher. There were also Jews in the field forces and their casualty rate must have been therefore much greater than that of their Gentile peers. No-one seems to have talked about it but I would say that some of those Jews killed died from "friendly fire." Otherwise the casualty rate is too high.
The Jews had betrayed themselves by believing that the German Gentiles would ever accept them.
3 He is despised and rejected by men,
A Man of sorrows and acquainted with grief.
And we hid, as it were, our faces from him;
He was despised, and we did not esteem him.
4 Surely he has borne our griefs
And carried our sorrows;
Yet we esteemed him stricken,
Smitten by God, and afflicted.
5 But he was wounded for our transgressions,
He was bruised for our iniquities;
The chastisement for our peace was upon him,
And by his stripes we are healed.
6 All we like sheep have gone astray;
We have turned, every one, to his own way;
And the LORD has laid on him the iniquity of us all.
Karl Doenitz was a German admiral in World War II. Doenitz briefly succeeded Adolf Hitler as the head of state of Germany. At the Nuremberg trials, Doenitz explained the German Military desire to exterminate the Jews as due to the Jews being a negative influence among the people:
"The endurance, the power to endure, of the people, as it was composed, could be better preserved than if there were Jewish elements in the nation".
"I could imagine that it would be very difficult for the population in the towns to hold out under the strain of heavy bombing attacks if such an influence were allowed to work."
This is not true BUT it is what the German Military class wished to believe or at least have others give credence to. Hilter began his career after World War-1 as a political officer in the German Army. The Army enabled Hitler to become dictator. The Army swore an oath to Hitler that for them preceded all other obligations. The Army was responsible for the extermination of Jews in occupied lands. The German Army stabbed Germany in the back!
Perhaps it is better that way? We should thank them. Give them each another medal?
Ptolemy lists a people known as the Idumae in what is now Prussia. This is another form of the name "Edom." The Edomites are descended from Esau the twin brother and eternal enemy of Israel.
41 So Esau hated Jacob because of the blessing with which his father blessed him, and Esau said in his heart,
'The days of mourning for my father are at hand; then I will kill my brother Jacob.'
There is much more that can be said on this matter.