In part one of this series I outlined some of the major injustices of the Treaty of Versailles (ToV) and promised some Jew-naming. I must preface that I will not be using Udo Walendy’s book for this article, as he didn’t name names. Considering he was living in post-WW2 Germany, I’m sure he had good reasons for not doing so. Instead, much credit can be given to Tomas Dalton’s (PhD) book, The Jewish Hand in the World Wars.
In part one I also said that some would like to keep the Jewish involvement of the ToV hidden. It looks like that isn’t entirely true as my robot assistant, Sarah (Bing AI), freely admits that Jews significantly shaped the post-WW1 world. What other minority group could make such a claim? Oh, what’s that about Jews being settled in Palestine not affecting the indigenous Arab population? That didn’t age well.
There is one more thing to explain before I get started: why it matters that Jews were involved, as I can envision someone saying “so what?” to the staggering overrepresentation of Jews in positions of power in Western Europe and America. The person saying this might not realize—or want to acknowledge—that Jews are a separate people from White Europeans and White Americans. They do not have the same shared history and genetics. They have their own values and aspirations and when those conflict with what is best for White people, they are going to do what is best for Jews. But don’t take my word for it—you can always read the definitive book on Jewish power in the 20th century: The Culture of Critique by Kevin MacDonald.
Today, Jews are about 2% of America’s population, about the same as American Indians. Yet if this article below was talking about American Indians instead of Jews you would think something devious was afoot. So why do Jews get a pass? And I don’t want to hear copes about Jews valuing education and working harder, because when White people are accurately represented in their own countries, they get accused of having an evil White supremacist system. I have two words to describe how Jews gain power in their host countries: tribalism and nepotism.
Now let’s get to it.
The ToV was created during the Paris Peace Conference (PPC) in 1919–1920. They say its purpose was to establish the terms of the peace after WW1. This was WW1, not WW2, mind you. Germans were not accused of mistreating Jews. In fact, Germany had provided refuge for Jews fleeing Russia, and most historians would say that Jews were doing very well in Germany. So why was a Zionist group there securing Jewish “rights”? Was there a delegation for American Indians? Roma? Of course not. Those groups didn’t wield the power and influence that Jews do. In fact, Ireland sent representatives in the hope of achieving self-determination and legitimizing the Republic declared after the Easter Rising in 1916 but had little success. Funny how that works. To answer my question about why there was a Jewish Congress at the conference, I will quote Jew, Hayim Hillel Ben-Sasson, from his book, A History of the Jewish People: “…diplomatic activity in Paris became the main focus of the various attempts to fulfill Jewish aspirations.”
Stephen Samuel Wise is mentioned in the image above.. Wise was born in 1874 and became a rabbi in 1893. He was a co-founder of the NAACP. More importantly to our topic, in 1917 Wise joined Supreme Court Justice Louis Brandeis, Felix Frankfurter, and others to lay the groundwork for a democratically elected, nationwide organization of “ardently Zionist” Jews to represent Jews as a group and not as individuals. I seem to recall White people being demonized and called “Nazis” when they want to form organizations to represent themselves as a group, but I digress…
Also in 1917, Wise participated in the effort to convince President Woodrow Wilson, whom Wise was a liaison to, to approve the Balfour declaration in support of Jewish settlement in Mandate Palestine. Wise attended the PPC in order to further his Jewish agenda.
I am a Jew who is an American. I was a Jew before I was an American. I have been an American all my life, 64 years, but I’ve been a Jew for 4,000 years.
It is clear that Wise was an American second and a Jew first.
The aforementioned Supreme Court Justice, Louis Brandeis, was also present at the PPC. Brandeis joined the Federation of American Zionists in 1912. Also in 1912, Brandeis was instrumental in Woodrow Wilson’s victory in the presential campaign. In 1913 Brandeis and Wilson had convinced Congress to pass the Federal Reserve Act. In 1914, the Provisional Executive Committee for Zionist Affairs was established and Brandeis was its president from 1914–1918. The purpose of the organization was the development of a Jewish homeland. (All of this information is from the Brandeis Wikipedia page.)
You may be thinking that Jews only went to the PPC conference to secure the state of Israel, so where does Germany come into the picture? This blurb from the Kesher Journal will help answer that question:
Then came the victory of the Allies. Turkey surrendered, and Palestine came under British rule. The Peace Conference in Paris was the opportunity for the Zionists to “hold Britain’s feet to the fire.” Although Brandeis did not initially go to the Conference, he sent Felix Frankfurter, who did much there to advance the Zionist cause. In the summer Court recess of 1919, along with his daughter and de Haas, Brandeis set sail for Paris to make his appearance at the Peace Conference with an eye toward accelerating the Zionist hope.
The Ottoman Empire, which is now modern-day Turkey, was an ally of Germany. When it came down to it, Jews were more than happy to throw the once-welcoming Germany under the bus to prop up the Allies, who had promised them Palestine with the British Balfour Declaration, which was also supported by President Wilson. French Prime Minister, Georges Clemenceau, and British Prime Minister, David Lloyd George, rejected Wilson’s more reasonable 14 Points. Jews had the ears of both of these men (which we will get into in part three).
Consider this quote from a speech given by Benjamin H Freedman in 1961:
Now, when the war was ended, and the Germans went to Paris, to the Paris Peace Conference in 1919, there were 117 Jews there, as a delegation representing the Jews, headed by Bernard Baruch. I was there: I ought to know. Now what happened? The Jews at that peace conference, when they were cutting up Germany and parceling out Europe to all these nations that claimed a right to a certain part of European territory, the Jews said, “How about Palestine for us?” And they produced, for the first time to the knowledge of the Germans, this Balfour Declaration. So the Germans, for the first time realized, “Oh, that was the game! That’s why the United States came into the war.” And the Germans for the first time realized that they were defeated, they suffered this terrific reparation that was slapped onto them, because the Zionists wanted Palestine and they were determined to get it at any cost.
Freedman isn’t the only one who thinks Zionist Jews were responsible for getting America to enter WW1, thus ensuring Germany’s defeat. Dalton and many dissident historians agree (see image below). As I said before, Jews are a separate racial/ethnic entity from White Europeans/Americans, and their actions aim to benefits Jews, even when the outcome is devastating to America and European countries.
That’s not the end of the story, however. There is more naming to be done. Continue to part three.