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July 02, 1976 - Image 49

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1976-07-02

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Friday, July 2, 1976 37



Hitler's Ideological Teacher, The Satanic
Chamberlain; A 19th Century Anti-Semite


Student, Wayne State U.

The November resolution
of the United Nations whiCh
condemned Zionism as a
form of racism is now well
known. Many well-docu-
mented analyses have been
published which completely
refute this ridiculous
harge; by now, any reason-
able person should scoff at
the United Nations asser-
t tion, and recognize it as
pure political propaganda.
But, propaganda is nearly
always based on an idea,
and the Arab-sponsored res-
lution is no exception, the
Arabs theorize that the
Zionist movement is racist
in nature.
This is the concept which
they claim to have discov-
ered; but really, they have
no right to claim such origi-
nality. Over 70 years ago, a
transplanted Englishman,
writing out of Germany,
first enunciated the doc-
trine that Judaism in gen-
eral, and Zionism in partic-
ular, is racist in nature.
The author's name was
Houston Stewart Chamber-
lain, and he must rank as
one of the most satanic in-
fluences on modern Jewish
Chamberlain was born
in England in 1855, but
eventually he became a
citizen of Germany; he
wrote all his books in Ger-
man, and became a fervid
Germanic nationalist. His

major work was a massive
two-volume philosophy of
history entitled "The
Foundations of the Nine-
teenth Century (Die Grun-
dlagen des Neunzehnten
Chamberlain sought to
establish a racial theory of
history, that all civilizations
rose or fell strictly on the
basis of their racial make-
Two races were vital in
considering his future of the
world' these two "races"
were the Teutons and the
Jews. Chamberlain defined
a Teuton to be any descen-
dant of the Celtic, Slavic, or
Germanic races; thus, all
Northern Europeans could
rightfully be called Teutons.
Chamberlain contended
that Teutonic Europe could
be made into a heaven on
earth; but first, there were a
few real dangers to be dealt
with. It was imperative that
the Teuton did not weaken
himself by racial mixture;
moreover, even if the Teu-
tonic race was kept pure,
Europe would have to guard
against any perversion of its
institutions and outside in-
stitutions by outside influ-
Indeed, Chamberlain was
seeing an alien people, dom-
inate the social, economic,
and cultural life of nearly
every important European
nation. The Jews were this
alien people.
Although the Jews were
a terrible enemy, Cham-

Blanchard Boycott Bill Due

gan Congressman James
Blanchard (D-18th Dist.)
has offered an amendment
to the package of anti-boy-
cott legislation currently
pending in the House.
Rep. Blanchard's amend-
ment would prohibit federal
and state banking authori-
ties from approving any new
bank unless it agrees "to
refrain from the prohibit
discrimination against any
United States person, or
any foreign person with re-

Chicago Pledges
Up $2.5 Million

than 1,700 Chicago area
country club members and
guests contributed more
than $2.3 million in new and
increased pledges for the
Jewish United Fund-Israel
Emergency Fund at 10 si-
mulataneous dinners which
followed the qualifying
round in the largest inter-
club golf and tennis tourna-
ment for charity in the
United States last week.
Pledges total $21.3 million
so far in the 1976 Chicago

Yeshiva Heads
Elect President

NEW YORK — Rabbi
Joel Kramer, principal of
the Prospect Park Yeshiva
High School for Girls
(Brooklyn), was recently
elected president of the Na-
tional Conference of Yesh-
iva Principals.

spect to its activities in the
United States, by reason of
the religion, race, national
origin, or sex of such United
States or foreign person, or
of any officer, director, em-
ploye, or creditor of, or any
owner of any interest in,
such United States or for-
eign person."
Blanchard's Royal Oak
office said the legislation is
expected to come up for de-
bate next week.

Payments Problem

The director of Israel's State
Bank, Moshe Zanwer, said
Israel's economy made cer-
tain technical gains last
year, but that the country
still is far from having be-
gun to solve its pressing eco-
nomic problems.
He referred to the trade
deficit in 1975 of $4.1 billion.
Israel's foreign indebted-
ness is now $8.2 billion, and
it costs the state $500 mil-
lion yearly jut to cover the

berlain gave them grudg-
ing respect. According to
him, the Jewish people
had long ago discovered
the primacy of race; in fact
their whole religion was
based not on monotheism,
but racism. This Jewish
racism was manifested by
the strict bibical rules
against intermarriage.
Chamberlain believed
that the Jews had con-
sciously created a fixed ra-
cial group, which was intent
on ruling the world.
He also discussed the idea
of a Jewish homeland; Israel
would be the focal point of
the Hebrew world empire,
and would be a special cen-
ter for Jewish inbreeding.
The country would be a
textbook example of racism.
Chamberlain's contortion
of the intermarriage prohi-
bitions is particularly vi-
cious and mendacious.
These prohibitions are, and
have always been, intended
only as measures to prevent
a weakening of the religion.
This is proven by the fact
that any sincere person who
wishes to become a Jew is
welcome, - regardless of his
racial background. The
truth eluded Chamberlain,
just as it has eluded his
Arab successors.
Chamberlain's philoso-
phy has been extraordi-
narily influential on mod-
ern Europe. His theories of
German racial supremacy

Hillel Receives
Extra Allocation

(JTA) — The Jewish Feder-
ation of this community of
500 Jewish families makes a
regular annual allocation
for the campus activities of
the Bnai Brith Hillel Foun-
dations, but this year the
Federation added special
allocations to Hillel Founda-
tions on campuses where
children of Federation con-
tributors are attending col-
lege. Ten students were re-
ported attending schools
which have Hillel facilities.
The federation sent-a.n addi-
tional $50 for each student.



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were first embraced by
Kaiser Wilhelm II; the em-
perior hailed Chamberlain
as "the most brilliant
thinker in Europe."
After Germany's defeat
in World War I, Chamber-
lain seemed to be turning
into a bitter old man; how-
ever, in.1923, just four years
before his death,,he experi-
enced a revealation. In that
year he met a young Bavar-
ian politician — Adolph Hit-
Chamberlain was fasci-
nated by Hitler, and pro-
nounced him as "the savior
of Germany." This was a
startling statement for a
world famous author to
make about an unknown
beer hall orator, but Cham-
berlain was sure of Hitler's
When the Nazis did gain
power, they hailed Cham-
berlain as "the spiritual
father of the Third Reich."


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That useth his neighbor's
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And giveth him not his

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