The London Daily Express 3/24/1933


               Declaring War on Germany 

                     The Other Man Behind Scofield

After the Communist threat in Germany was quashed (after WWI), the Jews were still working, trying to get back into their former status, and the Germans fought them in every way they could without hurting a single hair on anyone's head.


At that time, there were 80 to 90 million Germans and only 460,000 Jews. About one half of one per cent of the population of Germany were Jews. And yet they controlled all the press and most of the economy.


The Jews tried to keep a lid on this fact. They didn't want the world to really understand that they had sold out Germany, and that the Germans resented that. The Germans took appropriate action against the Jews. They, shall I say, discriminated against them wherever they could. They shunned them. The same way that we would  anyone in this country who had sold us out to an enemy and brought about our defeat.


In July 1933, Samuel Untermeyer arranged for the International Boycott Conference in Amsterdam. Jews from every country in the world attended this meeting. They gave Germany an ultimatum: "You fire Hitler and put every Jew back into his former position, whether he was a Communist or not." You can imagine what the Germans told them.


Now in a declaration in the New York Times on August 7, 1933, Samuel Untermeyer stated that "economic boycott is our means of self-defense."

Speaking for world Jewry he declared a boycott against Germany and it was so effective that you couldn't find one thing in any store anywhere in the world with the words "made in Germany" on it.
By declaring holy war against Germany, Untermeyer in effect provoked
a second world war.