Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 62

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6th January 1942, midday

The catastrophe of 1940
—The scapegoat.

 

This war will have helped to originate one of the world’s great upheavals. It will have consequences that we did not seek—for example, the dismemberment of the British Empire. Who are the guilty parties? The Jews. What happens to England is totally indifferent to them. A Hore-Belisha, who grew up in the ghetto, couldn’t have the same reflexes as an Englishman.

Experience teaches us that after every catastrophe a scapegoat is found. In England, it will probably be the Jew. But let them settle that between themselves. It’s not our mission to settle the Jewish question in other people’s countries!

Published in: on September 14, 2015 at 6:27 pm  Comments Off on Uncle Adolf’s table talk, 62  
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