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Old October 27th, 2009 #8
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The Jew in the German economy

An examination of the three main areas of the German economy, agriculture and forestry, industry and the trades, and trade and commerce, shows clearly what the Jew had in mind.

Agriculture and forestry, which require hard labor for limited pay and a hard life, were not for him. Only 1.7% of the Jewish population worked in this branch of the German economy. There are no reliable statistics available, but one can assume this small element working in agriculture and forestry was not to be found behind the plow or working in the forests, but rather in leading positions in this branch of the economy.

Although the Jew was not inclined toward agricultural labor, he was at the forefront of commerce in agricultural products. The exchanges for grain, flour, fat, and eggs, to name only a few, were his field of endeavor. He sat in the breadbasket of the German people, and could set the prices higher or lower, depending on what pleased him. In the fall when the farmer was forced to sell his harvest to get the money he needed, prices had to be low. But when over the course of winter and spring these important products were needed by the public, prices had to rise. The difference between the buying and selling prices was the "profit" of the Jewish grain trader, or whatever he was called.

The Jew was significantly better represented in the second branch of the German economy, industry and the trades. Around 25% of the Jews were found in this branch of the economy. Given the Jew's natural disinclination to working with his hands, one can assume that this percentage was not found in the trades, but only in industry.

But the real domain of Jewry was in the third branch, trade and commerce. Here he was in his element. 59% of the Jews were active in this part of the economy. In comparison, only 17% of the German population worked in this branch.

Some statistics: The board of the Berlin Stock Exchange consisted exclusively of Jews. — Of the 147 board and committee members of the Berlin exchange, 116, or 80%, were Jews.

When one considers the number of department store, which grew both in number and sales year by year, and realizes the steadily increasing Jewish control, it becomes clear why in conjunction with Jewish bank capital Judah's position in this area was so strong and extensive. Nothing could happen that the Jews did not like.

What had been promised to to the Jew seemed to be fulfilled: "The Lord your God will bless you, as he has promised. You will lend to many peoples, and borrow from none. You will rule over many peoples, but no one will rule over you."

The Jew seemed to have achieved his promised paradise, where he did not have to labor, where he did not have to earn his bread by the sweat of his brow. This last phrase shows clearly what the Jew thinks of labor. The millions of our German people's comrades who were forced into involuntary vacations by the failures of the past system certainly would not have seen their unemployment as a blessing, but rather as a curse. The Jew, however, sees labor as a curse imposed on him, so long as he does not succeed in gaining the power that makes it possible for him to make others work for him so that he can live in paradise, or indolence.

Jewry in the civil service

With his usual determination, the Jew wormed his way into the German civil service apparatus, which is a model to the world. Here, too, he was not interested in the lower-level positions where one had to work hard and bear great responsibility for little pay, but rather in the upper-level and the highest positions. Only 0.7% of the non-Jewish population were top officials, but 2.6% of Jews were.

Within the German civil service, the legal system was of particular interest to the Jew. Here, the Jew sat in a position from which it was possible for him to force his will on his host people, enabling him to work on reaching his goal.

Of the 1062 judges in both state courts and the supreme court of German, 239 were Jews. That is 23%, or 23 times their percentage of the Jewish population in Germany. Of the nearly 6,000 judges in the whole of Prussia, about 7.5% were Jews. Of this 7.5%, or 430 Jewish judges, 12 were state court or senate presidents, and a further 109 were on appeals courts or district courts. About a third of Jewish judges in Prussia were in the highest civil service positions.

An even worse picture of Jewish dominance is clear when one examines attorneys. The flow of Jewry into this profession did not happen by chance. Here Jewry had the opportunity to practice the arts of distortion and concealment without any restrictions, things close to its nature.

Of the 3,400 attorneys practicing in Berlin, 1,850, or 54%, were Jews. Of the 11,800 attorneys admitted to practice in Prussia, 3,400 were Jews. Jewry made up about a third of notaries. Of the 33 members of the board of the bar association in Berlin, 22 were Jews. All the offices of the association were in Jewish hands. The officers of the highest legal association, the Reich Bar Association, were also all Jews.

Jewry and doctors

The influence and power of the Jews in the German medical profession was no less. To give only one example, 48% of doctors in Berlin were Jews. 68% of school doctors were Jews, as were 68% of welfare doctors. About half of all Berlin hospital directors were Jews, and about 38% of the dentists. It is interesting to note which medical specialties attracted the Jew. He particularly preferred these specialties: pediatrics, mental illness, skin and sexual diseases, and gynecology.

It is probably not necessary to discuss why the Jew preferred these fields. In treating children, he had the opportunity to influence them in the desired direction at an early age. The mentally ill who were entrusted to his care were mostly more or less helpless creatures in his hands. The expensive treatments for skin and sexual diseases brought corresponding profit, and this type of treatment particularly appealed to the Jew's erotic interests. But he was most energetic in the field of gynecology. Here he not only made material profits, but his patients also became victims of his spiritual and physical poisoning. One should realize that the number of cases that have become known since the takeover of power in which Jewish doctors assaulted or attacked German women is only a fraction of the actual number of cases, since many victims kept silent out of shame or for some other reason.

This is not an empty accusation, but rather is supported by incontrovertible facts, which is shown by an area that increased during the System Era [1918-1933]: Offenses against Paragraph 218 (abortion). Many cases have come to light since the takeover of power in which these creatures, these Asian lechers— one can no longer call them human beings — did not hesitate to exploit the women entrusted to their care in the most brutal and vulgar ways. The victims were not only charged enormous fees for this criminal offense, but also had to submit to the animal inclinations of their Jewish "helpers," even just a few days before delivery.

The reasons for Jewish interest in medical science is shown to us, for example, in one of its most "famous" representatives in this area Magnus Hirschfeld, who has since passed on. Under the high-sounding name of a sexual research institute, this Jew set up a regular bordello. A nudist colony was also part of the sexual investigations of this Asiatic. He established it on a lake in Mecklenberg, from which boating excursions by naked followers of this Semite polluted the splendid German Baltic area.