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Jewish Bankers Were the Cause of Both World War 2 and the Armenian Genocide

A rare color photo of Adolf Hitler which shows his true eye color (date unknown)by David Sims

IT SHOULD be no secret to any educated person that wars are usually instigated for financial reasons. The Armenian Genocide (1915), often blamed on Turkish nationalism, was actually triggered by the Rothschild banking family, through their agent, a Jew named Emanuel Curasso. He was part of the group that led the Young Turks, whose membership was a mixture of Muslims and Jews.

The Rothschilds owned the Caspian and Black Sea Petroleum Company, which extracted oil from fields near Baku, in Azerbaijan, and shipped it to their refinery in Fiume on the Adriatic. The products were then sold throughout the Middle East. The Rothschilds wanted to eliminate ethnic conflict along the trade route, and since the Armenians were the weakest party in those conflicts, the cheapest way for the Rothschilds to get what they wanted was to eliminate the Armenians.

Likewise, the Second World War began because Germany broke away from the Jewish banking houses (including the Rothschilds). The Jewish bankers had expected Hitler to place Germany in debt with loans from their banks as his means of bringing about Germany’s economic recovery. Instead, Hitler found other means — including international barter and alternative financial systems in which the Jews didn’t have any usurious fingers in the pie.

This fact was well-understood at the time, and it was summarized by Viscount Lymington: “If we have a period of peace for only three years, the financial system of Messrs. Frankfurter, Warburg, and Baruch, and most of Wall Street, will topple of its own accord.” (Source: The New Pioneer, May 1939.)

That was the actual reason for the Second World War. Hitler was about to yank the Jewish vampire off the back of Western civilization, and that vampire did not want to be deprived of its prey. So it began a war to defend the parasitical status quo.

The invasion of Poland was a pretext. If it had been the real reason for the war, then the simultaneous invasion of Poland’s eastern half by the Soviet Union would have been just as objectionable as Germany’s invasion of Poland’s western half.

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5 Comments

  1. jack murray
    September 4, 2016 at 6:46 pm — Reply

    It is important to note that it was England and France’s declaration of war on Germany, when Germany invaded Poland,that touched off WW-2.

    It is also important to note that Germany’s invasion of Poland could be justified on the grounds that Hitler’s aim, at that time, was to restore to Germany parts of Germany that had been given to Poland at the end of WW-1.

    And finally it is important to note that the Allies had NO problem with Jew dominated Soviet Russia invading Poland at the same time and they had NO problem with Soviet Russia’s domination of eastern Europa for the next 40 years.

    And, now, look at Europa today, with her peoples so soul sick that they are not producing enough children to maintain their population levels while at the same time they have thrown open their borders to any and all non-White riff-raff that can get there and then they support these interlopers with cash handouts, while allowing them free rein to rape and pillage their way across the land.

    And behind it all, we find the heavy hand of the Jewish international bankers and Jewish media bosses pulling the strings.

  2. September 26, 2016 at 2:48 pm — Reply

    More complete information about the Rothschild oil company that instigated the Armenian Genocide:

    The Rothschilds owned (since 1884) the The Caspian and Black Sea Petroleum Company, which extracted oil from fields near Baku, in Azerbaijan, and shipped it over the Caucasus by rail to Batumi in FSR Georgia, thence to their refinery in Fiume (a port city now called Rijeka) on the Adriatic. The products, including kerosene, were then sold throughout central Europe in competition with similar products sold by the Rockefeller-owned Standard Oil company. The Rothschilds wanted to eliminate ethnic conflict along the trade route, and since the Armenians were the weakest party in those conflicts, the cheapest way for the Rothschilds to get what they wanted was to eliminate the Armenians.

  3. Kyle
    April 20, 2017 at 4:23 am — Reply

    I’m not white and will never consider myself a white nationalist. But these theories about the Jews coupled with their prominence in modern media, banking, and business circles have really convinced me. It all makes way too much sense.

  4. April 20, 2017 at 11:26 am — Reply

    The oil extracted from Azerbaijan was shipped over the Caucasus Mountains by rail to a port city called Batumi, in what is today the FSU Republic of Georgia. It was shipped by sea through the Bosporus and Dardanelles waterways, to the Mediterranean Sea, and thence to Fiume. Fiume was the name of a Croatian port city that is now named Rijeka.

  5. April 20, 2017 at 11:52 am — Reply

    Errata: The petroleum products (chief among which was kerosene) that were processed at the Rothschild refineries at Fiume were only secondarily sold in the Middle East. They were primarily sold in central Europe, in competition with similar products sold by the Rockefeller-owned Standard Oil Company.

    The ethnic tension between the Turks and Armenians, which had been a regular and on-going feature of that region’s political life for a long time, posed a risk to the Rothschilds’ shipping, and a business cost was involved in keeping that risk to a minimum.

    So, to increase their profits, the Rothschilds hatched a plan to overthrow the Turkish Sultan and exterminate the Armenian people. The former was accomplished in 1908. The latter was carried out beginning in April 1915.

    The Wikipedia article on the Armenian Genocide contains some factual matter mixed with misdirection. It is reasonably accurate about what happened to the Armenians, but it is deceptive about who the villains were and what their motivation was.

    The Wiki article on the Armenian Genocide sets the blame for it on “the Three Pashas” and uses proximity of mention to lead readers to infer that these Three Pashas were leaders of the Turkish Nationalists. But no such thing is true. If you then read the Wiki article on “Three Pashas,” you will be told that they were members of “The Committee of Union and Progress,” which was the original name for a group that was afterward called the Young Turks.

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