Thursday, 27 July 2017

Jewish Helene Mayer's Sieg Heil salute after winning the silver medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympics

  
Sieg Heil!


Helene Mayer of Germany raises her right arm in a Nazi salute after winning silver at the 1936 Berlin Olympics alongside Ellen Preis of Austria (bronze) and Hungary’s Ilona Elek-Schakerer (gold). Photo: Getty Images
 Jewish Helene Mayer of Germany raises her right arm in a "sieg heil" salute after winning the silver medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. Oy vey!


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 White US American woman kisses Adolf Hitler at the 1936 Olympics!  Oy vey!
 
 St. Jacob's Church Swatika on Bell - Oy vey!

Hitler's Jewish Soldiers 
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Wehrmacht Private Werner Goldberg
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"The Ideal German Soldier"
By Jerry Klinger 
"The Ideal German Soldier"
"In hardly any people in the world is the instinct of selfpreservation developed more strongly than in the so called "chosen."...What people, finally, has gone through greater upheavals than this one – and nevertheless issued from the mightiest catastrophes of mankind unchanged? What an infinitely tough will to live and preserve the species from these facts."
Adolf Hitler
3 – Mein Kampf
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In 1940, Unteroffizier Dieter Bergmann wrote to his Jewish grandmother, Elly Landesberg nee Moackrauer:
"Don’t you realize how much I’m with my whole being rooted in Germany. My life would be very sad without my homeland, without the wonderful German art, without the belief in Germany’s powerful past and the powerful future that awaits Germany. Do you think that I can
tear that all out of my heart?...Don’t I also have an obligation to my parents, to my brother who showed his love to our Fatherland by dying a hero’s death on the battlefield....Someday, I want to be a German amongst Germans and no longer a second-class citizen only because my
wonderful mother is Jewish."
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"Under traditional Jewish law, a child born to a Jewish mother, no matter whom the father may have been, is Jewish.... I am confused.... Who is a Jew? What is a Jew? When are you a Jew?
What if you do not want to be a Jew? Can we choose?"
William Rabinowitz
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Above left: Half-Jew General Helmut Wilberg, who served as a Luftwaffe General. [HW], [15 – JAS].  
Middle: Half–Jew General Johannes Zuckertort. [15 – JAS]  
Right: Half-Jew Colonel Walter H. Hoellander, who received the Knight’s Cross of the Iron Cross, one of the highest medals awarded for bravery in the field. [WH], [15 – JAS]
WEDNESDAY 26 JULY 2017




"You vill train zo vee can cut you from zee team."


NY Times: Margaret Bergmann Lambert: Jewish Athlete Excluded From Berlin Olympics, Dies at 103


REBUTTAL BY
Today's lyric to the song that never ends, sung to us by sports-writer Ira Berkow (ya think that moniker merits a cough cough?) tells of Margaret Bergmann Lambert, a female German-Jew high-jumper who, it is alleged, was barred from the 1936 Berlin Olympics "because she was Jewish." Yenta Lambert died at her home in Queens, New York at 103, prompting a full Piranha Press eulogy in both Germany and America.
Our first reaction to the retelling of her "sad story" of lost opportunity was to think out loud: How many non-Jews get to compete for the Israeli Olympic team? Would it really have been such a horrible thing if Germany had restricted the membership of its Olympic team to, you know, actual Germans?
Apart from the non-issue of the alleged "anti-Semitic" TM ban of Yenta Lambert in 1936, a careful reading "between the lines" of this article, as well as other sources, indicates that the story of the poor oppressed Jewish girl athlete may not be what is seems. Is anything ever what it seems with these people? Let's dig deeper, and with a critical eye.


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Pulitzer Prize winner Berkow pays tribute to Margaret Bergmann Lambert. But is the story really true?
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Berkow: In June 1936, just a month before the Olympics, Ms. Lambert, then known as Gretel Bergmann, won a meet against some of the best German high jumpers with a leap of 5 feet 3 inches. That height tied a German record.
Analysis: So, she was a champion-calibre athlete. Fair enough. Continue.
Berkow: But that she was allowed to take part in the meet was, as she later said, a “charade”: a propaganda tool to show the world that Germany was unbiased in its Olympic team selections.
Analysis: Wait a second! That doesn't make any sense! If Germany was so determined to show the world that its Olympic selection process was unbiased, then wouldn't the fact that Lambert was allowed to compete in a meet, tie a German record, and then get passed over all serve to highlight Germany's discrimination against Jewish athletes? Already, something smells gefilte-fishy here.
Berkow: It was a cynical response to organized movements, particularly in the United States, that were urging nations not to send teams to Berlin unless the Germans demonstrated that they did not discriminate.
Analysis: I don't know about that, Ira. It sounds speculative. What other evidence of discrimination can you present.
Berkow: In fact, the Germans had no intention of sending her to the Olympics, and Ms. Lambert had been coerced into training. Threats were made against her family if she refused.
Analysis: So, the big bad Germans "coerced" her into training by "threatening her family?" All so they could cut her from the team in in end? "You vill train zo vee can cut you from zee team."  Now we know that this is bullshit!

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While we're on the subject of the 1936 Olympics, the images above show Hitler's amused reaction to an American woman -- who had evaded his guards -- and planted a kiss on him as he was enjoying the games. More great photos like this in "Hitler Photo Album."


Berkow (quoting Lambert): “It was a terrible shock,” she told Newsday in 2015, “because I was the best.”
Analysis: We still don't have enough information. But we do know that "the best" don't always make the Olympic team. If an athlete has a poor showing during an Olympic qualifying event, the past performances mean nothing. Many a world class athlete, due to competing with a slight injury or just having a bad day, has been cut from an Olympic team.
Berkow: With anti-Semitism on the rise in Germany — she recalled signs in shops declaring, “No dogs or Jews allowed”
Analysis: That's terrible! How can anyone not like dogs?
Berkow: .. she left home at 19 and moved to England, where she won the British high-jump championship in 1935.
Analysis: Good for her. Why didn't she try out for the British team then?
Berkow: But when the Nazis pressured her father to bring her home, she returned to Germany to seek a position on the Olympic team.
Analysis: (palm to face, shaking head, sighing) Let me get this straight. She left Germany, but the "Nazis" wanted her to come back and train for the German team so badly that they "pressured" her father --- just so they could show the world that they were really trying hard to put a Jew on the team, before cutting her anyway?
Berkow: Shortly after winning that June meet, held at Adolf Hitler Stadium in Stuttgart, she received a letter from Nazi officials informing her that she had not qualified. “Looking back on your recent performances,” the letter stated, “you could not possibly have expected to be chosen for the team.”
Analysis: As previously stated, when it comes to Olympic selection, a few bad performances at critical meets cancel out whatever records one may have set previously. It doesn't mean she was cut because she was Jewish.
Berkow: Ms. Lambert continued to compete in track and field events, but for only a few more years. She won the United States women’s high-jump and shot-put championships in 1937 and the high jump again in 1938. She was preparing to try out for the 1940 United States Olympic team when war broke out in Europe, after which she focused her attention on trying to get her parents out of Germany, which she was eventually able to do.
Analysis: To recap: In 1934, she's a "German." In 1934, an "Englishwoman." In 1936, a "German" again. In 1937, an "American."
Berkow: That spring Ms. Lambert received a letter from Walter Troger, the president of the German Olympic Committee, inviting her and her husband to be guests at the Atlanta Olympics. “We feel that Mrs. Lambert was not treated adequately at the time of the Berlin Olympics,” Mr. Troger later told The New York Times. “We wanted to do something for her; we felt she deserved it.”
Analysis: What a good little self-flagellating modern German you are, Herr Troger.
Berkow: (quoting Lambert): “I don’t hate all Germans anymore, though I did for a long time,” Ms. Lambert said.
Analysis: That's mighty magnanimous of you, Ms. Lambert.
Berkow: (quoting Lambert): “But I’m aware of many Germans trying to make up for wrongs as well as they know how. And, yes, I felt that the young people of Germany should not be held responsible for what their elders did.”
Analysis: What "their elders did" was save Germany from the perpetual debt slavery of the Versailles Treaty and moral degeneracy of Jewish Bolshevism. You got a problem with that, lady?

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"Youse guys" started it, Ms. Lambert. Not the Germans!

In closing, we dug up more fake history on Ms. Lambert from the Jewish Virtual Library.
JVL: Word travelled fast of her successes, and Germany was intently listening. German officials threatened Bergmann and told her that her family would be killed if she did not return to Germany (from Britain) and compete for their national team. So she left the safety of England and headed back into Nazi territory. 
Analysis: Rubbish on its face!
JVL: German participants were told that Bergmann could not compete due to an injury...
Analysis: There it is. Ms. Lambert was injured at not at full capacity. We fully believe the Germans.
JVL: .. and her Jewish counterpart Helene Mayer was the only German Jew to actually compete in the games. 
Analysis:  Wait a second? Did we hear that correctly? A Jew on the German Olympic team? No way! Could you repeat that, please?
JVL: .. and her Jewish counterpart Helene Mayer was the only German Jew to actually compete in the games. (here)
Analysis: Thanks for that admission. Wow, just wow. File the story of Margaret Bergmann Lambert along with the tales of "lamp shades," and "gas chambers" and "shrunken heads" etc.
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Well now --- look at what the Crazed Conspiracy Cat just dragged in...

Helene Mayer of Germany raises her right arm in a Nazi salute after winning silver at the 1936 Berlin Olympics alongside Ellen Preis of Austria (bronze) and Hungary’s Ilona Elek-Schakerer (gold). Photo: Getty Images
Jewish Helene Mayer of Germany raises her right arm in a "sieg heil" salute after winning the silver medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympics. 
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Boobus Americanus 1: I read in The New York Times today about a recently deceased woman who was barred from Germany's 1936 Olympic team just because she was Jewish.
Boobus Americanus 2: That's horrible. Hitler also snubbed Jesse Owens at the 1936 Olympics just because he was Black.

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Achtung!  Photoshopped image!
 Sugar: That'ss a bunch of $&^*#&%$ boobusss! Hitler actually sshook handss and took a photo with Owenss.
 Editor: Just to keep the record clear, the story of the Hitler-Owens handshake and photo is real (here), as are all the other photos posted in this piece --- but the Owens-Hitler image above is photo-shopped.
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Standing proudly at the center of a tiny village deep in German wine country, from the outside there is nothing remarkable about the church of St. Jacob save its beauty.

But locked away inside its 1,000-year-old tower is an exciting secret - a bell emblazoned with a Swastika and the inscription: 'Everything for the fatherland. Adolf Hitler.'
While the grim heirloom has gone largely unnoticed for the last 82 years, a recent report in a local newspaper has brought jewish outcry to the 700-person town of Herxheim am Berg.
Since discovering the tribute, 73-year-old Sigrid Peters, the antifascist church organist, is demanding it be removed, saying it is not right that christenings and marriages are marked by ringing a bell celebrating the National Socialist.
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But pastor Helmut Meinhardt believes the church should keep using the bell, while mayor Ronald Becker told The Local that trying to remove the inscription could alter the sound, and would cost upward of £40,000.
Some, including bell expert Birgit Müller, are even arguing that it should be protected under historic conservation laws - saying there are no other known examples.

 The Telegraph

8:00AM GMT 09 Mar 2014
 The Jews who fought for Hitler: 'We did not help the Germans. We had a common enemy'

They fought alongside them, healed them, and often befriended them. But how do Finland's Jews feel today about their uneasy - and little mentioned - alliance with the Nazis?

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Leo Skurnik, a Jewish medical officer (second row, second from right), was awarded an Iron Cross 
 
 

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