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Ken Livingstone ignores Hitler’s own words on Zionism in Mein Kampf

Cross-posted by Joe

Ken Livingstone said Hitler was “supporting Zionism” before he “went mad and ended up killing six million Jews”.

This is from Mein Kampf, written in 1925. Hitler wrote about Zionism then:

The Jew’s rule in the State now appears secured to such an extent that he may not only again call himself Jew, but ruthlessly admits his final thoughts as regards nationality and politics. A part of his race even admits quite openly that it is a foreign people, however, not without again lying in this respect. For while Zionism tries to make the other part of the world believe that the national self-consciousness of the Jew finds satisfaction in the creation of a Palestinian State, the Jews again most slyly dupe the stupid goyim.

They have no thought of building up a Jewish State in Palestine, so that they might perhaps inhabit it, but they only want a central organization of their international world cheating, endowed with prerogatives, withdrawn from the seizure of others: a refuge for convicted rascals and a high school for future rogues.

But it is the sign, not only of their rising confidence, but also their feeling of safety, that now, at a time when one part of them still mendaciously plays the German, the Frenchman, or the Englishman, the other part impudently and openly documents itself as the Jewish race.

Hitler wasn’t supporting Zionism; he was saying Zionism is a Jewish trick to fool the world that Jews will be happy with a state, when actually what they want is global domination.

He also mentioned Zionism as a form of terrorism, when arguing for the authenticity of the antisemitic forgery, the Protocols of the Elders of Zion:

‘The combination of Zionism and terrorism was effective propaganda. A horrible plot to undermine society, overthrow governments, and destroy Christianity is revealed.”

So Ken Livingstone needs to go back to his history books and apologise for what he has said about Hitler.

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