Die Judisch Internationale - The International Jewry – An important early publication against Nazi antisemitism in its early years, which came out in Germany, published by Dr. Bruno Weil, Verlag fur Politik und Wirtschaft, Berlin 1924 – first edition.
An early publication in Germany against Nazi racial theory. The author points to the danger in the speeches Hitler was giving at that time, from which it was very clear that he marked the Jews of the entire world as enemy number 1 of Germany. He notes the fact that in 1921 the antisemitic press called to establish an "Alliance Antijuive Universelle" - "International League Against the Jews", and proves how the concept of an "International Jewry" as one unified body is an invented notion relying on the basic assumptions of the theorists of the new antisemitism in the "Protocols of the Elders of Zion" and similar writings, and that any connection between it and reality is entirely coincidental. He shows the absurdity of antisemitic claims about the desire and attempt of the Jews to take over the entire world, "any sane mind would ask how is it possible that even the 15 million Jews in the whole world, the maximal number accepted, can influence the will of over one and a half billion people living in the whole world... The existence of a Jewish secret pursuing its Jewish tendencies for world domination can only stem from antisemitic minds...". And he points to the danger of Nazi racial theory as being much more destructive than the "classic" antisemitism of the Middle Ages which hated Jews because of differences in religion, not race. He also points to the contradictions and absurdity in the claim of Aryan racial superiority, and shows how German scientists and researchers themselves disagree in their opinions about what constitutes the superior race and how to define it.
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