Every once in a while the jew press does reveal things which are most telling about themselves and their real worldview. When they do so they kind of slip – they actually reveal some true things about history which they usually deny. On 29 December 2016, David B. Green at HAARETZ did this very thing – spectacularly. The header of the entry posted online is only the beginning:

HAARETZ story headerA variation of this image was posted on the free speech social network, GAB – a truly worthwhile alternative to Twitter highly endorsed by FFP. The individual who posted that version highlighted the ‘ANTIFASCHISTISCHE AKTION’ banner on the building, center right. As one can easily see, this is exact in detail to the american ‘Antifascist Action’ (ANTIFA) logo with the exception of the change from German to English. Upon looking at an enlarged version of this image this banner seems a bit odd – almost as if it was superimposed onto the building post-shoot. Whatever the case, it’s clear that HAARETZ wanted it to be seen as part of the story.

The headline says a lot. This communist extremist, Werner Scholem, is clearly regarded as some kind of unsung hero. He’s referred to as having been ‘patriotic’ – the man who ‘[t]hanklessly [h]ead Germany’s [c]ommunist [p]arty.’ This begs the question: whom do the editors at HAARETZ suggest should be thankful to this communist agitator? The answer becomes clear in the article.

Green notes with pride that Werner was:

The older brother of Gershom Scholem, who as a Zionist immigrated to pre-state Palestine, where he became one of the countrys [sic] best-known intellectuals…

Green also notes:

…Werner Scholem was one of the first people arrested after the Nazis took power in 1933.

Here is where the first interesting point comes into play. Green presents this arrest as most jews do – automatically he expects that the reader should take in a breath and give a sigh. Oh Scholem, he must surely have been a great man if those evil Nazis arrested him among the first. But was it really incomprehensible that a government would arrest an enemy of the state – particularly after a very recent coup against the elected government by communist forces?

Green goes on:

A Jewish assimilationist and German nationalist, the father often came into conflict with his politicized sons, particularly the revolutionary Werner and the Zionist Gerhard (later Gershom).

We now find that Werner knocked heads with his own father. Apparently father was a true ‘patriot’ who found a love for his country and didn’t have any problems joining in with civil society. A man like that would surely find it difficult to bend over to his ‘politicized…revolutionary’ sons. In all appearances it seems that the father, Arthur Scholem, should be considered the real hero in this tale. Perhaps if more jews were as loyal to their country the entire conflict between the revolutionaries and the nationalists might not have ever had to occur by necessity.

Going on:

After a youthful dalliance with Zionism, as a member of the “Jung Juda,” in the years before World War I, Werner moved on to the Social Democratic Workers Youth.

We find that Werner’s ‘youthful dalliance with Zionism’ precedes his jump into an organized marxist socialist party. Least this move appear too closely related Green adds – in parentheses:

(His correspondence with Gershom shows that the brothers debated ideology throughout Werners life, and that Gershom never stopped trying to convince him to study Hebrew and return to Zionism.)

Apparently one brother chose ersatz isreal, the other chose the world. We’ll see that the communist Werner wasn’t so much interested in Germany as a nation, but rather international communism instead.

Green now presents the ‘patriot’ Scholem in a most interesting light:

A pacifist, Werner Scholem tried to avoid service in the kaisers army during World War I. He was drafted, however, in 1915, and the following year was wounded in the foot while serving at the Serbian front.

In 1917, he was arrested while attending an anti-war demonstration while in uniform, on Kaiser Wilhelms birthday, and was briefly jailed.

This ‘patriot’ did what so many other jews did before, during, and after WWI – he rejected his ‘patriotic’ duty as a conscripted soldier citing ‘pacifism’. When this obviously didn’t work he conveniently got ‘wounded in the foot’ when facing battle. This ‘pacifist’ who shunned his military duty wasn’t so anti-militarism though when it came to fighting in the streets against the government and the nation now at war – he saw fit to wear the uniform while joining in with his fellow communists creating civil unrest.

This war-time anti-government agitator was duly arrested and jailed. This wasn’t during the National Socialist regime either – obviously Scholem wasn’t pegged as an enemy of the state only during the evil Nazi regime.

After he had a taste of the revolutionary spirit Scholem went on to the tried and true path of jewish politics:

Scholem moved on to the Independent Social Democratic Party and then the Communist, and began working as a journalist, first for the Hallesches Volksblatt and later as editor of the Communists Red Flag newspaper.

Fighting in the streets is for the peons – you only get thrown in jail – now journalism, oh the things we can do. Scholem embraced his inner internationalist commie and went full Red.

Here Green gives his obligatory anti-semite rhetoric its first try:

Having joined the Communists in 1920, Scholem was elected the following year to the Prussian Landtag (parliament), its youngest member ever. Yet, whenever he spoke in the body, he was greeted with anti-Semitic heckling.

Scholem wasn’t being heckled for being jewish, he was heckled for being communist. The fact that he stood in Parliament – Prussian Parliament no less – shows that his jewishness wasn’t an issue. His political ideology was. Stupid try Mr. Green.

Now we start getting to what Green obviously finds so heroic:

Even so, in 1924, he ascended to the national leadership of the party, and was elected to the Weimar Republics [sic] national parliament, the Reichstag. Hence, according to historians Miriam Zadoff and Noam Zadoff, that, For [sic] about a year he was one of the most powerful figures in Europes [sic] largest Communist party outside the Soviet Union.

Does anyone else find this vaunted praise for Scholem’s power as head communist outside the Soviet Union rather disturbing? Green is obviously endorsing – to the greatest extent – Scholem’s communist power with no embarrassment whatsoever. In so doing, he is perfectly illustrating Adolf Hitler’s argument which goes back to the early 1920s – the jews were consciously pursuing an internationalist communist agenda using Germany as its central European base. It was not the fact that they were jewish alone which put them on the subversive radar – it was that they were, by-and-large, communist. And not only communist party members, but powerful leaders who were driving the entire apparatus. Green may think that this is some kind of virtuous role to play, but Germany did not – the German political thinkers knew full well that communism was not what they wanted for the German people. They didn’t want to become part of the enslaving internationalist clique determined to destroy Western Civilization. It’s audacious and astounding that Green presents Scholem as a ‘thankless patriot’ in this regard…truly remarkable.

Here’s where Green’s eulogy gets really interesting:

But with the ascent of Stalin to power in Moscow, the suppression of the Trotskyite camp (and Jews in general), and the ideological change from internationalism to support for socialism in a single country, Scholem lost his anchor in the party.

Once again, Green presents this scenario as if the ‘jews in general’ are the target of anti-semitic forces. It’s the old Stalin oppressing the jews fairytale. This isn’t the time to discuss the now known fallacies of this story-line, suffice it to say that Stalin wasn’t anti-semitic, Stalin was anti-internationalist. It’s the same difference between Werner and his brother pointed out earlier.


In December 1926, he was summoned to Moscow to justify his ideological positions, and returned to Berlin having been purged from the party leadership. Scholem moved into the so-called ultra-left of Germanys [sic] Communist Party, but soon entered law school, with the intention of taking up a new career.

Green identifies Scholem has having been directly aligned with Moscow in his communist pursuits. Quite revealing in that the National Socialists always identified the communists in Germany as being directly under the control of Moscow, who were in turn directly under the control of the jewish financiers who fronted the funds for all of their exploits. This is one of those revelations which is often denied by the jew, and it vindicates the National Socialist’s position.

Another point to consider in this paragraph is the fact that Scholem was so far left and so far gone in his internationalist slant that even Stalin himself would have nothing to do with him. That’s saying something when one thinks about it. Again, when ‘patriotic’ Scholem finds his ideological extremism isn’t being embraced by the German people at large he wanders into the next field of jewish influence – law. Oh what we can do if we can only write the laws!

But alas:

He had nearly finished his studies at the time the Nazis came to power, in February 1933. On the same day the Reichstag was set on fire, he was arrested, and held on bizarre charges. Even after the charges were dropped, however, Scholem remained in custody, first in Lichtenburg camp, followed by Torgau, Dachau, and finally Buchenwald.

What the ‘bizarre charges’ are Green doesn’t say. The charges are dropped but Scholem remains detained. Green uses the ‘[e]ven after the charges were dropped’ line to infer that there was no other possible reason that this ultra-left communist extremist should have been detained. Yeah, the National Socialist’s are vindicated more and more as the story unfolds. And this point is truly made when one considers this: even though this anti-government extremist is arrested and incarcerated he is never faced with the ultimate punishment for treason – execution. This would-be revolutionary is seen for what he is: a communist crackpot who needed to be kept safely away from the public. In Scholem’s communist paradise a subversive such as he was would probably have ended up dead, or placed into a mental hospital for ‘re-programming’ – but not so in National Socialist Germany. He was incarcerated with all of the other political prisoners who were considered either dangerous or subversively unwilling to share in national life.

In today’s liberal marxist ‘democracies’ this seems harsh – but in today’s liberal marxist ‘democracies’ there are no higher standards expected in the populace. Post WWI Germany was rebuilding – the people and the leadership set their shoulders to the wheel and were determined to get out of the hole dug for them by previous conflicts. They decided to unite as a nation and create better lives for themselves and future generations. They didn’t have the time, patience, or resources to waste and be bothered by anti-German communist crackpot extremists like Werner Scholem.

The next paragraph in Green’s narrative is worthy of a ‘seriously, just wow’ moment.

During his imprisonment, Scholem acted as a jailhouse lawyer for many of his fellow prisoners. There is evidence that his murder, on July 17, 1940, though carried out by an SS guard, who shot him, ostensibly, while he was trying to escape, was really undertaken at the urging of Stalinist inmates at Buchenwald, who still viewed Scholem as an ideological enemy.

First, consider this: Buchenwald is thought of around the world as one of Hitler’s infamous ‘death camps’ – yet here we find Scholem acting as ‘jailhouse lawyer for many of his fellow prisoners.’ How many ‘holocaust’ writers point out that prison camp inmates had recourse to the law? That there was a system to present grievances in place for political prisoners during the German National Socialist State?

Green really pours it on with the rest of this paragraph. It is so convoluted and absurd one would probably laugh if it wasn’t so disingenuous. Scholem is ‘murder[ed]’ – the implication is that there was something nefarious afoot. Even today when a prisoner is shot while trying to escape the press hardly if ever refers to it as a ‘murder’ by prison guards – it’s seen for what it is, a prison guard doing his job in keeping potentially harmful individuals from escaping into the population at large. It’s not up to the guard to decide if he should shoot, it’s his job to protect the public.

And how bizarre these insinuations are. Green would have the reader believe that there was a conspiracy between the SS guard and Stalinist inmates to murder this ridiculous marginalized buffoon. And of course there’s ‘evidence’ to prove this – the jew always has ‘evidence’ which more often than not never stands up to scrutiny but that’s not put forth in Green’s narrative, and it really doesn’t need to be. The purpose for this conspiracy being presented is to put Scholem into a heroic light – this great ‘thankless patriot’ who faced down the evil nazis and even Joseph Stalin himself.

A final note regarding this conspiracy: Anyone the least bit familiar with the high standards of discipline instilled in every member of the elite SS would know that these Men would never join in conspiracy with anyone or anything associated with Bolshevik Russia. Also, an SS Man would never put it upon himself to ‘murder’ a prison inmate at the behest of another inmate of any type. If there is ‘evidence’ to support this absurd claim it can surely be looked at with suspicion.

To summarize, this story written by David B. Green and published at HAARETZ online is almost too bizarre to view in any reasonable light. Reasonable that is until one considers a motive. This motive goes back to the header image. What stands out is the ‘ANTIFASCHISTISCHE AKTION’ banner. This entire ode of praise to an internationalist communist extremist is aimed at today’s ANTIFA radicals. Green is attempting to provide a new hero to this generation of ideological communists – and HAARETZ is all too willing to endorse this absurd jew as the standard bearer for the new internationalist peons in the streets.

Everything in Green’s post points to the absolutely rational actions by the German governments – of both Reichs. Sholem wasn’t singled out as a ‘jew’ – he was arrested and incarcerated every time for his involvements with subversive elements hell bent on destroying the government and the state. Would that today’s governments have the nerve to deal with these violent and disgusting subversives as did the German governments.

But in today’s west, the governments are controlled by the very same entity that put the communists into power in Russia and the communist-lite socialists into power in the west. There are no true Patriot Heroes left to challenge this revolting reality – the internationalist jew saw to that when it destroyed the one last holdout against its control…National Socialist Germany.