In 1939 – 20,000 Nazi-Sympathizing Americans… :: By Geri Ungurean

In 1939 – 20,000 Nazi-Sympathizing Americans Celebrate Rise of Hitler 

Growing up in a Jewish family, I knew all too well that many people harbored HATRED in their hearts for my people.

I remember my dad telling me that we were the world’s Scapegoat. I asked him why. He said that we were hated on the earth for so many centuries, but he didn’t know how to explain it.

It became something that I just accepted, but it made me sad and worried that one day people would attempt to harm my family. I was a tomboy, and played QB on an all-boys football team in our neighborhood. No one could through a spiral pass like me.

So the boys fought over who would have me on their team. In the midst of these boys were some who showed blatant hatred for Jews. I was called dirty Jew – Kike – Christ killer, and the list went on and on.

I would give a warning to any boy who would call me and my family these names. I gave one warning and told the boy that if he said it again, I would beat him to a pulp. I was always a very skinny kid – but wiry and strong.

Naturally, the boy would shout out another slur against me, and then I had to make good on my threat. Invariably, the boy would run home to tell his mama that “the Jew girl” beat him up. The mother would come marching out of their house towards me, waving her finger at me and calling me the Jew hater names. I figured that these kids had to learn this despicable behavior in their homes.

The bigoted mother would yell at her son, “Don’t play with that Jew girl.” I would yell back, “Tell your son not to call me names, and then I’ll stop beating him up!”

Fast forward to the 1990’s

All of our neighbors surrounding our home are Catholics, except for one atheist family. I remember talking to our next-door neighbor one day, and she pointed at a very large car in another neighbor’s driveway. She called it a “Jew Canoe.” I told her that I was Jewish and that I did not appreciate her remark.

She watched herself after that.

One day, this woman’s son came knocking at our door wanting to play with the kids. I let him in and then was shocked as I looked at his jacket and saw a shining swastika. I looked him square in the eyes and asked, “Do you know what that is on your jacket?” He responded quickly that it was a swastika and he wore it out of his love for Hitler. I want the reader to know that I am NOT embellishing these stories.

I proceeded to lecture him on the satanic evil of Adolph Hitler. He told me that his parents had a bookcase filled with books about Hitler. He told me that he was taught by his parents that Hitler was a good man. I told him that he would NEVER be welcomed into our home wearing a swastika.  He went home and never again tried to befriend my children.

Why I am telling you these stories

From Steven Berg on FB speaking about the 20,000 Nazi-sympathizing Americans gathered at Madison Square Garden:

This is one of the scariest clips I have ever seen. It is a rally held in 1939 in support of the Nazi Party. 20,000 people attended. Where was it held? Madison Square Garden!!!

Everyone is telling us Jews we are being paranoid about the resurgence of antisemitism in America, and that Congresswoman Omar just misspoke and did not mean to question our loyalty to America. Yet she kept repeating the refrain in different venues. Jews have learned to take someone at their word.

The questioning of our loyalty in a country has ALWAYS been the first step. I was hurt by Speaker Nancy Pelosi explaining away Representative Omar’s questioning our patriotism as “she just didn’t understand what she was saying.”

I believe that Omar knew exactly what she was saying. Adolf Hitler made the same claims in Mein Kampf accusing us of dual loyalty. Then he killed 6 million of our brothers and sisters.

That sacrifice was questioned by Majority Whip Jim Clyburn earlier this week. I do not recognize the Democratic Party anymore and find myself deeply hurt. I say this as an elected Democrat, member of the Democratic County Committee and a lifelong Democrat. I don’t know that I can in good conscience stay within a party that is suspect of my loyalty to this amazing country.

My children’s grandfather fought in the US Army. I have loved and worked to build this country all of my life. I spent years training police officers to do their job in a more tolerant and kind way. I feel for the first time in my lifetime that perhaps “my kind” is not wanted here anymore. The hurt runs deep. I hope the Democratic Party can come to its senses and understand that when someone like Congresswoman Omar comes for the Jews, we are only her first stop.

I want to show the reader some shocking videos which were shared with me recently. This gathering of 20,000 Nazi sympathizers took place at Madison Square Garden!  You will see Nazis beat up a Jewish man who came to protest.”

A Night at the Garden <click to watch Nazi gathering

Bund Nazi Parade in 1939 <click to watch Bund Parade

From  (excerpt)

Nazi Summer Camps in America

Camp Siegfried    

Camp Siegfried, a summer camp which taught Nazi ideology, was located in Yaphank, New York, on Long Island. It was owned by the German American Bund, an American Nazi organization devoted to promoting a favorable view of Nazi Germany, and was operated by the German American Settlement League (GASL). Camp Siegfried was one of many such camps in the US in the 1930s, including Camp Hindenberg in Grafton, Wisconsin, Camp Nordland in Andover, New Jersey, and Deutschhorst Country Club in Sellersville, Pennsylvania.  source


The chilling night when 20,000 Americans celebrated the rise of Nazism

Nazism was a phrase that came about in the 1930s when the National Socialist German Workers’ Party was on the horizon. Today it’s associated with Hitler and the terrible things he did with the lead-up to and during World War

America: Freedom of Speech

America was founded in 1776 with the Declaration of Independence. This was after the war with Great Britain, that started the American Revolution. Freedom of speech and expression is protected by the Constitution of the United States. The Bill of Rights limits the power of the federal government. The citizens of the United States have the right to speak their mind and voice their opinion. Knowing this, many citizens feel they can protest against the government and the press can print freely.


Hitler was a soldier for Germany in the first World War. He was very angry about the aftermath of the war and how Germany was treated. He slowly made his way into politics and joined the Nazi Socialist German Workers’ Party. In 1933 he was elected as leader and won; he was now Prime Minister of Germany. Hitler, now in power, wanted to get payback for how Germany was treated after World War 1. He spoke out against the Jews, and how he wanted to cleanse Germany. He wanted to regain territory that the Germans lost during World War 1. Hitler said that Germany’s problem was the Jews.

Madison Garden 1939

Madison Square Garden located in New York City was a place where they held a rally for allegiance with the Nazi Party in February 1939. The man speaking says, even in America, cleanse the people; be rid of the Jews, who control the media and the business world; there needs to be one race in the US.

These statements sounded exactly like Hitler was saying in Europe.

A country that has so much freedom of speech can have repercussions. There can be so much speech of hate that goes on right under the nose of the government. But these protesters know that they are protected by the Bill of Rights and the Constitution of the United States. source


Exclusive – D’Souza: The Hitler-Sanger Connection

“More children from the fit; less from the unfit—that is the chief issue of birth control” – Margaret Sanger, Birth Control Review

Margaret Sanger, the founder of Planned Parenthood, has an ignoble legacy as a racist who addressed the Ku Klux Klan and initiated a Negro Project to reduce the population of poor, uneducated African Americans whom she considered unfit to reproduce themselves. This Margaret Sanger—the real Margaret Sanger—is completely whitewashed in Parenthood propaganda, which deceitfully portrays Sanger as a champion of reproductive “choice.”

Even more incriminating than Sanger’s racism, however, is her close association with Nazism. Sanger was part of a community of American progressives who championed two remedies to get rid of “unfit” populations. The first was forced sterilization, which was Sanger’s preferred solution.

Sanger wanted to make it look like the sterilizations were voluntary. In a 1932 article, Sanger called for women to be segregated from the larger community onto “farms and homesteads” where they would be “taught to work under competent instructors” and prevented from reproducing “for the period of their entire lives.” If the women didn’t want to live this way, they could get out of it by consenting to be sterilized.

The other progressive solution was “euthanasia,” which basically involved killing off the sick, the aged, and the physically and mentally disabled. One of Sanger’s colleagues, the California progressive Paul Popenoe, called for “lethal chambers” so that large numbers of “unfit” people could be systematically lined up and killed.

The Nazis learned about these American programs, and enthusiastically adopted them. As Edwin Black documents in his book The War Against the Weak, the Nazi sterilization law of 1933 and the subsequent Nazi euthanasia laws were both based on blueprints drawn up by Sanger, Popenoe and other American progressives.

In fact, the “lethal chambers” the Nazis employed using carbon monoxide gas to kill off “imbeciles” and other undesirables were the first death camps. Later these very facilities were expanded into Hitler’s “final solution” for the Jews, using many of the same medical personnel who manned the euthanasia killing facilities.

Sanger’s close associate, Clarence Gamble, who funded Sanger and spoke at her conferences, and Lothrop Stoddard, who published in Sanger’s magazine and served on the board of her American Birth Control League, both knew about the Nazi sterilization and euthanasia programs and praised them. Stoddard traveled to Germany where he met with top Nazi officials and even secured an audience with Hitler. His 1940 book Into the Darkness is a paean to Hitler and Nazi eugenics.

Sanger too was on board. In 1933, Sanger’s magazine Birth Control Review published an article on “Eugenic Sterilization” by Ernst Rudin, chief architect of the Nazi sterilization program and mentor of Josef Mengele, the notorious Nazi doctor at Auschwitz. Sanger’s magazine also reprinted a pamphlet that Rudin had prepared for British eugenicists.

Writing in 1938, when the Nazi program was in full swing, Sanger urged America to follow Hitler’s example. Using the language of Social Darwinism—the same language that Hitler uses in Mein Kampf—Sanger wrote, “In animal industry, the poor stock is not allowed to breed. In gardens, the weeds are kept down.” America, Sanger concluded, must learn from the Nazis and carry out nature’s own mandate of getting rid of “human weeds.”

Hitler never quotes Margaret Sanger, but he was inspired by the writings of two of her associates, Leon Whitney of the American Eugenics Society and Madison Grant of the New York Zoological Society. During the 1930s, Whitney on one occasion visited Grant to proudly show him a letter he had just received from Hitler requesting a copy of Whitney’s book The Case for Sterilization.

Not to be outdone, Grant pulled out his own letter from Hitler, which praised Grant for writing The Passing of the Great Race, a book Hitler called his eugenic “Bible.” This incident shows how progressive eugenicists in America were well aware of their impact on Hitler and proud of their association with him.

Another example of progressive enthusiasm for Hitler involves Charles Goethe, founder of the Eugenics Society of Northern California, who upon returning from a 1934 fact-finding trip to Germany, wrote a congratulatory letter to his fellow progressive Eugene Gosney, head of the San Diego-based Human Betterment Foundation.

“You will be interested to know,” Goethe’s letter said, “that work has played a powerful part in shaping the opinions of the group of intellectuals who are behind Hitler in this epoch-making program. Everywhere I sensed that their opinions have been tremendously stimulated by American thought, and particularly by the work of the Human Betterment Foundation. I want you, my dear friend, to carry this thought with you for the rest of your life.”

If Planned Parenthood and the Left today want to get away from this sordid history, they must stop denying it. Rather, they should repudiate and distance themselves from Sanger and her fellow progressives, who were not only racial bigots but also inspired some of the worst atrocities of the twentieth century.

Dinesh D’Souza’s new book The Big Lie: Exposing the Nazi Roots of the American Left is published by Regnery.  source

Brethren, I wrote this article to help those who are discerning the times, to connect the dots. I wrote it to show Americans the horrific EVIL which permeated the minds of so many Americans in 1939. Remember – History repeats itself.

And most of all, I wrote this as a warning: Ilhan Omar is so DANGEROUS to our nation. She is the face of the Third Reich in these times. Her hatred of Jews matches the hatred seen in Hitler’s Germany AND in America before WWII broke out.

TRUE Evangelicals MUST vote in 2020!!! Do you see? Can you understand what is at stake?? I pray that this article finds its way to many “sleeping” Christians. If they’re coming for the Jews – they are coming for the Remnant of believers as well!

WAKE UP!!!!!!

How Can I Be Saved?

Shalom b’Yeshua


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