A recent interview of an Italian TV channel with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has proven controversial. The top Russian diplomat was asked how Russia claims it is de-Nazifying Ukraine while the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is himself a Jewish and hence a Naziphobe.
AhlulBayt News Agency (ABNA): A recent interview of an Italian TV channel with the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has proven controversial. The top Russian diplomat was asked how Russia claims it is de-Nazifying Ukraine while the Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky is himself a Jewish and hence a Naziphobe.
“So what if [Ukrainian president Volodymyr] Zelensky is Jewish? The fact does not negate the Nazi elements in Ukraine. I believe that Hitler also had Jewish blood. It means absolutely nothing. The wise Jewish people said that the most ardent antisemites are usually Jews. Every family has its black sheep, as we say," Lavrov responded.
Lavrov's remarks provoked strong reactions from various officials and institutions in the Israeli regime. Still, it has once again brought to surface the doubts about Israeli claims and historygrphy of World War II events, especially the myth of the Nazi Germany's massacre of six million Jews in the gas chambers, known as the Holocaust.
Panic surrounding questioning the Holocaust
It should be noted that upon Lavrov's comments, all important Zionist political and media institutions reacted strongly and hysterically.
"Lavrov's statements about the roots of Adolf Hitler are very dangerous and do not reflect the truth," said Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett, adding: "lies like these are meant to blame the Jews themselves for the most terrible crimes in history, which were committed against them, and thus free the oppressors of the Jews from their responsibility. As I’ve already said, no war today is the Holocaust nor is it like the Holocaust."
The Israeli Foreign Minister Yair Lapid also angrily responded. “Foreign Minister Lavrov’s remarks are both an unforgivable and outrageous statement, as well as a terrible historical error,” Lapid said in a statement. “The lowest level of racism against Jews is to accuse Jews themselves of anti-Semitism and this requires an apology,” he added.
Communications Minister Yoaz Hendel called Lavrov’s comments “delusional” and said they were aimed at justifying the “terrible things” that Russia is doing in Ukraine.
“For historical accuracy: Hitler did not have Jewish blood and what is happening in Ukraine is outrageous,” he told Army Radio.
"These are false rhetoric against the Jews, and bad comparisons for the Nazis, Hitler and the Holocaust must be stopped," said Yair Golan, Israel's deputy economy minister.
Dani Dayan, the Chairman of Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Center, called Lavrov's comments "unfounded, delusional, and dangerous."
The center of all the condemnations by the Israeli officials was not a worry about whether Hitler had or had not Jewish blood, rather it was that there is no doubt surrounding the Holocaust and the Israeli narrative of the WWII. Basically, the Israelis are highly worried about review of their historiography in the years before and after the establishment of the fake Israeli regime, and they know very well that such a vision would pave the way for challenging the stories they established as a truth.
Hitler, the Holocaust, and the establishment of a fake regime
One of the facts that the Israelis have always tried to keep secret and create a ban on shedding light on it is related to the examination of the veracity of the documents of the Holocaust myth by historians and historical scholars. Despite the deafening claims of freedom of speech by the West, any scholar research of the Holocaust is banned and criminalized under tough domestic laws imposed by the Western governments.
In his book "Beware: Zionism", for example, Yuri Ivanov reveals a circle of Zionist leaders and members of Jewish terrorist organizations, such as David Ben-Gurion, Menachem Begin, Isaac Shamir, Ariel Sharon, and others who planned to form a Zionist state based on playing victim and creation of the Holocaust story.
In the book, Ivanov refers to the agreement reached between Adolf Eischmann, the terrorist group's accomplice in Hitler army, and representatives of the Jewish Haganah organization in the Mandatory Palestine: "According to a 1944 agreement, Eichmann will release large numbers of Jews from German camps to be sent to Palestine in exchange for tens of thousands of trucks Germany army needed to transport its units and concentrate on less vulnerable areas."
It is worth mentioning that even before the beginning of the Holocaust, the plan to settle the Jews in Palestine with the cooperation and support of Britain, whose government was influenced by the Zionist lobby, had been launched. In 1939, a policy paper was published by the British government entitled "The White Paper of 1939", in which Palestine was divided equally between Arabs and Jews, with Al-Quds (Jerusalem) called an "international green zone." The First shipment of Jews On November 26, 1940, a group of European Jewish immigrants arrived in the port of Haifa on a SS Patria French ocean liner without obtaining permission from the British government, which then had Palestine mandate.
At the same time, the Nazi government intensified the persecution of the Jews under the agreement between Eichmann, who was close to members of the Haganah terrorist organization and the Zionist leaders, and thus did the most important service to the Zionists by driving the Jews to Palestine.
"Jewish national circles are pleased with Germany's policy towards the Jews since it helps to increase the Jewish population of Palestine. One can hope that in the near future, the Jewish population will increase over the Arabs," a Zionist was quoted as saying in those years.
In fact, the secret relationship between the Zionists and the Nazi Germany began under the code name "Kristallnacht", or crystal night. At that time, two Mossad agents entered Hitler's palace and suggested acceleration of a training program that then prepared for the Zionists to move to Palestine. The Nazis, on the other side, suggested that vessels carrying Jews to Palestine should not mention a specific destination in their documents.
As a historical document, Hitler's will quoted him as saying that "it is not true that in 1939 I or someone else in Germany wanted a war. The war was waged exclusively by international politicians who were originally Jewish or worked for the Jews."
But there is no doubt that Hitler had hostile feelings towards the Jews and did not hesitate to say so. A story reveals the roots of his anti-Semitism: Hitler's grandfather was a Jewish nobleman whose house Hitler's grandmother worked for. She was raped by the wealthy landlord Leopold Frankenberger. When Hitler's father was born, Frankenberger rejected his responsibility. Therefore, in his identity card, he was marked as illegitimate and named after his mother's family Schicklgruber.
Even after the end of the WWII, the same Jewish terrorist organization, Haganah, that included Ben-Gurion, Begin, Shamir, Sharon, and others sunk the ship that carried the Jews to Haifa port and blamed Britain for the incident to prepare the ground for larger number of Jews to migrate to Palestine.
So, it should be concluded that those who had the main role in creation of the Holocaust myth had behind-the-scenes relations with Nazi Germany and Hitler himself for implementing the scheme.