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Responses to Jewish Lackeys
by Kurt Hilmar Eitzen

There are still Jewish lackeys today who attempt to disrupt our storm attack on the Jewish world rulers, trying to
stop us or even cause us to fall. The following hints show how one can reply to these arguments by our
opponents, or even turn their arguments against them.

Argument: "You say that religion is a private matter. But you fight against the Jewish religion!"
Counterargument: "Actually, the Jewish religion is nothing other than a doctrine to preserve the Jewish race."
(Adolf Hitler). "In resisting all government attempts to nationalize them, the Jews build a state within the state
(Count Helmuth von Moltke). "To call this state a 'religion' was one of the cleverest tricks ever invented." (Adolf
Hitler). "From this first lie that Jewry is a religion, not a race, further lies inevitably follow." (Adolf Hitler).

Argument: "There are decent Jews, after all!"

Counterargument: "This little phrase 'after all' proves that they are rare exceptions of no significance to our
battle against Jewry as a whole. But Martin Luther saw four hundred years ago that this "decency," proven by
charitable deeds done in as public a manner as possible, is nothing but a hidden cost of business, to repaid a
thousand times by uneducated Germans. "Know, dear Christian, and have no doubts about it, that next to the
Devil you have no more bitter, poisonous and determined enemy than a genuine Jew. . . If they do something
good for you, it is not because they love you, but because they need room to live with us, so they have to do
something. But their heart remains as I have said!"

Argument: "The Jew has better prices than the German businessman."
Counterargument: Any crook can sell junk. Jewish crooks have driven thousands of German businessmen to
bankruptcy with the glittering trash in their department store palaces. When someone does get good products
more cheaply from the Jews than from Germans, it is only because the united Jewish firms force down prices
from the manufacturers, which means reducing workers' wages. He who has bought good products cheaply
from the Jew should never forget that the curse of a German worker and the tears of his hungry children come
with them!

Argument: "The Jew is a human being too!"

Counterargument: "Of course the Jew is a human being too. None of us has ever doubted it. But a flea is also
an animal. But not a very pleasant one. Since a flea is not a pleasant animal, we have no duty to protect and
defend it, to take care of it so that it can bite and torment and torture us. Rather, we make it harmless. It is the
same with the Jews." {Joseph Goebbels).

Argument: "Anti-Semitism is only something for idiots!"

Counterargument: One no longer hears this lie in National Socialist Germany. But one still reads it in the Jewish
emigre press abroad, and Jews whisper it here and perhaps some Jewish lackeys still think that. We smile in
response, and note that the Jews have never produced a single creative man, but that all great men in every
country have been implacable opponents of the Jews.

Argument: "Can you live with the uproar and accept responsibility for the misery that the laws of the
Third Reich bring to thousands of Jewish families?"
Counterargument: "It is almost a miracle that absolutely nothing has happened to Jews in Germany, but rather
that only gradually the rights they stole from the Germans in politics and culture have been restored." (Alfred
Rosenberg). But even if a few hundred Jewish families in Germany really did have to go hungry, what is that
against the many millions of German families that the Jew murdered over the course of centuries through wars,
revolutions, and civil strife, not to mention those ruined through usury and fraud. "In the battle between the
races, there is no truce. If you are determined finally to defend yourself, German people, then be pitiless!" (Adolf

Task 1
Provide a rational response to each of the "counter-arguments" listed here designed to show the Nazi the error
of his reasoning.