“The only religion I respect is Islam. The only prophet I admire is the Prophet Muhammad.”
~ Adolph Hitler
According to the Encyclopedia Britannica a ghetto is a part of a city in which members of a minority group live, especially because of social, legal, or economic pressure. The term was originally used in Venice to describe the part of the city to which Jews were restricted and segregated. Since historically ghettos were equated with invidious racial discrimination against the Jews whereby they were segregated by ethnicity to a street, or quarter, or a section of city so that legally imposed economic and other sanctions could be given against the Jews. One of the earliest historical examples of compulsory segregation of Jews was done by Muslims in Morocco in the year 1280. Their ethnically segregated ghettos were called millahs.
What would come to be a foreshadowing of the extreme lengths the ghetto system would be used to oppress ethnic minorities in America with Blacks, Jews, Irish, Hispanics, and later under the Nazis with the Jews, in many Muslim countries of the late middle ages and during the Enlightenment Age, included a very restrictive Ghetto Codes (policies) that even limited the sizes of houses, windows and doors. In America these fascist government-created public housing complex were ubiquitously called “the Projects.” Hitler and the Nazis called them ghettos and later Concentration Camps. Ghettos is were minority populations went to die both in racist America under Holocaust Democrats and in Germany under Hitler and the Nazis.
According to the Encyclopedia Britannica Forced segregation of Jews spread throughout Europe during the 14th and 15th centuries. The ghettos of Frankfurt-am-Main and the Prague Judenstadt (German: “Jew town”) were renowned. In Poland and Lithuania, Jews were numerous enough to constitute a majority of the population in many cities and towns in which they occupied entire quarters.
Sealing Jews inside the tomb of the Warsaw Ghetto
Beginning on November 15, 1940, under a year after the start of World War II, Hitler and the Nazis established a massive ghetto project to serve essentially as a prison to house Jews, Gypsies and other “undesirables” into very crowed areas of the cities of Eastern Europe, particularly Poland. The Nazis called these racially segregated ghettos, Jüdischer Wohnbezirk or Wohngebiet der Juden, meaning the Jewish quarter. In some cases these Nazi ghettos were the same city locations as traditional Jewish ghettos and Jewish quarters but not always (for example, there was a large Jewish ghetto in the German city of Frankfurt that descended to the middle ages). The final development of the Nazis ghetto policy occurred on June 21, 1943, when Heinrich Himmler issued a decree ordering the closure of all ghettos in the East and their transformation into Nazi concentration camps.
According to the archives of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Holocaust Encyclopedia, following the German invasion of Poland on September 1, 1939, Warsaw suffered heavy air attacks and artillery bombardment. German troops entered Warsaw on September 29, shortly after its surrender. On November 23, 1939, German civilian occupation authorities required Warsaw’s Jews to identify themselves by wearing white armbands with a blue Star of David. The German authorities closed Jewish schools, confiscated Jewish-owned property, and conscripted Jewish men into forced labor and dissolved prewar Jewish organizations.
On October 12, 1940, the Germans decreed the establishment of a ghetto in Warsaw. The decree required all Jewish residents of Warsaw to move into a designated area, which German authorities sealed off from the rest of the city in November 1940. The ghetto was enclosed by a wall that was over 10 feet high, topped with barbed wire, and closely guarded to prevent movement between the ghetto and the rest of Warsaw, according to the archives of the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum and the Holocaust Encyclopedia. The population of the ghetto, increased by Jews compelled to move in from nearby towns, was estimated to be over 400,000 Jews. German authorities forced ghetto residents to live in an area of 1.3 square miles, with an average of 7.2 persons per room.
But like most of the evil political policies enacted by the Nazis against the Jews, Hitler, Himmler, Goering, Eichmann, the Nazis leadership did not originate these ideas by themselves, but derived many of their anti-Semitic ideas from their observation and study of history, particularly the Progressive-Socialists in America and their historical precursor’s mistreatment of Blacks particularly under chattel slavery and later Jim Crow segregation, the Black Codes, Margaret Sanger, President Woodrow Wilson and FDR’s fanatical devotion to racialist eugenics that viewed Black America little more than upright monkeys.
The suffering of the Jews inside the Warsaw Ghettos were of biblical proportions. The old, dilapidated buildings had no plumbing, there was acute shortages of food, insufficient clean water, and scarce fuel which grew even worse during the winter months. The conditions in these Jewish ghettos were so crowded that 8-10 people would have to live in one small room. The result of the Nazi Ghetto programs against the Jews: thousands died from disease, starvation, and malnutrition.
This led to the Warsaw Ghetto uprising by the Jews which as you can see from the headline of the venerable and psychotic New York Times blamed the Jews who fought against being sent by the tens of thousands like sheep to the slaughter – to Treblinka Concentration Camp to die, as “an over-reaction.” Here is the compelling narrative citing the horrible toll the Nazi ghettos had on Jewish lives according to an article in the Holocaust Encyclopedia:
- On April 19, 1943, a new SS and police force appeared outside the ghetto walls, intending to liquidate the ghetto and deport the remaining inhabitants to the forced labor camps in Lublin district. The ghetto inhabitants offered organized resistance in the first days of the operation, inflicting casualties on the well-armed and equipped SS and police units. They continued to resist deportation as individuals or in small groups for four weeks before the Germans ended the operation on May 16. The SS and police deported approximately 42,000 Warsaw ghetto survivors captured during the uprising to the forced-labor camps at Poniatowa and Trawniki and to the
- concentration camp. At least 7,000 Jews died fighting or in hiding in the ghetto, while the SS and police sent another 7,000 to the Treblinka killing center.
- For months after the liquidation of the Warsaw ghetto, individual Jews continued to hide themselves in the ruins and, on occasion, attacked German police officials on patrol. Perhaps as many as 20,000 Warsaw Jews continued to live in hiding on the so-called Aryan side of Warsaw after the liquidation of the ghetto.
- On August 1, 1944, the Polish Home Army (Armia Krajowa; AK), a non-Communist underground resistance army with units stationed throughout German-occupied Poland, rose against the German occupation authorities in an effort to liberate Warsaw. The impetus for the uprising was the appearance of Soviet forces along the east bank of the Vistula River. The Soviets failed to intervene; the Germans eventually crushed the revolt and razed the center of the city to the ground in October 1944. Though they treated captured Home Army combatants as prisoners of war, the Germans sent thousands of captured Polish civilians to concentration camps in the Reich. 166,000 people lost their lives in the uprising, including perhaps as many as 17,000 Polish Jews who had either fought with the AK or had been discovered in hiding.
- When Soviet troops resumed their offensive on January 17, 1945, they liberated a devastated Warsaw. According to Polish data, only about 174,000 people were left in the city, less than six per cent of the prewar population. Approximately 11,500 of the survivors were Jews.
Unlike the ghettos racist Whites in America put Black people into by the tens of millions over a period of hundreds of years, even to this day, Nazi ghettoization often times existed temporarily, in some case just for only a few days. In other cases Jewish ghettos would exist for a few months or years. The Germans Weltanschauung (worldview) understood the ghettos as an interim policy of expediency to control and segregate Jews under their ubiquitous policy of Gleichshaltung (bringing into line; forcing into line) while the Nazi leadership in Berlin considered more permanent means for the eradication of the Jewish population and the permanent solution to Europe’s “Jewish problem.”
Once Hitler and the Nazis implemented the “Final Solution” (the plan to murder all European Jews) beginning in late 1941, the Germans under the leadership of Heinrich Himmler began the gargantuan process of systematically demolishing the Jewish ghettos. All Nazi auxiliaries either shot ghetto residents, burying them mass graves, or deported them to other locations in German-controlled territories both inside Germany and throughout Europe. Most Jews were deported to what the Nazis called death camps or killing centers. German SS, the Reichwehr (Nazi Army), the Gestapo and other police officials also deported a small groups of Jews from ghettos to forced-labor camps (i.e., the narrative of Stephen Spielberg’s 1993 historical epic movie, Schindler’s List) and concentration camps.
Progressive Ghettos without Walls for Black America without Hope
Historically speaking ghettos existed throughout the world since the late thirteenth century, yet they have been perfected in America under Holocaust Democrats, particularly against Blacks and continue to thrive to this day where tens of millions of Black Americans are forced to live. I was born in the ghettos of Detroit. My earliest memory as a child of 5-years-old was watching my neighborhood burn during the Detroit Riots of 1967. I know personally the evil conditions of ghetto life; how it kills your body from without before it kills your soul and your spirit from within.
So prevalent and existential is ghetto life in America regarding Blacks that in 2015 under a two term wildly popular Black president, Barack Obama ghetto existence for Blacks has grown exponentially. This is by the plan of Holocaust Democrats for Progressives were founded on a virulently militant ideas like Darwinian evolution atheism, Socialism slavery, racialist eugenics and scientism, or the pseudo-scientific ideas that Black people are by nature inferior in every measure to Whites and thus by law must be segregated from Whites in every institution in society including – homes, neighborhoods, schools, public facilities, vocational choices, etc.
Divide-and-conquer has for hundreds of years been a successful stratagem of the Progressive Revolution where through Progressive-Socialist policies like FDR’s New Deal, LBJ’s Great Society (ironically called “War or Poverty”), by which poverty was perpetually established as the separation of ghettos from existing, suburbanized or private neighborhoods. The higher poverty arose among Blacks and other minority groups, the greater their chances of that group out of their obsession and rage to continue voting for Holocaust Democrats into perpetuity. Because the Republicans for the most part abandoned Black America after the failure of political policies of the Reconstruction Era (1865-1877), Black America has for the past 140 years been in a de facto sense re-enslaved by the Holocaust Democrat Party in America.
These Machiavellian tactics would in turn reproduce constraining social prospects and inequalities in society. But this sounds counterintuitive: Why would a historically enslaved, oppressed, ethnic minority group like Black America be so devoted to the majority White race who oppresses them to this day in ghettos in every city in America and locked behind invisible walls Hitler and the Nazis called concentration camps, but Wilson, FDR, LBJ, Obama and the Holocaust Democrat Party call “the Projects”?
How can Blacks and Whites be more racially segregated and unequal after 80 years of FDR’s New Deal policies costing hundreds of billions, and 50 years after LBJ’s War on Poverty which alone cost the U.S. economy $22 trillion (with $14 trillion projected over the next 10 years). Why is society more segregated by race and ghetto life more rampant and deadly fifty years after the African-American civil rights era (1955–1968), in which Blacks and Whites occupy different neighborhoods of significantly unequal quality? That’s why I call the U.S. Supreme Court decision to end racial segregation in the public school, Brown v. Board of Education (1954) one of the biggest frauds against Blacks in the history of American constitutional law.
This is because from the beginning Socialist-Progressives or Holocaust Democrats wanted this existential inequality… this societal chaos gets them political power. For example, look at the “Racial” Provisions of FDR’s FHA Underwriting Manual of 1936, included the following guidelines which exacerbated the segregation issue: “Recommended restrictions should include provision for: prohibition of the occupancy of properties except by the race for which they are intended … Schools should be appropriate to the needs of the new community and they should not be attended in large numbers by inharmonious racial groups.” This meant that Blacks, Asians, Hispanics, Jews and other ethnic minorities were so constricted by racist Progressive federal policies that they could only obtain mortgage loans in certain economically depressed areas. This caused an enormous increase in racial segregation in housing and the ever-expansion of ghetto life, urban poverty and its attendant corollaries – promiscuity, ignorance, crime, pathology in the United States – an existential dystopia Holocaust Democrats allow to kill the hopes and dreams of millions of Black Americans to this day.
Also, Adolph Hitler was a master of controlling and enslaving people through subtle, virtually invisible means. For example, he said, “As long as the government is perceived as working for the benefit of children the people will happily endure almost any curtailment of liberty and almost any deprivation.” Using children as political pawns was likewise used by such tyrants and Lenin, Stalin, Mussolini, Mao, Woodrow Wilson, FDR, LBJ and Obama.
Look at the first picture above: Hitler needed strong, tall brick walls reaching 10 feet to keep Jews inside the precursor to the concentration camps and death camps ubiquitously called ghettos. In Black America, in 2015 such barriers to keep tens of millions of Black people inside ghettos in every city and town in America are no longer necessary. But why? Because Socialism Slavery has achieved what Hitler and the Nazis could not do… enslave the mind, enslave the Soul and the collective enslaving of the Spirt of Black America.
The result – Progressive Ghettos without Walls as Concentration Camps and Death Camps for Black America without Hope or a viable future.
Ellis Washington is a former staff editor of the Michigan Law Review and law clerk at the Rutherford Institute. He is an adjunct professor at the National Paralegal College where he teaches Constitutional Law, Legal Ethics, Contracts and Advanced Legal Writing.
A graduate of John Marshall Law School and post-grad work at Harvard Law School, his latest law review articles include: “Nigger Manifesto: Ideological Racism inside the American Academy” (forthcoming) and “Social Darwinism in Nazi Family and Inheritance Law.”
Washington’s latest book is a 2-volume collection of 230 essays and Socratic dialogues – “The Progressive Revolution” (University Press of America, 2013). Visit his new law blog, NiggerManifesto.com (formerly EllisWashingtonReport.com), an essential repository dedicated to educating the next generation of young conservative intellectuals.
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