Albert Rosenberg Says Jews Want Homeland in Palestine

Albert Rosenberg Says Jews Want Homeland in Palestine

Alfred Rosenberg
Source: Deutsches Bundesarchiv

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During a speech in Detmold, Alfred Rosenberg declares that Jews are trying to create a state in Palestine not in order to have a homeland, but rather to have a central location from which to commit crimes.

According to Rosenberg, Jews want a place

"in which Jewish con men throughout the world, pursued by the police in whatever country they currently reside, can be relocated, outfitted with new passports, and then sent back to various places in the world.

It is to be hoped that the friends of Jews around the world, and especially in the western democracies, who control so much land would give the Jews a place outside of Palestine. It must not be established a Jewish state, but rather as a Jewish reservation."
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