Wednesday, April 15, 2015

Adolf Hitler: Grandmother Received Money From 'Jewish Man Tricked Into Believing He Was Adolf's Father

Adolf Hitler's Father Alois Schickelgruber.
One of the most frequently asked questions about the Holocaust and the Nazi party is whether Adolf Hitler was Jewish or had Jewish ancestors.
Though the idea may seem preposterous to some, the question seems to stem from the remote possibility that Hitler's grandfather was Jewish. Hitler's father, Alois, was registered as an illegitimate child with no father when born in 1837 and to this day Hitler's paternal grandfather is unknown. Alois' mother, Maria Schicklgruber, is known to have worked in the home of a wealthy Jew, so there is some chance, however small, that a son in that household got Hitler's grandmother pregnant.
In 1933, the London Daily Mirror published a picture of a gravestone in a Jewish cemetery in Bucharest inscribed with someHebrew characters and the name Adolf Hitler but it is now known tha this Bucharest Hitler could not have been the Nazi leaders grandfather. At the time, though, this picture sufficiently worried Hitler that he had the Nazi law defining Jewishness written to exclude Jesus Christ and himself.
In 2010, the British paper The Daily Telegraph reported that a study had been conducted in which saliva samples were collected from 39 of Hitler's known relatives to test their DNA origins and found, though inconclusively, that Hitler may have Jewish origins. The paper reported: "A chromosome called Haplogroup E1b1b1 which showed up in [the Hitler] samples is rare in Western Europe and is most commonly found in the Berbers of MoroccoAlgeria and Tunisia, as well as among Ashkenazi and SephardicJews ... Haplogroup E1b1b1, which accounts for approximately 18 to 20 per cent of Ashkenazi and 8.6 per cent to 30 per cent ofSephardic Y-chromosomes, appears to be one of the major founding lineages of the Jewish population." Again, this study, though scientific by nature, is inconclusive. 
Similar "allegations" of Jewish ancestry have been levied against Iranian leader Mahmoud Ahmadinejad who regularly claims that the Holocaust never happened.
Despite the claims, Adolf Hitler was not Jewish.

Sources: John Toland, Adolf Hitler, NY: Anchor Books, 1992; "Hitler Jewish?", Huffington Post, (August 25, 2010).

Adolf Hitler's Father Alois Schickelgruber.


I ask Adolf about his father, Alois Schickelgruber, the illegitimate son of a female servant,Maria Anna Schickelgruber.

Maria Anna became pregnant while living as a servant in a Jewish household.

Hitler's nephew, William Patrick Hitler, and Adolf's lawyer, Hans Frank, claimed that the father of Alois was a wealthy Jew.

Adolf says: "A Jewish man did pay my grandmother money, because he was tricked into believing he was the father of Alois. Alois gained the help of important people and became a government official."

Alois chose a Jew as Adolf's godfather.

According to Hitler's friend Reinhold Hanisch Hitler boasted of having rich Jewish relatives.

Our fondue tomatoes arrive and Hitler tucks in.

Alois enjoyed alcohol and reportedly had sex with his pre-teen cousin, Klara Poelzl, and with a teenage waitress, Franziska Matzelsberger.

Alois's first wife Anna died under mysterious circumstances.

Alois then married the heavily pregnant Franziska Matzelsberger.

Alois then got his young cousin Klara Poelzl pregnant.

Franziska then died in mysterious circumstances.

Alois Jr. was the son born to Alois by Franziska.

I ask Adolf what happened to Alois Jr.

"He was placed in a concentration camp where he died," says Adolf.

Klara Poelzl

After the death of Franziska, Alois married Klara Poelzl, his cousin and adopted daughter.

Klara was the mother of Adolf Hitler.

I ask Adolf about his mother.

"She used to call my father 'Uncle'", says Adolf.

"Alois used to beat Klara," says Adolf. "And he would sometimes beat me until I lost consciousness.

"And he beat my sisters Paula and young Klara. Both Paula and young Klara became mentally retarded."

And siblings Ida, Otto and Edmund died in mysterious circumstances.

Adolf's mother Klara dressed Adolf to look like a little girl, perhaps to please Alois.

Adolf frequently slept with Klara.

The waiter brings the gazpacho to the table.

Adolf - centre.

Adolf like to read about America and became a fan of the policy in the USA of killing off the American Indians in 'reservations'.

Both at home and at school Adolf became known for his fits of rage.

Adolf behaved in a sadistic manner towards his teachers and his fellow pupils.

At the age of 15, Adolf was expelled from school.

After the death of Alois, Klara and her family moved to Linz, the third largest city in Austria.

Before long, Klara too was dead.

"I wept for Klara," says Hitler.

August Kubizek

Adolf was friends with August Kubizek and they developed a "romantic" and "intimate" relationship.

They both moved to Vienna.

They slept together.

Adolf sometimes spoke to Kubizek of his admiration for the Jewish people, and yet Adolf  joined the Anti-Semitic League.

Adolf explains: "I had Jewish friends in Vienna, but at times I was antisemitic. I was being conspired against by hidden forces. Kubizek on the other hand managed to graduate from the Conservatoire."

 Adolf was rejected by the Vienna Academy of Fine Arts.

Adolf ended his love affair with Kubizek.

I remind Adolf that he once fancied a young girl called Stefanie.

"I used to watch her from a distance," explains Adolf, "but that was all."

According to Kubizek, Adolf fantasized about kidnaping and killing Stefanie.

According to Kubizek, Hitler's homosexuality "had long been one of his problems."

Adolf met Reinhold Hanisch and they went together to live in a hotel, the Mannerheim, which catered exclusively to gay men and their gay lovers.

I asked Adolf what happened to Hanisch.

"They say I had him murdered," says Adolf, "But he died of a heart attack while in detention in 1937."

And what about Josef Neumann, a wealthy Jewish homosexual who used to come to the Mannerheim to find young men for sex?

"We were very good friends, for a short time," says Adolf.

Adolf then went to live with Josef Greiner, who was a fan of the Mannerheim.

Adolf's war record reportedly describes him as a "pederast".

Adolf later appointed to positions of power child abusers such as Ernst Roehm and Julius Streicher.

I ask Adolf about the Hitler Youth.

"I used to spend a very great deal of time with the boys of the Hitler Youth," explains Adolf. "I believe that intimate touching of young boys leads to the transfer of certain energies or rays."

Hitler is reported to have had sexual relationships with Rudolf "Fraulein Anna" Hess and with Wolfgang "Bubi" Foerster.

Hitler with his nieces Angelika 'Geli' Raubal and Elfriede 'Friedi' Raubal

I ask Adolf about Geli, the daughter of his half-sister, Angela.

"Geli came to live with me," responds Adolf. "I was very sad when she died."

The Nazi Party's Otto Strasser said that Adolf forced his niece Geli to urinate and defecate on him.

Geli died in mysterious circumstances in Adolf's apartment.

Adolf moved to Munich in 1913 and by 1921 had become the leader of the German Nazi Party.

When he addressed the masses, Hitler appealed to the secretly gay side of German men.

American psychoanalyst Walter Langer reported: "In regarding his audience as fundamentally feminine in character, his appeal is directed at a repressed part of their personalities.

"In many of the German men there seems to be a strong feminine-masochistic tendency that is usually covered over by more virile characteristics but which finds partial gratification in submissive behavior, discipline, sacrifice, and so forth."

I asked Adolf about the secret of his success in addressing rallies.

"I understood the feminine character of the masses. These Germans are like women. They want clearness, decision, power, and action. Like a woman, the masses fluctuate between extremes..."

Hitler's personal body guard was composed entirely of gay men.

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