Well, Colleague Morgenthau, we did a good piece of
business today.” “Splendid, Colleague Silberstein.
We took the lovely money from the two Goy women
and can put it in our own pockets.
This story tells how a Jewish lawyer, by making the same promises to two German women, complainant and
defendant, takes fees from both. In the court judgment is given: Both women are guilty. Both must pay.
After the court proceedings the two Jewish lawyers who have so arranged the case congratulate one another on
the good business they have done:
Now we have jewed the two Gojas of their money, we can put it in our sack!
The two German women recognise they have been cheated, make peace with one another, and take the
experience as a warning never to quarrel again and:
Never to go again to Jewish lawyers.
We will remember all our lives this saying:
The book for German children, published by Julius Streicher called the Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom) sought to educate children in the ways of the jüdischen Parasiten. It is still true today and there are lessons to be learned from it, not just for children either!