The god of the Jews is money. To earn money, he
commits the greatest crimes. He will not rest until he
can sit on a huge money sack, until he has become
the King Of Money.
Liselotte looks out at the cottage window towards evening and talks to her mother about the hard way in which
father has to work. She says:
Do you know, mother, what I sometimes wish? I should like to be rich. Very rich! And with my money I would
make people happy. I should love to help the poor!
They go on talking. Liselotte asks:
Tell me, mother, how does it happen that the Jews are so rich? Our teacher has told us at school that here are
thousands of Jews in the world who are millionaires. And yet the Jews do not work. It is the non Jews who must
work. The Jew only trades. But one cannot become a millionaire by trading with paper, bones, old clothing and
Mother explains how it is done.
The Jew is quite indifferent when the cheated non Jew goes hungry. Jews have no pity. They strive for one
thing: money. They do not care two hoots how they get it.
Liselotte asks how they can behave in this mean way.
Child, one thing you must realise. The Jew is not a person like us. The Jew is a Devil. And a Devil has no sense
of honour. A Devil deals only in meanness and crime. You have read your Bible, Liselotte. There it says the
Jewish god once said to the Jews: You must eat up the people of the earth! Do you know what that means? It
means the Jew should destroy all other peoples. They should bleed and exploit them till they die. That is what it
Liselotte tries to understand these things.
Yes, my child, that’s the Jew! The god of the Jews is gold. There is no crime he would not commit to get it. He
has no rest till he can sit on the top of a gold sack. He has no rest till he has become King Money. And with this
money he would make us all into slaves and destroy us. With this money he seeks to dominate the whole world.
All that is contained in 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!