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The Giftpilz – The Poisonous Mushroom

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Without Solving the Jewish Question, No Salvation for Mankind – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

“He who fights the Jews battles the Devil.” — Julius Streicher. The Pimpfs of the Hitler Boys’ Organisation are proud of their black uniform. We are the real Hitler men, say the Pimpfs. Although men is a bit overdone, they are right in one thing: the Pimpfs are loyal to the Leader in life and … Continue reading

Are there decent Jews? – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

People are always saying that we Jews cheat other people, that we lie and deceive. Not a word of it is true. We Jews are the most decent people in the world. Four Germans sit talking in a public house. One is a Jew, Salomon, who is telling the others that the Jews are the … Continue reading

How worker Hartmann became a National Socialist – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

The Jew cries: We don’t care about Germany. The main thing is that things go well for us! This story tells how a decent German worker, after listening to the talk of a Jewish speaker in a communist meeting, turns away in disgust and joins the National Socialists of Herr Hitler. The Hitler Youth is … Continue reading

Money is the god of the Jews – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

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 … Continue reading

What Christ said about the Jews – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

When you see a cross, remember the gruesome act of murder committed by the Jews on Golgotha. A peasant mother returning from field work, with her three children, pauses before a wayside Christ. The mother talks to them about the wickedness of the Jews. She points to the cross, which stands by the road: Children, … Continue reading

How Jews torment animals – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

The animal fell once more to the ground. Slowly it died. The Jews stood around and laughed. In this story two boys, Kurt and Otto, go to a Jewish slaughter house and hide themselves where they can watch the Jews killing a cow. The process of fixing the cow and the operation is described, involving … Continue reading

How two women were tricked by Jewish lawyers – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

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. … Continue reading

How the Jew treats domestic help – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

A man was waiting for me at the station. He tipped his hat and was very friendly to me. But I could tell immediately that he was a Jew. This story tells of a 23 year old Rosa, who went into domestic service, using a Jewish agency in Vienna. For four weeks the parents have … Continue reading

Inge’s visit to a Jewish doctor – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

Two criminal eyes flashed behind the glasses and the fat lips grinned. Inge is sick. For several days she has had a light fever and a headache. But Inge did not want to go to the doctor. Why go to the doctor for such a trifle? she said again and again when her mother suggested … Continue reading

The experience of Hans and Else with a strange man – From The children’s book Giftpilz (The Poison Mushroom)

Here, kids, I have some candy for you. But you both have to come with me. Else begins to have plenty of sweets. Hans asks from where they are coming. I have got them from a strange man. But don’t tell mother! The man strictly forbade me to do so! Hans is curious. They arrange … Continue reading