Einstein's Letter Warning of Israeli Terrorism
Updated May 25, 2011
MISLED AND CRIMINAL PEOPLE - Albert Einstein's letter to the Fighters for the Freedom of Israel, commonly known as the Stern Gang or LEHI (Lohmey Heruth Israel). The Stern Gang, which Rahm Emanuel's father was a member of, "were believers in unrestricted and indiscriminate terror", Arthur Koestler wrote in "The Rise of Terrorism." Einstein, a devoted Zionist, strongly opposed the Zionist terrorist gangs that later became the Mossad, Israel's foreign intelligence agency, and Likud, the extremist right-wing party that rules Israel. Benjamin Netanyahu and the current leaders of Israel are second generation members of these terrorist gangs as is Rahm Emanuel, Obama's political advisor and first Chief of Staff.
Source: Deir Yassin Remembered
Albert Einstein, the famous scientist and a well known Zionist, openly warned American Jews in 1948 that the Herut party of Menachem Begin was "no ordinary political party." Begin's party bore "the unmistakable stamp of a Fascist party for whom terrorism (against Jews, Arabs, and British alike), and misrepresentation are means, and a 'Leader State' is the goal." Begin, the former leader of the terrorist Irgun, later created the Likud party by merging Herut with other right-wing parties in 1973. The terrorist leader then became the first Likudnik prime minister of Israel in 1977 when his party won the election. Begin's Likud party has dominated Israeli politics for the past 34 years but has never changed its stripes; it is still a terrorist organization. Begin's gang of terrorists and their sons and daughters are, in fact, the highest level architects of the false flag terrorism of 9/11, a terror atrocity they had planned since the 1970s.
Albert Einstein in New Jersey (1948)
In December 1948, Albert Einstein and 26 other Jewish intellectuals wrote a letter to the New York Times warning of Menachem Begin's Herut party, which became the Likud Party, saying it was "closely akin in its organization, methods, political philosophy and social appeal to the Nazi and Fascist parties." Begin was visiting New York at the time raising funds and support for his "terrorist, right-wing, chauvinist organization."
Menachem Begin in New York, 1948. In 1952 Begin was behind a bomb plot to kill the German chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
The letter was written to warn the people of the United States to prevent them from supporting a party of terrorists, saying, "the American public must be informed as to the record and objectives of Mr. Begin and his movement....It is in its actions that the terrorist party betrays its real character; from its past actions we can judge what it may be expected to do in the future."
Begin's Irgun terrorists blew up the King David Hotel in July 1946, killing 91...
and the Twin Towers on 9/11, killing nearly 3,000.
Michael D. Evans is a Zionist Jew who poses as a Christian missionary. Here Evans meets with Menachem Begin, the former terrorist head of the Irgun who ordered the bombing of the King David Hotel. Evans was told by Mossad chief Isser Harel of the plan to bomb the World Trade Center in 1980, about the time of this photo. Osama Bin Laden was only 20 years old when Begin became prime minister of Israel.
See: "America the Target: 9-11 and Israel's History of False Flag Terrorism"
Begin's party of Zionist terrorists became the Likud party, which is run today by the sons and daughters of the Irgun. The father of Clinton's right-hand man and Obama's chief of staff Rahm Emanuel, for example, was a partisan in Begin's terrorist organization before coming to the United States in the 1950s. These are the Zionist terrorists behind the false-flag terror attacks of 9/11, which were already being planned by Menachem Begin and his Irgun terrorists in the late 1970s when they came to power in Israel.
Benny Begin (top) and Benjamin Netanyahu are the sons of leaders of the terrorist organization of Menachem Begin. These are the people who control the right-wing Israeli government today. The warning of the Einstein letter is just as valid and urgent today as it was in 1948.
Albert Einstein's letter follows:
TO THE EDITORS OF NEW YORK TIMES:
Among the most disturbing political phenomena of our times is the emergence in the newly created state of Israel of the "Freedom Party" (Tnuat Haherut), a political party closely akin in its organization, methods, political philosophy and social appeal to the Nazi and Fascist parties. It was formed out of the membership and following of the former Irgun Zvai Leumi, a terrorist, right-wing, chauvinist organization in Palestine.
The current visit of Menachem Begin, leader of this party, to the United States is obviously calculated to give the impression of American support for his party in the coming Israeli elections, and to cement political ties with conservative Zionist elements in the United States. Several Americans of national repute have lent their names to welcome his visit. It is inconceivable that those who oppose fascism throughout the world, if correctly informed as to Mr. Begin's political record and perspectives, could add their names and support to the movement he represents.
Before irreparable damage is done by way of financial contributions, public manifestations in Begin's behalf, and the creation in Palestine of the impression that a large segment of America supports Fascist elements in Israel, the American public must be informed as to the record and objectives of Mr. Begin and his movement.
The public avowals of Begin's party are no guide whatever to its actual character. Today they speak of freedom, democracy and anti-imperialism, whereas until recently they openly preached the doctrine of the Fascist state. It is in its actions that the terrorist party betrays its real character; from its past actions we can judge what it may be expected to do in the future.
Attack on Arab Village
A shocking example was their behavior in the Arab village of Deir Yassin. This village, off the main roads and surrounded by Jewish lands, had taken no part in the war, and had even fought off Arab bands who wanted to use the village as their base. On April 9 (THE NEW YORK TIMES), terrorist bands attacked this peaceful village, which was not a military objective in the fighting, killed most of its inhabitants (240 men, women, and children) and kept a few of them alive to parade as captives through the streets of Jerusalem. Most of the Jewish community was horrified at the deed, and the Jewish Agency sent a telegram of apology to King Abdullah of Trans-Jordan. But the terrorists, far from being ashamed of their act, were proud of this massacre, publicized it widely, and invited all the foreign correspondents present in the country to view the heaped corpses and the general havoc at Deir Yassin.
The Deir Yassin incident exemplifies the character and actions of the Freedom Party.
Within the Jewish community they have preached an admixture of ultranationalism, religious mysticism, and racial superiority. Like other Fascist parties they have been used to break strikes, and have themselves pressed for the destruction of free trade unions. In their stead they have proposed corporate unions on the Italian Fascist model.
During the last years of sporadic anti-British violence, the IZL and Stern groups inaugurated a reign of terror in the Palestine Jewish community. Teachers were beaten up for speaking against them, adults were shot for not letting their children join them. By gangster methods, beatings, window-smashing, and wide-spread robberies, the terrorists intimidated the population and exacted a heavy tribute.
The people of the Freedom Party have had no part in the constructive achievements in Palestine. They have reclaimed no land, built no settlements, and only detracted from the Jewish defense activity. Their much-publicized immigration endeavors were minute, and devoted mainly to bringing in Fascist compatriots.
The discrepancies between the bold claims now being made by Begin and his party, and their record of past performance in Palestine bear the imprint of no ordinary political party. This is the unmistakable stamp of a Fascist party for whom terrorism (against Jews, Arabs, and British alike), and misrepresentation are means, and a "Leader State" is the goal.
In the light of the foregoing considerations, it is imperative that the truth about Mr. Begin and his movement be made known in this country. It is all the more tragic that the top leadership of American Zionism has refused to campaign against Begin's efforts, or even to expose to its own constituents the dangers to Israel from support to Begin.
The undersigned therefore take this means of publicly presenting a few salient facts concerning Begin and his party; and of urging all concerned not to support this latest manifestation of fascism.
ISIDORE ABRAMOWITZ, HANNAH ARENDT, ABRAHAM BRICK, RABBI JESSURUN CARDOZO, ALBERT EINSTEIN, HERMAN EISEN, M.D., HAYIM FINEMAN, M. GALLEN, M.D., H.H. HARRIS, ZELIG S. HARRIS, SIDNEY HOOK, FRED KARUSH, BRURIA KAUFMAN, IRMA L. LINDHEIM, NACHMAN MAISEL, SEYMOUR MELMAN, MYER D. MENDELSON, M.D., HARRY M. OSLINSKY, SAMUEL PITLICK, FRITZ ROHRLICH, LOUIS P. ROCKER, RUTH SAGIS, ITZHAK SANKOWSKY, I.J. SHOENBERG, SAMUEL SHUMAN, M. SINGER, IRMA WOLFE, STEFAN WOLFE.
New York, Dec. 2, 1948
Albert Einstein Letter to The New York Times. 4 December 1948
Bollyn, Christopher, "Who Runs the Obama White House?", 6 November 2008
Bollyn, "Son of a Zionist Terrorist - Rahm Emanuel's Dirty Secret", 17 November 2006
Koestler, Arthur, The Rise of Terrorism," Promise and Fulfilment: Palestine 1917-1949, Macmillan & Co., London 1949