Saturday, July 08, 2006

Supply and Demand

Looking for websites with the words Star of David in their domain name I stumbled upon one that deals with Faked Yellow Badges. The web master explains


I have been concerned during recent years by the number of fake badges which are flooding onto the market as more and more people try to acquire a little bit of 'Holocaust history'…

I've got to admit – I never thought such a phenomenon is possible. Did you?

Nazi Propaganda

The Star of David was used by anti-Semitic Nazi propaganda to symbolize Jews:
A drawing of a snake with Jewish Stars of David attacking a German naked woman was introduced as evidence at the Nuremberg trials to show how Nazi Germany fed the hatred to the Jews.
Josef Plank drew an octopus with a Star of David over its head grabbing the world.
Bauer published in 1936 a Children's Book titled "Don't Trust a Fox/Trust Not the Jew," One of the pictures shows an "ugly" Jew eating while on the wall over his head there's a calendar with a Star of David.
A drawing on a red background of a black rectangle with an "ugly" Jew in the center of a white Star of David.
WWII anti-American book shows Roosevelt as a puppet of the Jews under the American Stars (of David) and stripes flag.
In 1938 Nazi Propaganda Ministry requested from German film companies to make anti-Semitic films. Among those films were:
The Rothschilds: The film shows how Jewish Rothschild banking family made fortune from the blood of the Germans in the time of the wars of Napoleon. England appears as a society dominated by Jews. The final scene shows a Star of David over the map of England.

Hakoah of Vienna

Sporting club Hakoah of Vienna (1909- 1941) was the largest Jewish sporting club in the world in its time. It had more than 5,000 members that took part in a wide variety of sports activities wearing the Hakoah emblem with its Star of David.