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Encyclopaedia Judaica

Racist Zionist organization in Holland / Netherlands

Racist Zionist associations since 1899 - racist Zionist banker Kann - anti-Zionism - racist Zionist Congress - Lieme principles - racist Jewish National Fund in The Hague - Jewish refugees from Belgium during WW I - Jewish pioneers from eastern Europe after 1919 - trapped pioneers - racist youth movement and "radical Zionism" under Nordheim - concealed racist Zionism and German Jewish refugees since 1933 - WW II - emigration wave 1948-1969

Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): [[Racist]] Zionism,
                  vol. 16, col. 1119: Young [[racist]] Zionists dancing
                  the horah outside the Lekstraat synagogue in Amsterdam
                  after a meeting in support of a [[racist Zionist]]
                  Jewish State, 1945. Courtesy Central Zionist Archives,
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): [[Racist]] Zionism, vol. 16, col. 1119: Young [[racist]] Zionists dancing the horah outside the Lekstraat synagogue in Amsterdam after a meeting in support of a [[racist Zionist]] Jewish State, 1945. Courtesy Central Zionist Archives, Jerusalem

from: Zionism; In: Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 16

presented by Michael Palomino (2008)

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Racist Zionist madness says that Jewry would be a "nation" which is never possible because Jewry is a religion. Add to this the Arabs were never asked if a "Jewish State" would be built. But many Jews believed the Jewish racist Zionists and warmongers, called "Zionists" with it's racist Herzl booklet "The Jewish State". Zionist racism is legal until now (2008) and their racist books like "The Jewish State" from racist Herzl are not forbidden...]

[Racist Zionist associations in Holland since 1899 - racist Zionist banker Jacobus H. Kann - anti-Zionist Jewish workers and anti-Zionist Orthodox Jews in Holland]

<The [[racist]] Zionist Federation was established in [[racist colonial]] Holland in 1899 under the name of [[racist]] Nederlandse Zionistenbond [[Dutch Zionist Association]]. Among its founders was the young [[racist]] banker Jacobus H. Kann, who was a close collaborator of [[racist]] Theodor Herzl. The members of the organization were mainly middle-class intellectuals [[!!]],

[[It seems these intellectuals could not think much and could not see that Jewry is a religion and never a "nation", and the main enemy was the church and not any state...]]

and for about 30 years the [[racist]] Zionist movement of [[racist colonial]] Holland was unsuccessful in attracting a wider following among the Jewish proletariat. The movement also encountered violent opposition from Orthodox circles.

The chief rabbi of Amsterdam, J.Y. *Duenner, supported the [[racist]] Zionist movement from the start and some of his close friends founded the [[racist Zionist]] Mizrachi movement, led by S.Ph. de Vries. But his colleagues and almost all of his disciples rejected [[racist]] Zionism, and in 1904 the Council of Chief Rabbis (which Duenner refused to join) forbade the Jews to join the [[racist]] Zionist movement.

[Racist Zionist Congress in racist colonial Holland - no youth movement manipulation until 1917 - racist Zionist newspapers - the Lieme principles since 1912 - differing principles to the racist Zionist main stream]

The [[racist]]  Eighth Zionist Congress, which was held in The Hague, led to an awakening of the [[racist Zionist]] movement. An attempt to establish a [[racist]] Zionist youth movement during that period ended in failure, but the official [[racist]] Zionist organ, De Joodse Wachter [[The Jewish Guardian]], founded in 1905, which in time became a weekly, stood its ground.

In 1912 Nehemiah de *Lieme was elected president of the Nederlandse Zionistenbond, and S.A. van Vriesland (who was later to become treasurer of the [[racist]] World Zionist Organization) was elected its secretary. De Lieme consolidated the organization's special character by establishing several principles:
-- the negation of any [[racist]] Zionist work for Diaspora Jewry ("Gegenwartsarbeit") [["Present Work"]];
-- sound economic management in the upbuilding of Erez Israel (Ereẓ Israel) [[Land of Israel]];
-- the exemplary organization of the [[racist]] Zionist movement in the Diaspora.

In [[racist colonial]] Holland, the organization made the following demands: (col. 1118)

-- prohibition of the sale of the shekel for obtaining the right to vote at elections to the [[racist]] Zionist Congresses (therefore [[racist colonial]] Holland's representation at all the Congresses fell below the organization's actual strength); (col. 1118-1119)
-- membership to be registered personally (not through [[racist]] Zionist parties);
-- insistence on [[racist]] Zionist principles in propaganda as well as fund raising for Erez Israel (Ereẓ Israel) [[Land of Israel]].

De Lieme exerted tremendous influence on his friends and followers, among them S. *Hoofien, later director of the Anglo-Palestine Bank in Palestine, Abel Herzberg, author and politician, and others. (col. 1119)

[1914: Headquarters of the racist Jewish National Fund in The Hague - East European Jewish refugees from Belgium - abuse of Jewish youth for racist Zionist "youth movement"]

In 1914 the world headquarters of the [[racist]] Jewish National Fund were transferred to The Hague, and de Lieme headed the fund for seven years and formulated its principles.


During World War I the arrival of refugees from Belgium (all of whom were Jews of East European origin) added an important element to the [[racist Zionist]] movement. The study of modern Hebrew developed and several newspapers included a Hebrew supplement. In 1917 an organization of [[racist]] Zionist youth groups, Joodse Jeugdfederatie [[Jewish Youth Federation]], was established with the moral support of the [[racist]] Zionist leadership and under its aegis. The Jeugdfederatie encompassed many groups throughout the country and held independent activities (publication, lectures, conventions). After about ten years, it was headed by young people, mostly students, who had emerged from its own ranks. (col. 1119)

[[Racist Zionism systematically abused the enthusiasm of youth for it's racist Empire projects and wars, as later Hitlerism did...]]


[Lieme long fight for his principles 1920-1933 - racist Zionist Revisionists]

In 1920 he was elected to the Executive of the [[racist]] World Zionist Organization, but resigned when his principles were not accepted. After de Lieme's resignation, he returned to the leadership of the [[racist]] Nederlandse Zionistenbond and developed a stance of opposition to the Executive of the [[racist]] World Zionist Organization.

Perez (Pereẓ) (Fritz) *Bernstein also extended this opposition to the political line of [[racist Zionist leader]] Chaim Weizmann, and in his capacity of editor of De Joodse Wachter [[The Jewish Guardian]] and later as president of the organization, he left his imprint on the [[racist]] movement. Only a small group of [[racist]] Dutch Zionists countered the de Lieme-Bernstein line, among them David Cohen and the Po'alei Zion, founded in 1933 by S. de Wolff.

There was also a small Revisionist group, which would not gain much influence because of the anti-Weizmann stance of the whole [[racist]] Zionist Federation. (col. 1119)

[[The Arabs in Palestine were never asked...]]

[Influx of pioneers from eastern Europe to racist colonial Holland since 1919 - trapped pioneers because of lack of a "danger zone"]

Immediately after World War I, many many halutzim (ḥalutzim) (pioneers) from eastern Europe had arrived in [[racist colonial]] Holland to complete their agricultural training with Dutch farmers. During the 1930s halutzim (ḥalutzim) also emerged from the ranks of the Joodse Jeugdfederatie [[Jewish Youth Federation]]. They established three organizations:
-- Hevrat (Ḥevrat) Olim (the adherents of Bernstein)
-- Berit Halutzim (Ḥalutzim) Datiyyim (religious)
-- and He-Halutz (Ḥalutz) (composed mainly of halutzim (ḥalutzim) [[pioneers]] from other countries, including German refugees).

As [[racist colonial]] Holland was not considered to be a danger zone, not even by the [[racist]] World Zionist Organization, over 800 halutzim (ḥalutzim) were trapped there for many years [[and were not given migration certificates for Palestine and were not helped for illegal migration to Palestine]]. (col. 1120)

[[Immigration certificates were given to the endangered Jews. Jews of countries who were not in danger by anti-Semitism were not given immigration certificates by the racist Empire English government. By this the Dutch pioneers were stuck in Holland, but Polish pioneers, e.g., could emigrate to Palestine. When immigration certificates are given according to anti-Semitism in the home country during the English Mandate during 30 years (1919-1948), this would be a strong argument that also anti-Semitism in Europe was manipulated by the racist Zionists - to reach emigration certificates from racist Empire England...]]


[More racist Zionist newspapers in racist colonial Holland]

[[Racist]] Zionist periodicals in [[racist colonial]] Holland included, apart from De Joodse Wachter [[The Jewish Guardian]], Tikvath Jisrael (from 1917), monthly of the youth movement; Mizrachie (from 1932), monthly of the Mizrachi movement; and Jaarboek van de Nederlandse Zionistische Studentenorganisatie [[Yearbook of the Dutch Zionist Student's Association]] (since 1909). (col. 1120)


[1933-1939: Jewish refugees from the Third Reich - anti-Semitism in racist colonial Holland and concealed racist Zionism]

The rise of anti-Semitism in Germany was a cause for much agitation in [[racist colonial]] Holland, and the 30,000 German Jewish refugees who arrived in the country highlighted the problem.

[[First the German Jewish refugees were sent back, then after 1935 they were accepted, then the frontiers were closed. See the details in Joint]].

The influence of the [[racist]] Zionist movement increased, and although it had no more than 4,000 registered members, many beyond its ranks accepted the [[racist]] Zionist ideology. Anti-Jewish trends then began to grow in [[racist colonial]] Holland and the local [[racist]] Zionist leadership was inclined to conceal the [[racist]] Jewish national character of [[racist]] Zionism.

[Radical Jewish youth movement with "Radical Zionism" under Lion Nordheim calling for radical Jewish nationhood and pioneering]

In opposition to this tendency, a trend calling itself "Radical Zionism", greatly influenced by Lion Nordheim, developed within the youth movements and among the students. It clashed sharply with the [[racist]] Zionist leadership, especially over the following points:

-- the Joodse Jeugdfederatie [[Jewish Youth Federation]] demanded of its members complete identification with the Jewish people and public detachment from the Dutch nation;
-- it stood for the safeguarding of Jewish national values and traditions and for Jewish education, thus opposing the prohibition of "Gegenwartsarbeit" [["Present Work"]];
-- it propagated the ideal of halutziyyut (ḥalutziyyut) (pioneering) among its members.

The rift between the youth movement (which also encompassed religious and labor groups and commanded a membership of 2,000 in 40 branches) reached its (col. 1119)

climax in 1940.

[[But the radical racist Dutch Zionist youth never spoke with the Arabs in Palestine, as it seems. During these times the civil war in Palestine was already fully working...]]

[German Nazi occupation 1940-1945 - Jewish victims]

With the German invasion, however, it was decided to establish a joint leadership of all the [[racist]] Zionist organizations in [[racist colonial]] Holland, and this body administered the affairs of the Nederlands Zionistenbond until its dissolution. (col. 1120)

Many of them [[prepared Jewish pioneers who had to wait in racist colonial Holland for migration to Palestine]] perished during the war, but 444 were saved, mainly due to the activity of the *Westerweel group.

[[Racist Zionist activity in Holland during the Nazi occupation is not mentioned in the article. After the World War the racist Dutch government abused "US" relief money for their wars against independence of Indonesia]].

[1948-1969: almost 20% of the Jews emigrating to racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl Israel]

After World War II the [[racist]] Dutch Zionist movement was dominated mainly by the radical trend. Its slogan, which called for massive aliyah [[emigration to Palestine]], led to considerable success. Out of the 25,000 Jews who survived in Holland, some 4,000 settled in [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel between 1948 and 1969, a higher percentage than from any other Western country [[during this time]]. During this period most of the [[racist]] Zionist leadership itself migrated to [[racist Zionist Free Mason CIA Herzl]] Israel, and the Nederlandse Zionoistenbond [[Dutch Zionist Association]] lost its central position within the remnant of Dutch Jewry. (col. 1120)


[J.M.]> (col. 1120)

[[The Arabs are never mentioned in this article. The Arabs in Palestine were not asked. For the racist Zionist Jews, Arabs do not count...]]

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Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16,
                    col. 1117-1118
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16, col. 1117-1118
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16,
                    col. 1119-1120
Encyclopaedia Judaica (1971): Zionism, vol. 16, col. 1119-1120

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