Robert Oppenheimer

Commentary by Dr. Gerhard Falk


The Jewish Bomb

At 5:30 a.m. on July 16, 1945, the first atomic bomb ever used was dropped on a Japanese city. Later, a second atomic bomb was dropped on another Japanese city. Then Japan surrendered and the 2nd World War was ended.

The bombs created mushroom clouds which rose 45,000 feet into the atmosphere.

Most of the men responsible for the creation of the atomic age were Jewish. Although Albert Einstein did not participate in the building of the bomb, his equation , e=mc2 (energy = mass x  speed of light2) indicated that a large amount of energy could be released from a small amount of matter. The atomic bomb was created based on that principle.

The creators were mainly Jewish. The scientific director of the project was J. (Julius) Robert Oppenheimer. Oppenheimer was the son of German-Jewish immigrants who had come to the United States in the nineteenth century. They were very wealthy.

Raised in an upper class Manhattan neighborhood, his parents sent him to a boarding school and thereafter to the Ethical Culture Society School. That society was founded by Felix Adler, a Jew who wished to destroy Judaism. Oppenheimer senior had been a member of the society for many years.

Robert Oppenheimer was enrolled in Harvard University, where he studied chemistry and physics. He graduated with honors in three years. He then studied physics at Cambridge University and later earned a Ph.D. at the German University at Göttingen.  He and Professor Max Born published a number of important papers on physics, which gave Oppenheimer considerable prominence. Oppenheimer then went to Cal Tech, where he worked with the famous chemist Linus Pauling. However, the relationship ended when Oppenheimer propositioned Pauling’s wife.

Oppenheimer became professor of Physics at the University of California. He became active in physics research and became well known in the scientific world. That reputation led to his appointment as head of the Los Alamos laboratory where the bomb was built.

It took numerous scientists to create the bomb. Most prominent was Edward Teller, a Jew responsible for the hydrogen bomb. John von Neumann was also Jewish. He added the “von” to his name to make it appear that he was of German nobility and not Jewish. Others were Leo Szilard, a Hungarian Jewish immigrant,  Isidor Rabi, a Nobel Prize winner, Felix Bloch, Rudolf Peierls, Otto Frisch, and Viktor Weiskopf. All were Jewish but in no sense interested in the Jewish community.

Since the Jewish population of the United States is only 1.8%, the Jewish contribution to the atom bomb is totally out of proportion to the Jewish population. It is of interest that all but Einstein claimed to be atheists.

Today, the enemies of Israel are unable to destroy that country because Israel is an atomic power. The enemies complain that Israel has a number of atomic  weapons. Yet, no one is more entitled to have such defenses than the Jewish state, the beneficiary of The Jewish Bomb.

Shalom u’vracha.

Dr. Gerhard Falk is the author of numerous publications, including The American Drug Culture (with Dr. Thomas S. Weinberg & Dr. Ursula A. Falk, 2018).

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