The Treatment of German Jewish Refugees
1945, at the end of the 2nd World War, there were 45,000 Jews left in
Germany. Only 21,000 of these Jews were admitted to the United States,
where they were stunned by the reception
Jews had survived such cruelties as can never be recorded or understood by those
not involved. Yet, on arriving in America, they were rejected, dismissed and
insulted by those they believed would help them. It is no exaggeration to record
here that the American Jews, almost entirely of Eastern European descent, shun
the few German Jews still alive in 2016 in a manner resembling the anti-Semitism
of those who have created a view of all Jews utterly divorced from reality.
Likewise, American Jews have invented a picture of German Jews derived from hate
filled imagination but real in its consequences.
that the destitute refugees were all arrogant and wealthy allowed American Jews
to ignore the fate of the few
The outcome of this antagonism to the German Jewish refugees has been that a large number of German Jews are no longer associated in any manner with the American Jewish community, so that their intermarried children and grandchildren are lost to Judaism forever. Even now, seventy years after the Holocaust, German Jews are treated like “skunks at a picnic” by the American Jewish establishment, who are anxious to help all minorities but not their fellow Jews. It is an indisputable fact that the German Jews were not wanted in their native land nor in their adopted home in America. In fact, we were not and are not wanted anywhere. Perhaps even God will reject us.