Excerpts from the book, "The Holocaust: A History of the Jews of Europe During the Second World War" (Gilbert, Martin, 1985, Holt, Rinehart and Winston):
"Hitler's party had no monopoly on anti-Jewish sentiment. Several other extremist groups likewise sought popularity by attacking the Jews. One target of their verbal abuse was Walter Rathenau who was Foreign Minister. Street demonstrators screamed, 'Knock off Walther Rathenau,the dirty, God-damned Jewish sow.' These were only words, but words with the power to inspire active hatred, and on 24 June 1922, Rathenau was assasinated." (p. 25)
"Inside Germany, the creation of 'Jew free villages continued. Hundred of thousands of Jews, driven out of their professions, found themselves with no means of livelihood. Placards inscribed 'Jews not wanted here' appeared on more and more buildings. Jewish schoolchildren were forbidden to sit on the same benches as non-Jews, and were subjected to abuse from teachers and pupils alike. The segregation enjoined by the Nuremberg Laws was being enforced." (p. 53)
"In Hitler's phraseology and in the Nazi propaganda, the Jews were an evil disease, poisoning the blood of decent humanity, a conscious plague-bacillus infecting the pure, innocent 'Aryan'. But it was the virus of anti-Semitism which was much in evidence in 1936, spreading across national borders as if those borders did not exist."
Take heart, fellow Americans. If such a horrors ever occur in the US, media and publishers will make sure no books will EVER be written about it. Because genocide in the US is so politically popular, especially with our labor friends, we must have solidarity in support. Grab a gun. Shoot a freak!