Serguéi Lavrov, Rusia, Hitler

Hitler was not Jewish, Lavrov

MIAMI, United States. — Troy burned. To the Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov It occurred to him to say that Adolf Hitler “had Jewish blood” in an Italian television program. Mr. Lavrov has gotten into a shirt of 11 yards. That was the thick cloth jail that they put in for the madmen many years ago; the object was that they did not harm themselves, or perhaps, that they did not harm their neighbors. Even the dictator Vladimir Putin had to excuse himself in a conversation with Naftali Bennett, Prime Minister of Israel, that he takes these things seriously, and he does very well.

The “suspicion” of Judaism was not about Adolf Hitler, but about his father, Alois, a bad-faced man with an impressive mustache, who used to mistreat Adolfo. Alois’ mother, Maria Anna Schicklgruber, was Hitler’s grandmother. Apparently, she went as a servant to the city of Graz, to the house of a family surnamed Frankenberger, and there she had an affair with a 19-year-old boy (she was 41), supposedly named Leopold. She became pregnant and Alois had his mother’s last name on all official documents. He was, as the priest who baptized him wrote, “illegitimate.”

Until it was changed to “Hitler” in 1876, many years after Mrs. Schicklgruber’s death in 1847, when Alois was only nine years old. The lady never revealed who the father of her child was. She took the secret to her grave, but there is no indication, not even that he was in Graz, or that the Frankenberger family existed.

Adolf Hitler would be born in 1889, almost half a century after his paternal grandmother died. How Alois chose the “Hitler” is also curious. We will never know what would have happened to the German people if the ritual words of the Nazi sect had been “Heil Schicklgruber”. Alois Schicklgruber maintained a certain affection for Johann Georg Heidler, who married his mother in 1842, when he was five years old. At 39 years of age, he decided to change his last name to his stepfather’s, but in a not-so-rare pronunciation mistake, Hitler appeared, and Alois preferred not to rectify it. In the end, he achieved his goal: to eliminate his illegitimate status.

Since journalists are expected to give their opinion on almost everything, I believe that Alois’s father (and thus Hitler’s grandfather) was Johann Nepomuk Hiedler, younger brother of Schicklgruber’s husband. A man married to a rich heiress who couldn’t be mentioned without creating a monumental mess. That is, there was not the slightest indication that Hitler was “half Jewish, or quarter Jewish” as the Nazi rules said.

In the same way that George Soros is persecuted today, and stories are invented right and left (especially left), the paternity of a Rothschild could not be missing. So Solomon Mayer von Rothschild, a German banker dedicated to Austria, who was given the title of “Baron”, has been accused, without proof, of being the father of Alois Hitler and, therefore, the grandfather of Adolf.

It was enough that he was a Rothschild, a prominent Ashkenazi family dedicated since the 18th and 19th centuries to European finances, for the story of the “Illuminati” to emerge again and a delirious fiction to unleash. They are the main ingredients of all conspiracy theories: Jewish bankers, bedtime stories, undisclosed parentage, very famous people and a long etcetera.

To “get the screw out” where he had screwed it up, Lavrov said that anti-Semitism “was a Jewish thing” and pushed it much deeper. He was surely referring to On the Jewish Question, a profoundly anti-Semitic essay by Karl Marx, in which he refuted Bruno Bauer, a “Hegelian” who had influenced German philosophy far more than he did. The following year, in 1844, Marx and Engels dedicated an entire book “The Holy Family” to Bauer and his “consorts”. This time journalists, theologians and even worse people fell on Lavrov. As far as I know, he has not returned to insist on the subject.

Probably, Lavrov, who has held the post since 2004, is waiting for his definitive dismissal. When Vladimir Putin remembers that “ministers are like fuses… they are changed in the middle of blackouts”, as a former Bolivian head of government often says, and wants to blame someone else for the mess he is making in Ukraine, he has the scapegoat ideal: the Minister of Foreign Affairs. There is no better scapegoat.

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