— Germany and the Jewish Question, by Dr Friedrich Karl Wiehe
— Deutschland und die Judenfrage (original German text ,1938)
Introduction by Lasha Darkmoon
Here are seven important facts the reader ought to consider before reading the above article:
 Dr Friedrich Karl Wiehe’s long essay, Germany and the Jewish Question (25,000 words), was published in 1938, five years after Hitler’s ascent to power.
 According to distinguished British historian Sir Arthur Bryant, the Jews had managed to buy up a substantial part of Germany after World War I, largely as a result of the hyperinflation they had themselves engineered through their control of the international banking system.
Bryant makes the astonishing revelation that as late as November 1938, after five years of Hitler and “five years of anti-Semitic legislation and persecution, they [the Jews] still owned something like a third of the property in the Reich.”
 In many ways, Wiehe’s essay is comparable to Wilhelm Marr’s 1879 essay, The Victory of Judaism over Germanism. It is worth noting that Marr, who invented the term “anti-Semitism”, felt that Germany was doomed as early as 1879.
In Marr’s pessimistic view, the Jewish domination of Germany was already a fait accompli in 1879 when he wrote his treatise — and this only eight years after the German Jews had achieved their full emancipation in 1871. Indeed, even before Jewish emancipation in Germany the average Jew had been far richer than the average German: three times as rich according to Wiehe.
 Here is Marr in 1879 at his most pessimistic and apocalyptic:
“World power belongs to Jewry. The twilight of the gods has come upon us: you [the Jews] are the masters, and we are the slaves. What is there left to us? Let us accept the inescapable, since we can’t change it. Its name is: Finis Germaniae—THE END OF GERMANY!”
 This is the background against which the reader is urged to read Wiehe’s classic essay. It offers a vast array of facts, quotations and statistics demonstrating the Jewish takeover and domination of Germany.
As Wiehe clearly demonstrates, the influence of the Jews on Germany was an entirely pernicious one. The Germans were to suffer grievously as they writhed under the Jewish yoke, especially during the period of the Weimar Rebublic (1919-1933) when a wave of sexual decadence was to spread throughout Germany — all this depravity being engineered by the Jews in a systematic campaign of mass demoralization.
(See Lasha Darkmoon’s The Sexual Decadence of Weimar Germany).
 In 1933, when Hitler ascended to power, he was universally perceived as Germany’s salvation. “He has rescued Germany from the Jews!” was the rallying call everywhere. Hitler was to curtail Jewish power and influence drastically, removing Jews from all areas of influence in the government, the legislature and the mass media. A dark cloud was at once lifted from the German psyche. Germany was to experience a wave of unprecedented prosperity — and this at a time when the rest of the world was undergoing a massive Depression.
 Despite all the inflated rhetoric about “anti-Semitic persecution” after Hitler’s ascent to power — a term which is used to describe remedial action against Jewish rapacity — consider this one curious fact mentioned above by British historian Sir Arthur Bryant: that in 1938, five years after Hitler had been in power, the Jews still owned ONE-THIRD OF GERMANY. So much for the “persecution” of the Jews under Hitler.
As for the “persecution to end all persecutions” — the Holocaust of 6 million Jews in gas chambers on the express orders of Hitler — that is an entirely diferent question beyond the scope of this essay. Wiehe was not aware of any impending Holcaust of the Jews in 1938. Nor did Churchill, Roosevelt or de Gaulle appear to know that any Holocaust had taken place when they wrote their voluminous histories of World War II — given that the words “Holocaust” and “gas chamber” are not to be found anywhere in the indices of their books.