On April 30, 2011 – The Wall Street- based newspaper, International Business Times, published Dow Jones columnist Palash Ghosh’s article entitled “Bizarre tale of Savitri Devi, the Hindu Nazi’. In the article Ghosh for the pleasure of his Zionist Jew masters painted Dr. Savitri Devi (1905-1982), a French socialist thinker, author and believer in Adolf Hitler’s concept of White Aryan race superiority – as a ‘Jew-hater’. As strange it may look – Savitri also carried some soft spot in her heart for the victims of the western colonialists. The Nazi racism and the Swastika (a Hindu religious symbol) attracted her to the caste-based Hinduism.
“The “link” between Nazism and Hinduism is an extremely controversial subject, but suffice it to say, Maximiani’s unlikely synthesis of these two very disparate philosophies led to her conviction that Hitler was a heaven-sent avatar, much like Vishnu, the Hindu God,” wrote Ghosh.
However, the French-born Christian Maximine Portaz (Savitri Devi), who idolized Adolf Hitler and Nazis’ belief in the superioty of the Aryan race and her “hatred towards Islam and Christianity”, as claimed by Ghosh – are not the reasons for which Ghosh honored her being “an anti-Semite” and “a Nazi” and “a lesbian” in his article. The real reason is Maximine Portaz at the age of 24 had visited British Occupied Palestine and saw the persecution of native Muslim and Christian Palestinians at the hands of British colonialists and the Jewish settlers. Her experienced changed her views of the so-called ‘persecuted’ Jewish communities under Nazi rule. The German Jews and Zionists fought along with the Christian Nazis for the glory of the Third Reich (1933-45).
Hannah Arendt (1906-1975), the ‘self-hating’ Jewish Zionist author – had exposed one of such Nazi Jew-lover leader, Adolf Eichmann, in her book Eichmann in Jerusalem, proving that the Zionist regime hanged one of their own Nazi supporter to hide Jewish collaboration with Hitler.
“In 1940, living in Calcutta, she married Dr. Asit Krishna Mukherji, a Bengali Brahmin who edited the pro-German newspaper New Mercury and fully embraced National Socialism. (Although Mukherji apparently married her only to prevent her from being deported and remained chaste, Savitri reportedly was sexually-liberated, having many affairs with both men and women). Savitri was also in close touch Indian nationalists, most notably Subhash Chandra Bose (also known as ‘Netaji’) who later received help from Nazi Germany,” wrote Ghosh.
R.G. Fowler wrote on Savitri Devi’s 100the birthday (September 30, 2005): “Savitri Devi’s 100th Birthday will not be celebrated like those of two other philosophers who were also born in 1905: Jean-Paul Sartre and Ayn Rand. There will be no international scholarly symposia, no newspaper articles, no souvenir t-shirts and coffee mugs. But this is to be expected. After all, both Sartre and Rand – one a Communist, the other a libertarian individualist – are united in their opposition to all racial nationalism, except Jewish supremacism. (Rand was born a Jew, and Sartre wished he had been.) In short, both Sartre and Rand were very much “in Time.” Their philosophies are celebrated precisely because they do not challenge the forces of decay but actually defend and promote them”.
“Savitri Devi, though never visited the US, her ashes are enshrined at the New Order headquarters in Milwaukee,”claimed Fowler in an interview.