“I say that Hitler ought to have the Nobel Peace Prize, because he is removing all the elements of contest and of struggle from Germany. By driving out the Jews and the democratic and Left element, he is driving out everything that conduces to activity. That means peace. By suppressing Jews, he was ending struggle in Germany,” said Gertrude Stein (1874-1946), Jewish-American lesbian author, in 1934.
Gertrude Stein who was darling of the Jewish-controlled American media in the 1930s, was invited to the White House to have tea with the First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt in 1934. Her name is always mentioned at the White House Jewish Heritage ceremony along with Albert Einstein and Justice Louis Brandeis for shaping American attitude during the 20th century.
In May 2012, the Metropolitan Museum of Art was blasted by Israel lobbyists Dr. Alan Dershowitz and New York City politicians Scott Stringer and Dov Hikind, for the exhibition of Stein Art Collection. They blamed Gertrude Stein and her Jewish lesbian partner Alice B. Toklas for collaborating with Nazis while living in Paris.
“By offering a false explanation of how Stein and Toklas “remarkably” survived the Holocaust, while living in a town from which dozens of Jewish children were deported to death camps, the Met has distorted the history of the Holocaust and failed to point a finger of blame at collaborators, such as Stein, who made it possible,” posted Alan Dershowitz at the Huffington Post.
On June 4, 2012, Rabbi Michael Lerner, a committed Zionist, defended Stein at the Tikkun magazine, by saying: “Stein was lauded as one of the early lesbian feminists whose literary fame gave her a partial pass on the sexism and homophobia that typically stunted the literary careers of many other lesbians. For that reason, some have been adverse to question Stein’s role as a conservative who may have helped the Nazis. Yet in the year when Stein’s work is being publicly lauded even in Jewish communities, some have raised these issues about her role during World War II.”
German-born Rabbi Renate Stendhal PhD (born Renate Neumann in 1944) has also defended Stein by claiming that the witch-hunt against Stein was not for in cahoots with Marshal Petain, the head of the French Vichy government (1940-44) – but being a lesbian Jewish woman.
“Nobody has come up with any proof that Stein knew about Bernard Faÿ’s activities, his collaboration with the Gestapo to persecute the Freemasons in France. Unlike in Germany, in France three quarters of the Jewish population survived the same way Stein and Toklas did, with the help of friends and neighbors, and often with the help of local French officials who quietly resisted German orders,” said Stendhal.
Bernard Faÿ (died 1978) was a French historian who had studied at Harvard. He believed the Jewish elites were behind the Freemasonry and the New World Order. In 1943 he produced a film ‘Forces Occultes’ which exposes world-wide Jewish-Freemason agenda.