Albert Einstein’s personal travel diary, written between October 1922 and March 1923, was recently translated from German into English and edited by Ze’ev Rosenkranz. Rosenkranz is also the assistant director of the Einstein Papers Project at the California Institute of Technology and has written several books about the life of Einstein.
Rosenkranz, in the preface to the translated new edition of “Einstein’s travel diary to the Far East, Palestine and Spain, from 1922-1923,” uses Albert Einstein as an example of a typical “mistreated Jewish immigrant refugee” from the past and states in a TIME article:
…[o]nce again, there are destitute refugees desperately trying to flee persecution and violent conflicts, huddled on unseaworthy vessels, sometimes drowning, and – if they do survive – are penned up in barely humane conditions in refugee camps. Once again, parents are frantically trying to get their children to safety, only to endure heart-wrenching and perilous journeys. Once again…walls of cement, barbed wire and prejudice are being erected to keep [foreigners] out.” And once again, despite the abundant cultural richness refugees and immigrants bring to their new homes, they are portrayed as threatening by their host nations.
Surely Rosenkranz must be talking about Israel and how it has usurped American foreign policy and used the US military by proxy to wage continuous war against Israel’s neighbors. When he talks about refugees desperately trying to flee persecution and violent conflicts he must be referring to the same unending wars. And, when he talks about refugees and their children being penned up in barely humane conditions, with walls of cement, barbed wire and prejudice being erected, he must be talking about Israel’s treatment of the Palestinians, right? Ask a Palestinian in Gaza how he or she feels about having “hosted” the state of Israel. No, I’m sure Rosenkranz is in Jew fashion supporting the unending influx of third-world invaders into all White countries.
But, in editing Albert Einstein’s diary, even Rosenkranz, and many of those within the mainstream, were somewhat taken aback by what Einstein had to say about the peoples he came in contact with during his travels. Could Einstein have been a racist!? Rosenkranz states, “The diary reveals entries that must strike the modern reader as highly disturbing, unveiling the fact that even this wise sage with the penetrating gaze held prejudiced and stereotypical beliefs about people from other nations.” More likely he was simply displaying the mindset of a typical Jewish-supremacist since, as quoted in an article from My Style News:
in 1946, speaking at Lincoln University, the first degree-granting historically black university in the US, Einstein said that racism was a “disease of white people” and added “I do not intend to be quiet about it,” according to a 2007 article in the Harvard Gazette.
From this Princeton University Press website comes this quote:
In the fall of 1922, Albert Einstein, along with his then-wife, Elsa Einstein, embarked on a five-and-a-half-month voyage to the Far East and Middle East, regions that the renowned physicist had never visited before. Einstein’s lengthy itinerary consisted of stops in Hong Kong and Singapore, two brief stays in China, a six-week whirlwind lecture tour of Japan, a twelve-day tour of Palestine, and a three-week visit to Spain…diary entries record Einstein’s musings on science, philosophy, art, and politics, as well as his immediate impressions and broader thoughts on such events as his inaugural lecture at the future site of the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, a garden party hosted by the Japanese Empress, and audience with the King of Spain, and meetings with other prominent colleagues and statesmen. Entries also contain passages that reveal Einstein’s stereotyping of members of various nations and raise questions about his attitudes on race.
The mainstream has mainly focused on his statements concerning the Chinese people, but it is obvious that Einstein’s Jewish-supremacist mind, for the most part, can’t help but find fault with any other race but his own.
From a Unz Review: An Alternative Media Selection article is an Einstein quote about his thoughts on the Chinese people:
Chinese don’t sit on benches while eating but squat like Europeans do when they relieve themselves out in the leafy woods. All this occurs quietly and demurely. Even the children are spiritless and look obtuse.
Referencing again the TIME article, he went on to state
[he could not] “understand what kind of fatal attraction Chinese women possess which enthralls the corresponding men to such an extent that they are incapable of defending themselves against the formidable blessing of offspring.
These are his thoughts about Chinese fecundity:
It would be a pity if these Chinese supplant all other races. For the likes of us [I don’t think he means White people] the mere thought is unspeakably dreary.
Continuing from the Unz Review article are his thoughts about the people of Ceylon upon visiting Colombo:
For all their fineness, they give the impression that the climate prevents them from thinking backward or forward by more than a quarter of an hour. They live in great filth and considerable stench down on the ground, do little, and need little. Simple economic cycle of life. Far too penned up to allow any distinct existence for the individual. Half-naked, they reveal their fine and yet powerful bodies and their fine, patient faces. Nowhere shouting like the Levantines in Port Said. No brutality, no market crying existence, but quiet, acquiescent drifting along, albeit not lacking in a certain lightheartedness. Once you take a proper look at these people, you can hardly take pleasure in Europeans anymore, because they are more effete and more brutal and look so much cruder and greedier—and therein unfortunately lies their practical superiority, their ability to take on grand things and carry them out. Wouldn’t we too, in this climate, become like the Indians?
This latter statement is quite predictive for what is now taking place in all White nations; complete Jewish scorn for the White race leading to the Jews supporting White genocide by backing the flooding of White countries with the third-world dark races – and Jews thinking themselves superior to all.
And, even prior to his travel diaries there is this, now ironic, statement —
in a “1919 letter to another Jewish physicist, Paul Ehrenfest, “I get most joy from the emergence of the Jewish state in Palestine. It does seem to me that our kinfolk really are more sympathetic (at least less brutal) than these horrid Europeans. Perhaps things can only improve if only the Chinese are left, who refer to all Europeans with the collective noun ‘bandits.’”
It’s laughable that Einstein considered “horrid” Europeans brutal compared to how Israel treats the Palestinians today. And, isn’t it the Jew who acts like a bandit, taking everything for himself and impoverishing all others, not only by parasiting away the wealth of nations but working to steal away their cultures as well? It also sounds like he would have no problem going along with the White genocide Jewish agenda if he lived today.
In 1944, Einstein wrote, “The Germans as an entire people are responsible for these mass murders and must be punished as a people if there is justice in the world and if the consciousness of collective responsibility in the nations is not to perish from earth entirely.”
It’s clear that the Jews of today, similar to Einstein, continue to hold everyone collectively responsible for their fabricated version of the Holocaust. All must continue to pay and pay and pay the Jews to assuage a collective guilt built upon lies, especially the German people. Old Testament/Torah revenge syndrome is one of the mainstays of Jewish philosophy.
Rosenkranz quotes that Einstein also criticized ultra-orthodox Jews – “He described men at the Wailing Wall a “dull-witted ethnic brethren” and a “pitiful sight.” But notice how he still referred to them as ethnic brethren. One wonders what he would have thought of US and other non-Jew world politicians degrading themselves at the Wailing Wall.
In closing, it’s sickening that this Jewish-supremacist is continually held up as one of the most enlightened, compassionate men of his day and as a role model for our youth. Even Rosenkranz states: “In every case in which he found the intelligence of his fellow human beings to be lacking, his humanism and compassion come to an abrupt and disquieting end.” You can interpret fellow human beings to mean all non-Jews.