FALSELY ACCUSES HITLER OF 'SNUBBING' JESSE OWENS
International Jewry had urged a boycott of the 1936 Olympics.
1936 Olympics had already been awarded to Germany before Hitler became Chancellor in '33. So, despite the protests and boycotts
organized by Jewish groups, it is too late to take the games away from Germany.
Hitler was cheered by adoring German crowds....and so was Owens!
The games showcase the new Germany. Visitors are impressed at the spirit
and positive outlook of the German people. Germany wins more medals than any other nation, but it is Black American Jesse
Owens who is the biggest star of the games. The German crowd cheers wildly
for Owensas he wins 4 Gold Medals as both a sprinter and long jumper. Owens is befriended
by his German Long Jump competitor, Luz Long. (The two become good friends, and will remain penpals until Long is killed
in World War II).German National Radio even interviews Owens
New York: 1933: Madison Square Garden demo! The Zionist media hated Hitler.
The Zionist media had been agitating against Germany since 1933. Owens is used to vilify Hitler.
It was reported then, and has been repeated endlessly ever since, that Hitler "snubbed" Owens because he
was Black, storming out of the stadium in a fit of rage when Owens won his first race. This "snub"
makes Hitler seem petty and rude in the eyes of the world.
BUT THE STORY OF 'THE SNUB' IS A BIG LIE! .
German long jumper Luz Long became friends and penpals with Owens.
Owens himself will confirm that the “snub” story is a hoax,
stating in 1936:
"When I passed the Chancellor, he arose, waved
his hand at me, and I waved back. I think the writers showed bad taste in criticizing the man of the hour in Germany [Hitler]."
Years later, in his autobiography,
Owens again clarifies: .
"Hitler didn'tsnub me -it
was FDR who snubbed me. The president didn’t even send me a telegram."
Finally, in 2009, well known German
sportwriter Siegfried Mischner, comes clean with a secret he had been keeping. Mischner describes an encounter he had with
Jesse Owens in 1960's. Mischner, now 83, claims that Owens carried around a photograph in his wallet
of Hitler shaking Owen's hand!
*The following excerpt is from
a story appearing in the UK Daily Mail:
Hitler enjoying the 1936 Olympics. It turns out he was very gracious towards Owens!
who felt the newspapers of the day reported 'unfairly' on Hitler's attitude towards him, tried to get Mischner and his journalist
colleagues to change the accepted version of history in the 1960s. Mischner claimed Owens showed him
the photograph and told him: 'That was one of my most beautiful moments.'
Mischner said: 'It was taken behind the honour stand
and so not captured by the world's press. But I saw it, I saw him shaking Hitler's hand.
'The predominating opinion in post-war Germany was
that Hitler had ignored Owens.
therefore decided not to report on the photo. The consensus was that Hitler had to continue to be painted in a bad light in
relation to Owens.'
who went on to write a book about the 1936 Olympics, said other journalists were with him on the day that Owens produced the
photo and they too did not report on it.
was disappointed,' he said. 'He shook his head disapprovingly. The press then was very obedient. I can make no excuses, but
no one wanted to be the one to make Hitler the monster look good.
'All my colleagues are dead, Owens is dead. I thought this was the last chance to set
the record straight. I have no idea where the photo is or even if it exists still.'
And now you know the REAL story of Hitler's "snub" of Jesse Owens.
What else have we been lied to about?
Read "The Bad War" & "The 100 Year Murder!"