The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book, by Ernst Hiemer

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The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book, by Ernst Hiemer

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The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book
by Ernst Hiemer
1938

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Table of Contents:

• 1. The Poisonous Mushroom
• 2. How To Identify a Jew
• 3. How The Jews Came To Us
• 4. What Is The Talmud
• 5. Why The Jews Let Themselves Be Baptised
• 6. How A German Peasant Was Driven From House And Farm
• 7. How Jewish Traders Cheat
• 8. The Experience of Hans And Else with a Strange Man
• 9. Inge's Visit To a Jewish Doctor
• 10. How The Jew Treats His Domestic Help
• 11. How Two Women Were Tricked By Jewish Lawyers
• 12. How Jews Torment Animals
• 13. What Christ Said About The Jews
• 14. Money Is The God of The Jews
• 15. How Worker Hartmann Became A National Socialist
• 16. Are There Decent Jews?
• 17. Without Solving The Jewish Question No Salvation For Mankind
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Re: The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book, by Ernst Hiem

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The Poisonous Mushroom

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Just as it is often hard to tell a toadstool from an edible mushroom, so too it is often very hard to recognise the Jew as a swindler and criminal.

A mother and her young boy are gathering mushrooms in the German forest. The boy finds some poisonous ones. The mother explains that there are good mushrooms and poisonous ones, and, as they go home, says:

Look, Franz, human beings in this world are like the mushrooms in the forest. There are good mushrooms and there are good people. There are poisonous, bad mushrooms and there are bad people. And we have to be on our guard against bad people just as we have against poisonous mushrooms. Do you understand that?

Yes, mother, Franz replies. I understand that in dealing with bad people trouble may arise, just as when one eats a poisonous mushroom. One may even die!

And do you know, too, who these bad men are, these poisonous mushrooms of mankind? the mother continued. Franz slaps his chest in pride: Of course I know, mother! They are the Jews! Our teacher has often told us about them.

The mother praises her boy for his intelligence, and goes on to explain the different kinds of poisonous Jews: the Jewish pedlar, the Jewish cattle dealer, the Kosher butcher, the Jewish doctor, the baptised Jew, and so on.

However they disguise themselves, or however friendly they try to be, affirming a thousand times their good intentions to us, one must not believe them. Jews they are and Jews they remain. For our folk they are poison.

Like the poisonous mushroom! says Franz.

Yes, my child! Just as a single poisonous mushrooms can kill a whole family, so a solitary Jew can destroy a whole village, a whole city, even an entire folk.

Franz has understood.

Tell me, mother, do all non Jews know that the Jew is as dangerous as a poisonous mushroom?

Mother shakes her head.

Unfortunately not, my child. There are millions of non Jews who do not yet know the Jews. So we have to enlighten people and warn them against the Jews. Our young people, too, must be warned. Our boys and girls must learn to know the Jew. They must learn that the Jew is the most dangerous poison mushroom in existence. Just as poisonous mushrooms spring up everywhere, so the Jew is found in every country in the world. Just as poisonous mushrooms often lead to the most dreadful calamity, so the Jew is the cause of misery and distress, illness and death.

German youth must learn to recognise the Jewish poison mushroom. They must learn what a danger the Jew is for the German folk and for the whole world. They must learn that the Jewish problem involves the destiny of us all.

The following tales tell the truth about the Jewish poison mushroom. They show the many shapes the Jew assumes. They show the depravity and baseness of the Jewish race. They show the Jew for what he really is:

The Devil in human form.
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Re: The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book, by Ernst Hiem

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How to Identify a Jew

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The Jewish nose is bent. It looks like the number six.

The 7th year boys' class is dealing with the question of how to recognise a Jew. The teacher, Birkmann, has made various drawings on the blackboard to assist the class. The boy Karl stands before the board with a pointer and explains the drawings.

One can tell a Jew by his nose. The Jewish nose is bent at the tip. It looks like a figure 6. So we call them Figure sixes. Many non Jews also have bent noses. But in their case the nose is bent up, not down. They have nothing to do with the Jewish nose.

Encouraged by the teacher, Karl points out that the lips are another distinguishing feature; they are usually puffed up. The eyebrows are: Usually thicker and more fleshy than ours.

From the eyes one can see that the Jew is: A false, deceitful person.

The best scholar in the class, Fritz Müller then comes to the front and continues. Fritz points out that Jews are usually: Middle sized and have short legs. Their arms too, are usually short. Many Jews have curved legs and are flat footed. They often have a low slanting forehead. We call it a retreating forehead. Many criminals have such foreheads. The Jews are also criminals. Their hair is mostly dark and often curled like the hair of Negroes. Their ears are very big and look like the handle of a coffee cup.

Two other boys add their contribution. One deals with variations, such as blond Jews, and the other with the peculiarities of Jewish movements and speech.

The Jew talks nearly always through his nose.

He often has: A repugnant, sweetish smell. A fine nose can always smell a Jew.

With these answers the teacher is satisfied.

He turns the board round. The following verses are written on it and are recited by the children:

From a Jew's face
The wicked Devil speaks to us,
The Devil who, in every country,
Is known as evil plague.

Would we from the Jew be free,
Again be gay and happy,
Then must youth fight with us
To get rid of the Jewish Devil.
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Re: The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book, by Ernst Hiem

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How the Jews came to us

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Just look at these guys! The louse infested beards!

The filthy, protruding ears.

Look at those creatures! cries Fritz.

Those sinister Jewish noses! Those lousy beards! Those dirty, standing out ears! Those bent legs! Those flat feet! Those stained, fatty clothes! Look how they move their hands about! How they haggle! And those are supposed to be men!

And what sort of men? replies Karl. They are criminals of the worst sort.

He describes their trafficking in wares and how, when they have money enough, they get rid of their dirty clothes, cut their beards off, delouse themselves, put on up to date clothes, and go about as if they were not Jews. In Germany they speak German and behave as though they were Germans. In France they speak French and act as Frenchmen. In Italy they want to be Italians; in Holland, Dutch; in America, Americans; and so on. So they carry on throughout the whole world.

Fritz laughs at this and says anyhow they can always be recognised as Jews. Karl nods:

Naturally, one can tell them if one uses one's eyes. But unfortunately, there are still many who fall for the Jewish swindle.

Fritz answers:

Not me! I know the Jews! I know too, a verse about them:

Once they came from the East,
Dirty, lousy, without a cent;
But in a few years
They were well to do.

Today they dress very well;
Do not want to be Jews any more
So keep your eyes open and make a note: Once a Jew, always a Jew!
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Re: The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book, by Ernst Hiem

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What is the Talmud?

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In the Talmud it is written: Only the Jew is human. Gentile peoples are not called humans, but animals. Since we Jews see Gentiles as animals, we call them only Goy.

Solly is thirteen years old. He is the son of the livestock Jew Blumenstock from Langenbach. There is no Jewish school there. Solly therefore has to go to the German school. His schoolmates don't like him. Solly is fresh and insolent. There are always fights. And Solly is always responsible for them.

Today Solly doesn't have to go to school. He has to visit a rabbi in the city. A rabbi is a Jewish preacher. And this Jewish preacher wants to see if Solly has diligently studied the teachings of the Jewish religion. Solly has gone to the synagogue. A synagogue is the church of the Jews. The rabbi is waiting for him. He is an old Jew with a long beard and a genuine devil's face. Solly bows. The rabbi leads him to a reading table where there is a large, thick book. It is the Talmud. The Talmud is the secret law book of the Jews.

The rabbi begins the examination.

Solly, you have a non Jewish teacher in school. And every day you hear what the Gentiles say, what they believe, and the laws by which they live .....

Solly interrupts the rabbi:

Yes, rabbi, I hear that every day. But that doesn't concern me. I am a Jew. I have laws to follow that are entirely different from those of the Gentiles. Our laws are written down in the Talmud.

The rabbi nods.

Right! And now I want to hear what you know about them. Give me a few sayings or proverbs that you have heard in the Gentile school!

Solly thinks. Then he says:

A proverb of the Gentiles is: Work is no disgrace.

What do the Gentiles mean by that?

They mean to say that it is no disgrace when one has to work.

Do we Jews believe that?

No, we don't believe that! In our law book the Talmud it is written:

Work is noxious and not to be done.

Therefore we Jews don't work, but mostly engage in commerce. Gentiles are created to work. In the Talmud it also says:

The rabbi teaches: There is no lower occupation than farming. A Jew should neither plough the field nor plant grain. Commerce is far more bearable than tilling the soil.

The rabbi laughs.

You've learned very well. But I know another Talmud passage that you must learn.

He opens the Talmud. Solly must read:

The Gentiles are created to serve the Jews. They must plough, sow, weed, dig, reap, bundle, sift, and grind. The Jews are created to find everything ready.

The rabbi continues his examination.

Tell me several more principles or proverbs of the Gentiles!

Solly answers:

The Gentiles say: Be ever loyal and upright. Honor is the surest defense.

What do the Gentiles mean by that?

They mean that one should always be honest in life. One should not lie and cheat. That's what the Gentiles say.

And what do we Jews do?

We may lie and cheat Gentiles. In the Talmud it says:

It is permitted for Jews to cheat Gentiles. All lies are good.

And furthermore it is written:

It is forbidden for a Jew to cheat his brother. To cheat a Gentile is permitted.

When we loan the Gentiles money, we must demand usurious interest. For in the Talmud it is written:

Concerning robbery it is taught: Gentiles may not rob each other. The Gentile may not rob the Jews. But the Jews may at any time rob the Gentiles.

It further says:

If a Jew has stolen something from a Gentile and the Gentile discovers it and demands it back, the Jew should simply deny it all. The Jewish court will stand by the Jew.

It is also permitted for us Jews to buy stolen goods from a thief, when they come from Gentiles. We Jews may also be fences without sinning before our god. Smuggling and tax evasion are also permitted for us Jews. In the Talmud it is written that we may cheat Gentile authorities of customs and taxes. It says:

Smuggling is permitted, for it is written: You need not pay what you owe.

Also thievery is permitted for Jews. But we may steal only from the Gentiles. The Talmud says:

The words You shall not steal in the text refer only to thievery from Jews. Stealing from Gentiles is not meant.

What does that mean? the rabbi asked.

That means that we cannot steal from or cheat Jews. But we can cheat Gentiles at any time. That is permitted for us.

The rabbi is satisfied.

Excellent! In conclusion, give me several more laws from the Talmud.

Solly is delighted with the rabbi's praise. Solly says: In the Talmud it is written:

Only the Jew is human. The Gentile peoples are not called people, rather they are named animals.

And because we see Gentiles as animals, we call them goy. It is also permitted for us at any time to perjure ourselves before a Gentile court. In the Talmud it is written:

The Jew is permitted to swear falsely before a Gentile court. Such an oath is always to be seen as compelled. Even when a Jew swears by the name of god, he is allowed to tell a lie, and in his heart to reject the oath he has made.

Furthermore, in the Book Of Sirach it says:

Terrify all the nations, O Judah! Lift up your hands against the Gentiles! Incite the wrath of the Gentiles against each other and pour out anger! Shatter the princes who are enemies to the Jews.

Enough! interrupts the rabbi. He comes up to Solly and shakes his hand. Then he says:

You are a fine Talmud student. You will become a real Jew. Always think about what the Talmud demands of you. The teachings and laws of the Talmud are more important and more to be obeyed than the laws of the Old Testament. The teachings of the Talmud are the words of the living Jewish god. He who breaks the laws of the Talmud deserves death. You should think about that throughout your whole life. If you always follow the Talmud laws diligently, you will join our biblical fathers in the Jewish heaven. Amen!

Murder, thievery, and lies,
Robbery, perjury, and cheating:
These are all permitted for the Jews,
As every Jewish child knows.

In the Talmud it is written,
What Jews hate and what they love,
What Jews think and how they live,
All is ordained by the Talmud.
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Re: The Poisonous Mushroom: A children's book, by Ernst Hiem

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Why the Jews let themselves be baptised

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Baptism didn't make a Gentile out of him.

Anne says:

Do you know our Girls' Leader once told us: Just as little as a Negro can be made into a German by baptism, can a Jew be made into a non Jew.

Grete stamps her feet angrily on the ground:

I do not understand these priests who go on baptising Jews even today. By doing so they admit a criminal mob into the churches.

Anne concludes:

I believe a time will come when the Christians will curse the clergy who once allowed Jews to enter the Christian Church. For the Jews only want to destroy the Christian Church. And they will destroy it if our clergy go on allowing Jews to enter. There is a saying:

If a Jew comes along
Wanting a priest to baptise him,
Be on your guard and beware:
Jew remains always Jew!

Baptismal water helps not a jot.
That does not make the Jew any better!
He is a Devil in time
And remains so through eternity!
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How a German peasant was driven from house and farm

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Daddy, some day when I have my own farm, no Jew will enter my house.

Little Paul is frightfully shocked. His eyes sparkle with anger. What a mean Jew! he says. Then he is silent awhile. Full of loathing, he looks at the Jew. He would like best to break the water jug on the creature's head. But what could the little fellow do! That would not help his neighbour.

Father, when I am grown up and have a farm of my own, I will always think of our neighbor. And no Jew shall ever enter my house. I will write on the door: Jews prohibited! And if a Jew were to come in, I would at once throw him out!

The father nods:

Right, Paul! One should have nothing to do with a Jew. The Jew will always cheat us. The Jew will take from us all we possess. Every peasant must make a note of that!

Yes, says little Paul, and I will always think of the saying that teacher has taught us at school:

The peasant prays to the German God:
Oh, keep the hail from us,
Protect us from lightning and flood,
Then we shall have again good harvest.

But worse than these plagues,
Never forget, is the Jews!
Be warned: Look out
For the bloodthirsty Jew!
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How Jewish traders cheat

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Farming woman, have I got something special for you today. Look at this material! You can make a dress from it that will make you look like a baroness, like a countess, like a queen.

It is a festival evening in the village when the Jew turns up with his wares. The Jew flatters the peasant woman and spreads out his wares.

Everything the heart desires, Levy has for sale.

But the German peasant girl turns down his offers.

The Jew persists, and shows her some stuff of ..... purest wool. That will make a dress for you, woman, so that you will look like a Baroness or a Princess, like a Queen. And cheap, too, that I can tell you!

But the peasant woman knows the Jew too well.

I am buying nothing from you, she says, and goes away.

The Jew packs up and goes away cursing. He consoles himself with the knowledge that there are lots of other peasants who can be more easily duped than this one.

Woe to the woman, however, who lets herself be taken in by his chatter. It will happen to her. As has happened to so many other peasant women once they have let the Jew in. There is no escape. There is an old saying:

The Jewish hawker
Is a cheat and seducer.
He lies all the time
And you -- you pay the price.

So many have gone through the mill.
Would you be saved from these penalties?
Then don't let the Jew come in
And buy only from a German!
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The experience of Hans and Else with a strange man

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Here, kids, I have some candy for you. But you both have to come with me.

Else begins to have plenty of sweets.

Hans asks from where they are coming.

I have got them from a strange man. But don't tell mother! The man strictly forbade me to do so!

Hans is curious. They arrange to go together. The man wants them to go with him.

Hans hesitates -- Hans thought:

What does the man want of us? Why should we go with him?

Suddenly a great fear comes over him.

You are a Jew! he cries, and, seizing his sister, runs off as fast as his legs will carry him. At the corner of the street he meets a policeman. Quickly Hans tells his story. The policeman gets on his motorbike and soon overtakes the strange man. He handcuffs him and takes him to prison.

At home, subsequently, there is great rejoicing. The police praise Hans for being a brave lad. His mother gives him a large piece of chocolate while teaching him the following saying:

A devil goes through the land,
The Jew he is, known to us all
As murderer of the peoples and polluter of the races,
The terror of children in every country!

He wants to ruin the youth.
He wants all peoples to die.
Have nothing to do with a Jew
Then you'll be happy and gay!
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Inge's visit to a Jewish doctor

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Two criminal eyes flashed behind the glasses and the fat lips grinned.

Inge is sick. For several days she has had a light fever and a headache. But Inge did not want to go to the doctor.

Why go to the doctor for such a trifle? she said again and again when her mother suggested it. Finally her mother insisted.

March! Go to Doctor Bernstein and let him examine you! her mother ordered.

Why Doctor Bernstein? He is a Jew! And no real German girl goes to a Jew, Inge replied.

Her mother laughed.

Don't talk nonsense! Jewish doctors are all right. They are always chattering nonsense about it at your League Of German Girls meetings. What do those girls know about it?

Inge protested.

Mother, you can say what you want, but you can't slander the League of German Girls. You should know that we League of German Girls understand the Jewish question better than many of our parents. Our Girls' Leader gives a short talk about the Jews nearly every week. Just recently she said: A German may not go to a Jewish doctor! Particularly not a German girl! Because the Jews want to destroy the German people. Many girls who went to a Jewish doctor for healing found instead sickness and shame! That's what our Girls' Leader said, Mother. And she's right!

Her mother grew impatient.

You always think you know more than the grown ups. What you said just isn't true. Look, Inge. I know Doctor Bernstein well. He is a fine doctor.

But he is a Jew! And the Jews are our deadly enemies, Inge replied.

Now her mother became really angry.

That's enough, you naughty child! Go to Doctor Bernstein right now! If you don't, I'll teach you how to obey me!

Her mother screamed and raised her hand.

Inge did not want to be disobedient, so she went. Went to the Jewish doctor Bernstein!

Inge sits in the waiting room of the Jewish doctor. She had to wait a long time. She leafs through the magazines that are on the table. But she is much too nervous to be able to read more than a few sentences. Again and again she thinks back on the conversation with her mother. And again and again she recalls the warning of her League of German Girls' Leader: A German may not go to a Jewish doctor! Particularly a German girl! Many girls who went to a Jewish doctor for healing found instead sickness and shame!

As Inge entered the waiting room, she had had a strange experience. From the examination room of the doctor came crying. She heard the voice of a girl:

Doctor! Doctor! Leave me alone!

Then she heard the scornful laugh of a man. Then all was suddenly silent. Breathlessly Inge had listened.

What does all that mean? she asked herself, and her heart beat faster. Once again she thought of the warnings of her League of German Girls' Leader.

Inge has been waiting for an hour. Again she picks up the magazines and tries to read. Then the door opens. Inge looks up. The Jew appears. A cry comes from Inge's mouth. In terror she lets the newspaper drop. Terrified, she jumps up. Her eyes stare in the face of the Jewish doctor. And this face is the face of the Devil. In the middle of this devilish face sits an enormous crooked nose. Behind the glasses glare two criminal eyes. And a grin runs across the protruding lips. A grin that wants to say: Now I have you at last, little German girl!

The Jew comes toward her. His fat fingers grasp for her. But now Inge has recovered. Before the Jew can grab her she hits the fat face of the Jew doctor. Then a leap to the door. Breathlessly Inge runs down the steps. Breathlessly she dashes out of the Jew house.

In tears she returns home. Her mother is shocked to see her child.

For God's sake, Inge! What happened?

It is a long time before the child can say anything. Finally Inge tells about her experience with the Jew doctor. Her mother listens in horror. And when Inge finishes her story, her mother lowers her head in shame.

Inge, I shouldn't have sent you to a Jewish doctor. When you left I regretted it. I couldn't relax. I wanted to call you back. I suspected suddenly that you were right. I suspected that something would happen to you. But everything came out all right, thank God!

Her mother moans, and tries to conceal her tears.

Gradually Inge calms down. She laughs again. Mother, you've done a lot for me. Thank you. But you have to promise me something: about the League Of German Girls ...

Her mother doesn't let her finish.

I know what you want to say, Inge. I promise. I'm finding that one can learn even from you children. Inge nods.

You're right, Mother. We League of German Girls, we know what we want, even if we are not always understood. Mother, you taught me many sayings. Today I want to give you one to learn. And slowly and significantly Inge says:

The Devil, it was he
Who sent the Jew doctor to Germany.
Like a devil he defiles
The German woman, Germany's honour.

The German people, they'll not be sound
Unless very soon the way is found
To German healing, German ways,
To German doctors in future days.
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