The source: Ernst Hiemer, Der Pudelmopsdackelpinscher (Nuremberg: Der Stürmer-Buchverlag, 1940).
On May 15, 2014, I went innocently to Branson’s Moonshine Beach, which just opened for the year. Jews had me beaten, crippled, and covered this deadly act in Las Vegas and fled. Since I could barely function and thought I’d decline and die, I tried to exercise. So I went to Moonshine Beach on the first day it opened. There was only one other family along the shore. I didn’t dive in. But since I also had 3 fractures on my left foot, I walked along the cold shore back and forth.
I saw the White father of the family dive in. I thought it a good idea. And I dove in and swam in shallow water to be careful parallel to the shore. Underwater I heard the father scream, “Snake! Snake! Snake!” I flew out of the water like a dolphin and hid behind him and his wife. I trembled and asked to show me where the snake was.
He said, “See that Black Head” bob up and down coming toward the shore. He (she) was coming right in your direction. It was a Black water moccasin, Poison and deadly. The most expensive treatment in a hospital is the anti-venom medicine. I was saved but here is a children’s story warning the White Race of the deadly snake: the Jew and Jewess. I’m not calling to “Kill the Jew” or “Throw them down the well,” as the song sings, but they must be brought to international justice and especially for my Polish family, White Veteran, me and my descendants.
“Background: Here are five chapters from the last of three anti-Semitic children’s books published by Julius Streicher’s Stürmer Publishing House. The author was Ernst Hiemer, Streicher’s second-in-command. Each chapter compares Jews to unpleasant forms of animal life: drones, hyenas, chameleons, coo-coos, locusts, bedbugs, starlings, mongrel dogs, poisonous snakes, tapeworms, and bacteria. The title comes from one of the stories, which focuses on a mongrel dog. Three of the stories end with calls to kill the Jews. And remember, this book was intended for small children. The book was viewed as crude even by some Nazis. For example, Der Hoheitsträger, a monthly for party leaders, gave it a brief negative review.
For more information, see my book on Julius Streicher.
Julius Streicher: Nazi Editor of the Notorious Anti-semitic Newspaper Der Sturmer Paperback – July 17, 2001
The Poisonous Serpent – Ernst Hiemer
Behind a lovely farmhouse in the Black Forest! Two young girls lay in hammocks and swing back and forth.
“I’d like to stay here forever! It is wonderful here!” That is what 14-year-old Inge from Berlin says to her friend Else. “You people in the country do not know how good you have it. You do not have the noise of the trams and cars, the roar of the factories, the hubbub of the big city. — Most of all, I envy this wonderful place to rest. Here one can gather strength for even the most difficult times.”
Inge falls silent and breathes in the tangy air that blows from the mysterious forest. Suddenly she sits up.
“Else, what is that big worm that is under the tree over there?”
Else looks. She shudders and whispers:
“My God! It’s an adder, a very poisonous snake!”
“Nonsense! The thing seems much too harmless to be poisonous. See how tired and sad the cute snake looks. Its eyes are very dull. Maybe it is sick! We have to help it! If we give it something to drink…”
Else interrupts her with excitement:
“Be quiet! You do not know what you are saying. That is the most dangerous thing about this snake. It looks so harmless. But it only wants to fool us. It is really a treacherous murderer that creeps up to animals and people, looking like a harmless creature, then bites them with its poisonous fang and hurts or even kills them.”
Inge knows that her friend Else always tells the truth. She shudders a little. But she has another question. But Else says “Shh” and points to the snake. The girls are quiet and hold their breath.
A little mouse is near the snake, sniffing for food. When the snake notices the mouse, it is suddenly transformed. It raises its head in the air. The eyes, formerly so dull, become bright. The snake’s body tenses. The adder’s tongue flits quickly in its half-open mouth. Suddenly its body quivers. With amazing speed the head darts forward. The jaw opens and the teeth sink into the body of the little mouse. The poison enters the blood of the startled animal. A few seconds later the mouse lies dead on the ground. The adder opens its mouth and swallows its victim whole. Then it glides slowly and wearily back and disappears into the bushes.
The girls watch for a long time. Then they leap from their hammocks and run as fast as they can into the farm house.
“What is the matter with you?”, Else’s father asks the two children. Excitedly they tell him the story. The farmer says nothing and listens quietly as the children get the story out. Then he reaches for his pipe and lights it.
“Sit down, children,” he says. “I will explain it all to you.”
“Now, listen children! You really have seen an adder. It is poisonous, as dangerous for animals as for people. As long as there is no victim in the area, it looks peaceful and harmless. I can easily understand why Inge believed that it was not dangerous. But remember this: never trust a snake! From the moment it sees a victim, it shows its true nature. It pitilessly attacks the unsuspecting animal. Its fangs poison its victim’s blood.”
“Yes, the poor little mouse died right away,” the two children say.
“That’s right,” says the farmer, taking a big puff on his pipe. He continues:
“When people are bitten by a poisonous snake, they do not die so fast. At first, their body gradually tires. Their strength declines. They become dizzy. The blood pressure changes. They start bleeding heavily from the mouth, nose and ears. Some of those who are bitten become unconscious, but most suffer terrible pain for a long time before they die.”
“That’s terrible!”, Inge from Berlin says. This is the first time she has seen a poisonous snake. Then she asks:
“Are there other kinds of poisonous snakes besides adders?”
The farmer nods.
“Poisonous snakes come in all colors and sizes. There are poisonous snakes in every country around the world. The beautiful sand otter in Italy is just as poisonous as the ugly puff adder in Africa, the restless horn viper of Arabia, the copperhead in Mexico, the secretive bushmaster in South America, or the rattlesnake in North America! They are and remain poisonous snakes. They are and remain a danger for people and animals. To show you how many victims poisonous snakes have, children, I can tell you that every year in India alone an average of 20,000 people die after being bitten by poisonous snakes.”
“That’s terrible,” stutters Inge, and shakes her head. “And I wanted to go over to that poisonous snake, I wanted to feed it…”
“That would have been a mistake,” the farmer warns. Then he continues:
“There are many scholars and scientists who keep such poisonous snakes in captivity to study them. These men say that these poisonous snakes can behave for months as if they were fully tame. But one day they suddenly bit their caretaker in the hand, the same hand that touched them tenderly. Many a scientist has died in this way.”
“Dreadful!”, Else says, and then asks:
“Father, isn’t there any way to protect oneself from these beasts?”
“Certainly,” says the farmer. “Much has been done to alleviate the effects of a snake bite. There are medicines that, if used quickly, can save the lives of those who are bitten in many cases. But the poisonous snakes are still there. They threaten man and beast every day. To protect against these creatures, there is only one real solution…”
“I know what it is, father,” Else interrupts. ““One has to destroy the poisonous snakes.”
The farmer nods grimly.
“That’s right, my child. One has to destroy the poisonous snakes! One must find them wherever one can. One must make their offspring harmless. One must hunt them down without pity and exterminate them in all the nations of the world. If we do not kill the poisonous snakes, they will kill us!”
*There are poisonous snakes not only among the animals, but also among people. They are the Jews.
As long as the poisonous snakes do not sense a victim, they behave like the most peaceful and harmless animals. Only when a victim nears do they show their true face. They attack from behind and kill their prey without pity.
The Jews do to people what poisonous snakes do to people. As long as the Jew is not certain of his prey, he behaves as if he were the most innocent and best of people. He even gives the impression of being a poor devil whom one should pity. Many Gentiles are deceived in this way. They unsuspectingly let Jews into their countries. They unsuspectingly give them the same rights as they have. They even give the Jew special protection as an “innocent and good person.” In their ignorance, the nations feed the Jewish poisonous snake from “their own bosom.”
But one day, the Jew lets the mask fall and shows what he really is, a poisonous snake among people. The same livestock Jew who formerly seemed so nice and friendly suddenly and pitilessly robs the farmer of everything he has and throws him and his family on the street. The same money-lending Jew, who formerly lent money with the most friendly smile, drives the Gentile merchant into misery and takes over his business. The same Jewish attorney who formerly claimed to fight only for truth and justice robs his wards of everything they have. The same Jewish politician who promised the voters a golden future plunges the whole people into terrible misfortune.
That is the Jew! He always proves a poisonous snake amidst the people!
There are various kinds of poisonous snakes. There are poisonous snakes in the most varied countries in the world. The same is true of the Jews. There are little and big ones, fat and thin ones, black-haired and even blond ones. There are rich and poor Jews. There are Jewish peddlers, businessmen, merchants, doctors, attorneys, scholars, politicians and stock exchange barons. There are Jews in Germany, England and Italy, in Europe, Africa, Asia, Australia and America. But even if they look much different, if they hide in various occupations and speak the various languages of the world, they are and remain Jews. They are and remain the poisonous snakes of humanity.
Just as the snake’s bite poisons the blood of its victims, the Jews poison the blood of their host peoples. People who let the Jews in lose the purity of their blood. At first they hardly notice as the Jewish poison infects their bodies and souls. But slowly they decline. Their children are half-breeds who bear the physical and spiritual characteristics of the Jewish race. These Jewish half-breeds further poison their people’s blood. Once the majority of the people carry the Jewish poison, there is no saving them any longer. The poison has its effect! The people must decline.
20,000 people die each year in India alone because of snake bites. The effect of Jewish blood poisoning is even more terrible. There is hardly a people on early in which the Jew has not caused blood poisoning a thousand fold. There are hundreds of thousands of Jewish half-breeds in nearly every country. Altogether, there are millions of people who have poisoned Jewish blood. The effects of this poisoning of humanity are incalculable.
The effects of the poison spread by Jewish newspaper and radio agitators are also frightful. They lie to high heaven and set the best of a people against each other. They bring discord and unrest to people. They poison public opinion. The results are war and revolution. Millions perish. But the Jewish poisoners of nations are delighted at the success of their destructive work.
In captivity, poisonous snakes can behave for months as if they are tame. Suddenly, they show their true nature and bite the person who has cared for them so well and so long.
It is the same with the Jews. If the Jews are in trouble or danger, if their host peoples are stronger than they, they behave as if they are transformed. They suddenly become shy and quiet, kind and friendly, and creep about on their bellies. They play the “good guy” who wishes the best! They play the humanitarian who always has an open heart for the poor! They pretend to be so dumb as to hardly be able to count to three! Gentile peoples are too easily deceived by this Jewish play-acting. They take the “poor” Jews in and protect and care for them. The Jews are waiting for this moment. Suddenly they show their true face and become completely insolent and arrogant. Woe to the people that are bitten by the “poisoned fang” of the Jews. In most cases, there is no saving them.
Medical science has discovered drugs that can combat the effects of a snake bite if they are taken in time. There is also a splendid means of combating the Jewish poison. It is educating humanity about the Jewish world enemy. Every man, every woman, every child must learn the truth about the Jews. Each people, wherever it lives on the earth, must understand the Jewish question. Poor and rich, old and young, all most learn. Only he who knows the poisonous Jewish snake and the results of its bite can protect himself against disease and decline.
But education alone cannot solve the Jewish question. A people that recognizes the Jews must also have the strength to deal pitilessly with the world enemy. Just as the danger of poisonous snakes is eliminated only when one has completely eradicated poisonous snakes, the Jewish question will only be solved when Jewry is destroyed. Humanity must know that in the case of the Jewish question there can only be a hard “either/or.” If we do not kill the Jewish poisonous serpent, it will kill us!