Most people know very little about Madagascar. Fewer yet know that Hitler hoped to settle European Jews there.
It is a very large and interesting island. White snakes and black geese are found there, along with white-necked crows and fireflies which give off a green light. The white snakes are slender, get up to four feet long, and are found nowhere else on earth (there are no poisonous snakes on the island). Madagascar is also the home of a plethora of other creatures.
Up until recent centuries a giant bird, called “aepyornis,” meaning “High Bird,” lived on Madagascar, which was far taller than any ostrich. They attained a height of 14 feet, laid eggs up to 14 inches long whose shells could hold six times as much as an ostrich egg, or as much as 12 dozen hen’s eggs.
It is thought that the last of the High Birds died more than 250 years ago. A half-century or so back, a report stated that the eggs of aepyornis could still sometimes be found by natives who searched for them.
Madagascar, maybe better known to the younger generation as the Malagasy Republic, or the Democratic Republic of Madagascar, is 980 miles long and 360 miles wide at the widest part. At around 226,000 square miles it is the fourth largest island in the world. Plenty roomy to have settled the Jews on. And not overpopulated either.
The native inhabitants are a mongrelized mix. It is thought that people of Polynesian stock first came to eastern Africa, partly mixed with the Bantus, and to a certain extent with Arabs, also. They then migrated to Madagascar sometime between the first and 10th century A.D. Arriving on the large and fertile island, a large portion of the purest Polynesian stock settled in the highlands in the central part of the island and more or less kept to themselves. The geographical separation from the African stock preserved some of the Polynesian blood until about 400 years ago, when integration and mongrelization set in in earnest. The dark descendants are called the Malagasy.
Their religion is a kind of fetishism, with a peculiar feature. This is to dig up the bones of their ancestors from time to time and turn them. This is supposed to take care of all problems.
And problems they have, aplenty. Originally a dense belt of forest, averaging 15 to 20 miles wide, passed around the whole island, but much of this has been cut down. At the present rate of destruction it is predicted that the forests will be gone in 30 to 40 years. But the Malagasy have a saying that “the forests, like true love, will last forever.”
Erosion is another problem they either cannot or will not get a handle on. From space, a red ring around the whole island is visible, from the countless tons of soil that wash into the sea. At one time the native fishermen used a somewhat large European-type schooner, but extensive sections of the rivers are silted up so badly now that more and more of these schooners are sitting high and dry on mud flats, and the fishermen are reverting to the same small-type skiffs and rowboats that their ancestors used generations ago.
Annexed by France in 1896, many thought the island had a bright future if France would colonize it, and the native population was much smaller then. Some French colonists did come, plus some other European, Chinese and Indian settlers, but there were not nearly enough to offset the lopsided weight of the Malagasy population.
There was still room for a lot more people, though, in 1940. The short war between Germany and France ended in June of that year, with Germany the victor. Hitler was keen to find a homeland for Europe’s Jews somewhere, and Madagascar seemed like the best bet. Some of “God’s Own” were willing to go, but the main Zionist leaders wanted Palestine; claiming that their ancestors had lived there, even though most of them were Khazars who had never lived in Palestine. Hitler, however, must have felt that a Jewish homeland carved out of Arab territory in Palestine would have caused too much trouble with the Arabs, and events have more than proved him right.
Hitler’s plan hinged upon a favorable outcome of WWII, which of course did not happen. It seems to have been a reasonable plan, though, and had Germany won, there appears to be no reason why the plan could not have been carried out, in whole or in part.
It is interesting to speculate on what would have happened if most of Europe’s Jews had indeed settled in Madagascar. Would the island have been ruled by Vichy France? Or Germany? Or would the Jews have been allowed to rule it themselves? Some say that the Jews, with all their supposed skill at handling money, are no good at running their own country, and that the state of Israel would have gone broke a long time ago if various other countries, and particularly the U.S. and former West Germany, hadn’t given them an immense fortune in money, grants, loans and “reparations” over the years.
This may very well be true. But another possible explanation is that the Jews haven’t had to shape up. With so many brainwashed and Jewized nations willing to hand over aid to them, why should they shape up? But maybe they could, if they had to.
Even if they are not particularly good at running a country, they have done pretty well in agriculture in Israel, under conditions that are at least partly quite arid and harsh. So, if Hitler’s plan could have been carried out, the island of Madagascar would have been a lot better off today, as far as its farmland and forests are concerned.
It became independent from France in 1960, and was named the Malagasy Republic. In 1975 it was renamed the Democratic Republic of Madagascar. A January 1993 report said that Madagascar now has 11 million people. Still it isn’t overpopulated, compared to a lot of other countries. But it does have one of the fastest population growth rates in the world.
Holland, Belgium, Germany and England, to name a few, are far more densely populated. In fact, compared to them, Madagascar is vastly underpopulated. Yet they are light years ahead of the Malagasy natives as far has High Culture is concerned. The type of people makes the difference.
Conditions on Madagascar are causing some very deep furrows and some very high brows. There are plans to try and save some of the most threatened animals and birds. The plowshare tortoises were saved when there were only thirty left. Various other creatures will probably also be snatched from the brink. But it looks like many will die out in the next century, unless things change.
Whites living on the island are of course worried, and want to help, but their small numbers make them only a speck on the colored population. Whites from other countries will have the most leverage; but, without the cooperation of the Malagasy natives, it doesn’t look like things can ever really turn around.
With the average income only $200, a year, the poverty is desperate. The forest have been reduced to groves along the coasts and some of the mountain slopes. The erosion goes on apace, more and more plants and animals are threatened, but the Malagasy themselves are not concerned about their island’s future. They think that all they have to do is dig up the bones of their ancestors occasionally, turn them, and all will be well. This will take care of the severe forest destruction, the erosion, and everything else. No need to worry.
It looks like the Bantu-Arab-Polynesian mix did not turn out a hybrid that is very good at thinking. The blood of the darker Bantu people overwhelmed the blood of the other two lighter-skinned subraces. This is always the way these things work out. The Bantus are the most primitive of the three, and the more primitive genes are always dominant.
SOURCE: The Liberty Bell, May 1993