Last month Bollywood film director Rakesh Ranjan Kumar angered the Israelis and their Indian Hindutva buddies by announcing the filming of a movie in August 2010 to honor Adolf Hitler. Kumar claimed that the movie will be tribute to “Hitler’s love for India and how he indirectly contributed to Indian independence (August 15, 1947)”. Several Jewish leaders have lodged protests with Indian President Pratibha Devisingh Patil and Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh against the filming of the movie.
Rakeh Kumar’s claim of “Hitler’s love for India” (watch video below) is based on Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose (1897-1945) , a Hindu Bengali freedom-fighter, and his ‘Azad Hind Fauj’ which received training and funding from Nazi Germany and Japan. Some of his close associates were Muslims. Netaji escaped from India to Germany under the Muslim name Mohammad Ziauddin.
The movie’s screenwriter, Nalin Singh, took the movie’s name ‘Dear Friend Hitler‘ from the two letters Mahatma Gandhi wrote to the Adolf Hitler before WW II broke out in which he referred the German Chancellor as “my dear friend”, before pleading with him to avoid the war – which was initiated by the Jewish economic boycott of Germany – which they’re repeating against the Islamic Republic through the UN Security Council now.
“The film will recapture the last days of Adolf Hitler including his life in his Berlin bunker and Germany after his death in 1945,” said Rakesh Kumar.
The film will focus on Hitler’s personality as well as his relations with his close associates and his Jewish mistress, Eva Braun, whom he married in Berlin bunker.
Hitler will be played by veteran Bollywood actor Anupam Kher, who once played Gandhi on television, while former Miss India Neha Dhupia portrays Eva Braun.
It would be interesting to watch the reaction of pro-Israel Hindu extremist parties at the showing of this movie in December 2010 – as compared to their ‘Islamophobe’ showing on the screening of the Bollywood movie My Name is Khan.
In August 2006 – the opening of a new restaurant Hitler\’s Cross in Mumbai infuriated the tiny Indian Jewish community and its RSS supporters. The restaurant was later closed-down.
Hennecke Kardel praised Hitler in his 1974 book, Adolf Hitler- Founder of Israel: Israel in War With Jews. In the book Kardel claimed that Hitler strived to create a Jewish state as a result of being influenced by his Jewish relatives and his cooperation with Britain – which also wanted to drive the Jews out of Europe. Dr. Bryan Mark Rigg in his book ‘Hitler’s Jewish Soldiers’ has claimed that there could be as many as 150,000 German Jews in Nazi Army.