The announcement that David Greenglass, one of the original gang of Jewish Communist spies who betrayed America’s nuclear secrets to the Soviet Union, has died at the age of 92, serves as a timely reminder of the treasonous nature of Jewish Supremacism.
Greenglass was the brother of Ethel Rosenberg, and part of the infamous atomic treason spy ring of the 1940s and 1950s which handed the blueprints of the atom bomb to the Soviet Union—a state which had been set up by Jewish Communists in the first place.
Greenglass served ten years in prison and was released in 1960. He settled in Brooklyn, New York, and lived out his life peacefully under an assumed name.
The background to Greenglass’s arrest is covered in detail in the book “The Secret Behind Communism” by Dr. David Duke (obtainable from Daviddukeonline.com here).Herewith follows an extract from that book, dealing with the Jewish Communist atomic treason against America:
On February 3rd, 1949, British intelligence agents arrested a diminutive German-born atomic scientist by the name of Klaus Fuchs. He was accused, and subsequently convicted, of passing atomic secrets to the Russians.
At the beginning of World War II Fuchs had been interned by the British as an enemy alien. He was subsequently released from British custody and admitted to the U.S. at the personal instigation of Albert Einstein.
As a scientist for the Manhattan Project, he had access to America’s innermost atomic secrets between 1942 and 1945, and he is said to be one of the few men familiar with the overall construction of the A-bomb.
He served nine years in prison in England, and upon his release, emigrated to communist East Germany where he was received with acclaim and served in the Institute for Nuclear Research in Rossendorf, near Dresden.
The Fuchs-Gold Spy Ring
Acting on information obtained from Fuchs, the FBI began a series of investigations which resulted in the eventual arrest of nine other members of the ring. Of these nine, all of whom were later convicted, eight were Jewish. Here is a brief description of the entire ring:
- Harry Gold (Jew name Goldodnitsky). A chemist, he was born in Switzerland of Russian-Jewish parents. He studied at Drexel University, University of Pennsylvania, and Xavier University He was a courier for the Soviet espionage chief, S. M. Semenov, who used the Amtorg Trading Corporation as a base of operations. Gold traveled all over the country collecting information from ring members strategically placed in defense and atomic energy installations. Arrested in May of 1950, he pleaded guilty of espionage and received 30 years in prison. He was paroled in May 1965, after serving just over half of his sentence. Gold died in 1972 and is buried in the Har Nebo Cemetery Jewish cemetery in the Oxford Circle neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
- David Greenglass, the son of a Russian-Jewish father and a Polish-Jewish mother, was one of those who passed atomic information to Gold. Between 1943 and 1946 he was employed at the vital atomic installation at Los Alamos, New Mexico. He also gave Julius Rosenberg vital information concerning the “fuse” used to detonate the A-bomb. Significantly, the chief of the Los Alamos project at this time was the Jew, Robert Oppenheimer. Greenglass was sentenced to 15 years in prison, served 10 years. After his release in 1960, he took up residence in New York City under an assumed name, where he was still living in 2012.
- Abraham Brothman was another member of the ring. He headed the engineering firm of A. Brothman and Associates, Long Island, N.Y. He supplied Gold with secret data on aviation gasoline, turbo aircraft engines, and synthetic rubber. So valuable was his contribution that a Russian official allegedly told him his efforts were worth two brigades to Soviet Russia. He was arrested on July 27th, 1950, for conspiracy against the U.S. and was convicted. He served two years in jail and died in 1980.
- Miriam Moskowitz was also caught in the spy net. A graduate of the City College of NYC, she was arrested August 17, 1950 as part of the same apparatus. She was employed by the War Manpower Commission between 1942-44, and was later associated with the Brothman firm. She was convicted of conspiracy to obstruct justice and served two years in prison. As of 2012, she was still living in New Jersey.
- Sidney Weinbaum, a product of Russia’s “Charkoff” Institute of Technology, came to the U.S. in 1922. His real name was Israel Weinbaum. He was connected with the radiation laboratory at CalTech for four years, during which time he furnished the Soviet government with atomic secrets. His attendance of “communist club” meetings and association with known communists during his days as a student were held against him as proof of his perjury. In September of 1950 however, at the Federal District Court in Los Angeles, Weinbaum was convicted of perjury and sentenced to four years imprisonment.
- Alfred Dean Slack, was the only gentile besides Fuchs to be apprehended. While employed at the Oak Ridge establishment he gave atomic information to Harry Gold. He is also believed to have given Gold intelligence about a new secret explosive while employed at the Holtson Ordnance Works at Kingsport, Tennessee.
Three other members of the Fuchs-Gold ring were also arrested. However, unlike the first seven—who pleaded guilty—they chose to plead “not guilty.”
As a result two of them—Julius and Ethel Rosenberg—received the death penalty and the third, Morton Sobell, received 30 years in prison.
- Julius Rosenberg was born of Russian-Jewish parents. An electrical engineer and a graduate of the City College of New York City, he was instrumental in recruiting Greenglass into the spy ring. While employed at the Emerson Electric Company he stole the plans for the highly secret proximity fuse which was used against American planes in Korea. He also aided in the theft of atomic secrets: His job was to digest information from Greenglass, and then pass it on to Soviet agents. He was sentenced to death.
- Ethel Rosenberg, wife of Julius, was convicted of the same charges at the same time. She was a sister of David Greenglass. David Greenglass’s wife acted as a courier between Greenglass and the Rosenbergs, but for some reason was not put on trial. Ethel Rosenberg was sentenced to death and along with her husband, Julius, was executed on June 19, 1953 in Sing Sing prison—the first execution of civilians for espionage in United States history.
- Morton Sobell was also a graduate of the City College of New York City. He and Rosenberg were classmates together. Sobell passed electronic data to Rosenberg, including radar secrets. He fled to Mexico to escape arrest, was returned by Mexican authorities. He was convicted for conspiracy to commit espionage and was sentenced to 30 years in prison.