manded in their programme the immediate expulsion of "all non-Germans," who entered Germany subsequent to August 2nd, I9I4, and had in view a similar fate for all persons of Jewish origin, no matter how long they or their ancestors had lived in the country, or how devoted and useful they had been to the Fatherland. Point 7 of their I92O programme reads:
"We demand that the State shall make it its first duty to promote the industry and livelihood of citizens of the State. If it is not possible to nourish the entire population of the State, foreign nationals (non-citizens of the State) must be excluded from the Reich."[Italics ours.]
In brief, then, the objective of the National Socialists, the present rulers of Germany, has been threefold: (I) to deprive all who have displeased them, and particularly Germans of Jewish ancestry, of citizenship and political rights; (2) to eliminate them from the political, cultural, social and economic life of the country; and (3) to force them to emigrate. This objective has been pursued relentlessly by the present Government of Germany without regard either for the human suffering occasioned by their policies or for the welfare of the states in whose domains the victims have been obliged to seek refuge.