History records that Martin Luther did not become fully aware of the character and threat of the atheistic Zionist Jew until relatively late in his reforming ministry. Nevertheless, Luther did identify the Talmudic, atheistic Jew as the formidable anti-Christ and organized enemy of Christianity. For this reason, the Zionist Jews would later declare that the road to world domination by the Jews had to go through Germany. That was true for two reasons:
The theme of the book of Deuteronomy, racial identity, begins in chapter two:
Ye are to pass through the coast of your brethren the children of Esau, which dwell in Seir; and they shall be afraid of you. (Deut. 2:4)
Esau was the twin brother of Jacob who became Israel. This account is found in Genesis 25:21-34. Esau married an Ishmaelite woman whose descendants had come from Abraham and Hagar. Hagar was the Egyptian handmaiden of Sarah, wife of Abraham, who was given to Abraham to conceive a child because of Sarah’s old age (q.v., Gen. 16). When Sarah finally had a son, Isaac, Hagar and her son, Ishmael, were forced to leave. It was from the Ishmaelites that Esau first took a wife. It is clear then, why the Lord referred to “your brothers, the children of Esau,” for all had come from Abraham, though some were tarnished by the Egyptian blood of Hagar.