I have spent last few hours explaining to two friends the difference between the Rothschild Zionism and the Zionism of Adolf Hitler.
I told them that the plan of Adolf Hitler was to hold all the jews in camps where they would be used as slave labor until the end of the war where they would ultimately be forced to live in Israel. I was going to get into the doctrines behind this (rooting them to a land, trying to make them into a folk, etc.) but I'll get into the more later when I meet up with them again I only got into it briefly with them and I also mentioned the previous plans to put them in Madagascar and the 150,000 jews that served under Hitler (why would jews be in the military, even in high positions, and participate in a supposed genocide of their own people? No. Jews that were killed were communists, saboteurs, etc. a jew that behaved and did his work would not be killed no innocent jews were killed the jews were killed always for a good reason when they were, most just die of starvation (like the Germans themselves) near the end of the war.
Anyways, technically, one who wants all the jews to go to Israel instead of living amongst the gentiles being comfortable with their wealth and exploitation, is a zionist. I just want to make clear to my friends though that Hitler is a good nationalist man (every people their own nation working to their own good, NATIONAL SOCIALISM, not INTERNATIONAL SOCIALISM). I also mentioned how Hitler respected the other nations and did not have a plan to "take over the whole world" or any such thing like that and also that the second world war began in the first place because of the mistreatment of ethnic Germans in Poland causing Germany to intervene and then the treaty of Versailles as well as tensions caused by Germany going against the Rothschilds banks causing the war to explode into what it became.
Hitler resisted the Rothschilds and is not part of the plan (Protocols of Learned Elders of Zion). I want that to be clear. He is not take over the world but respect every people, their sovereignty, and self-determination.