- Note - This article is of interest because it sheds some
new light on how Hitler was perceived during the decade of the1930's and
after the war. Some of the quotations below may help solve the mystery
of this giant figure of the 20th Century. -ed
- "After visiting these two places (Berchtesgaden
and the Eagle's lair on Obersalzberg), you can easily understand how that
within a few years Hitler will emerge from the hatred that surrounds him
now as one of the most significant figures who ever lived. He had boundless
ambitions for his country which rendered him a menace to the peace of the
world, but he had a mystery about him in the way that he lived and in the
manner of his death that will live and grow after him. He had in him the
stuff of which legends are made." --John F. Kennedy 'Prelude To Leadership
- The European Diary of John F. Kennedy - Summer, 1945. Regnery Publishing,
Inc. Washingon, DC. p 74
- "Yes, Heil Hitler. I, too, say that because he is
truly a great man." --David Lloyd George, Prime Minister, UK
- Following World War II, after 1945, Winston Churchill
obviously read 'Mein Kampf" and subsequentely expressed his opinion,
to have "slaughtered the wrong pig" in WWII. (H. Sündermann,
"Old Foe, What Now?")
- "New findings of Russian researchers show that Hitler
wasn't the genius of evil as portrayed at all times by all sides."
--Berliner Morgenpost - Sunday, March 11, 2001
- "It is not the Germany of the first decade that
followed the war- broken, dejected and bowed down with a sense of apprehension
and impotence. It is now full of hope and confidence, and of a renewed
sense of determination to lead its own life without interference from any
influence outside its own frontiers. One man has accomplished this miracle.
He is a born leader of men. A magnetic and dynamic personality with a single-minded
purpose, a resolute will and a dauntless heart."
- --David Lloyd George, Prime Minister, UK The Daily Express
- Love him or hate him. Adolf Hitler does not disappear.
For every political situation, his image is exploited and his memory freely
used at every opportunity, by various interest groups and held up as an
example for whatever is the relevant political agenda on discussion at
any particular moment.
- To some he is the Devil incarnate. The Antichrist: the
greatest evil in the history of man. To others he was a savior of man,
standing up against the enslavers of the world. For some he is a genius
that mankind will never see again for another thousand years. To many he
was a secular Messiah with an ideology of optimism.
- To a larger majority he was simply a strong leader with
many good ideas that could have made a better world for all, but he went
too far causing war and murdering millions of Jews.
- To The Torah True Jews Adolf Hitler was an envoy of God,
sent to punish the Jews for their sins: "IT IS COMMON KNOWLEDGE THAT
ALL THE SAGES AND SAINTS IN EUROPE AT THE TIME OF HITLER'S RISE DECLARED
THAT HE WAS A MESSENGER OF DIVINE WRATH, SENT TO CHASTEN THE JEWS BECAUSE
OF THE BITTER APOSTASY OF ZIONISM AGAINST THE BELIEF IN THE EVENTUAL MESSIANIC
- To modern psychiatrists he was of an unstable type, suffering
from childhood trauma and delusions of grandeur and of his own power, due
to his failure as a man to achieve a basic and useful trade.
- To his enemies he had every conceivable mental illness
one could think of, usually the result, of some sexual deficiency in his
make up. In this context we MUST remember that the persons giving this
allegation have their learning based on the Jew Freud's lectures. Scholars
of the Third Reich dismiss his intellectual outlook as crude and simplistic.
To others he was totally mad.
- No one person in the 20th century has had such a profound
effect as "the German Führer". He raised a robbed, starving,
broken, and defeated people into a well fed, motivated, happy, prosperous,
industriously advanced and highly successful nation. This was all achieved
in peace-time in an unbelievable six years.
- "There can be no doubt: National Socialism was part
of a modernisation process in German society. It expedited the social changes
in Germany. It transferred more to the underprivileged segments of society
and brought equality and emancipation to women." (Heinz Hoehne, Gebt
mir vier Jahre Zeit [Give me Four Years], Ullstein Publishing House, Berlin-Frankfurt
1996, p. 10)
- It's military, drawn from the people, now motivated by
this powerful new philosophy, outnumbered and outgunned, became an almost
invincible force that took the entire world to defeat. Its destruction,
brought about by the international money power, (the enemies of the German
and all opposition systems), destroyed it totally in a well-prepared plan
of campaign of destruction.
- They used their vast money power to buy and control politicians
and aristocrats around the world, and then used the military might of as
many countries as possible to attack the Third Reich. "The real reason
for America to go to war against Germany was Hitler's disruption of a working
world economy [NWO]." (Hitler's Table Talks, Ullstein Publishers,
Frankfurt 1989, p. 21
- Hitler amazed the world in everything he accomplished.
To the great majority of the German people he was a redeemer. He gave them
real leadership and motivated them to the greatest heights of achievement
in every field of endeavour. Germany was a pulsating hive of industry.
Every section of the country responded to his ideas and encouragement.
He gave the German people joy of being alive and a pride in simply being
a German, instead of the humiliated broken people he had inherited.) There
was an infectious feeling of excitement and expectancy in the land, as
day by day and week by week, Hitler raised his people from the gutter and
freed Germans from humiliation in other lands.
- For Hitler, "National Socialism was natural socialism."
He equated God with "the dominion of natural laws throughout the entire
universe." This idea was attractive and easily grasped by the German
nation. Today it is a very modern philosophy. The only difference is that
few understand that the so-called madman created it.
- To his admirers, he was a real patriot and a war hero,
having suffered in the horrors of trenches during the First World War.
The people sensed that at last they had found standing before them a man,
in whom they could trust and who believed in himself and in the talents
and abilities of his own people.
- It is not surprising then that intellectuals (Gertrude
Stein) and politicians around the world, including the British Prime Minister
Winston Churchill, who praised him highly when he wrote:
- "I have always said that if Great Britain were defeated
in war I hoped we should find a Hitler to lead us back to our rightful
position among the nations." (Winston Churchill in The London Times,
Monday, November 7, 1938)
- And David Lloyd George (Ex-Prime Minister, UK), who stated
in the Daily Express (Sep. 17, 1936): "It is not the Germany of the
first decade that followed the war- broken, dejected and bowed down with
a sense of apprehension and impotence. It is now full of hope and confidence,
and of a renewed sense of determination to lead its own life without interference
from any influence outside its own frontiers. One man has accomplished
this miracle. He is a born leader of men. A magnetic and dynamic personality
with a single-minded purpose, a resolute will and a dauntless heart."
- He created a Germany that influenced people from far
beyond its borders. During the Second World War, a million foreigners joined
the German Armed Forces (Waffen SS) simply because they believed in what
he was trying to achieve, and willingly sacrificed themselves, for no reward
except a profound belief in what they were fighting for.
- Hitler created visual images of National Socialism and
the Third Reich that are so outstanding, that to this day no person or
country, has ever surpassed its artistic and spiritual influence. These
powerful images of the Third Reich have been so effective that even today
Hollywood film studios have made billions of dollars since the end of World
War 11, and still continue to fill theatre seats just on the power of Hitler's
- His use of the ancient sign of the Swastika is the most
famous and easily recognized emblem around the world today, and memorabilia
of the Third Reich changes hands for high prices at public auctions or
private sales rooms.
- Tens of thousands of people purchase copies of Third
Reich archive material, and in the privacy of their own homes, watch in
fascination at the man who attempted to change the world and bring back
simplicity to its organization.
- At the Holocaust Museum in Washington, where concentration
camps facilities are on display alongside a film-hall which shows the famous
NSDAP Party Convention in Nuremberg (Leni Riefenstahl, Triumph of The Will).
This hall is continuously packed with spellbound visitors whilst the sections,
showing "Jewish sufferings", are almost always empty.
- Endless books have been published on the Third Reich
mostly vilifying Hitler and his supporters. Even today, debates take place
at every level continuing to try to understand or demean this phenomenon.
- Some years ago the German historian Rainer Zitelmann,
in a scholarly study established that Hitler's outlook was "rational,
self-consistent, and modern" and as early as 1953, the respected British
historian Hugh R. Trevor Roper, evoked the image of Hitler as a kind of
"synthesis of Napoleon and Spengler, noting that of all the world
conquerors Hitler had been the most "philosophical."
- Hitler had a mixed attitude towards the United States.
He praised its pre-1940s pro-white racial policies and restrictions on
non-white immigration and its pioneering adoption of eugenics measures.
- Whilst the American Apartheid System lasted until 1963,
Hitler was dismayed by the spectacular growth of Jewish power which attempted
to introduce the KaufmanPlan ("Germany must Perish") by using
the American democratic system for their own agenda. Kaufman's Plan, he
called it "The Final Solution", sought to exterminate out the
entire German nation through sterilization and was cheered by American
politicians and the mass media: "A Sensational Idea" (Time Magazine)
- Many people in position of authority, who continue to
praise him today, have to do so clandestinely, or they face the wrath and
retribution of the Jewish World Congress. Less well-known figures must
watch their words, or they will be dubbed a Nazi and can face discrimination
and dismissal from their place of work. In some countries they can be fined
- Governments (especially in " Democratic Germany")
are terrified of any movement that has similarities to the style or ideas
of the German Führer, and arrest, punish or fine, any individual who
dares to show his support for or express serious interest in his ideals.
In most democratic countries (especially Germany), his books are banished
and publishers face arrest and are heavily fined for publishing National
Socialist material. According to the Annual Report of the 'German Federal
Office for the Protection of the Constitution' (George Orwell could not
have invented a more sinister title) the German persecution machinery prosecuted
between 1994 and 2002 a total of 80.703 citizens for expressing politically
incorrect opinions in Germany.
- In Britain, the United States and in Israel his book
Mein Kampf can be easily obtained. The universities of Israel have many
copies of "Mein Kampf" which are used for political studies by
- Not a day goes by without television stations around
the world broadcasting programmes on Hitler and his policies. The Holocaust
is the most discussed subject now in the world of politics. The modern
day liberal intellectuals, who to one man, have been forced to accept the
new multicultural experiment on mankind, (promoted by a race, who themselves
do not practise what they preach), mostly condemn his ideas.
- While magazines and newspapers constantly mention Hitler's
name usually accompanied by a dramatic photo of him for their readers to
gloat over. "Nazism always sells. Hitler is functioning almost as
good as Jesus Christ," Amercian publishers told their German colleague
Suhrkamp when he complained that they only wish to buy from him Hitler
literature (Der Spiegel 28/1999, p. 178)
- Intellectuals, mostly Jewish, still continue trying to
unfathom the mystery, of where and how this immense power came about. Nervous
rabbis, deranged by centuries of Cabalistic indoctrination, have uneasy
notions that Hitler was sent by the enemy of their God Yahweh, to do battle
with them in preparation of the final battle yet to come.
- Other Jews are so impressed with his single mindedness,
his abilities and strength, that they have even suggested, that he was
in fact Jewish by birth, (subtly implying that no matter how evil he has
been portrayed, by their own media propaganda agencies), only a person
of Jewish blood could ever be such a genius.
- Without the existence of Adolf Hitler there would be
no modern Israel today, from where the Jewish people can freely operate
their world wide businesses empires, free from non-Jewish interference
and restrictions. Without him and his policies towards the Jewish people
during the early thirties the transfer agreement would not have been signed
and Jews in Germany were proud to fly their Star of David Flag along side
the Swastika. »The delight with which some Zionist leaders in Germany
welcomed Hitler's rise to power, because they shared his belief in the
primacy of 'race'&laqno; (Israel Shahak, Jewish History, Jewish Religion,
Pluto Press, London 1994, p. 71, 72)
- Hitler's hostile attitude to Jews was neither irrational
nor aberrant. He simply saw the Jews as Jesus Christ did before him. Jesus
said to the Jews: "You belong to your father, the devil and you want
to carry out your father's desire. He was a murderer from the beginning,
not holding to the truth, for there is no truth in him." (John 8:44)
- Hitler saw the Jews as "the personification of a
great lie" while they pretended to be a religious community he openly
exposed the fact, that they were a fully constituted, a national ethnic
and self-selected group, with international ambitions.
- "The Interior Ministry was subjecting some immigrants
from the former USSR to DNA testing in order to check their Jewish ancestry.
The well respected Israeli daily Ha'aretz said dozens of new immigrants
had already been asked to take the test, and that those who had declined
risked deportation." (Jewish Chronicle, London, July 10, 1998, page
- "Jews should be able to register as members of an
ethnic as well as religious group in the next census, according to the
Institute for Jewish Policy Research (JPR)." (Jewish Chronicle (London),
March 5, 1999, page 8.)
- He was so necessary to Jewish territorial ambitions in
the Middle East that if he had not existed he would have had to be invented
for that purpose.
- In 1999, the Serbs, Russians and Chinese peoples accuse
America and NATO for behaving worse than Hitler and denounce good Jewish
ex- politicians like Albright, Cohen, Rubin and Berger of being modern
day imitation Hitlers. And Nato leaders, Clinton and Blair, were forced
to use the name of Adolf Hitler to denigrate the Serbs by accusing them
of being Nazis.
- Every modern political upheaval, involving the people
taking to the streets, posters and banners with Hitler's name are used
against whatever is the opponent of the day. In November of 2003 George
Soros, a Jewish multi-billionaire, compared US-President George W. Bush
to Hitler when he denounced USrael's war on Iraq.
- Hitler has become the most famous marketing tool in the
history of man, and there is little likelihood of his memory fading into
oblivion, because "too many people still need him". Whilst his
memory is continuing to flourish, his war-time opponents, Winston Churchill,
Josef Stalin and F.D. Roosevelt are obviously unusable as marketing tools.
- Churchill, the famed cigar smoker, wasn't even used to
promote 'Havanas'. Josef Stalin, the greatest mass murderer in the history
of man (along with his Jewish commissars) does not even warrant a single
second of advertising, i.e. gas pistols and toy weapons as well as funeral
parlours. Finally, Roosevelt, the exemplar of economic globalisation is
not worthy of even a mention in modern economic forums. If these three
individuals had not chosen Adolf Hitler as their number one enemy, their
destinies would have been total oblivion. Their fame still depends on Adolf
Hitler. Without him, they are non-entities.
- Especially amongst the Jewish people, to keep up the
anti-Semitic pressure on their "own race" (dubbing of swastikas
on Jewish Cemeteries) to prevent the vast majority of the Jewish people
from race mixing and abandoning their historic mission.
- In discourses and speeches, every political party or
politically orientated group will at some time in their existence, bring
forth the name of Hitler. It is always safe for them to use his name. He
never goes away.
- His philosophy is like a siren song, calling out to his
admirers and to the millions of confused people who sense that his views
of "natural laws" are correct, and are the only laws that can
be understood and trusted in our multi-cultural, in harmonious and devious
New World Order. The allure of Hitlerism is contagious for young and old