Thursday, June 26, 2008

I have a copy of Mein Kampf and I'm not afraid to use it

The way I've built propaganda against Conservatives is the same way the way Nazi’s built propaganda against the Jew.

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Blogger Major Bob said...

The Holocaust was a crime of unmatched dimensions. Nothing infuriates me more than a Holocaust denier. I'm a strong supporter of Israel and have the support of two Jewish professors to thank for helping me earn a PhD.

But Hitler didn't choose Jews at random as scapegoats. Jews were prominent leaders among his chief rivals for power, the communists.

The communist Spartacist League which attempted a violent overthrow the Weimar Republic and actually declared a Soviet state in Munich, was dominated by Jews: Rosa Luxemburg, Karl Liebknecht, and Clara Zetkin.

Karl Marx was Jewish.
Leon Trotsky was Jewish.

Many communist leaders (like Trotsky) deliberately changed their names to hide the fact they were Jews.

German Jewish university professors, sympathetic to socialism and communism, were teaching leftist dogma to young Germans.

The German republic faced grave, violent threats from both the left and the right. The poor German people were caught in the middle, and more preferred the nationalist rhetoric of Hitler than the international socialist dogma of the SPD and the communists.

It's peculiar how the Jewish role in German communism has completely vanished from all discussion of the rise of Hitler. It's as if the evil and violence of communism is completely glossed over. Fascism is universally condemned, but communism/socialism gets a fresh start with every generation. Each successive generation thinks that socialism will succeed if the right people (them) give it a try.

Learn your history. There's more to it than meets the eye.

July 14, 2008 7:18 PM  

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