Sunday, February 23, 2014

Hitler was Right

Hitler was a genius reformer who faced the same problem all zealous reformers encounter - most people are indifferent, and those who aren't have problems.     This is the reason why Hitler cannot be judged by the actions of his followers.

The problem the public has in understanding Hitler is that they're unaware that everything they've been told about him are lies - everything.     The American public in particular is not aware that by now all historians no longer believe the accusations made against him after the war, and that these accusations were fabrications cooked-up by the allies after they'd defeated Germany.

If you are skeptical about this statement simply do the research.   All the claims of gas chambers at concentration camps across Germany, particularly the one at Dachau in the American-controlled sector, are now understood by all historians as fabrications of the allies - in particular U.S. Army Intelligence and Britain.    The films of soap and lampshades made out of human remains at these camps were complete fabrications made up by U.S. Army Intelligence, and this is well understood by all academics, not just those labeled "holocaust deniers."    It is also now documented that most of the confessions and claims made at the Neuremburg Trials were false as well.    So go figure.   If you want to understand Hitler and his role in the last century you must regrettably begin by wiping away each and every opinion you have of him and start completely from the beginning.

For myself this process started long ago, in the 1980s, when I began working with old C.I.A. figures who were active in the 1950s.     These characters knew that the allies had fabricated the claims made against Hitler, and as anti-communists and opponents of Russian barbarism they often admired Nazis and Germans in general.      Their understanding of the Nazis in seeking to contain Stalinism and Russian cultural savagery led them to embrace Nazism in the same way that many in England, America and elsewhere embraced it until wartime propaganda using false claims made it very difficult to admit such.    Remember that in the First World War that the U.S. government and England also created colossal false claims of barbarity against the Germans, and with the onset of the Second War this was merely resumed.

This is the reason why from time to time historians will stumble upon a "collaboration" between Nazis and the C.I.A. after the war, and of course given public prejudices this is viewed with horror.    In fact only Jews and a few other dead-end New Dealers in C.I.A. failed to understand Nazism by the mid-1950s, and this is a reason why C.I.A. supported "fascist" parties and movements in many places, much to the shock of Americans who discovered this.    Unfortunately these third world "fascist" movements boar little resemblance to the socialist/anti-aristocratic purpose of the Nazis.   In most places claiming Nazi affiliation after the war their actual agenda was to preserve the power of the finance and aristocrats rather than demolish it as Hitler sought to do.    Few in C.I.A. were German or held actual German beliefs or values.     Most people in C.I.A. are of English descent, with the occasional southern or eastern European.    These people never cottoned to the German Nazi purpose of building a society based on the interests of workers and other producers of goods and services.      In keeping with their respective national characters C.I.A. personnel from British, Mediterranean or slavic backgrounds merely used Nazism as a rallying flag to counter communism while seeking to promote the neo-feudal systems which are core to their respective ethnicities.  

So what then was Hitler really about?

After the first World War Germany was in chaos and threatened by violent, revolutionary communists inspired by the success of Lenin and Bohlshevism in Russia.    There were six million members of the Communist Party of Germany, and their practices were brutal and murderous.    Political assassinations happened every day, as well as riots and thuggery in which Communists wielding clubs sought to run the streets and public meeting places by terror.    It was in this environment that Hitler began his activities, in a situation in which force and thuggery had been imposed on Germany from communist ideologues.     Hitler's life was in peril every moment, and like others what protected him was his legions of security personnel, most of whom happened to be homosexuals.     Throughout the 1920s Hitler's personal bodyguards were homosexuals, as was the top leadership of the SA, the brown-shirted "storm troopers" who fought in the streets to counter communist thugs.   This situation says volumes about Hitler himself and what he had to deal with.    Hitler disapproved strongly of homosexuality, and he later made it a crime once he was able to. However at the beginning homosexuals were the only people who were motivated to do the extreme duties of thuggery required to protect him and party members from violence from communists.    This was Hitler's pattern his entire career - he had little in common with his most committed and zealous followers.     Even in his speeches he constantly referred to "fanatacism" as required to accomplish this goal or that.    Germans are not fanatic people by nature; they are contemplative, thoughtful and even docile.    Hitler was always having to find Germans outside of the normal range of the temperament of German character, and was constantly having to extoll to the public the necessity of fanatacism to protect them from the depradations of others.

Hitler was NOT on the far right of German politics.    The far right was of course the conservatives, who were the financial classes, bankers, speculators and of course the aristocracy.    These were the groups which wanted everything to stay the same, who wanted no changes which would improve the situation of workers, farmers and tradesmen.    These forces opposed Hitler except for narrow support at critical times when they viewed him as the only force available to counter Leninist or Stalinist communism.     The Nazi party was originally the "National Socialist Workers' Party," hardly a name reflecting conservative principles.     "Workers" was later omitted from the name, but the ideology of the party remained the same - to counter the influence of aristocrats and finance capital [people who own but create nothing] and empower the producers - workers, employees, farmers, tradesmen.     

The NATIONALISTIC aspect of Nazism was based on the recognition of the moral inferiority of most of Germany's neighbors.     This sounds outrageous to anyone not of northern European descent, but believe me when northern Europeans look out and see the crime, the indifference, the greed, the imperialism, the aggression, sloth and social division which characterizes the peoples living to the south, west and east of the Tutonic and Nordic peoples you'll understand what they see.     Ever heard of a Norwegian mafia?   Swedish organize crime? German gangsters?     Let's get real.   Everyone in Europe EXCEPT for northerners are prone to megalomanic obcessions for personal wealth also, and this has led them to adopt rapacious imperialism and foreign plunder northerners would never do.   Did you ever hear of German pirates?  Did you ever hear of Germans owning slaves?  I don't think so.  Northern Europeans are well aware that even without any natural resources their unity, altruism and dedication allows them to outperform all other nations in all aspects of quality of life - material and otherwise.   It is the reason why Germans have such trust in authority.    Unlike their neighbors which possess authorities which are corrupt and untrustworthy, authorities in northern European societies are not corrupt.   Therefore there is no public cynicism about them.   On the contrary they trust authority to the point of blind and unquestioning faith.    This is the traditional racist perspective of northern Europeans and what it is based on.    All other ethnic groups in Europe have their own traditional chauvanisms as well.

Hitler was an actor.   His public performances were calculated by him to arouse emotional ferver in his followers.    This had it's negative effects however.    The extreme, over-the-top emotionality, hysteria and rage of his performances frightened off most Germans, not to mention foreigners who saw his dramatics in newsreels.    After the war these dramatics made it all the more easy for the allies to portray him as a madman.

In the early chaos after the World War the Nazis found their niche in the public, but as the 1920s progressed economic stability arrived and the communist threat dissappated.   Hitler was frustrated when he lost one election after another.    Then came the economic collapse of 1929.      When the depression spread to Germany and unemployment once again soared the communists roared back again, finding support among many ready to declare capitalism a failure and adopt Soviet socialism.   In this situation pretty much everyone turned to Hitler to once again save them.      President Hindenberg, bankers and aristocrats who had laughed at Hitler before now came on bended knee seeking his intervention.     Once in power he knew once he stablized things these same people would do everything they could, including assassination, to remove him.    He therefore declared himself dictator.     Throughout this period of social revolution he suspended democracy.

What was the result?    While the rest of the world [particularly the United States] was mired in the depression, the depression in Germany was over in a few months after Hitler took over.     Unemployment was ended in a few months, and a year after that wages were doubled.    Germany also became the first country to institute benefits such as paid holidays for workers.     All this was going on while in the United States robber barrons [usually of English or Scotch Irish descent] were meeting striking workers with club-wielding thugs.

However in order to achieve this an authoritarian tyranny was imposed.    Ordinary Germans became snitches, reporting to state bureaucrats who though zealous about Nazi ideology were limited in their understanding of anything.    Intelligence [as Henry Kissinger has said] means having the ability to make distinctions.     Few if any Nazis had this kind of intelligence.       Concentration camps were built, and communists as well as other opponents of the state were sent to them [usually for only a year or so] where they would be humiliated and pushed around by Nazi thugs.     Because of the benefits of full employment and high wages Hitler's popularity soared - his ideology was vindicated. This brought around the bulk of the aristocracy and finance to his support, afterall they were benefiting enormously from this economic expansion brought about by high wages. However conservative ideologues and the surviving far left were fuming even more.    All this success made it easy for finger-pointers and other busy-bodies to dive into the revolutionary zeal by accusing others of dissent, and this brought about horrible results for those falsely accused.    Time and time again Hitler addressed this problem in his speeches decrying the suffering of innocent individuals caught up in the injustice of this. He spoke against it however he also declared that without these conditions there could be no social revolution.     Hitler like all revolutionaries was willing to accept injustices, even serious ones, to bring about what was necessary. 

Then came the war.

Contrary to allied propaganda Germany didn't re-arm very much in the years leading to World War II.     Britian, France and the Soviet Union re-built enormous armies, navies and air forces, however Germany in the 1930s maintained only small forces.    At the time of the outbreak of war in 1939 the combined forces of England, France and Poland outnumbered Germany ten to one.    Particularly inferior at that time was German armor, possessing only small numbers of tanks which were smaller and much less armored and gunned than either the French, English or the Russians.    At the time of the German invasion of Poland the Polish armed forces were larger than that of Germany.   By far the largest military force in the world was Russia, which not only possessed huge numbers of soldiers and artillery but also colossal numbers of tanks which were the heaviest in the world and specifically designed to travel on the roadways of central and western Europe rather than the unpaved routes of the Soviet Union.     Soviet forces were massed in the west in offensive configurations much as they remained throughout the Cold War, and it's no wonder that the Germans as well as all others in the west perceived Soviet intentions as massively aggressive.

Contrary to Nazi ideology about "living space," the war was brought about through a combination of misperception, alarmist images of Germany in England and France, all of which was sparked into war when conflict arouse over a problem involving an ethnic loyalty in the east.....gee sounds like a repeat of the First World War.    And like the first war after it was over the allies distorted history to make it appear that all the causes and faults lie with the Germans [this time under their Nazi government] when in fact those in the know [rather than the suckers in the media] knew completely otherwise.

In brief the Germans had little choice other than to attack Poland given what the Polish military Junta was doing, and after the Germans [together with the Russians] divided Poland between them the French and English used the German invasion of Poland as a pretext to declare war on Germany [although never doing likewise to Russia].    To observers at the time all this was cynically clear.   Informed opinion the world over merely rolled its eyes at the British and French declarations that Germany must be defeated for having attacked Poland when the Russians had done the same thing and no declarations of war were made against the Soviet communists.      It was all rather cynical at the time, however with the success of allied propaganda today the public thinks of these statements of cause by the English and French as given truths.

The French and British didn't lift a finger to help the Poles by the way, when they had plenty of opportunity to do so.    Instead they began a crash program of mobilization to increase even further their numerical and qualitative superiority over Germany, after which they would finally attack it.     In 1940 they had over three million men in arms, outnumbered Germany six to one in tanks and aircraft, not to mention ships.    The Germans only had 36 submarines.     The allied plan was to blockade Germany into starvation as in 1918, hold back any German advance through trench warfare, and also bomb German cities into rubble from the air.    That's why the British built fewer tanks and artillery and instead built colossal four engined bombers which held four times the payload of the American B-17 Flying Fortress.     The Germans tried time and again to reach a settlement, but the allies rebuffed them every time because of their confidence in their plan.   The Germans shared their beliefs regarding it's likely eventual success, and therefore grew more alarmed with the passage of each month of the allies' mobilization.   For the Germans time favored the allies, and the Germans saw no prospect for defeating them.     The German's war games and plans if they attacked France led them to another repeat of the catastrophy of the First War, so the Germans were in a near hopeless delimma.      All this changed however when Hitler, personally, intervened to map out [with General Heinz Guderian] an alternative plan which called for an encirclement of the allies in France from the east and south rather than the assumed only route of going west through northern Belgium.     When in May of 1940 this plan succeeded no one was more suprised than the Germans themselves, and perhaps Hitler in particular.     In any event it was viewed as the means for having averted another 1918.  However unlike 1918 this time the threat from Russia was growing rather than declining.     It was the former feckless German government of Kaiser Wilhelm II which sent Lenin to Russia to foment revolution there to weaken Russia even further when not necessary.    Now the consequences of that act in having created the Soviet Union, now ruled by the barbarity of Stalinist communism, threatened to wash away not only German capitialism, but German altruistic culture as well, should Stalin expand his internationalist revolution by attacking Gemany.

There is one story about Hitler which reveals him better than any other, and  it involves one of the grandchildren of composer Richard Wagner, whose family were friends of Hitler.   One of the two grandchildren was about eleven years old when Hitler once again came to the Wagner family home to visit them.     Hitler was informed that the boy had only briefly attended Hitler Youth Camp but had dropped out.    Hitler asked him why he'd left early; what was wrong?    The boy explained that the whole business was stupid and for idiots.    The Counselors and their requirements were primitive, and intended for the indoctination of vulgarians .     Hitler smiled in agreement saying, "Yes, I would have felt exactly the same way."

That was Hitler.

Another thing about Hitler is that it remains unsolved as to what really happened to him.In the last few years genetic tests have been performed of the fragment of skull the Russians have always insisted was his, however these tests have shown that the skull is not even that of a man - it's a woman who'd been shot in the head.    So far there is no evidence of any kind that Hitler actually died during the war, and Stalin and others were convinced at the time that he'd escaped.               


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