I listened to Deanna Spingola's interview with John Friend today. Both bright and aware individuals. Truly critical thinkers, the pair of them. However both trying to deal with a void. A trap that even they do not acknowledge...if I am hearing them right.
Like Hitler, they long for a time when all are aware of the desecration caused by organized jewry. A time when the last pogrom is enacted, to rid the West, and indeed the world, of the zionist threat to humanity. For this I applaud them. However, from this ideal, they turn back the clock, to a time in the US anyway, in which nationalism allowed for the yiddish infestation in the government and society of this country in the first place. Where we disagree is at a fundamental juncture, I think.
This country was never the white Christian bastion of freedom that many seem to treasure in the backs of their minds. And thank heaven for that. That, like the jewish-revised biography of Mr. Hitler, is also a myth. A dangerous one. When one starts down the path of nationalism...well, I think true history is filled with reasons not to tread that particular trail. It leads to justification for all sorts of undesirable human behaviour. Usually ending with a "Deutschland Uber Alles" mentality.
Don't get me wrong. I fully understand what Hitler was trying to accomplish under the umbrella of the Third Reich. For anyone(as they point out in this program), that reads his book and his speeches...it is clear. The German people were tired of being shat upon. Since the loss in WWI and the repartitioning of the Rhineland, the Weimar Republic with all its decadence and the general decay of German social values...they were ripe for someone who correctly identified the culprits behind such a national demise, that happened in merely one generation. To Germans in the early thirties, Hitler was a hero. He is not one of mine. No matter how correctly he assessed the talmudic threat to decent societies. He was an arrogant nationalist. Not arrogant only to the jewish movers-and-shakers...but to the world. No matter how you feel about his political views, he was a racial supremacist. He truly believed that the Aryan race was superior to others, simply by virtue of bloodlines, and tried desperately to prove this flawed conclusion. Again...wrong path.
When you are at a breakfast buffet...don't go back to your table with a plate full of bacon, simply because you like bacon and you never seem to get enough of it at home. Take what you like, yes...but be open to all that is offered. It doesn't have to be 'this and only this'. It's unhealthy for starters.
I have read Mein Kampf...I have listened to the speeches of Hitler. He was not a stupid man. There is much to glean from his experience and insight. But there is also much to avoid. I understand that every action causes a reaction...but that reaction can often swing to as far an extreme as the cause. Such was the case of Nazi Germany. Of course his vilification of the 'jew' found support in a war-torn country...that let's face it were exceptionally nationalistic to begin with. Hitler's appeal to decent family values, and work ethic should be listened to...especially now...when we are seeing the same jewish-led disintegration of such, in many Western countries. However, I am afraid I cannot buy the whole blister-pack of National Socialism. Who else does this patriotism exclude besides the target groups of pre-war Germany...jews, gypsies, homosexuals etc? We then begin to see where such national pride leads. Always to supremacism. Look at israhell. Nazi Germany pales in comparison to its bigotry and racial hatred.
So before we begin lauding Mr. Hitler's accomplishments in totum...let us see exactly where his entire philosophy will lead us.
I won't 'bash' Hitler. Nor will I worship him. He was as flawed as any that set themselves up as leaders. We take what we can to help us in our struggle against jewish oppression as we see it...and cast aside the same flaws that we see in the very group we seek to dis-empower. This is common sense.
Hitler did not want war. But he was as prepared for it as he could possibly be...so I cannot help but believe that he expected it. I'm sure he wanted peace, but prepared to suffer war for it. He knew international jewish money interests would not go quietly. He was not ignorant of their influence in England and Amerika. Even though there was no historical proof of anything like a "holocaust", he and members of his staff truly were prepared to kill jews when they got in his way during the war. The machine-gunning of many thousands of jewish peasants in German-occupied Kiev is but one example. Is this right? Or laudable? Did the end justify the means in his mind? Is this the Machiavellian leadership around which we should rally? Or like countless other political leaders, was he flawed in his 'nationalistic' ideals, that from the start are little more than supremacism with a flag.
I revere his insight...no his 'courage' to speak truth to power. To name those responsible for the degradation of Western society. My admiration stops there. As it should for any critically thinking folks in this movement against the jewish/zionist criminal network. Let us not sink to their level of national supremacy as did Hitler, in his flawed efforts to defeat their influence.
So whether it is "Deutschland" or "Israhell" or "Amerika", remember...it is just a spot on the globe. And geographically or demographically...it isn't "Uber" anything. I think that is the wrong path. Just sayin...