You have to hand it to ol’ Adolf, he really knew how to get the masses stirred up. This is a man who came from nothing, was homeless and hungry and harassed, yet he went from being a nobody to a somebody – using little more than the power of oratory. This goes to prove that talk isn’t cheap, it gets one to higher levels faster and more effectively than mere words on a page. As a writer, I used to think that the written word was indeed the most powerful on earth. Now I know differently.
Hitler may have been an anti semite (what self-respecting European wasn’t, in those days), but he saw things for what they were. The Jews of Germany had turned that once great nation into a cesspool of immoral, degrading behavior much as they have done for countries like the USA and Britain in these modern times. They were trying to further ruin Germany by turning it into a Communist nation (same as the Jews here, with their Socialist agenda). Hitler and his followers saw the future and tried their damnedest to prevent such a travesty from happening. Unfortunately, Word War II is a result of that.
No sooner than Adolf Hitler came into power, he started performing miracles for the debt-ridden, bankrupt, poverty-stricken country that was the outcome of World War I and the Treaty of Versailles.
Banks were privatized, not run by the Jewish cartel of Rockefeller & Rothschild, and the Reichsmark became Germany’s new currency, one that was not influenced by inflation or the interests of the international banking Illuminati.
Millions of Germans were out of work, literally starving in the streets…until Herr Hitler came along. The autobahn, Volkswagen Beetle (which a Jewish radio host named Alan Berg, ironically enough, owned), bridges, canals, and other public works were due to Hitler’s policies, not the Weimar Republic or the Communists or the Monarchy. While Hitler’s views on women were not progressive at all, he did place a strong emphasis on family values (something we could learn from today, as the LGBT’s mounting battle for supremacy shoves family values further into the backroom of society).
Hitler, who was vegetarian (he sometimes ate liver dumplings but that was rare), actually banned experimentation on animals as well as passed a law (the Reich Hunting Law) that allowed only so many animals to be killed per year during the proper seasons for each type of animal, a law that dozens of other countries have adopted as their own.
Adolf, himself from humble working man roots, favored the German workers, something that can’t be truthfully said about the politicians of modern day America. Citizens of Nazi Germany were given vacations, free health, 5 day work weeks, and the companies they worked for had to provide rest areas, sports facilities such as swimming pools, cafeterias, etc, for their employees.
Crime, smoking, disease, and hunger were society ills that nearly vanished under the Nazi Party. These are only a few of the things that Adolf Hitler accomplished before his regime disintegrated into war and death. I do not agree with everything that the Nazis espoused such as this excerpt from Mein Kampf:
With satanic joy in his face, the black-haired Jewish youth lurks in wait for the unsuspecting girl whom he defiles with his blood, thus stealing her from her people. With every means he tries to destroy the racial foundations of the people he has set out to subjugate. Just as he himself systematically ruins women and girls, he does not shrink back from pulling down the blood barriers for others, even on a large scale.
It was and it is Jews who bring the Negroes into the Rhineland, always with the same secret thought and clear aim of ruining the hated white race by the necessarily resulting bastardization, throwing it down from its cultural and political height, and himself rising to be its master.
For a racially pure people which is conscious of its blood can never be enslaved by the Jew. In this world he will forever be master over bastards and bastards alone.
However, I am woman enough to give credit where credit is due. Adolf Hitler may have had a lot of hatred in his heart and murder on his mind, but he did uplift the German people, if only for a while.