Nazism or National-Socialism?

by Rienzi

We are bombarded day and night by an endless series of articles, series, mini-series, maxi-series, films, pseudo-documentaries, books and any other form of audio-visual propaganda. The purpose of this almost unbearable onslaught is to make very clear that all the problems of this world are the responsibility of a sect of evil, bloodthirsty White men known as Nazis. This sect flourished in Germany between the years 1933 and 1939. We are told that, by some strange satanic twist, they managed to “brainwashed a civilized, cultured people, who embraced their horrendous ideas wholeheartedly”. I know it sounds a bit simplistic but, the more simplistic the better!. Only sick people devoid of any “rational” political ideas can support “the most evil regime in the history of mankind”! Otherwise how can we explain or understand that this people ( the evil Germans!) not only fought virtually alone against the most powerful military alliance history has ever known (and they almost won!), but they also spent the last three years of the war under the most horrendous campaign of massive, unrestricted aerial bombing (another name for ethnic cleansing) without turning against its leader? Isn’t this enough evidence that this people had been brainwashed by their satanic rulers? Otherwise, how can we explain that, in the middle of the most awful misery and desolation, this people kept working with more determination and energy than ever producing, in 1944, more planes and tanks than in 1940? How is it possible that, in their main cities, reduced to rubble, one could see large signs that proudly said: “Our walls had crumbled but not our hearts!” Of course! (we are told) Those signs were written and placed by the staff of the Ministry of Propaganda! Funny thing is: Nobody seems to note the strong correlation between the signs and the behaviour and spirit of the people. Such a behaviour cannot be enforced by government regulations…

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On the Subject of Adolf Hitler

On the 128th anniversary of his birth, today we offer some seldom-seen statements made regarding Adolf Hitler, the first great leader of National Socialism.

“I SHOULD LIKE to put it on record that I have never been able to dislike Adolf Hitler… The fact is that there is something deeply appealing about him… the face of a man suffering under intolerable wrongs… He is the martyr, the victim, Prometheus chained to the rock, the self-sacrificing hero who fights single-handed against impossible odds… One feels, as with Napoleon, that he is fighting against destiny, that he can’t win, and yet that he somehow deserves to.” – George Orwell, British writer

“Hitler is the man of my life. The German dictator had been an ideal leader who dedicated his life to the realization of his noble ambition. He never lived for himself but for Germany and the German people. I have always wished to live like him.” – Dr. Noureddine Tarraf, Egyptian Minister of Health in the 1950s

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