Hitler on Culture

卐 Nationalsozialistische Umerziehung 卐 (National-Socialist Reeducation)

Nuremberg, 6 September 1938

The proof of the endowment of a true artist is always to be found in the fact that his work of art expresses the general will of a period. Perhaps that is most clearly shown in architecture …. The religious mystical world of the Christian Middle Ages, turning inwards upon itself, found forms of expression which were possible only for that world — for that world alone could they be of service. A Gothic stadium is as unthinkable as a Romanesque railway station or a Byzantine market hall. The way in which the artist of the Middle Ages, of the beginnings of the modern world, found the artistic solution for the buildings which he was commissioned to create is in the highest degree striking and admirable.

1Amiens choir, 13th-century France.

That way, however, is no evidence that the conception of the content of life held by…

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The Coudenhove-Kalergi Plan

Check this article about Coudenhove-Kalergi’s evil plans to make Europe a 3rd world shithole and every person in the world as disgraced as he was (a.k.a a race mixed mongrel). This article, found on one of Cartier’s blogs and written by the guys of Golden Dawn (yes, the Greek Notzee party) also shows Kalergi’s ideas about the “ideal citizen”, and the new “aristocracy” (more aristocratic was my dog, BTW) of 75 IQ brown mongrels.

Stand or Die

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Europe will again become Healthy

Source: Germanische Leithefte, volume 1, issue 1, 1941

We humans live in a world in which all becoming, living, maturing and passing proceeds according to unbending, godly laws of nature. Subservient to them are the stars, heavens and earth, sea and stones, as well as the life of plants and animals.

Nobody in possession of his five faculties doubts that human life also runs according to the same laws. So, too, are the differences between humans determined by the laws of heredity.

In a healthy, naturally-feeling community, for example in peasant life, the sickly is prevented from procreating, and the healthy bonds itself again with the healthy. Only the big city life, estranged from nature, or economic considerations, unfortunately cause many a healthy person to enter marriage with a sickly one.

Then, however, nature avenges itself for the non-observance of its laws: the offspring can become sickly or carry within themselves a tendency toward sickness…

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