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Stupidity Gives Rise to Hitler

Thursday, 14 June 2007 12:00 AM

This week, followed by Part 2 next week, I will discuss readers' e-mails in response to my column "Stupidity, Not Evil, Brought Hitler Into Power."

I will ignore e-mails like that of Eric R. of Huntington Beach, Calif., who sent me an e-mail on June 1 consisting of a full page in fine print, because I cannot see how this e-mail relates to my column. The author should find a publisher who would publish his essay as his independent piece. So I discard such e-mails.

On the other hand, unlike such irrelevant essays, Pon K. (Bluffton, Ind.) writes in his e-mail, also dated June 1:

I had thought that Hitler always intended to kill the Jews. Now your thoughts on Blutkitt and the point that his hatred of Jews may have been a public propaganda pose have made me rethink this whole thing.

Mr. Navrozov, I would love to see you write an article on how the dynamics of the 1930's compares to today. Who are the Lloyd Georges and who are Hitlers? I fear for the future of the USA, but I'm not certain what to do about it.

Thanks for your article.

Let me cite the document that shows how Hitler's anti-Semitism originated as a public propaganda pose. World War I was over and Hitler met with Alfred Rosenberg, who described their meeting as he was waiting for his death sentence at the Nuremberg Trial. Rosenberg was a Russian German who fled from Russia after the Communists seized power in 1917. The Communists? Rosenberg would have noted that Marx was a Jew, so was Trotsky, Lenin mispronounced the Russian "r" the way Jews do it, and Kamenev and Zinoviev were also Jews. At that time, no one heard of Stalin, who was not a Jew. Hitler complained to Rosenberg that Communists were unstoppable as had been Christians. Rosenberg said: "Because the Christians had the enemy — the devil. The devil of the Communists is the capitalist. Hitler must also have the Devil—the Jew.

Note that Rosenberg had lost everything he had in Russia and had to flee from the country. He could well ascribe his disaster to the Jews ruling Russia in the name of Marx, also a Jew. Nothing like that had happened to Germany and to Hitler in Germany. But Rosenberg called on Hitler to regard "the Jew" as a political symbol.

Hitler considered Rosenberg a thinker of genius, gave him the post that later went to Goebbels, since Rosenberg had a Russian accent, and then placed Rosenberg above Goebbels.

But the historical documents indicate that Hitler was propelled to the top of political power in Germany not by the fear of Roseberg's Russian devil — the Jew, but by the well justified fear that the Treaty of Versailles left Germany defenseless, and having occupied Germany, Stalin (not a Jew!) would convert it into hell, and in particular, would annihilate the German businessmen and the rest of the middle class.

Pon K. would like me to compare the dynamics of 1919-1945 and of today. Who are the Hitlers? They are the dictators of China, developing post-nuclear super weapons. Who are the Lloyd Georges? The U.S. presidents in the past 20 or so years and all presidential candidates I have seen on TV so far. They ignore the "China threat" as the Lloyd Georges ignored the "German threat" before 1939, the year in which Hitler launched a conventional war. What to do about it? To find a presidential candidate who would understand the danger of the dictatorship of China, and to create TV programs and documentary movies that would prompt their audiences to vote for that candidate.

Ram B. writes in his June 1 e-mail:

The Chinese dictators will make their move when they have ready their super weapons able to annihilate the United States (and perhaps the West as a whole) without Mutual Assured Destruction (which nuclear weapons cannot avoid).

To be continued next week.

You can e-mail me at navlev@cloud9.net.

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