Thomson Eric - The Hitler we loved and why


Authors : Thomson Eric - Zündel Ernst (Friedrich Christof)
Title : The Hitler we loved and why Excerpt
Year : 2003

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At no time in recorded history has a leader, a wielder of power in human terms, not as popular figurehead or celebrity, had such a closeness to his followers, his entire people, as did Adolf Hitler. It can only be called a love relationship. What, other than love, can explain the German people’s glad welcome of this humble, but thoroughly dedicated savior from the Eastern Marches? What, other than love, can explain how the people of greater Germany remained with him in bad times and in good, for better or for worse? What, other than love, can explain the fact that those who remember him love him still? We loved him because he stood for the best that was in us, and as our Leader, demanded of us our best. It was never Hitler’s Germany. It shall always be: Germany’s Hitler, the man loved by his people. This is why we loved him... We loved him because he loved us and our children. We loved him so much that we, the young and not so young, made pilgrimages to his home in the Alps— not to ask him for favors, but merely to catch a glimpse of him and to be near him. We loved him because he was a good listener and lived simply. We loved him because he spoke the unspoken thoughts of our souls in such a way that all could understand. He did not “over-simplify” our problems. He clarified them. He did not beguile us with cheap solutions and easy panaceas, for there were none. He did not “guarantee” us a better world. He asked us to FIGHT for one. Fight we did, for we who heard him knew he was right. We loved him because he was honest. He did not expound the supposed virtues of democracy and then corrupt the process with purchased votes. We loved him, not because he was a “great dictator”, but because he was a great teacher, a living example of the order he preached. Without order, nothing can exist. How well we who had suffered knew this lesson! But when there is no basis for instruction, no racial pattern, no heredity, the lesson of order cannot be learned, no matter how brilliant the instructor. He taught us this allimportant truth of Race. Hitler’s inspiration kindled our racial potential for construction and creativity. His order was not imposed upon us. It came from within. We loved Hitler because he was a White Man. He practiced our White virtues of forthright honesty and his actions matched his words. If something was filth, he disposed of it as filth with sanitary thoroughness. He did not enshrine the excrescence of sick minds. He was not ashamed to burn shameful enemy propaganda which was aimed at the destruction of our souls. He was not like our racial enemy and his democratic stooges who preached freedom of the press and practiced suppression. We loved him because he replaced the wasteful idleness of our penal system with productive labor and punishment with redemption. Even habitual criminals fulfilled useful roles in our society, roles which even they could look upon with pride. Not only did he save us from them, he saved them for us. We loved him because he protected us from religious charlatans— preachers for profit who posed as prophets of God in order to batten like vampires on the trust of simple believers. We loved him because he defended us against the racial enemy’s campaign to spread perversion among us. He knew that sexual perversion was poison and that enough of it could kill any race. We thanked him for removing from circulation the many Jew smut publications which championed all manner of sexual deviation, including abortion, in the name of “freedom of the press.” We loved him because he removed our alien dominators and placed them back among their own kind. We loved him because he freed us from those corrupted by gold and replaced them with able and incorruptible men. We loved him because he did not surround himself with persons who sought idle privilege, but who sought instead the privilege of serving us. No means of helping our people was too humble for our “high and mighty” leaders. We contributed freely, for we loved our leaders almost as much as we did our Leader. We loved him because he made our police force work for us, not against us. Our young learned that our police were not against us, but a necessary help in the establishment of a healthy society. Certainly, all available help was necessary to protect the honest citizens from the machinations of traitors, secret societies and minority pressure groups. We supported our police because they were German police, working for German government. Thus, we required far fewer police to “maintain public order” under Hitler than we do today, under alien domination. We loved him because he did not persecute our enemies, but prosecuted them— without fear or favor, according to law— our law. ...

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