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[–] nul 0 points 25 points (+25|-0) ago 

Highly recommend that you don't read it until you understand the time period and why it was written. A lot of things are temporal and relevant to the time, and without a proper understanding of what Germany was going through then, you won't understand a lot of it.

When I look up Hitler quotes now (you know, the ones that are made to make him look bad) they make me laugh because of how out of context they are. For example, "The victor will never be asked if he told the truth" is often used to make it look like he didn't believe in truth, only victory. In reality this comes from a long passage about Britain's propaganda during the first world war. He was in fact criticizing the belief, not embracing it.

Hitler was a man of truth and he wanted, more than anything, peace and prosperity among all Europeans and peoples of the world.


[–] d33t 0 points 9 points (+9|-0) ago  (edited ago)

This, exactly. The version I downloaded from includes (((annotations))) that provide historical context (as well as unsolicited negative commentary) that prompted me to further investigate the state of affairs of the time. This led me to read about the (((October Revolution))) of 1913. How deep the rabbit hole goes!

After learning about the horrifying atrocities the (((Bolsheviks))) committed against the Russian proles, Hilter's motivations resolved before my eyes with lucid clarity: he was only trying to protect his people from a terrible fate under Jewish communism, while also warning the rest of the world that the international Jews were coming for them too.

I highly recommend reading about the October Revolution and the Secret Holocaust. The Spanish Inquisition can't hold a candle to the gruesome things the Jews did in early 20th century Russia.

The Jewish role in the Bolshevik Revolution:

The whole is worth reading, but Ctrl+F "An Orgy of Murder" and start reading from there if you want to skip to the nightmare fuel:

Edit: I haven't gotten the chance to sit down and watch this (it's ~6 hours long), but I've heard glowing remarks about this documentary on Hilter:

Edit 2: Another documentary I've heard good things about is Europa: The Last Battle. Somehow it still hasn't been deleted from Youtube.


[–] 12501373? 1 points 2 points (+3|-1) ago 

Just like this quote.

"A lie told once remains a lie but a lie told a thousand times becomes the truth"

It is used to make national socialist seem "evil manipulator masterminds that will lie thousands of times and brainwash their people"...I always thought it was weird that they supposedly manipulator would shoot himself in the foot saying that in public.

I'm almost sure it was a quote said toward their enemies instead, the jews, the media, england, france,...I don't know, do you know ?


[–] no-hurry-no-pause 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago  (edited ago)

until you understand the time period and why it was written.

So the obvious next question you should have answered in advance is what books do I need to read to properly understand the time period, preferably from a Hitler perspective.


[–] nul 0 points 4 points (+4|-0) ago 

I'll try and give you some info, as a beginner. This is by no means comprehensive, but it certainly helps

Benjamin Freedman's speech

Hitler's War - What the Historians Forget to Mention


Europa: The Last Battle

The Myth of the 20th Century

There's way more, I have over 100 GB of pdfs/books on my hard drive. I'm still working to sort it all out. If you're looking for way more, try /pdfs/

Also - in regards to world history, I cannot shill enough Arthur Kemp's March of the Titans

If your first response to this is something among the lines of "This is too much, I can't be bothered to watch/read/listen to all this..." then realize that you are an untermensch and unfit for proper thinking. I don't expect you to do it all today, or even this month, but put it on your to do list and save it for a rainy day.


[–] BLOODandHONOUR 2 points 2 points (+4|-2) ago 

The protocols of the learned elders of Zion

Satan, Prince of this World

The Red Fog Over America


[–] Naught405 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

Everything on and from the period that you can. The more you read the more you understand.


[–] Nofweer 0 points 0 points (+0|-0) ago 

He was in fact criticizing the belief, not embracing it.

Yes. It is so very common to see Hitler's quotes misinterpreted as if he had instructed how to act in certain way, when in fact he was criticizing his opponents.

For example, "the lie repeated many times will be believed true" was not his teaching on how to do propaganda, quite the opposite, he was describing how the Communist propaganda works. Well, and it still does it that way, doesn't it?