Saturday, September 24, 2005

Hitler: On War With America


"I understand only too well that a world-wide distance separates Roosevelt's ideas and my ideas. Roosevelt comes from a rich family and belongs to the class whose path is smoothed in the democracies. I was the only child of a small, poor family and had to fight my way by work and industry. When the Great War came Roosevelt occupied a position where he got to know only its pleasant consequences, enjoyed by those who do business while others bleed ...

As for the German nation, it needs charity neither from Mr. Roosevelt nor from Mr. Churchill ... It wants only its rights! It will secure for itself this right to live even if thousands of Churchills and Roosevelts conspire against it."

--- Hitler,
December 11, 1941

"I don't see much future for the American. It's a decayed country. And they have their racial problem, and the problem of social inequalities ... My feelings against Americanism are feelings of hatred and deep repugnance ... Everything about the behavior of American society reveals that it's half Judaized, and the other half Nefrified. How can one expect a State like that to hold together - a country where everything is built on the dollar."

--- Hitler
January 1942


Reading the above rhetoric one is struck by it's similarity to the vitriol hurled at America these days by the likes of Bin Laden, and the Left.

Bin Laden has also called the United States a decadent and Judaized nation. Bin Laden also claims he attacks America in order to secure the rights of Muslims. However, like Hitler - whose idea of his rights was to have the Third Reich stretch across Europe - Bin Laden's idea of Muslim rights is for the Caliphate to stretch all the way to Andalusia (Spain).

And, it almost goes without saying that the rest of Hitler's critique of America sounds almost exactly like that of the Left. American democracy is a sham which makes it easy for rich people like Roosevelt to enter the halls of power. We have racial problems and inequalities. Everything is built on the dollar.

These criticisms have been ringing around the world as long as America has been here. They are the rantings of disatistfied people who lust for power rather than liberty. And let's be clear, when these "freedom fighters" claims to want "equality," they do not seek equality of opportunity, but instead call for equality of result. In other words, they want to create the results which is not in anyway different from a desire to control the entirety of the state.

Our enemy is the same menace wearing a different face. It is the pride of man, wanting to take away the choice of another to satisfy his lust for power, and ultimately destruction.