Monday, November 29, 2010

Whole Man v Half Man

" If the power to fight for ones own health is no longer present, the right to live in this world of struggle ends. This world only belongs to the forceful 'whole' man and not to the weak 'half' man." - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "Causes of The Collapse"

Principle of Goals

"This principle applies also to the individual man in so far as he wants to achieve great goals.

He too, will always only be able to do this in step like sections. He too, will always have to unite his entire energies on the achievement of a definitely delimited task, until this task seems fulfilled and a new section can be marked out.

Anyone who does not so divide the road to be conquered into separate stages and does not try to conquer these one by one, systematically with the sharpest concentration of all his forces, will never be able to reach the ultimate goal, but will be left somewhere along the road, or perhaps off of it.

This gradual working up to a goal is an art, and to conquer the road step by step in this way you must throw in your last ounce of energy" - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf- "Causes of The Collapse"

Thursday, November 25, 2010

Adolf Hitler - A Natural Born Leader

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Economic Decay

"A grave economic symptom of decay was the slow disappearance of the right of private property, and the gradual transference of the entire economy to the ownership of the stock companies" - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "Causes of The Collapse"

Ultimate Wisdom

"The ultimate wisdom is always the understanding of instinct, that is: a man must never fall into the lunacy of believing he has really risen to be lord and master of nature, which is so easily induced by the conceit of half-education; he must understand the fundamental necessity of Nature's rule and realize how much his existence is subjected to these laws of eternal fight and upward struggle" - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "Causes of The Collapse"

Tuesday, November 23, 2010

Interest Slavery

"As I listened to Gottfried Feder's first lecture about the 'breaking of interest slavery', I knew at once that this was a theoretical truth which would inevitably be of immense importance for the future of the German people.

The sharp separation of stock exchange capital from the national economy offered the possibility of opposing the internationalization of the German economy without at the same time menacing the foundations of an independent national self-maintenance by a struggle against all capital.

The development of Germany was much too clear in my eyes for me not to know that the hardest battle would have to be fought, not against hostile nations, but against international capital." - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "The Beginning Of My Political Activity"

The World Will Become A Department Store!

"As a young scamp in my wild years, nothing had so grieved me as having been born at a time which obviously erected its Halls of Fame only to shopkeepers and government officials.

The waves of historic events seemed to have grown so smooth that the future really seemed to belong to the 'peaceful contest of nations'; in other words, a cost mutual swindling match with exclusion of violent methods of defence.

The various nations began to be more and more like private citizens who cut the ground from under one anothers feet, stealing each others customers and orders, trying in every way to get ahead of one another, and staging this whole act amid a hue and cry as loud as it is harmless.

This development seemed not only to endure but was expected in time (as was universally recommended) to remodel the whole world into one big department store in whose vestibules the busts of the shrewdest profiteers and the most lamblike administrative officials would be garnered for all eternity. - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "The World War"

Known Poverty

"Only at night did I sleep in my quarters. Since I had regularly woke up before five o'clock in the morning, I got in the habit of putting a few left-overs or crusts of bread on the floor for the mice which amused themselves in my little room, and watching them drool like little beasts chasing around after the choice morsels. I had known so much poverty in my life that I was well able to imagine the hunger, and hence also the pleasure, of the little creatures" - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "The German Workers Party"

Recognition of Sickness

‎"The cure of a sickness can only be achieved if its cause is known, and the same is true of curing political evils.To be sure, the outward form of a sickness,its symptom which strikes the eye, is easier to see and discover than the inner cause. And this is the reason why so many people never go beyond the recognition of external effects and even confuse them with the cause, attempting, indeed,to deny the existence of the latter.

Thus most of us primarily see the collapse only in the general economic misery and the consequence arising therefrom. early everyone of us must personally suffer these a cogent ground ...for every individual to understand the catastrophe. Much less does the great mass see the collapse in its political,ethical, and moral aspect. In this feeling and understanding of many fail completely." - Adolf Hitler , extracted from Mein Kampf - Chapter "The German Workers Party"

Karl Marx(ism)

" I began to study again, and now for the first time really achieved an understanding of the content of Karl Marx's life effort. Only now did his Kapital come real intelligible to me, and also the struggle of the Social Democracy against the National economy, which aims only to prepare the ground for the domination of truly international finance and stock exchange capital" - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "The Beginning of My Political Activity"

Dying Hero

"For the greater a mans works for the future the less the present can comprehend them; the harder his fight, and the rarer success. If, however,once in centuries success does come to a man, perhaps in his latter days a faint beam of his coming glory may shine upon him. To be sure, these great men are only the Marathon runners of history; the laurel wreath of the present touches only the brow of the dying hero" - Adolf Hitler - Mein Kampf - "The Beginning of My Political Activity"