April 20, 2017
If you think this is “art,” you belong in the gas chamber.
Hitler was a sensitive man, and as such he understood the great importance of art in the life of a people. We learn from the people who knew him well that art was one of his most common conversation subject, and something he thought about constantly, even while the war was raging in Europe.
Beautiful architecture was very important to Hitler.
Parallel to the training of the body a struggle against the poisoning of the soul must begin. Our whole public life today is like a hothouse for sexual ideas and simulations. Just look at the bill of fare served up in our movies, vaudeville and theaters, and you will hardly be able to deny that this is not the right kind of food, particularly for the youth. Theater, art, literature, cinema, press, posters, and window displays must be cleansed of all manifestations of our rotting world and placed in the service of a moral, political and cultural idea.
You can imagine his pain at seeing such works of beauty destroyed in the great battles of WWI.
Hitler himself was a gifted artist, and if circumstances had been different, he surely would have dedicated his life to painting rather than politics.
My dearest wish would be to be able to wander about in Italy
as an unknown painter.
It was only out of a sense of duty and love for his people that he sacrificed his passion for painting, architecture and music in order to devote himself to the struggle against Jewish communism and the liberation of Germany.
He was painting and drawing even while on the battlefield.
Even as he was a starving artist selling paintings to survive, Hitler was spending most of his earnings on opera tickets rather than food.
The fact is that art isn’t merely some kind of “entertainment” for the masses, or a snobbish hobby for the aristocratic classes. Art molds the mind and the spirit of a people. Hearing a piece of religious music, such as a Bach mass, will put most people in a calm, contemplative mood. It inspires the heart to value purity and strength. Conversely, hearing Negro jungle music brings up our basest urges.
Landscapes weren’t the only subject of Hitler’s paintings.
Imagine what our lives would be like if most of the buildings we inhabited looked like this on the outside:
And had this level of craftsmanship on the interior:
If, instead of ugly advertising posters plastered everywhere, we had such beautiful paintings celebrating European culture adorning our walls and buildings:
If, instead of gangsta rap and mindless pop music blasting on the radio and in malls, we had uplifting and profound compositions that expressed harmony and beauty:
That was Adolf Hitler’s program for the uplifting of the European soul and the purging of Jewish filth from the cultural sphere forever.
This was the project to rebuild Berlin. It would have been breathtaking.
This was accompanied by a relentless promotion of the best art produced in Germany.
Degenerate “modern” art was also routinely mocked and ridiculed, as it should.
This great project was halted by the Nazi’s loss to the allies in 1945, and with it, the West’s cultural evolution was also completely upset. In practically every way, the art produced today is inferior to European art thousands of years old.
Only by our victory against the Jews can we continue Hitler’s work, and take up the torch of Classical civilization to continue creating the most sublime art that humanity can devise.
Otherwise, we’re doomed to keep falling back into the slime.