March 18, 2020
If Adolf Hitler was really so crazy, you’d think the Jews would want people to read his book, just so they can see how crazy he really was.
But apparently they don’t want that, for some reason.
Amazon has banned the sale of most editions of Hitler’s Mein Kampf and other Nazi propaganda books from its store following decades of campaigning by Holocaust charities.
Booksellers were informed in recent days that they would no longer be allowed to sell a number of Nazi-authored books on the website including Hitler’s autobiographical screed and children’s books designed to spread antisemitic ideas among children.
In one email seen by the Guardian individuals selling secondhand copies of Mein Kampf on the service have been told by Amazon that “they can no longer offer this book” as it breaks the website’s code of conduct. The ban impacts the main editions of Mein Kampf produced by mainstream publishers such as London-based Random House and India’s Jaico, for whom it has become an unlikely bestseller.
Yeah, they banned a bunch of wholesome children’s books along with it.
There’s nothing in them that isn’t demonstrably true
I doubt most of the people reading these were actually children, or even actual Nationalists. Most likely they were just some people who’re interested in history or just hoped to sell them for more on eBay after a few years.
But even if they were actual children, what would be wrong with that?
If what’s in them is so wrong, then the kids would just find that out from personal experience as they grow older, wouldn’t they?
Leading Holocaust education charities and Jewish groups have campaigned since the late 1990s to stop Amazon from selling copies of Mein Kampf but the retailer had traditionally defended the right of free speech and the need for students to understand Hitler’s thinking when it comes to selling a book which is legal to publish. Most Nazi publications are easily available to download for free from other websites.
Dozens of cheap Kindle eBook editions of Mein Kampf have also been deleted from Amazon’s listings, along with Hitler’s Amazon author page, which encouraged individuals to follow for author updates and for information on new releases.
The various editions of Mein Kampf have collectively had thousands of Amazon reviews, with many individuals giving the book five stars.
Shocking how people who’ve actually read it seem to have a better opinion of it than people who haven’t read it.
I wonder how many Jews actually ever read Mein Kampf.
Given their nigger-like lack of introspection, I’m gonna assume that number is very, very low, and that they just casually wrote Hitler off as someone who hate them inexplicably for absolutely no reason, just like all the other people who inexplicably hate them for absolutely no reason.
Other Nazi publications including the children’s book The Poisonous Mushroom written by Nazi publisher Julius Streicher, who was later executed for crimes against humanity after running the Nazi Der Stürmer newspaper, have also recently removed from Amazon’s listings.
Until recently customers looking to purchase Streicher’s The Mongrel were able to buy the illustrated children’s guide to “the Jewish question” for £7.61. The book described itself as offering a “dozen stories about dangerous or harmful animals, each followed by an unflattering comparison to Jewry”.
Literally executed for memes.
Amazon would not comment on what had prompted it to change its mind on the issue but a recent intervention to remove the books by the London-based Holocaust Educational Trust received the backing of leading British politicians.
Last month Amazon acknowledged the charity’s concerns, saying the company was “mindful of book censorship throughout history” but was taking “concerns from the Holocaust Educational Trust seriously”.
Amazon had already banned the sale of many other far-right books in recent months, although its policies remain opaque. A handful of foreign-language academic editions of Mein Kampf currently remain available on Amazon’s UK bookstore, including an expensive heavily-annotated German language edition published in 2016 entitled: A Critical Edition, suggesting there may be exceptions for versions of Hitler’s words that provide sufficient historical context.
Yeah, the only editions they’ll permit the sale of are the ones the Jews themselves can distort and make a quick buck off of at the same time.
A reminder that you can actually get Mein Kampf and probably every single other evil Nazi book from the internet for no cost, and many of them even have audiobooks as well.
Of course, in order for people to actually look for them, they first need to know they exist, which is what the Jews are trying to prevent by banning them from Amazon and other major retailers.
Still, look at the bright side – we’re all gonna die from Corona-chan’s loving embrace soon, so what difference does it make?