July 14, 2019
Attacking your own history is such a sick and weird concept.
If we assume for a moment that the Jews are not actually God’s Chosen people, and the morality tale of the war was simply a basic one of liberating an oppressed race, then it really is equivocal to the mainstream story of the US Civil War.
And after the South lost, no one told them to hate themselves. They shook hands, and said “hey, nice try then.”
Yes, reconstruction was a brutal disaster – not trying to discount that, for any of you Southerners. But was absolutely, fundamentally different from being brainwashed to believe that you are evil.
Statues were built for Confederate heroes, and none was torn down until Dylann Roof. States still flew some version of the Confederate battle flag.
What was done to Germany after the war, with the brainwashing of the entire country to believe that they are uniquely evil in all of history, is something that has only happened once.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday urged strong opposition from all sections of German society against the resurgence of right-wing extremism.
In her weekly video address, a week before the 75th anniversary of the assassination attempt on Nazi dictator Adolf Hitler, she paid tribute to those who opposed the Führer’s rule, and took action.
“They followed their conscience and thereby shaped a part of Germany’s history that otherwise would have been solely defined by the darkness of National Socialism,” Merkel said.
“We, too, have a duty today to stand up against all those tendencies that want to destroy democracy,” the chancellor added.
July 20 marks the anniversary of the 1944 bomb plot to murder Hitler and remove the Nazi Party from power. The attempt failed and Hitler survived with minor injuries. The plot’s orchestrator, Claus Schenk Graf von Stauffenberg, and some 200 co-conspirators were executed.
Assassins were role models
Merkel said Germany owes them a debt of gratitude, noting that the country’s post-war constitution may not have come into existence without such actions.
The chancellor also singled out the “terrible murder” last month of German politician Walter Lübcke, which prosecutors think was politically motivated by those with links to neo-Nazi extremism.
It’s just mind-boggling that any people would ever tolerate this.
Imagine if the governor of Georgia gave a speech saying that Ulric Dahlgren was a role model for the youth for planning to assassinate Confederacy President Jefferson Davis.
I mean, eventually that will happen.
Or actually maybe it won’t happen, because Dahlgren was white, and I don’t think that any white heroes are going to be allowed in the near future, even if they tried to stop evil racist bad men.
But with Germany, this happened at once. Immediately after the war ended, the American (read: Jewish) occupation brainwashed the entire German population into believing they were actually possessed by the spirit of pure evil, Bob’s your uncle, and would forever – for generations and generations, into infinity – be guilty of the worst evil of all time.
What was done to Germany in the post-war period was the worst crime against humanity in all of human history. For they did not simply have their bodies destroyed. Their very souls were destroyed.
I am not German.
But if there is one thing in the universe that would bring the purest joy to my heart, it would be tearing down that monstrous “Holocaust Memorial” in Berlin and building a gigantic stone statue of Adolf Hitler, twice as big as the statue of Christ in Rio, with the name of every German soldier who died in that horrible, evil war carved into the base of it.