Sunday, January 24, 2010

Pat Buchanan


  1. Wow! I didn't know that the perfect left could be so desperate to slander someone. Where did you get that the "America First Committee" is "Pro-Hitler?" That "Jewish plot to defend the Soviet Union" quote doesn't exist. And by the way, Hitler did adopt a certain policy in his economy known as "SOCIALISM" or "FACISM" (They're the same thing.) in which an overbearing, strong central government controls businesses and people's lives. Last time I checked thats what you guys wanted.
    You say that he was a capitalist but you show no evidence. I don't get it; if you start this blog to show that Adolf Hitler was a "evil capitalist" why don't you show any evidence for it? All you can come up with is some bull- @#!*% unsupported paragraph with a picture of Pat Buchanan on it?
    Over and above all this is the fact that you wouldn't have the computer you're typing this dumb blog on if it weren't for capitalism. Yea, that's right. Computers were invented by the "evil" free enterprise in this country. If Bill Gates hadn't been able to create Microsoft and Steve Jobs not allowed to start Apple because companies were owned by government bureacrats, then your computer would not exist! Nor would you be able to afford it if it did.
    People, you need to wake up and ask yourselves if you want to be a slave to a government that tells you how to live your life, or if you want to do what you want to better yourself. That's the bottom line.

  2. If anything Hitler was a socialist you morons. Read his "Second Book", the sequel to Mein Kampf that was written in the summer of 1928 but wasn't published until 1961. He makes anti capitalist statements and even claims that international Bolshevism is poisoned with international Jewish capitalism. He basically said they were the same thing. "Jewish Bolshevist capitalism" (paraphrasing). He actually said that it was reasonable to reject the international element of Bolshevism (Judaism) and replace it with national Bolshevism, essentially eliminating the Jewish element of Bolshevism. He said that if there was a reformation within the Bolshevik world (referring to Russia) where the Jewish element was replaced by a Russian nationalist element Germany could possible be allies with them. A "national anti capitalist Bolshevism" as opposed to international Bolshevism which was parallel with "international Jewish capitalism".

    In a speech from 1920 to his party leaders entitled "Why are we Anti Semites?" he denounces what he perceived as the Jewish attitude towards work as being egotistic abd called their work "practical work" but not the "real work". To him Aryan nations and peoples only are capable of building a true socialist state because Aryans understood the ethical concept of work and sacrifice to the community. Hitler said work was related to self preservation of the community and the species. The real work was what Aryans understood as working to preserve the Aryan species of man, self preservation of the species in contrast to only self preservation of the individual who is just a member of the species, but his life is not a priority as that of the survival of the species to which he belongs to (the Aryan race). Also in June 1944 he gave a speech to armaments industrialists where at first he praised them for their commitment to the war effort and even promised in the future the blossoming of private business and private initiative. However towards the end he drastically changed course after he received no applause from the audience of industrialists (for a few reasons) and gave a direct threat to them if the war were lost. That threat was German private business would cease to exist if Germany lost the war and the German people were "destroyed", and so the state would therefore direct and own exclusively all production. That was the first time Hitler had made that threat to a group of industrialists since he came to power. And Albert Speer who helped write the speech and was for self preservation of German industry had not suggested to Hitler to do that and rather came very unexpected to him when Hitler spoke those words. He had wanted Hitler to assure the industrialists their future was safe and protected. Do your homework and maybe you'll learn something.

  3. It was for practical purposes that he did not have business and industry taken over completely because his primary task was the fight against "international Marxism" and his enemy of the Russia, which to Hitler had represented an international Marxist enemy. Interestingly enough in his Second Book he admitted that in his mind Russia was not a true anti capitalist state at all because it was dominated by International Jewish capitalist interests. The international Marxist-capitalistic enemy was one of the same, which I know to many will seem like a contradiction and very confusing.