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Have you ever noticed that there’s this thing with regards to Hitler where people will laugh at the idea that there’s a person who says “Hitler was right” but they laugh in a kind of joyous way—not with derision, but the way you might laugh if the unacceptable truth were spoken (with a belly-laugh)?

Have you noticed how there’s a variant on this idea where someone says, “Now hear me out, hear me out, I don’t say he was right about everything, especially not the Jews—but the autobahns were impressive, weren’t they? I mean, he had a point there, didn’t he?”. People say the same with Mussolini and “making the trains run on time” (at least he did that).

What they really mean is “everything worked” not “at least”—they say that as a form of litotes, humorous ironic understatement. In the same way, when they say Hitler was “right about some things, just not the Jews” they mean “Hitler was right about everything, especially the Jews”. It’s like when British people say “Germany won the war really”, referring to the post-war economic boom—really they mean “the Jews won the war”.

You have to remember that most people lie all the time. It comes down to that RD Laing quote—“normal” means to live in a world of splitting, denial, projection, and so on. So it’s no wonder that people are so schizoid that they talk in code “the Germans won the war really” = “the Jews won the war”.

Further, have you noticed that there’s also no equivalent to this situation with Mao or Stalin? Nobody says “say what you like about Stalin, he had a point, didn’t he?”; nobody really thinks that—it’s not taboo and, after all, he was our ally and we fought to implement a less severe version of what he had in the USSR.

People like Arendt made out that it was “the totalitarian twins”—Stalin and Hitler—but that’s a false equivalence; actually, nobody speaks about Stalin as they do Hitler—and Stalin’s regime was more like FDR’s than not. “Totalitarianism”, a term coined by Mussolini, has become a post-war pejorative passed off to make things that were diametrically opposed, the USSR and Hitler’s Germany, look like the same phenomenon.

I used to be very careful about this view because when I was a teenager I was a fanatical Marxist and I was always conscious that I didn’t want to flip—do the thing where you’re a fanatical atheist and then you become a fanatical Christian, but the real commonality is that you’re a fanatic whatever you say.

However, I went through a long fallow period where I wasn’t political in any way. And I’m interested in reality—not appearance. There are some people who present themselves as “reasonable centrists” as a response to youthful enthusiasm; but that’s just a tactic to make yourself look good, respectable.

Hitler is a figure like Jesus and like Muhammad—Jung compared him to Muhammad, a new Muhammad. Jung was right. It’s why all the other war leaders fade away—Stalin, FDR, Churchill—but people still speak about Hitler, fear to be associated with him. Even people who support him are afraid to say, “I’m for Hitler,” because the name is so explosive; and yet this is not about the fact Hitler killed many people—so did Mao, and if you go round saying “I’m a Maoist” people will just think you’re odd, you will not experience “the rage”.

I know why Hitler was shamanic. It was because he went up a mountain, as related by his childhood friend Kubizek, and there he saw the star-like entities I saw at Hartsfell (“It all started after that”). As I discussed some time ago, Hitler had a well-thumbed book on magic in his library—and when they came to find him the tomb was empty.

Someone once chastised me for having no plan. Well, men of destiny don’t have “plans”. The Soviet Union had “plans”, our governments have “Equality and Diversity Strategies”, and you may plot your life out in a little spreadsheet—but I have no plans. People with “plans” are plotters, backbiters, schemers—“working in the dark against your fellow man”. You have schemes to “get him”, to entrap him, to “fuck him over”—like the Pharisees with Jesus, or the aristocrats with Rasputin.

I just have truth—truthfulness. I do not need a plan—I speak the truth and follow it. Hitler did the same—that was why he intuited that Islam was the coming religion and was more suitable for Europeans than Christianity. He had divine insight. His enemy was the same as Jesus, same as Muhammad—the Jews, the liars and hypocrites.

People know the truth, in their hearts—they just have no courage, so they bend and serve the AntiChrist. That’s why they make nervous little jokes about Hitler was “right about some things”, “went a bit too far”. Anything to preserve your life and your social respectability—your schemes and plots, your envy and malice.

That’s why Hitler is not like Stalin—he was a truth-speaker, he was the only truth-speaker in the war. People react strongly to him not because he killed but because he spoke truth—I know he spoke the truth because people react to him as they do to me when I speak the unacceptable truth.

There is this idea that Hitler was “schizo” or “mad”—completely the opposite, he was completely in touch with reality, like all shamans. It’s people who code-talk about “the Germans who won the war really” who are “mad”—detached from reality.

In the same way, it’s not the European peoples who are racial supremacists bent on the extermination of all other peoples, as popular propaganda has it, rather that’s the Jews; they just go about it in indirect ways, like Marxism and Christianity, the latter being a distortion of the message of Jesus (as Satan would naturally do).


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