How appropriate that today “Facebook” “suspended” me — on April 20, 2017. 😉
There is a time for everyone, even the greatest or most famous, to just go and die so they can see their life-review video, face their own flaws, and reincarnate afterward, hopefully, as a better person.
Adolf Hitler gets full credit for the greatness of his movement and his Reich.
But as absolute rule of Germany, he also bears full blame for the disastrous anti-Russian-people policy that lost the war. Many officers protested against it, Himmler referred to it as a a good thing in his Posen speech in October 1943, and the Führer did not listen. He was not a god, just a very great and good man.
The Vlasov ballyhoo
Then you hear the next prayer. This goes: “We were wrong about the Russians.” This song is usually sung by men from some Eastern province, who were over there in their youth, some of whom have written very good books and had a Russian mother, too, and now they tell stories. It is also sung by the little political vagabonds whom we first came to know in the eastern struggle against Poland, whom we rejected at home, and who have now been drafted as soldiers, officers and majors, and are still peddling their intellectual poison under cover of the uniform of our decent German army. Goaded on by this propaganda tendency — I can’t call it anything else — they tell you so many stories, or write them home by military post (and the stories then trickle down from top to bottom): “Yes, we were wrong about the Russians. The Russians are not at all the robot” (this is the expression used most frequently) “that we thought they were in 1941. Now that we’re over here in the East, our eyes have been opened. The Russians are a noble people, and so on and so forth, a collection of all virtues. We just have to educate them as National Socialists, the best thing would be to create a NSRWP [National Socialist Russian Workers Party] or something similar. Then they would” — this is the next bit — “form the army of liberation under General Vlasov”.
Then comes the following, which is a constant claim of General Vlasov: “Russia can only be freed by Russians. Germany has so far never been able to defeat the Russians”. So give Vlasov 500,000 or 1,000,000 Russians, arm them well, train them insofar as possible according to German principles, and Vlasov is so noble, that he’ll go off against the Russians and kill them for us.
People can blow off a great deal of stuff and nonsense; that wouldn’t be so dangerous. But when a piece of nonsense like this has the end effect that a glorious army, looking back on hundreds of years of tradition like the German one, begins to doubt its own strength due to the gossip of politically untrained little officers of higher or lower service grades — the little bundle of proverbs who talks like this doesn’t even notice how devastating it is when he says: “We cannot beat the Russians, they can only do that themselves” — then that is dangerous. […]
The Slav is never able to build anything himself. In the long run, he’s not capable of it. I’ll come back to this later. With the exception of a few phenomena produced by Asia every couple of centuries, through that mixture of two heredities which may be fortunate for Asia but is unfortunate for us Europeans — with the exception, therefore, of an Attilla, a Ghenghis Khan, a Tamerlaine, a Lenin, a Stalin — the mixed race of the Slavs is based on a sub-race with a few drops of blood of our blood, blood of a leading race; the Slav is unable to control himself and create order. He is able to argue, able to debate, able to disintegrate, able to offer resistance against every authority and to revolt. But these human shoddy goods are just as incapable of maintaining order today as they were 700 or 800 years ago, when they called in the Varangians, when they called in the Ruriks. […]
Heart in the wrong place
It is basically wrong for us to project our whole harmless soul and heart, all our good nature, our idealism, onto foreign peoples. This applies to Herder, who wrote the “Voices of the Peoples”, probably in a drunken hour, and caused us, in later generations, such boundless suffering and misery. That applies to the Czechs and Slovenes, to whom, after all, we brought their national feeling. They themselves were absolutely incapable of it; rather, we invented it for them.
For the SS Man, one principle must apply absolutely: we must be honest, decent, loyal, and comradely to members of our own blood, and to no one else. What happens to the Russians, the Czechs, is totally indifferent to me. Whatever is available to us in good blood of our type, we will take for ourselves, that is, we will steal their children and bring them up with us, if necessary. Whether other races live well or die of hunger is only of interest to me insofar as we need them as slaves for our culture; otherwise that doesn’t interest me. Whether 10,000 Russian women fall down from exhaustion in building a tank ditch is of interest to me only insofar as the tank ditches are finished for Germany.
We will never be hard and heartless when it is not necessary; that is clear. We Germans, the only ones in the world with a decent attitude towards animals, will also adopt a decent attitude with regards to these human animals; but it is a sin against our own blood to worry about them and give them ideals, so that our sons and grandchildren will have a harder time with them.
I warn Donald Trump:
Do not start a war with Russia. The people of Russia are our friend. They just want cooperation, peace, and for their nation to be sovereign!
Learn from what happened to Germany.
DO NOT GOAD OR ATTACK RUSSIA.