Walsh Michael - The Triumph of Reason The Thinking Man's Adolf Hitler


Author : Walsh Michael
Title : The Triumph of Reason The Thinking Man's Adolf Hitler
Year : 2007

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"I believe that there can be nothing of value which is not in the last resort based on reason. I refuse to believe that in statesmanship one should regard as right any views which are not anchored in reason." - Adolf Hitler. Karlsruhe, 13th March 1936. Adolf Hitler has undoubtedly received more publicity than any other world figure, dead or alive. His persona, that of his political colleagues, his political party; the rise and combined Capitalist/Communist destruction fall of the Third Reich, have provided sufficient written material to fell several rain forests. At the latest count 120,000 different titles. Virtually all of it the preposterous re-cycled one-sided propaganda of the victors. This absence of objectivity is equalled only by the difficulty of discovering first-hand what the German Leader actually said or thought. It is as if we sit in a court room in which the defendant, defence counsel and defence witnesses have been excluded. The judge and jury must form an opinion based exclusively on the accusations laid by the prosecution and witnesses for the prosecution. No proof of allegation will be required, they will face no questioning, call none but their own witnesses, every accusation will be accepted without question. Sixty years of unchallenged distortion, mischievous interpretation, bias, prejudice, the re-cycling of myths, hearsay - and what do we get: universal ignorance. An ignorance so profound that I was drawn to this conclusion. Should I invite twenty randomly picked people to provide a brief essay on major points of National Socialist history I could guarantee two certainties: twenty different answers, mostly provable poppycock. "In no country has the historical blackout been more intense and effective than in Great Britain. Here, it has been ingeniously christened, The Iron Curtain of Discreet Silence, by the able English lawyer and historian of warfare, Frederick J.P Veale. Virtually nothing has been written to reveal the truth about British responsibility for the Second World War and its disastrous results." So said Harry Elmer Barnes, America's foremost revisionist historian. He was absolutely right of course. But can't we, the people who suffered the consequences of Europe’s most destructive brother-war be trusted to examine the whole evidence and form our own conclusions? If Hitler's Mein Kampf (only the Bible has sold more copies this century), his speeches and opinions are the rantings of a madman as is claimed why are they not readily available so that we can judge for ourselves? Is it because the victors' lies cannot bear the cold light of objectivity? Here then is a rare opportunity to examine the authentic first-hand expressions uttered by the German Leader who won the hearts of minds of hundreds of millions of Europeans. These extracts have so far been undemocratically denied by the so-called 'champions of free speech', the tabloid hacks and the palace historians. Agree or disagree with the Fuhrer's account of unfolding events his hopes and his fears. Whatever; the liberating experience will elevate your freedom of thought and make you less of a manipulated puppet. You will stand taller and be a better human being as a consequence. -Michael Walsh. ...

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