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Wednesday, July 25, 2012

What About the 2nd Amendment?

Many people today use Hitler as propaganda saying he was against firearms and such.  This post will help you take yourself to post-WWI Germany.

Pg 188 “Mein Kampf”

“Looked at from the purely political point of view, the situation in 1918 was as follows: A nation had been torn into two parts.  One part, which was by far the smaller of the two, contained the intellectual classes of the nation from which all those employed in physical labour were excluded.  On the surface these intellectual classes appeared to be national-minded, but that word meant nothing else to them except a very vague and feeble concept of the duty to defend what they called the interests of the State, which in turn seemed identical with those of the dynastic regime.  This class tried to defend its ideas and reach its aims by carrying on the fight with the aid of intellectual weapons, which could be used only here and there and which had only a superficial effect against the brutal measures employed by the adversaries, in the face of which the intellectual weapons were of their very nature bound to fail.  With one violent blow the class which had hitherto governed was now struck down.  It trembled with fear and accepted every humiliation imposed on it by the merciless victor.”

“Over against this class stood the broad masses of manual labourers who were organized in movements with a more or less radically Marxist tendency.  These organized masses were firmly determined to break any kind of intellectual resistance by the use of brute force.  They had no nationalist tendencies whatsoever and deliberately repudiated the idea of advancing the interests of the nation as such.  On the contrary, they promoted the interests of the foreign oppressor.  Numerically this class embraced the majority of the population and, what is more important, included all those elements of the nation without whose collaboration a national resurgence was not only a practical impossibility but was even inconceivable.”

“For already in 1918 one thing had to be clearly recognized; namely, that no resurgence of the German nation could take place until we had first restored our national strength to face the outside world.  For this purpose arms are not the preliminary necessity, though our bourgeois ‘statesmen’ always blathered about it being so; what wanted was will-power.  At one time the German people had more than sufficient military armament. (The armistice banned Germany from having a military if you don’t know what he is talking about.)  And yet they were not able to defend their liberty because they lacked those energies which spring from the instinct of national self-preservation and the will to hold on to one’s own.  The best armament is only dead and worthless material as long as the spirit is wanting which makes men willing and determined to avail themselves of such weapons.  Germany was rendered defenceless not because she lacked arms, but because she lacked the will to keep her arms for the maintenance of her people.”

“To-day our Left-wing politicians in particular are constantly insisting that their craven-hearted and obsequious foreign policy necessarily results from the disarmament of Germany, whereas the truth is that this is the policy of traitors.  To all that kind of talk the answer ought to be: No, the contrary is the truth.  Your action in delivering up the arms was dictated by your anti-national and criminal policy of abandoning the interests of the nation.  And now you try to make people believe that your miserable whining is fundamentally due to the fact that you have no arms.  Just like everything else in your conduct, this is a lie and a falsification of the true reason.”

“But the politicians of the Right deserve exactly the same reproach.  It was through their miserable cowardice that those ruffians of Jews who came into power in 1918 were able to rob the nation of its arms.  The conservative politicians have neither right nor reason on their side when they appeal to disarmament as the cause which compelled them to adopt a policy of prudence (that is to say, cowardice).  Here again, the contrary is the truth.  Disarmament is the result of their lack of spirit.”



From me:

The reason I posted this today is to show that we are in the same predicament today as Germany was in 1918.  The U.N. along with all kinds of different people here in the U.S. would like us to be disarmed and turned over to a one world government.  But if you look at what I just copied from “Mein Kampf”, you’re already armed and don’t even know it.  You have the willpower to stop all that is happening here in the U.S.  All you have to do is actually see through the lies of all of the politicians and know them for exactly who they are; liars.  They want you to believe everything they tell you, but if you look at some of the campaign commercials, they actually rat each other out.  They tell all of the bad things about each other, but yet you still believe that one is better than the other.  We have the answers in the ANP, just as I keep trying to show you that National Socialism has the best ideas.  Hopefully one day you’ll wake up and see that and join our cause to stop this wildfire of cowardice here in the U.S.  Below is an article I found on the gun laws in Germany.  I hate every time I turn around I see a conservative post something that states Hitler opposed arms, whereas you can see not only in “Mein Kampf” did he approve of it, but I found more proof for those who really want to know.  By the way, he took arms from the Jews because like the other posts that I made on this blog, they control everything.  He took away all of their power including firearms.  Besides, do you think its right for illegals to come here and possess firearms and get away with attacking the American Citizens?  If you do, you are just as bad as they are.

Copied from another blog that has exactly what I wanted to put here: http://propagandaprofessor.net/2011/09/26/the-myth-of-hitlers-gun-ban/

Whenever a politician, or anyone else, starts talking about regulating guns, it’s a safe bet that someone will bring up how Hitler supposedly outlawed guns in Germany, which supposedly enabled him to do all the mischief he did. As we’ve noted before, Adolf is a staple reference among propagandists. It’s become an automatic response to compare anyone you don’t like to Der Fuhrer, on the grounds that since he was evil incarnate, everything he ever said or did must also be evil. People have even been known to suggest that since he was a vegetarian, vegetarians are evil. It’s not surprising, then, that you often see this quote pop up:

“This year will go down in history! For the first time, a civilized nation has full gun registration! Our streets will be safer, our police more efficient, and the world will follow our lead into the future!” –Adolf Hitler, 1935

Trouble is, Hitler never made such a speech in 1935. Nor is there any record that he ever spoke these particular words at all. This little “speech” was obviously written for him, many years after his death, by someone who wanted you to believe that gun registration is Hitler-evil.

What he did say, seven years later, was this: “The most foolish mistake we could possibly make would be to permit the conquered Eastern peoples to have arms. History teaches that all conquerors who have allowed their subject races to carry arms have prepared their own downfall by doing so.” So it’s fair to conclude that he believed “gun control” had its uses. But that’s quite a different thing from claiming that “gun control” was instrumental in the NAZI rise to power.

And the truth is that no gun law was passed in Germany in 1935. There was no need for one, since a gun registration program was already in effect in Germany; it was enacted in 1928, five years before Hitler’s ascendancy. But that law did not “outlaw” guns, it just restricted their possession to individuals who were considered law-abiding citizens, and who had a reason to own one. And there’s no reason to consider that law particularly significant, either; the NAZIs didn’t seize control of their own country with gunpowder. They used a much more potent weapon: propaganda.

Under their reign, Jews were prohibited from owning guns, just as they were prohibited from doing many things. And it has become an article of faith among the gun culture that had they been armed, the Holocaust would not have happened (that is, among those members of the gun culture who know that the Holocaust really did happen). But the concept of a handful of citizens armed with hunting rifles and Saturday night specials fending off an army is delusional hubris peculiar to gun addicts. On American soil, its most glorious day in the sun has been perhaps Waco. And we all know how well that turned out.

The gun culture is right about one thing, however. Hitler really did enact a new gun law. But it was in 1938, not 1935 – well after the NAZIs already had the country in its iron grip. Furthermore, the new law in many ways LOOSENED gun restrictions. For example, it greatly expanded the numbers who were exempt, it lowered the legal age of possession from 20 to 18, and it completely lifted restriction on all guns except handguns, as well as on ammunition.

Given all of this, it’s pretty hard to make a case that “gun control” played a significant role in NAZI conquest. In fact, one might well say that when gun addicts brandish Hitler as a weapon, they are unwittingly arguing against their own cause.


2 comments:

  1. Like Adolf Hitler explained in his book Mein Kampf, about the jewish BIG-LIE method of perverting and fabricating facts against their opponants - SAY IT OFTEN ENOUGH - and even if its an outragous untruth, some of it will stick in peoples minds. Hitler didn't "invent" the Big-Lie - he EXPOSED it as a JEWISH tool of subversion!

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  2. He definitely exposed them for who they are and I think society knows it as well. My father even told me he hates Jews, but he will stand firm and say he is no National Socialist. That's how a lot of conservatives feel, but they just don't want to associate themselves with the fact they also have the same feelings as Hitler did. I guess that's why I feel it's necessary for me to put out there just what was said in "Mein Kampf" that relates to the masses today. I might can't get them to read "Mein Kampf", those who read this blog will get the information they need to know that they are indeed a National Socialist, especially when they see how much they actuall agree with what they are reading.

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