Here we can see how the jews would like to change history for us to only remember jews and people that didn’t know enough about jews to hate them.
Another example of the Jewish hatred of us
Italics by Aidhan
Originally from this dispicable pop culture site that brought you ‘Waiting to Be Heard: On Being Deaf and Gay’ (how dysgenic can you get?) http://www.popmatters.com/review/176993-hitlers-philosophers-by-yvonne-sherratt/
I have emboldened some of the obvious jewish attempts and opinion formulation.
Although Contemptuous of Theory, Hitler Fancied Himself a Philosopher (Paula Cerni must not have read Mein Kampf)
By Paula Cerni 18 December 2013
Almost 70 years after his death, arch-villain Adolf Hitler—once described by Theodor Adorno as “a mixture of King Kong and a suburban hairdresser” (182)—continues to fascinate.
Yet the most shocking thing about Nazism isn’t Hitler the person, but the fact that an entire regime, and almost an entire society, could ever become so vile. This book illustrates that fact by looking at the role philosophy and philosophers played both in Nazi Germany and in Hitler’s own life.
At heart, Hitler seems to have been contemptuous of theory. Beaten and bullied by his father, he believed that, in his own words, the “plain man in the street respects nothing but brutal strength” (That doesn’t mean Hitler was stupid, it means rather that Jews hate violence because it could free us from them and be an antidote to their tyranny) (11). However, as author Yvonne Sherratt explains, philosophy is a German icon. So Hitler styled himself a philosopher, owned a large collection of books, and would often “name-drop from Germany’s formidable intellectuals to his generals” (xviii). (jews would like us to think that if you go against the jews, you can’t actually be very smart, because we are all supposed to know that we need these parasites so much)
Along with his supporters, he stole, twisted, and amplified (understood) the wickedest ideas (higher ideas that would free us from the jew) from the best-known thinkers. From Kant, for example, anti-Semitism; from Hegel, the view that the State must have supreme power; from Fichte, nationalism (Nationalism – A wicked idea? Why are jews then fanatics for Israel as a ‘Jewish Nation’. Jews want a special jewish nation for themselves, and a big international dependant cattle yard for the rest of the world, wholly subservient to and owned by the jews. Israel is currently seen as something that is non-negotiable as far as its existence, yet these jews vilify and persecute anyone else who want autonomy for their own people and this in short is what Zionism is. Every people has its own way of life and creates its own native environment and that is what nationalism helps to preserve) and anti-Semitism; from Schopenhauer, the glorification of Will over Reason, and more anti-Semitism; from Nietszche, militarism and the notion of the “superman” (what is wrong with the superman, is this offensive for the jew); from Darwin, anything that smacked of racial selection (What jews fight against. Racial selection goes against Talmudic law of creating a herd animal for them to rule over. They invented the holocaust to guilt us into accepting mass immigration so that we all breed together and form this); and so on.
More brazenly still, the Nazis claimed for themselves ancient prestigious thinkers such as Homer and Plato. (Well they certainly weren’t part of any jewish traditions, jews just have to bare these figures when they are not celebrating jewish non persons ie Einstein and Theodor Adorno) Even Jesus was depicted by party theorist Alfred Rosenberg as “a member of a Nordic enclave resident in ancient Galilee that had struggled against Judaism” (68).
That such bullshit could ever be taken seriously by large numbers of German intellectuals shows that, even in highly educated circles, social and political forces easily trump reason (is reason always listening to the jew?)—a fact, we should reflect, that still holds true today. Hitler’s supporters included Gottlob Frege, a logician now considered the father of analytical philosophy (one of the two main branches of Western philosophy) and Martin Heidegger, ironically a key figure in the other branch, continental philosophy.
Heidegger, we are told in this book, joined the Nazi Party in 1933, weeks after being elected rector of the University of Freiburg. He implemented Nazi policies requiring the firing of non-Aryan faculty—among them his friend and former teacher, Edmund Husserl—and became a police informer.
According to Heidegger, the Third Reich represented “the construction of a new intellectual and spiritual world for the German nation” (106). Romanticizing the Volk, he often retreated to a mountain cabin, where he chopped wood, dressed in rustic clothing, and spoke like the locals. Yet while he argued that rural communities had an authentic existence, his own existence was nothing but. Famously, he had an affair with one of his young students, Hannah Arendt. Then dumped her when her Jewishness got in the way. (jews thinking that we may like them, very high opinions of themselves)
All this and more Sherrat does a good job of telling in the format of a docudrama; a light, non-academic account that focuses hardly on the philosophical ideas themselves, but instead on historical background and personal stories.
After discussing Heidegger and other Hitler collaborators, Part 2 of the book considers some German intellectuals who stood up to the Nazis. (Who mainly all turn out to be jews, such as below)
The most tragic case, recounted in Chapter 6, is that of Walter Benjamin, a Jew whose views were diametrically and deliberately opposed to Heidegger’s. Instead of rejecting modern urban life, he embraced it with gusto. (That is because he is a cosmopolitan rat and wants to cram everybody in flats)
It’s no surprise, then, that Benjamin hated his exile on the island of Ibiza, today a clubber’s and chic-hippy paradise, but then a forsaken rural backwater. (Jews hate the country. Even though they need agriculture to feed their teeming billions of overpopulated stagnated subhumans from their overpopulation policies they urbanise everything. They are behind all the urban and ‘cosmopolitan culture’ and spare nowhere. If it’s natural and pleasant they hate it. They always have to have their ugly buildings erected and spread their shit degenerate art everywhere.)After succumbing malaria, he left for mainland Europe, only to be hunted down by the authorities and finally kill himself with a massive dose of morphine. (typical death of a destructive jewish rat)
Heidegger’s lover, Hannah Arendt, earns a chapter of her own in this book due to her colorful life and lasting intellectual influence. She discovered Judaism, hid a communist (a system designed to subjugate and enslave the entire world and reduce us to animals. Jews think this is good and insist on it.)in her apartment, became a Zionist, befriended Benjamin (traitor) (arranging his work for publication) escaped from a Nazi jail, and eventually made it to the US.
The final chapter looks at how the diverse thinkers fared after the war. Some collaborators received short prison sentences; others committed suicide or died of seemingly natural causes; but many were able to continue with or resume their careers. Sherratt claims that Germany turned at least one blind eye towards the Nazi past, and that philosophy departments remained politically poisoned. Never did Heidegger, for example, apologize for his actions or sympathize with the Reich’s victims.
As for Hitler’s surviving Jewish opponents, few of them ever returned to Germany. One exception was Adorno who, four years after the war got back to his hometown of Frankfurt. Three quarters of it laid in ruins; yet the city, he wrote, almost gave “an impression of normality. Food excellent, room overheated… Only the people’s clothes are shabby, and there are no elegant women at all any more” (255-6). (Pretending to be cultured. If you read Adorno’s theories he actually detests women and wants to get rid of women and both sexes altogether and denature all of humanity yet he will still talk of ‘elegant women’ when it is going to make him seem cultivated)
Sherratt ends her book with some bitter reflections on the contemporary reputations of the thinkers discussed. While Heidegger is widely considered one of the greatest philosophers of the 20th century, dissident Frankfurt School members such as Benjamin and Adorno are ignored by many philosophy departments. (That is because these people are not philosophers; a philosopher is a lover of truth. These people are merely liars.) Plenty of students, Sherratt complains, are “happily oblivious of the context of the ideas taught in their discipline” (263). (they want to erase any memory of anyone ever supporting Hitler)
Let us hope that with Hitler’s Philosophers, this most sinister episode in philosophy’s history will have less room to hide.
Paula Cerni (jewish rat with an Italian name parasiting in England) is a teacher and independent writer who holds a degree in English, and an MPhil in social science from the University of Sussex (UK). She writes non-fiction from a radical and progressive perspective. (destructive and regressive) www.paulacerni.wordpress.com.
ON THE TOPIC OF PHILOSOPHY LETS LOOK AT WHAT NIETZSCHE HAD TO SAY ABOUT THE JEWS:
THE JEWS ARE THE STRANGEST PEOPLE IN THE WORLD. CONFRONTED WITH THE QUESTION WHETHER TO BE OR NOT TO BE THEY CHOSE WITH UNCUNNING DELIBERATENESS, TO BE AT ANY PRICE: THIS PRICE WAS THE RADICAL FALSIFICATION OF ALL NATURE, ALL NATURALNESS, ALL REALITY, OF THE WHOLE INNER WORLD AS WELL AS THE OUTER. THEY DEFINED THEMSELVES SHARPLY AGAINST ALL THE CONDITIONS UNDER WHICH PEOPLE LIVE, OUT OF THEMSELVES THEY CREATED A COUNTER CONCEPT OF NATURAL CONDITIONS: THEY TURNED RELIGION, CULT, MORALITY, HISTORY, PSYCHOLOGY, ONE AFTER THE OTHER INTO AN INCURABLE CONTRADICTION TO THEIR NATURAL VALUES. … THE JEWS ARE THE MOST CATASTROPHIC PEOPLE OF WORLD HISTORY – FRIEDERICH NIETSZCHE