I am currently reading an excellent book by James and Suzanne Pool (brother and sister) entitled, Who Financed Hilter, the Secret Funding of Hitler's Rise to Power 1919-1933.
This book sparked some interest in me to look a little more into the situation and to attempt to find the truth.
When Hitler began his political career the situation in Germany was unimaginable. The German mark was trading against the US Dollar at over a trillion to one. The population of Germany was starving to death, unemployment was universal and Communists were seizing key cities and provinces.
Adolf Hitler took as a mission in life to destroy Communism. The strong Jewish support of Communism was one of the primary reasons for Hitler's issues with Jews. The Bolshevik revolution was led and financed by wealthy Jews, this is a historical fact. Karl Marx was Jewish, Trotsky, Stalin, and Lenin were Jews:
As I began to read this book, I was a bit surprised that it seemed to be a reasonably unbiased report of the facts. There were many facts in this book that I was not aware of that sparked my interest to do a little more research.
Henry Ford was a very strong supporter of Adolf Hitler and the Nazi Party as was Charles Lindbergh, both very famous and intelligent Americans.
Here are a few quotes from this book that gave me pause to think:
"In 1923, when the Nazi Party was in need of a new and larger headquarters, Richard Frank tried to help Hitler raise the money. Together they went to see Dr. Kuhlo. If Frank was willing to pledge a certain sum of money as initial security for the venture, Dr. Kuhlo said he would try to form a syndicate with a few other public minded businessmen to buy the Hotel Eden located near the station. The owners were demanding Swiss francs in payment, but within a surprisingly short time they financial arrangements were made and Hitler was invited to a meeting of the syndicate in the plush boardroom of a prominent Munich firm. As the chairman of the syndicate, Dr. Kuhlo stood up and said he was pleased to announce that the hotel would be put at the Party's disposal for a modest fee. He then went on to suggest casually that the Party might suppress its program's article against Freemasonry. "I got up and said goodbye to these kindly philanthropists," Hitler recalled. "I'd fallen unaware into a nest of Freemasons!...It's by means of these continual blackmailings that they succeed in acquiring the subterranean power that acts in all sectors."
This next quote is quite amazing, King Edward VIII, King of England and Duke of Windsor was forced to abdicate his throne, due to his support of Hitler.
From the same above mentioned book:
"Legend has it that Edward was compelled to abdicate due to his refusal to give up "the woman he loved", (this is absurd, they claim he had to abdicate the throne because he wanted to marry a divorced woman and that was against the Church - hello! Henry VIII?) However, this issue was used as a facade to conceal the more critical objection which the government had with the King - namely, his pro-Nazi attitudes. Evidence is found in both English and German sources. A memorandum from Ribbentrop to Hitler dated January 2, 1938, stated the following: "National Socialism, however, is thought capable of anything. Baldwin already apprehended this and Edward VIII had to abdicate, since it was not certain whether, because of his views, he would cooperate in an anti-German policy" (remember WWII did not start until September of 1939 - yet already in the beginning of 1938, England was bent on an anti-German policy to the point of forcing their King to abdicate the throne!)
Hermann Goring was certain that Edward VIII had lost his throne because he wanted an Anglo-German agreement and did not share his government's disdain for the Nazis. The so-called unsuitable selection of Mrs. Simpson for his wife was only a pretext to get rid of him, according to Goring. Hitler thought the "real reason for the destruction of the Duke of Windsor was his speech at the old veteran's rally in Berlin, at which he declared that it would be the task of his life to effect a reconciliation between Britain and Germany." Anthony Eden, the Foreign Secretary, was reported to have said that if King Edward continued to speak independently on foreign affairs, there were "ways and means of compelling him to abdicate" Hugh Dalton, a Labor M.P. mentioned "the widespread rumors that he (The King) was unduly sympathetic to the German Nazis, and a general feeling, that, for a constitutional monarch, he was inclined to hold and express some dangerous personal views." The Duke affirmed the suspicions that he looked with admiration upon the Nazis when he spoke at a meeting in Leipzig, Germany, in the fall of 1937. The former king told his audiences: "I have traveled the world and my upbringing has made me familiar with the great achievements of mankind, but that which I have seen in Germany, I have hitherto believed to be impossible. It cannot be grasped, and is a miracle; one can only begin to understand it when one realizes that behind it all is one man and one will, Adolf Hitler."
There are many interesting facts in this book that I have never heard before and would recommend this book to anyone interested in the history of WWII. Just to clarify, this book is by no means a pro-Nazi book.
In the last few months I have been looking into things regarding the Nazi's and specifically Adolf Hitler and what I found is amazing. Here are a few issues that you can consider:
On the issue of abortion - we find that virtually every "pro-life" group claims that the Nazis and Hitler were pro-abortion or allude to the so-called "holocaust" in their literature.
But, we find this from the pro-abortion side:
"Hitler himself, and the Nazi doctrine he created, were unequivocally opposed to any individual right to abortion." Gloria Steinem (Ms., Oct. 1980)From history we know this:
In 1936 Nazi leader Heinrich Himmler created a Reich Central Office for the Combating of Homosexuality and Abortion: Special Office (II S), a subdepartment of Executive Department II of the Gestapo.
In Nazi Germany, abortion was strictly prohibited. Abortion was declared an act against the state; the death penalty was introduced in 1943. Under the previous regime, the Weimar Republic, birth control information had been widely disseminated. In 1933, birth control centres were closed and the advertising of contraceptives stopped. Women were encouraged not to work and financial incentives were introduced to encourage childbearing.
Hitler linked abortion and homosexuality as both being horrible evils:
Soon after taking office on January 30, 1933, Hitler banned all homosexual and lesbian organizations. Brownshirted storm troopers raided the institutions and gathering places of homosexuals. The perverted homosexual subculture had flourished in the relative freedom of the 1920s, in the pubs and cafes of Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Bremen, and other cities.
Yet we continually find "christian" and "pro-life" groups accusing the Nazi's of being pro-choice and anti-christian.
It seems that Hitler is held up as the "bad guy" no matter which side of an issue one takes. Here is another example regarding Labor Unions.
On one hand you have the liberals accusing an anti-union communists like Scott Walker in Wisconsin of acting like Hitler when he ended collective bargaining.
But what is the reality?
When Hitler came to power, he moved to correct this hyperinflation while keeping his national socialist views front and center. In 1933, the Nazis disbanded the Weimar unions and replaced them with the new and improved union, the German Labor Front (Deutsche Arbeitsfront, DAF), which was comprised of 2 primary entities, the National Socialist Factory Organization and the National Socialist Trade and Industry Organization. The labor contracts that were Weimar contracts were now DAF-honored contracts. The Nazi’s funded the DAF’s coffers with the Weimar unions’ stockpile of wealth (the existing unions were part of that inflation problem). One of the new unions’ most popular programs was the Strength through Joy (Kraft durch Freude, KdF)) program, which developed the KdF-wagen, that later became the Volkswagen, or People’s Car...
Hitler gave the unions their long-awaited demand, one that the Weimar unions were never able to pull off, a National Labor Day, May 1, 1933. source
How about Hitler's own words:
“Bless now our fight for our freedom; the fight we wage for our German people and Fatherland.” – Adolf Hitler, May 1, 1933"I think that I have already answered the first question adequately. In the present state of affairs I am convinced that we cannot possibly dispense with the trades unions. On the contrary, they are among the most important institutions in the economic life of the nation. Not only are they important in the sphere of social policy but also, and even more so, in the national political sphere. For when the great masses of a nation see their vital needs satisfied through a just trade unionist movement the stamina of the whole nation in its struggle for existence will be enormously reinforced thereby.
Before everything else, the trades unions are necessary as building stones for the future economic parliament, which will be made up of chambers representing the various professions and occupations." Adolf Hitler, Mein Kampf
The more I learn, the more I think we have been deceived.
Adolf Hitler performed an economic miracle in Germany, as King Edward VIII observed as well as many unbiased economists.
Hitler based Germany's currency on labor rather than gold or a "federal reserve bank". It is very difficult to find detailed information on how Hitler was able to do what he did economically. I am beginning to believe that this information is being withheld and this is why war was waged against him and still is to this day.
I believe he created an economic system that freed the people from powerful bankers and middleman that have been robbing us blind. Hitler ended market speculation, of which is the cause of the high prices of food and gasoline today.
I am beginning to believe that Hitler was not the monster I was taught about in school, actually, he may have been the opposite!