Adolph Hitler - Controversial
ADOLF HITLER  Macroknow Library

Mein Kampf

'"In political matters feeling often decides more correctly than reason."1a

" . . . [A]ll effective propaganda must be limited to a very few points and must harp on these in slogans until the last member of the public understands what you want him to understand by your slogan."1b LE BON GHENT CHOMSKY

"In the night of October 13, the English gas attack on the southern front before Ypres burst loose; they used yellow-cross gas, whose effects were still unknown to us as far as personal experience was concerned. In this same night I myself was to become acquainted with it. . . a number of us passed out . . . A few hours later, my eyes had turned into glowing coals . . . the greatest villainy of the century."1c

"As I listened to Gottfried Feder's first lecture about the 'breaking of interest slavery,' I knew at once that this was a theoretical truth which would inevitably be of immense importance for the future of the German people. The sharp separation of stock exchange capital from the national economy offered the possibility of opposing the internationalization of the German economy without at the same time menacing the foundations of an independent national self-maintenance by a struggle against all capital. The development of Germany was much too clear in my eyes for me not to know that the hardest battle would have to be fought, not against hostile nations, but against international capital."1d LUTHER HERZL POUND

"A grave economic symptom of decay was the slow disappearance of the right of private property, and the gradual transference of the entire economy to the ownership of stock companies.
Now for the first time labor had sunk to the level of an object of speculation for unscrupulous Jewish business men . . . The stock exchange began to triumph and prepared slowly but surely to take the life of the nation into its guardianship and control."

" . . . [T]he Jew is not the attacked but the attacker . . ."1f TACITUS HERZL CHOMSKY

" . . . [T]he Jew and his newspapers always lie . . ."1g TACITUS GHENT



For an understanding of the nature and roots of Judeophobia, see Schafer. For an analysis of the "us" vs. "them" complex, see Pagels. For a general investigation of Anti-Semitism, see Sartre. For philosophical utterances on Judaism, see Buber.  For a Jewish human rights perspective, see The Simon Wiesenthal Center. For a comparative analysis of major religions, see Religion.


* Italics in the original.

1 Adolf Hitler. Mein Kampf. Translated by Ralph Manheim. Introduction by Konrad Heiden. Boston, MA: The Houghton Mifflin Company, 1943, 1971. Verlag Frz. Eher Nachf, G.M.B.H., 1925 and 1927.
a V. The World War, at 173.
b VI. War Propaganda, at 180-181.
c VII. The Revolution, at 201-202.
d VIII. The Beginning of My Political Activity, at 213.
e X. Causes of the Collapse, at 235.
f XI. Nation and Race, at 324.
g XII. The First Period of Development of the National Socialist German Workers' Party, at 351.