Saturday, November 18, 2017

National Socialism: Not Just For Germany

National Socialism Was and is NOT Just For Germany

All quotes are from Adolf Hitler's Mein Kampf - HM edition, RM translation:

"The National Socialist movement has the mightiest task to fulfill... It must make certain that in our country, at least, the mortal enemy is recognized and that the fight against him becomes a gleaming symbol of brighter days, to show other nations the way to the salvation of an embattled Aryan humanity."

- Volume 2, chapter 13, page 640

"We must not allow the greater racial community to be torn asunder by the differences of the individual peoples. The struggle that rages today is for very great aims. A culture combining millenniums and embracing Hellenism and Germanism is fighting for its existence."

- Volume 2, chapter 2, page 423

"The right of personal freedom recedes before the duty to preserve the race."

- Volume 1, chapter 10, page 255

"What we must fight for is to safeguard the existence and reproduction of our race and our people, the sustenance of our children, and the purity of our blood, the freedom and independence of the fatherland, so that our people may mature for the fulfillment of the mission allotted it by the creator of the universe."

- Volume 1, chapter 8, page 214

"As National-Socialists, we see our program in our flag. In the red we see the social idea of the Movement, in the white the nationalistic idea, in the Swastika the mission of the struggle for the victory of Aryan Man, and by the same token, the victory of the idea of creative work, which as such always has been and always will be anti-Semitic."

- Volume 2, chapter 7, page 496-497

"...only the man who combats this mortal enemy of our nation and of all Aryan humanity and culture most effectively may expect to see the slanders of this race and the struggle of this people directed against him."

- Volume 1, chapter 12, page 352

"...the highest aim of human existence is not the preservation of a state, let alone a government, but the preservation of the species."

- Volume 1, chapter 3, page 96

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