May 25, 2011
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The question is who would have the balls to tell Hitler he was crazy. I know Hitler had Parkinson's Disease but I think he had Syphilis also. That probably explains why he was so damn crazy.
I didn't really need further proof, but that article is interesting in illustrating how some bizarre notions can gain currency with a broad swathe of people.
He probably killed his dog Blondi before killing himself because he thought Blondi knew too much and would end up writing a book about how evil hitler was
The Nazi party grew out of several occult groups that sprang up in the late 19th century as a reaction to the advanced materialism and technology of the era. These groups spoke of the coming of a new Messiah that would save Germany. Young Adolf Hitler developed the notion that perhaps he was the chosen one to save the German people.
The political parties created in the wake of the country's defeat in World War I combined nationalistic sentiment and occultist practices to forge an image of a superior German people. Hitler's imprisonment after the failed 1923 Munich Beer Hall Putsch would make him a national hero for his defense of a strong German state, convincing him that he was the Messiah who could save Germany.
Hitler appropriated Christian religious symbols such as the Spear of Destiny and the Holy Grail for his own purposes. He adopted the swastika from Hinduism among many other Sanskrit terms and symbols. The symbol of the Swastika represents the Sun, and also the Wheel of Life turning. The original symbol turns clockwise. The Nazi one turns backwards. The four arms of the original Swastika represent the Four Vedas. The swastika is also the symbol for peace and harmony, as in Buddhism, Jainism and Taoism. It decorates most Hindu homes and temples. Adolf Hitler's rise was the product of forces and events connecting him, his associates and the occult. Was Hitler influenced by supernatural ideas or was he just the embodiment of pure hate and evil? Examine the importance of symbols of the occult, religion and astrology to Hitler's concept of world domination.
In the conclusion, after the author Dusty Sklar has pointed out that Hitler's suicide happened at the night of April 30/May 1, which is Walpurgis Night, the narrator continues: "With Hitler gone, it was as if a spell had been broken". Then Joachim von Ribbentrop's infamous statement of his continued subservience to Hitler at the Nuremberg Trials is taken as final evidence of Hitler's "occult power": ("Even with all I know, if in this cell Hitler should come to me and say 'Do this!', I would still do it.").
Hitler could have been stopped at many times, but when good people fail to act, and than allow evil to spread thinking that somehow it won't eventually come to them.
And now a quote from the movie the other guys ~~ enjoy
This would be handy. Instead of BARK! BARK! you'd hear "I can haz schnitzel?"
What does ruff ruff translate to ??? in NAZI ???
dog speak ?