Thursday, June 27, 2013

Book by dead Austrian homosexual prostitute & megolmaniacal mass murderer gains popularity in India of all places.

Do Asian readers know about the anti-Semitism in 'Mein Kampf'?
LATER: They would do better to read this one:
The Hidden Hitler is the English-language version of the 2001 book Hitlers Geheimnis. Das Doppelleben eines Diktators (Hitler's Secret: The Double Life of a Dictator) by German-Jewish professor and historian Dr. Lothar Machtan. The original book was published in Germany by Alexander Fest Verlag, while the English-translated version was published by Basic Books in New York City. (ISBN 0-465-04308-9)
The book discusses Adolf Hitler's sexuality. Machtan argues that Hitler was a closeted homosexual. Among the evidence, it cites the allegedly homoerotic nature of his friendship with August Kubizek during Hitler's youth in Vienna.
The question of Hitler's homosexuality is also raised in Walter C. Langer's pioneering work The Mind of Adolf Hitler and in Waite's psychoanalytic history The Psychopathic God: Adolf Hitler. -- Wikipedia.


Anonymous said...

I could see, if properly taught, using Mein Kampf as a history and political book and course study AGAINST semitism, socialism, and charismatic leaders.
The people of N Korea really have no choice in the "gifts" their Dear Leader gives them - that is, if they want to continue living.
As for the people of India admiring strong leaders, maybe a better choice would be Gen Patten?? And General-turned-President Eisenhower?

B Woodman

Anonymous said...

Austrian homo? Prostitute? Really?
Nothing like the left rewriting history.
Anyway, normally I'm interested in your posts. Keep up the good work, ah, most of the time. LOL!

Anonymous said...

Anon#1: Admiring Patton and Eisenhower? What do you have to say about their role in the Bonus Army incident?

Eisenhower's comments on the military-industrial complex were right on, though. Too bad we didn't listen.


SWIFT said...

Given my love for India, perhaps they should read about former U.S. ally, Pol Pot. Pol Pot was a strong leader and someone like him is exactly what India needs.

Anonymous said...

Anon 11:23
Those two may not be the perfect modern day examples (as opposed to Jesus Christ), but they're a damned sight better then Unkle Adolf.

B Woodman

Roger J said...

I think the truth is, that like Stalin, Hitler was so fixated on power he had little time nor use for sex. As for human feelings in such men, Stalin said it best: "One death is a tragedy. A million is a statistic."

Slobyskysa Rotchikokov said...

RE Hitler - it is knowns that historically, many dictators have also been perverts who enjoyed using either sex to fulfill their satanic lusts, And how many think that the current despot-in-chief keeps wookie Moochelle as window dressing while his proclivities run toward the Reggie Love and Rahm Emanuel genre?

PS @@@ SWIFT -
I also love India, but have you actually studied the murderous and insane acts of the man? Granted, you may be intending sarcasm, but I pray you are not serious. If anything, Pot was more cruel and barbaric than Adolph, by far.