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  32. ulysses freire da paz jr · December 19, 2021

    Only the truth can heal and save us.

    Capitalist democracy is as genocidal as its guardian angel Communism. HUNGER, Oppression, underemployment and the misery inherent in them, abortions and plunder wars are on the agenda of these two disastrous ideologies

    These magnanimous words distinguish good from evil”: “By their fruits you will know them. ”Matthew 07:16 (http://www.chuckmaultsby.net/id61.html)

    The US, in the 30s, was at the center of the economic depression (http://www.americanyawp.com/text/23-the-great-depression/) and, paradoxically, Germany was very prosperous – honestly (https://www.osentinela.org/conquistas-sociais-e-altas-financas-no-nacional-socialismo)

    How the Nazi state overcame the economic crisis ( http://www.zundelsite.org/archive/news_english/0102_barnes.html)

    With a whole package of measures, the Hitler government overcame the mental and economic depression

    By Roland Wuttke

    The debate about “Hartz IV” opens up the view of a unique economic, social and cultural decline as a result of globalization.

    With globalization – the complete orientation according to the laws of world trade – the states lose their function as an organizational form of their peoples.

    “Weimar” conditions, characterized by mass unemployment and depression, are just around the corner. It is therefore appropriate to understand the measures taken by the Nazi leadership to bring about Germany’s economic and mental upswing after taking over the government on 30 January 1933.

    Sebastian Haffner stated: “In January 1933, when Hitler became Reich Chancellor, there were six million unemployed in Germany. Three short years later, in 1936, full employment prevailed. Screaming hardship and mass misery had generally become a modest and comfortable prosperity.

    Almost as important: helplessness and hopelessness were replaced by confidence and self-confidence.

    And even more wonderfully, the transition from depression to economic boom had been achieved without inflation, with completely stable wages and prices. Not even Ludwig Erhard succeeded in this later. One cannot imagine the grateful astonishment with which the Germans reacted to this miracle and which caused the German working class in particular to switch from the SPD and KPD to Hitler in bright droves after 1933.”

    To Haffner’s findings in his book “Notes on Hitler” the statement of another opponent of the Nazi state should be added:

    “One may say today about what one wants: Germany was a flourishing, happy country in 1936. On his face lay the radiance of a woman in love. And the Germans were in love -in love with Hitler. (…) And they had every reason to be grateful.

    Hitler had defeated unemployment and brought it a new economic flowering. He had given the Germans a new awareness of their national power and their national task,” wrote Sefton Delmer, British chief propagandist during World War II, in his book “The Germans and I.”

    The FRG, the regime of the antipodes, has established the Nazi state as a monstrous popanz. This populism is both a strength and a weakness of the FRG. She lives from and with him. It lives from the reconstruction work of the Nazi generation and perishes due to the destructiveness of its counter-proposal.

    Their error is the equation of National Socialism with Auschwitz.

    A differentiated view of National Socialist policy is virtually impossible in the FRG and is at best reserved for foreigners or scientists in elitist seclusion.

    Jörg Haider’s reference at the time to the “proper employment policy” of the Third Reich led to a veritable demonization campaign against the FPÖ politician. Without mentioning Auschwitz, Nazi policy must not be publicly attributed a single positive attribute.

    This is not because the occupation construct of the FRG cannot stand a differentiated examination of Nazi ideology. The comparison with those creative forces that brought about a unique upswing in the years after 1933 clearly highlights the inability of today’s political class to take the measures necessary to secure the future of the German people.

    How did the National Socialist government manage the rapid upswing? What ultimately characterizes the success of the National Socialist idea?

    Departure through reflection on one’s own forces

    In the beginning there was the will to reflect on one’s own strengths and strengths, on the achievements of 2,000 years of German history. Opposing forces had to be eliminated and everything had to be geared to the great task of the recovery of the German people. To this end, the völkisch community consciousness was invoked, which opened up those sources of effective socialism without which the enormous tasks would not have been possible.

    The idea of the national community, which unites workers, employees, peasants and entrepreneurs, was alien to communism, which as the seal keeper of “genuine” socialism remained in the lowlands of the class struggle and could never achieve the social successes of National Socialism. This still justifies the Hatred of the Reds for the Nazi state, which they like to denounce as a reactionary capitalist system.

    Just a few days after Hitler took over the government on 30 January 1933, an “Ordinance for the Protection of the German People” was issued with the announcement of elections on 5 March. The most urgent task was the rescue of the German peasant and the German worker, the preservation of German life rights and the regaining of German freedom.

    On February 14, an ordinance on agricultural enforcement protection followed, which saved thousands of farms from ruin by auction. With the “Reichserbhofgesetz” in 1935, the priority of peasant succession and thus the rootedness of peasantry was established. As a result, the land as an essential production factor was taken out of the free play of land speculation and traced back to its actual task as a food production facility. By 1937, with 700,000 hereditary farms, 45 percent of the agricultural land was already bound by the Reichserbhof Act and thus deprived of destruction and indebtedness. At the same time, the Reich Nutrition Act removed food from the speculative game of the stock exchange.

    After the NSDAP and the Reichsbund achieved a narrow majority of 52 percent in the Reichstag elections of 5 March, on 23 March 1933 the “Law for remedying the plight of the people and the Reich” was passed with 441 votes to 94, which later went down in history as the “Enabling Act”. In the weeks and months that followed, a whole series of targeted ordinances and symbolic actions brought about a rapid mental upswing:

    On April 7, the “Law for the Restoration of the Professional Civil Service” was

    May 1 was declared “National Labor Day” and introduced as a non-working holiday. Hitler presented his economic program. In his speech at Tempelhofer Feld in Berlin, he said: “We want to recognize work wherever it is done in the good sense for the being and life of our people. (…) We want the German people to be re-educated by compulsory labour service and to come to the realization that manual work does not harm, that manual work, just like any other activity, is a credit to those who faithfully fulfill it.” Thus, a very deliberate appreciation of even the simplest activities was made.

    On 2 May, the German Labour Front, an association of factory cells and trade union groups,was founded.

    On 3 May, the Nazi Volkswohlfahrt and the Reichsstände für Handwerk und Handel were founded.

    The “Law for the Reduction of Unemployment” of 1 June initiated the construction of the Reichsautobahnen with a job creation programme comprising one billion Reichsmarks.

    On 17 June, the German delegation under Dr. Robert Ley left the international labour conference in Genoa “because further participation is not compatible with the changed conception of German honour”.

    On 26 June, the “Academy for German Law” initiated the “Purification of German Law from the Foreign Being”.

    In the months of June and July, the parties gradually dissolved themselves or were dissolved.

    On September 13, the foundation of the Winter Relief Organization was announced.

    On October 14, the Reich Government decided to leave the Conference on Disarmament and withdraw from the League of Nations, recognizing that Germany should not be granted equal arms. The people should decide on it in a vote.

    On November 12, 40.6 million Germans voted to leave the League of Nations, 2.1 million against. In the simultaneous Reichstag election, the NSDAP (after the dissolution of the competing parties) received 92 percent of the votes.

    On November 27, the leisure organization “Kraft durch Freude” (KdF) was founded.

    By 30 November, unemployment had already fallen by more than two million to 3.8 million.

    Trend-setting social policy

    On January 20, 1934, the “Law on the Order of National Work” was promulgated. It regulated labour law (notice periods, duties of care) in an exemplary manner at that time and created a social justice of honour.

    On April 1, 1934, a Reich Commissioner for Settlements embarked on a generous job creation program for settlement construction and population policy as part of the Four-Year Plan. In the outskirts of the cities, settlements with small houses and plots of land arose, which were especially reserved for working-class families. Newlywed couples with children received generous ten-year loans to purchase home ownership. At the birth of a child, a quarter of the loan was repaid, so for four children the repayment was waived. By 1937, 1.45 million apartments had been built.

    On the grounds that “it is the principle of National Socialism to settle the population in one’s own home and in the great outdoors”, the kilometre allowance was introduced in 1934, which is part of the reform debate under today’s FRG government. The monthly rent for a worker could not exceed 26 Reichsmark (one eighth of the average monthly wage) as required by law.

    Employees with higher salaries paid a maximum of 45 Reichsmarks in rent per month. A statutory protection against dismissal, tenants and seizures was introduced. The traditionally financially weak peasantry was particularly supported with the construction of 91,000 farmhouses (until 1936).

    Am 15. April 1934 wurde der Reichsarbeitsdienst gegründet, der jungen Menschen, gleich welcher sozialen Herkunft, Land- und Handwerksarbeit vermittelte.

    Am 24. Oktober schloß eine Verordnung über die Deutsche Arbeitsfront die Angehörigen der früheren Gewerkschaften, Angestellten- und Unternehmerverbände zu einer Volks- und Leistungsgemeinschaft zusammen: “In ihr findet die Überwindung des Klassenkampfes ihren förmlichen Ausdruck.”

    Am 26. November 1936 verordnete der Beauftragte für den Vierjahresplan, Hermann Göring, das Verbot von Preiserhöhungen für alle Bedürfnisse des täglichen Lebens und für landwirtschaftliche, gewerbliche und industrielle Erzeugnisse.

    Keine staatliche Verwaltungsapparatur

    In contrast to the Soviet Union and also to the USA, it was deliberately refrained from achieving food security through a state administrative apparatus. According to the National Socialist view, “it should not be the task of the state to replace the energy and initiative of millions of self-acting forces with the administration of the state and, for .B, to reduce millions of peasants through an administrative apparatus to recipients of orders without their own determination and energy.”

    The undesirable developments of the liberal capitalist system were also evident at this time. As early as 1933, maize was burned in Argentina and the agricultural production area in the USA was forcibly reduced. As later in the EU, 560,000 wagons of grain and five million quintals of meat were destroyed in order to keep prices stable in the liberal capitalist manner. Bread prices rose by 14 percent in Switzerland in 1933-37, by 17 percent in the United States, by 27 percent in England, by 31 percent in France and by 32 percent in Denmark. The price of butter rose by 24 percent in Denmark, by 30 percent in France and by 53 percent in the United States. In Germany, on the other hand, prices for butter and bread remained absolutely stable.

    Under Nazi rule, the number of vacation days doubled, and the modern cruise ships of the KdF action (“Cap Arkona”, “Wilhelm Gustloff”, “Robert Ley”) were not allowed to dock in English ports on the instructions of the British, because English workers were not supposed to see what vacation German workers could afford. Popular destinations were therefore Madeira and the Spanish islands and port cities.

    Wilhelm Gustloff, built at Blohm & Voss shipyards, Hamburg, by Kraft durch Freude (KdF – Strength for Joy), (https://fliegende-wahrheit.com/2021/07/18/woran-erkennt-man-dass-corona-mit-der-absetzbewegung-zu-tun-hat-teil-10-cyber-polygon-attila-hildman-corona-ausschuss/#comment-5225) a civil organization that promoted cultural and recreational activities, including concerts and other festivities for German workers of all classes, the transatlantic ship German sunk by the Soviets on January 30, 1945, at the end of World War II, with more than 10,500 people on board.

    The sinking is considered the largest civil wreck in the world despite being almost totally unknown due to low media coverage. Crowded with refugees trying to escape from East Prussia, in this period Germany had put into practice “Operation Hannibal”, with the aim of removing the civilian population from this area due to the danger of the Soviet advance. The ship is named after the leader of the Swiss NSDAP, who was murdered by a Jew in 1938. SOURCE: https://en.metapedia.org/wiki/Wilhelm_Gustloff_(ship)

    Even in the war year of 1940, the surcharges for night work, Sundays and public holidays became tax-free, and since 1941 German pensioners were automatically covered by health insurance. Even under the impression of increased war costs, the levying of a wine tax was waived because it would “indirectly also affect the winegrowers, whose economic situation is generally not favourable”.

    The economic successes were also achieved through the extraordinary achievements of German scientists and engineers. Here, for example.B. it was possible to produce the artificial rubber from the domestic coal by chemical polymerization, which was produced in the BUNA plants near Merseburg and was more wear-resistant than natural rubber.

    The barter trade of the German Reich with countries with weak foreign exchange and the renunciation of the capitalist gold currency and interest rate system was also trend-setting for many poor countries of the world. Bilateral trade agreements on a clearing basis (machines against raw materials) were concluded with 26 countries in South-Eastern Europe and South America, from which the major international banks could not benefit.

    Upswing not a consequence of upgrading

    The economic upswing was by no means achieved by irresponsible debt-making or by an expansion of armaments, as is often assumed today.

    In July 1934, Reichsbank President Hjalmar Schacht introduced the “Mefo-Wechsel” (Mefo = Metallurgical Research Society m.b.H.). From 1934 to 1939, Mefo bills of exchange amounting to 12 billion Reichsmarks were issued. This made it possible to create enormous money to stimulate the economy, which would have led to inflation under normal conditions. For this reason, on 26 November 1936, the general price freeze was also decided to stop wages.

    Hjalmar Horace Greeley Schacht (1877 – 1970), German economist who served as chairman of the German central bank in both Weimar Republic and National Socialist Germany (before 1939). He was also Minister of Economy between 1934 and 1937.

    He participated in the “German Resistance” in 1934.

    After attempting to kill Hitler on July 20, 1944, he was arrested and sent to different concentration camps. A Mason in disguise, he obtained loans from the Jewish bankers Montagu, Mendelssohn, Wassermann and Warburg. He was also connected to the US bank Morgan Morgan. Hitler knew that it was untrustworthy to the Party’s interests or Germany’s economic ones, but initially he had to play the “game” before overthrowing the transnational oligarchies. Once Hitler assumes power, he forbids Schacht to continue. He told her that he didn’t want Germany to live on loan; “The loans tied up the country, they cut off its sovereignty.”

    He was one of the defendants at the International Military Tribunal, but was acquitted. However, he was arrested again and sentenced by a “de-Nazification” court to eight years in a labor camp and was released in 1948.

    The legitimate efforts of the Nazi leadership to give the German Reich an adequate defense army are today often denounced as “war armament.” Expenditure on the Wehrmacht and armaments amounted to four percent of national income in 1933/34 and 1934/35 with 1.9 billion Reichsmarks each and only rose to around eight billion Reichsmarks (11 percent) in 1937/38. In 1939, the armed forces of the French and English were about six times stronger than the German Wehrmacht. In September 1939, the Polish army with 1.7 million men was opposed by 75 German divisions with 1.1 million men.

    The Nazi leadership enjoyed a high level of trust among the population. In his book “Deutsche Normalbürger 1933-1945” (published by Herbig in 2001), the Frankfurt social psychologist Fritz Süllwald evaluated statements of the experience generation. The impression of being subjected to a reign of terror generally did not prevail. Most citizens felt sufficiently protected by the executive branch in the Nazi state (“The police – your friend and helper”). After taking over the government, Hitler even had the rubber baton abolished by the police, because after the many humiliations in the Weimar system period, no German was allowed to be beaten anymore. The fact that one could walk safely and safely through the streets even at night was highly credited to the government. The idea of the national community was largely a guideline, “common good takes precedence over self-interest” not an empty word, but a practiced principle. The social interaction was characterized by consideration and respect. The youth cult of the National Socialists was not accompanied by a contempt for the elderly.

    Ecological and social demands

    The Nazi ideology expressed an idealistic worldview that broke out in a multitude of regulations and measures. People and family were considered a natural principle, and there could be no action against the laws of nature. (https://fliegende-wahrheit.com/2017/10/24/adolf-hitler-ein-gewinn-fuer-die-ganze-menschheit/)

    National Socialism possessed ecological thinking, as it was “convinced of the divine order of the whole plant and animal world” (Heinrich Himmler). Under Nazi rule, new animal welfare and nature conservation laws were passed, which were largely adopted by the FRG and were considered exemplary for a long time. The nature orientation of the National Socialists is to be exemplified by two statements by Prof. Alwin Seifert, the Reichslandschaftswart of the Reichsautobahnbau, from the book “Im Zeitalter des Lebendigen” (1943).

    On the barrenness of the soil, he remarked: “We know that we were not born into this harsh land by chance, but as a necessity, as a destiny. But there is no other way to solve fate than by affirming it. We affirm the land as it was created and want to preserve it exactly as it was. This means nothing else than that in this space man and plant belong together, that salvation and calamity are decided in him and nothing foreign is necessary to complement him.”

    On the preservation of the forest, Seifert wrote: “In the new forestry, the measurable and countable is recognized as a mere aid, as something incidental, as a modest part of the whole; here it is recognized and proven that all natural events are based on eternal inexorable laws, that nothing can be done against this will and arbitrariness, and that success in the long run only has him who knows how to fit into them.”

    The extent to which the political-social primacy had an effect even in the smallest areas of the economy is shown by the example of a letter dated 24 January 1940 from the head of the economic organisation of the NSDAP district leadership IV of the Vienna district administration to the district administration (municipal administration). There, the head of the organization asked for the quickest information as to whether Dr. Erich Mewald, nominated as managing director of wiener Knäckebrotwerke, is not at the same time authorized signatory of Ankerbrotwerke, and continues: “If this were true, the appointment of the aforementioned as managing director of the Knäckebrotwerke would be rejected on our part on the grounds that it is not acceptable for a comrade of the people to receive a second income in addition to an already high income.”

    Family as a primordial unit worthy of protection

    The family was regarded as a natural unit worthy of protection. In contrast to communist ideology, which propagated mass collective education in social institutions, the specific role of women as mothers and educators was enhanced. The family received the material and psychological support of the state for raising children. Thus, the Nazi system was far ahead of its time.

    As recent findings show, embedding the toddler in an intact family environment is crucial for human development. The destruction of families in the Bolshevik and capitalist states clearly showed and shows their tragic consequences in behavioral disorders and social disorientation of young people.

    The idea of the Volksgemeinschaft played a central role in the Nazi state and was able to build on both Germanic sources and the Prussian state ethos. German idealism as a counter-model to capitalist-Bolshevik materialism also created a sense of mission that also radiated to other peoples. As early as 1919, Oswald Spengler described this approach in “Prussia and Socialism”: “We now know what is at stake: not the German fate alone, but the fate of the entire civilization. It is the crucial question not only for Germany, but for the world, and it must be solved in Germany for the world: should trade govern the state or the state trade in the future?”

    Why Germanic Values Will Save theWorld

    This basic question, which Hitler later dressed in the formula: “the economy has to be there for the people and not the people for the economy”, seems to be answered today in favor of trade. Thus, under the slogan “globalization”, we experience the merciless orientation of all areas of life towards trade, and the state is still paving the way for this activity.

    This is where the main difference lies. National Socialism put an end to the corrosive class struggle and left the stamp of its idealistic worldview on the economic system.

    A social and völkisch spirit determined the practical politics. Because the community consciousness was pronounced, one could – unlike today – refrain from artificially establishing an order with a multitude of laws and regulations. It was deliberately avoided to touch the ownership structure because property was recognized as a prerequisite for economic driving force. Of course, key industries and public institutions (post, railway, highway) have been subjected to state control in order to prevent private interests from taking over them.

    The primacy of politics over the economy was established.

    FRG Primacy of the Economic

    In the capitalist state of the FRG, on the other hand, the primacy of the economy applies, with all the depressing consequences for the common good. The privatization of public institutions, which are subsequently operated as profit-oriented “profit centers” at the expense of the general public, characterizes the capitalist economic system.

    Motorways are now to be privatised in order to collect the users, who are actually the community owners, through “road tolls”.

    The Nazi state would never have allowed the rule of private special interests.
    The capitalist state, on the other hand, allows the post office, railway, transport companies, waterworks, even hospitals to pass into foreign hands, which, apart from an expectation of returns, have nothing in common with these objects.

    Utility companies organize themselves as multinational monopolies and dictate their terms to customers. Politicians react with helpless appeals, which cannot be meant seriously, as at the same time those ministers are allowed to move to lucrative board positions, where they have their stooge services gilded for the anti-social sell-out. Nothing characterizes today’s penetration of the state with greed for profit and private egoisms better than these processes.

    According to a statement by the “conservative” Edmund Stoiber, the FRG is defined “not by a national sense of belonging, but by the trust of the citizens in the welfare state”. In the capitalist system, the relationship between citizen and state is characterized by materialistic expectations. This is where the dilemma of this system becomes apparent. When the natural energy resources are plundered, the people and the family are smashed, trust has disappeared, people are brought into line and impoverished, and the profit is only enough for a few, then there are no more binding forces. Then we get an anarchy that will be much more monstrous compared to the French Revolution of 1789. Everyone then gets what they can get.

    On the other hand, the idea of the national community has unleashed constructive forces. If the National Community in the Nazi state had not been a reality, the unique achievements of the sons of workers and peasants as soldiers of the German Wehrmacht would have been impossible. Here a word of Schopenhauer has come true: “Whoever gives his life for the fatherland is freed from the deception that limits his existence to his own person.” The binding forces recognized here make up the most valuable qualities of human existence. Without them, there is no future – for any people in the world.

    The capitalist regime has no spiritual binding powers apart from the spirit of the shopkeepers’ souls. Therefore, it will break before it has completed its work of destruction. (https://nationalvanguard.org/2019/11/we-fought-on-the-wrong-side/#comment-27638)

    If one of them is clearly globalist, internationalist and communist, the other obviously can only be National Socialist

    This also puts an end to the mental quarantine that is so oppressive in the FRG. Only after the delegitimization of the system will an open discussion be possible about solutions that must inevitably include the approach of national socialism. (https://www.unz.com/gdurocher/prominent-afro-french-comedian-calls-for-rehabilitation-of-adolf-hitler/#comment-4818945)

    Source: https://web.archive.org/web/20120211124027/http://www.read-all-about-it.org/archive/wirtschaft/wie_der_ns-staat_ds1204.html

    I put you at the center of the world, you are its master – you can decline into the animal or rise to the divine. It all depends on your will

    To stop this overwhelming stream of lies, maximum energy is required; only the combined efforts of all patriots to spread the truth will be able to protect them from the parasitic plant that causes the death of the tribe with which it becomes entangled.


    The One Who Comes Bac When justice is crushed, when evil rules supreme, then I come. For the protection of the good, for the destruction of the evil-doers, for the sake of firmly establishing righteousness, I am born in age after age. Bhagavad-Gita 4.7-8

    Source: (https://nationalvanguard.org/2015/08/the-last-man-against-time/)

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  33. ulysses freire da paz jr · December 19, 2021

    The truth wins but it can only win if it is told (https://fliegende-wahrheit.com/2017/10/24/adolf-hitler-ein-gewinn-fuer-die-ganze-menschheit/)

    “The German eagle is the phoenix that consumed itself in flames, and is destined by God to rise from the ashes to surpass its former glory and transform the Earth.”
    Source: (https://nationalvanguard.org/2018/08/who-is-hitler/)

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