we shall endeavor to accomplish three goals. First, we shall present the entire James Murphy translation of Mein Kampf,
remaining faithful to the page numbering and type styles of that volume even if aesthetics suffers a bit for it. Then we
will also present papers, as an ongoing project, demonstrating that Adolf Hitler was a good Christian man who cared deeply
about his race, and followed the examples of Christ rather than just the lip-service found in modern churches, for better
or for worse. Lastly, we will publish whatever other worthy papers we can possibly obtain in order to set the record straight
in reference to certain historical events, and others which are supposedly historical. It may take some time to attain these
goals for this project, however God willing, we will indeed attain them.
not the holocaust deniers who are a danger to truth and freedom in this world. It is the Christ deniers who are a danger
to truth and freedom!
"What soon gave me cause for very serious consideration
were the activities of the Jews in certain branches of life, into the mystery of which I penetrated little by little. Was
there any shady undertaking, any form of foulness, especially in cultural life, in which at least one Jew did not participate?
On putting the probing knife carefully to that kind of abscess one immediately discovered, like a maggot in a putrescent
body, a little Jew who was often blinded by the sudden light.
In my eyes the charge against Judaism became a grave
one the moment I discovered the Jewish activities in the Press, in art, in literature and the theatre. All unctuous protests
were now more or less futile. One needed only to look at the posters announcing the hideous productions of the cinema and
theatre, and study the names of the authors who were highly lauded there in order to become permanently adamant on Jewish
questions. Here was a pestilence, a moral pestilence, with which the public was being infected. It was worse than the Black
Plague of long ago. And in what mighty doses this poison was manufactured and distributed. Naturally, the lower the moral
and intellectual level of such an author of artistic products the more inexhaustible his fecundity. Sometimes it went so
far that one of these fellows, acting like a sewage pump, would shoot his filth directly in the face of other members of
the human race. In this connection we must remember there is no limit to the number of such people. One ought to realize
that for one, Goethe, Nature may bring into existence ten thousand such despoilers who act as the worst kind of germ-carriers
in poisoning human souls. It was a terrible thought, and yet it could not be avoided, that the greater number of the Jews
seemed specially destined by Nature to play this shameful part.
And is it for this reason that they can be called the
I began then to investigate carefully the names of all the fabricators of these unclean products
in public cultural life. The result of that inquiry was still more disfavourable to the attitude which I had hitherto held
in regard to the Jews. Though my feelings might rebel a thousand time, reason now had to draw its own conclusions.
that nine-tenths of all the smutty literature, artistic tripe and theatrical banalities, had to be charged to the account
of people who formed scarcely one per cent of the nation--that fact could not be gainsaid. It was there, and had to be admitted.
Then I began to examine my favourite 'World Press', with that fact before my mind.
The deeper my soundings went the lesser
grew my respect for that Press which I formerly admired. Its style became still more repellent and I was forced to reject
its ideas as entirely shallow and superficial. To claim that in the presentation of facts and views its attitude was impartial
seemed to me to contain more falsehood than truth. The writers were--Jews.
Thousands of details that I had scarcely
noticed before seemed to me now to deserve attention. I began to grasp and understand things which I had formerly looked
at in a different light."
...Adolf Hitler - MEIN KAMPH (Volume 1 - Chapter2)