A First Look at the Führer’s Thousand-Year Thinking

[Cross-posted from my comment on an except from a translation of Priest Power by Anton Holzner (nom de plume for SS-Sturmbannführer Albert Hartl), „a former Catholic priest who left the priesthood and the church and became an SS officer“ in Gerhard Lauck’s description.  I am thrilled at the opportunity to broach serious ideas I have been pondering quietly for a long while, too long; not so much that same is occurring in blog comments which will mostly be read by ADL minions. —HS]

Wise and eloquent!  Not that I would expect less from a German SS officer.

Incidentally, it was Adolf Hitler’s teachings which severely moderated my own militant anti-Christianism.  Not to mention, my admiration for Christians such as Degrelle (speaking of SS) and Codreaneu.  This is not to digress; I only wish to make it clear that I am not attacking decent folk.

That being said:

I have long pondered a theory which I call „generational effects“ which, inter alia, provides the core of the Jew’s power to slowly subvert Aryan societies and conquer them from within.  An explanation (or even adequate summary) is off-topic; I must leave it at an example, that the twenty-year-old who eagerly embraces miscegenation to-day was raised by parents who accepted it, who in turn were raised by the grandparents who at most grudgingly tolerated it; whereas a worldview and morality almost universal one hundred years ago has passed beyond living memory, at least for the social mainstream.  Deeper implications are left as an exercise to the reader (until I have a chance to write about it…).

Now at very rough approximation, fifty generations of Europeans were Christianized.  Holzner speaks of a „healing poison“ breaking down the „priest power“; but only the organized power of the overt priesthood is broken by denominationalism.  The cultural Christianization, including attitudes acquired in basic childhood, persists to this day in persons who seek to return to ancient religions, in those who try to invent new Aryan religions, and even (or especially) in atheists.

Examples would fill several chapters in a large volume; just reflect on how many unquestioned assumptions and emotional reflexes you have, and then introspectively examine which ones ultimately descend from cultural Christianization—how many became wired into your brain by the age of three, and are so deeply ingrained as to be difficult to distinguish from genuine instinct (which is innate).  The effects are almost impossible to fully escape, even for intelligent and strong-minded individuals.  Such is the real power of the priests.

In my estimate, a poison ingrained for fifty generations will take up to fifty generations to fully purge.  To do it in even as little as ten generations would require a conscious work of genius.  And of course, as Holzner alluded from the direction of political unity („it will always have to be acknowledged in the history of the German folk“), Christianization will always be a part of European cultural history.  You cannot rewrite the sacred cantatas of J.S. Bach!

For such reasons, I disagree with Holzner’s proposition that
„[the church] has never succeeded in the total inner Christianization of Germans“; the effects are much subtler than most people are capable of identifying, much less resisting.  Or perhaps, I might agree if an extraordinary emphasis is laid on the word „total“; but such a reading reaches beyond logical argumentation to Jewish hair-splitting.

Purging an ancient Jewish poison is not so easy as formally removing priests and popes from power, as no less a giant than Martin Luther discovered the hard way.  See also Dietrich Eckart’s Bolshevism from Moses to Lenin for a brief discussion of what I call the tragedy of Luther.  (I say this contemplating Luther as a moral philosopher and demonstrable man of courage, just as I admire what Thomas Aquinas said about usury; I am not taking sides between Catholics and Protestants, for I am neither.)

Now, upon the foundation of the foregoing:

I think few if any people recognize the full depth of Adolf Hitler’s genius.  He was what I call a thousand-year thinker.  „In the life of folks, millennia often play a tiny role“, says Holzner; but I think it self-evident that millennia were of daily concern for the Führer.  Nothing he did in the National Socialist German state was for the benefit only of those then alive; in many aspects, Hitler-Germany would start to bud for their grandchildren, and come to full blossom for their grandchildren’s grandchildren, and so forth.

People speak of posterity, oft but glibly; the Führer understood what that word really means, and that understanding was the principal source of his greatness.

Some of the less subtle plans are well-known, e.g. a trebled German population within 100 years, augmented in both quantity and quality, bringing Germany to what is to-day called „superpower“ status.  But what did he intend as to German culture and the past Christianization of Germany?

It was a sobering moment when I realized, Adolf Hitler designed a system whereunder, to misappropriate Marxist terms and conflate them with Holzner, the „priest power“ would simply „wither away“.  Moreover, it would do so on a much deeper level than simply removing the overt, formal power of priests (or even removing priests entirely—as the Jew Lenin did with extreme brutality).  Germany was a strongly Christian country, in a sense which has been already forgotten by those who know only postmodern Zionist churches; but imagine the grandchildren of children who were raised in HJ/BDM, taught to identify as Germans first and foremost, inculcated with a love of non-Christian German art and music, and generally impressed with the mentality that their race (i.e. kindred) comes before all things.

National Socialism would have directed Germany to a future whereby the people would undergo total inner de-Christianization—slowly and naturally, generation by generation.  And quite importantly, this could be accomplished without persecuting the private worship of good Germans who were devout in the faith of their fathers and grandfathers.  Such may have been deemed rather important, as e.g. Rudel’s father was a Lutheran minister, and the Führer’s own late beloved mother had been a devout Catholic.  Not to mention that if J.S. Bach were to rise from the grave, he should certainly feel at home in National Socialist Germany.

Unlike most „social engineers“, the Führer cared about his people.  Wherefore he designed a system which would bring about the best for all Germans, without destroying good Germans.  Contrary to a cruel and rather Jewish-sounding aphorism about radical, revolutionary social change, the Führer did not treat the German people as eggs for the making of an omelet.

I have more to say on this subject; but it would be more appropriate for a book than for a blog comment which is too long already.  Thus I will simply close by emphasizing that although „thousand-year thinking“ is natural to me, I would not in ten thousand years have reached the foregoing conclusions without the guiding genius of Adolf Hitler.  I am simply describing what I see in the foundations he laid for such a Heaven on Earth as the Jews could never allow to exist.  Those six short years of peacetime Hitler-Germany were barely a taste of the joyous glory which could and should have eventually grown to heights unimaginable to most people then, let alone people to-day.

Heil Hitler!


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