Friday, 3 March 2017
Jews kept the memories of Adolf Hitler alive
The madness that took over the mass media and the political classes now affects society in more ways than one. Every time somebody uses the words Nazi, Fascist and the like, they are perpetuating the memories of Adolf Hitler and making Adolf Hitler more popular that he was when he was alive.
The memories of Adolf Hitler are so strong that anybody wanting to make a point publishes pictures of today's politicians with Adolf Hitler's celebrated moustache and people walk around making Roman salutes and shouting Sieg Heil. The mortal remains of Adolf Hitler might have never been found but his ideas are very much alive and well thanks to a community sometimes defined as a religion, sometimes defined as a race, sometimes defined as both a religion and a race.
When Anders Behring Breivik stood in a Norwegian courtroom he made a Roman salute. Thomas Mair, the man that killed Labour MP Jo Cox was said to have had a collection of items remembering the Dritte Reich. All this has been possible thanks to Jews that perpetuate Adolf Hitler's memories.
Even organisations like UAF and Hope Not Hate are de-facto helping to maintain the memories of Adolf Hitler. Associating today's politics with words like Nazi, Fascist and the like they are simply helping to maintain a historical continuity.
Political movements across the world that bear no resemblance and have no links whatsoever with the ideologies of the 1930 and 1940 are usually described linking them to Adolf Hitler and Benito Mussolini.