August 15, 2023
Hitlers, I get Hitlers.
Lotsa hubbub following last week’s column about the far-right’s Hitler fetish. Nick Fuentes stopped pleasuring himself to videos of Ali Alexander curb-crawling a Boy Scout fun-run just long enough to wail on Telegram about how mean ol’ Cole THE JEW defamed the Führer.
Another target of my column, Elijah Schaffer (the boob-grabbing pseudo-journalist who works for the semi-sentient turnip known as Jim Hoft at Gateway Pundit), responded by polling his 632,000 Twitter followers about whether they’d prefer living in Nazi Germany.
And of course 61 percent said, “Yep!”
Most of the reader DMs I received took the position that Hitler fanship is the best guarantee that someone isn’t a “cuck.” The missive writers acknowledged that “normies” may not yet be ready for the ultimate red pill, but that’s their problem; they need to come around or get out of the way as the syphilitic remnants of the “alt-right” ride Hitler to the White House in 2024!
In response, I’d like to make two points:
Point 1: You don’t know dick about Dolf
Millennials don’t read books; they read memes. Millennials and meme-reading is comparable to pamphlets and tracts and the European peasantry in the 1800s and early 1900s. Serfs who didn’t read books and saw no value in owning them could always appreciate a one-page, brightly colored, simply worded leaflet, and agitators—especially communists—made good use of that.
I’ve never met a millennial Holocaust denier who’s actually read a Holocaust book. Not even a revisionist book like Hitler’s War. They only read memes, even though, unlike European peasants in 1910, they carry every fucking book in the world in their hands.
As a result of this aversion to informational sources that don’t include laugh/cry emojis, these young dipsticks have convinced themselves that Hitler was a “champion of whites.” Which is a complete invention, one that Hitler himself would’ve angrily dismissed. Hitler was obsessed with ranking Europeans on a scale from “worth saving” to “unsalvageable trash.” He saw himself as a champion of Germans, and only Germans. Not “whites.”
He despised Slavs and reveled in their extermination.
“The Slavs are a mass of born slaves, who feel the need of a master. As far as we are concerned, we may think that the Bolsheviks did us a great service. They began by distributing the land to the peasants, and we know what a frightful famine resulted.” —Hitler’s Table Talk, Sept. 17, 1941
Even the Slavs he could bear he still loathed:
“Of all the Slavs, the Czech is the most dangerous, because he’s a worker. He has a sense of discipline, he’s orderly, he’s more a Mongol than a Slav. Beneath the top layer of a certain loyalty, he knows how to hide his plans. Now they’ll work, for they know we’re pitiless and brutal. I don’t despise them, I have no resentment against them. It’s destiny that wishes us to be adversaries. To put it briefly, the Czechs are a foreign body in the midst of the German community. There’s no room both for them and for us. One of us must give way. As regards the Pole, it’s lucky for us that he’s idle, stupid and vain.” —Table Talk, Jan. 23, 1942
MAGAs champion the Poles as anti-woke heroes, but Hitler’s plan for the Poles was that they should be phased out as a people via hard labor and sterilization.
“Within a somewhat longer period, it should also be possible to make the ethnic concepts of Ukrainians, Gorals and Lemcos disappear in our area. What has been said for those fragments of peoples is also meant on a correspondingly larger scale for the Poles.”—Treatment of Alien Races in the East (a May 1940 plan drawn up by Himmler and approved by Hitler)
Even Hitler’s non-German allies were subjected to his “sick burns.”
“The Hungarian is as lazy as the Russian.” —Table Talk, Sept. 17, 1941
Dude, those were his friends (Hitler liked the Croats, but he stressed that they’re “not really Slavs”).
And the Russians? They were to be treated most harshly of all: extermination via slave labor and starvation. Generalplan Ost was always theoretical, of course; the Nazis lost the war, so we’ll never know the extent to which it would’ve been implemented. But holy shit, that physical extermination plan was bad news for Russians.
Hitler would’ve put a bullet in the brain of your beloved Putin. Shirtless, manly, BASED Putin. Your hero! Yet Hitler would’ve seen him as barely better than a Jew.
This is what the Pearl Davis imbeciles can’t understand. They act as if only Jews hate Hitler; that if not for the nefarious kikes, the “champion of whites” would be exalted. Yeah, right. Try praising Hitler to a Russian of the WWII generation. Hitler murdered millions of them, and they’re as fanatical as Jews when it comes to “never forget.”
Point 2: Dumbass was the author of his own misfortunes
While Generalplan Ost was never fully implemented, and while the Table Talk was off-the-cuff ranting but not necessarily policy, what’s absolute fact is that Hitler conducted a war of colonization and extermination (in terms of immediate murders during the war and the planned phasing out of the native population afterward) in the east in a manner so brutal, so terror-based, so unforgiving that he left an imprint on the Slavs that guaranteed that should they gain the upper hand in the war (as they did), there’d be furious vengeance visited upon ordinary Germans.
This is why we look to the Table Talk and other private rants. It makes sense to ask, “Why didn’t Hitler use the Slavs as temporary allies against the Bolsheviks?” That’s what the Brits would’ve done; they were masters at feigning friendship with people they saw as inferiors, to use the blighters as pawns in a colonization game.
But Hitler’s racial views didn’t allow for that. Slavs are inferior, and Germans must win without their help. To be sure, others in the party disagreed and sought to recruit friendly Slavs, but to what little extent that happened as Germany’s defeat became inevitable, it was too late. Hitler’s refusal to partner with anti-Soviet Russians, Poles, and Ukrainians (who were still bitter about the Bolshevist famine, but as we saw from the Table Talk, Hitler rather liked that famine for getting rid of so many untermenschen) was a massive tactical blunder.
This is one of many disastrous decisions Hitler made that screwed himself and the Germans he supposedly loved. Entire books have been written about his many unforced errors (this essay offers a decent list for beginners). The simple fact is, he tried to exterminate the Slavic east and then, via a series of monumental military miscalculations, ensured that those pissed-off Slavs would soon be reaming the ass of every German mom in Berlin.
Hitler’s blunders were so grotesque, his superfans can only pretend they didn’t happen. Take Hitler’s declaration of war against the U.S., one of the greatest military blunders in world history. Try mentioning it to a Hitler fanboy and they’ll say “Hmph, he didn’t akshually declare war on the U.S.! If you read his declaration, it’s purposely ambiguous because he was playing 4D chess!”
Of course, that’s not true; it was a declaration of war. And if the fanboys are right, weird how, when the U.S. took it as a declaration of war, Hitler wasn’t like, “Oh snap, naw, you got me wrong, dawg! Chill, homes, we good, we good!”
The opening of a second front against Russia was the other worst blunder (some even rank it above the declaration of war against America). Hitler fans are forced to claim—again, falsely—that Hitler had to invade because the Russians were about to invade Germany first.
Barbarossa was a preemptive strike!
You know, like our amazing war in Iraq.
Of course, that’s complete BS. Stalin was several years away from being able to attack Germany, and dozens of Nazi documents detail how Hitler launched the war not defensively but aggressively, to colonize the east and take its resources.
It was an unmitigated disaster that can be laid squarely at the Führer’s feet.
As British historian Sir Antony Beevor so aptly puts it:
Had Hitler maintained the new status quo after the defeat of France and steadily built up his armies using the resources of the countries he had already occupied, he would have been in a very strong position. Then, had Stalin tried to launch a pre-emptive strike himself in 1942 or 1943, it could have been disastrous for the Soviet Union. There’s no doubt that Barbarossa was the decisive moment in the war. Some 80 percent of the Wehrmacht’s casualties occurred on the eastern front; it was Barbarossa that broke the back of the German army.
Today’s Gen-Z Hitler fanboys, including the morons I mentioned in last week’s column, base their adulation on the false notion that Hitler was a “champion of whites” who was only opposed by “the Jews,” and the even falser notion that Hitler’s downfall was not his fault, but rather he was the innocent victim of “world Jewry,” the media, and conniving “bankster”-controlled whites. And while it’s absolutely true that Hitler was despised by a multitude of players on the world stage—including Jews, of course—his pathological hatred of Slavs, not Jews, is what sealed his fate. And even though FDR and Churchill did some foul, sneaky-ass shit with the Poles to provoke war in 1939, Hitler and Germany survived that intrigue—indeed, Hitler’s empire grew because of it—only for mustache-man to then fuck it up via his idiotic moves from that point on.
In his infamous January 1939 Reichstag speech, Hitler threatened that should “the Jews” start another world war, it would lead to their “annihilation.” Yet it was not the Jews but Hitler himself who made the conflict a world war, by invading Russia and declaring war on the U.S.
The young edgelords who say, “Maybe Hitler wasn’t a bad guy,” will never accept the Holocaust as proof that he was, because they don’t believe the Holocaust happened. So take it out of the equation. Tally up the combatant and civilian deaths on the Eastern Front, the ethnic Germans “cleansed” after the war, the postwar deaths in Germany via vengeful Soviet troops, and the wartime aerial bombardment from a country that was only in the European theater because Hitler brought it in.
That’s a lotta dead whites.
Now, I do have a “Point 3,” and it has something to do with the parallels between a certain modern-day leader whose fanatical followers are unable to admit his errors; indeed, they see him as incapable of error, and their support for him, in the absence of actual accomplishments, rests purely on “‘They’re’ all against him! He’s a champion of us, but ‘they’ sabotaged him from day one. His misfortunes are never due to his own actions.”
You see where I’m going with this. That’ll be next week.