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Mein Kampf today

On 18 July 1925, 7 months after being released from Landsberg jail, Nazi leader Adolf Hitler published the first volume of his personal manifesto, Mein Kampf. Written during his 9-month stay in prison, Mein Kampf, or “My Struggle,” was a bitter narrative filled with anti-Semitism, disdain for morality, worship of power, and the blueprints for his plan of Nazi world domination. The autobiographical work soon became the bible of Germany’s Nazi Party.
In the early 1920s, the ranks of his Nazi Party was full of unhappy Germans who sympathized with the party’s bitter hatred of Germany’s democratic government, leftist politics, and Jews. In November 1923, after the German government resumed the payment of war reparations to Britain and France, Hitler tried his “Beer Hall Putsch”–his first attempt at seizing the government by force. Hitler hoped that this revolt in Bavaria would spread to the unhappy German army, which in turn would bring down the government in Berlin. However, the uprising was suppressed, and Hitler was sentenced to 5 years in prison for high treason. But, ultimately he gained power in Germany—because he had clear goals understood by all his followers.
One wonders why no one in the US Govt has noticed that the leaders of Radical Islam have published their goals—the end of the US and Israel—and are keeping focused. It’s all on AlJazera—and they have an English language version. But we Americans are too fat and happy to care about such things. Maybe the horrible economic situation we’re in now will shake us out of our indifference. Never can tell.

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