Tue 11 Jun, 2013 05:16 pm
This is the stuff that americans and Britishers were reading and believing!
In 1940 Theodore N. Kaufman wrote a book calling for genocide, by systematic sterilization, against the German people and titled it, "Germany Must Perish." The following is a short quote from it's satanic pages..."Today's war (World War Two) is a war of peoples against peoples, of civilized peoples envisioning Light, against uncivilized barbarians who cherish darkness...Hitler, the Kaiser, and Bismarck are merely mirrors reflecting the centuries old inbred lust of the German nation for conquest and mass murder...This time Germany has forced 'total war' upon the world. As a result, she must be prepared to pay a 'total penalty.' And there is one, only one, such 'total penalty:' Germany must perish forever! In fact, not fancy!"
War or no war, imagine the uproar in our liberal media if, instead of Germany, this was a call for genocide against a Black nation in Africa (Or any nation). Why the book would have been banned immediately...But since Germany was a White nation ...No problem!
Were you actually born an idiot, or have you undergone intensive training?
Reminds me of Austen's "want of sense, natural and improved" . . . i'd say this is the improved model.
Kaufman hardly qualifies as mainstream press.
In 1941 he was the head of the American Federation Of Peace which consisted of one member. Himself.
The only person who gave Kaufman much attention was Nazi Propaganda Minister Goebbels who wrote in his diary:
"This Jew did a real service for the enemy [German] side. Had he written this book for us, he could not have made it any better."
Do us all a favor. If you're gonna bring this Nazi crap up for discussion, at least make it interesting.
What I'm saying is that without media support ,it's very hard for any government to go to war . And since the media ,then as now, was pro war ,it didn't take much to bring it on the side of going to war with germany. it didn't matter who wrote what.as long as it defamed germany and made it out to be some kind of monstrosity.