Video: Hitler: The Nightmares of an Emperor

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When a man is as extremely powerful as Hitler was, he lives in a nightmare. I discuss an aspect of his character that all his enemies misrepresent in order to make him appear to be evil and demented. However, in my view this is a perfect proof that Hitler was indeed a true Ubermensch (superman/superior man) exactly as described by Nietzsche.

3 thoughts on “Video: Hitler: The Nightmares of an Emperor

  • 20th March 2018 at 11:13 pm

    Thanks for your fascinating expose, Jan. I find it nothing less than brilliant! I really appreciate the great work you are doing of speaking truth to power on behalf of the White race.

    • 22nd March 2018 at 2:09 am

      Thank you for your kinds words and your support Adam. Take care Brother!

  • 18th March 2018 at 12:40 am

    people may badmouth Goering but he was noble in character and depsite his flaws (many inventions and made up things) he was a great man and a soldier all the way

    the only figure more calomniated than him was field marshal Keitel… everyone like to say he was a lackey and a cretin that knew nothing. But the guy was an extremly talented staff officer, extremly proficient in supply and organisation. its no secret why he was promoted by hitler.

    more importantly when everyone was turning on hitler selling out for (false hope) of being gracied by the anglo-jewry, when he was offered to bail out in exchange of treason his wife report that he was so disgusted by the offer that he started screaming: A PRUSSIAN OFFICER DOES NOT COMMIT TREASON!

    the man was apolitical all he ever cared for was the army and planning his supply route(it was the old way in the prussian military, they put planing, calculation and map work above everything else after 1870, being a traditionalist he was of this opinion). he could not envision life outside a uniform. he was blindly loyal and was one of the few to contradict hitler in tense moment and he was permited to do so because he discussed only when the time was for discussion once he refused an order obedience was his only response.

    Very underrated Keitel, he was one of the few that still had that 19th century staff officer mentality


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