Thursday, December 18, 2008
Why the Aryan Law? A Contribution to the Jewish Question
In 1793 the famous philosopher Johann Gottlieb Fichte, author of "Speeches to the German Nation," wrote a pamphlet titled "A Contribution to Correcting Judgments about the French Revolution." It contained the following significant sentence:
"In nearly all the nations of Europe, a powerful, hostile government is growing, and is at war with all the others, and sometimes oppresses the people in dreadful ways: It is Jewry!"
The French Revolution, with its "ideas for the improvement of humanity" thundered past, and in the noise the people who had believed in world brotherhood entirely missed this serious warning. What Fichte warned the word about then has today become fact in nearly all the nations of the world. The Jewish people, once only tolerated, knew how to raise a hue and cry about discrimination and persecution, winning the sympathy of the world for the "poor Jews." They increasingly infiltrated deep within our national organism, growing to have power over every single area of our national life. The old saga, the "Edda," observes that one blocks a river at its source. The failure to do that was the great mistake of the German people. Thank God, it is not too late. Our Führer Adolf Hitler recognized the importance of the problem for Germany's rebirth, and outlined its solution in his program.
Martin Luther wrote this of the Jews in his book "The Jews and their Lies": "They hold we Christians captive in our own land. They have seized our goods by their cursed usury, they mock and insult us because we work. They are our lords, and we and our goods belong to them." If in the coming days the Jewish race is driven out of the non-Jewish world, it will have at least this consolation: It has made clear to them for all time the value of maintaining the purity of race and blood in clear, understandable and unforgettable ways.