Adolf Hitler

Mein Kampf

りいhas quoted2 years ago
if we should now abolish religious teaching and not replace it by anything of equal value the result would be that the foundations of human existence would be seriously shaken.
kayseangarrorhas quoted2 years ago
Hitler's father, Alois
Raul Peñatehas quotedlast month
It was Bismarck’s dream to unite German Austria with the German Empire; but it remained only a dream until Hitler turned it into a reality in 1938’.
Станіслав Едуардович Бауманhas quotedlast month
no longer exists. And I should not recall what must now seem “old, unhappy, far-off things” to the modern generation, were it not that they were very near and actual
Rebeca Rodrigueshas quoted3 months ago
And so it happens that very often those who belong to what can really be called the upper classes find it much easier than do the upstarts to descend to and intermingle with their fellow beings on the lowest social level. For by the word upstart I mean everyone who has raised himself through his own efforts to a social level higher than that to which he formerly belonged
Rebeca Rodrigueshas quoted3 months ago
His own fight for existence kills his sensibility for the misery of those who have been left behind
Rebeca Rodrigueshas quoted3 months ago
In the case of such a person the hard struggle through which he passes often destroys his normal human sympathy
Rebeca Rodrigueshas quoted3 months ago
Moreover, there is something repulsive in remembering the cultural indigence of that lower class and their rough manners with one another; so that people who are only on the first rung of the social ladder find it unbearable to be forced to have any contact with the cultural level and standard of living out of which they have passed
Rebeca Rodrigueshas quoted3 months ago
It was during this period that my eyes were opened to two perils, the names of which I scarcely knew hitherto and had no notion whatsoever of their terrible significance for the existence of the German people. These two perils were Marxism and Judaism
Vlad Shvetshas quoted5 months ago
examples from history show that those nations which lay down their arms without being absolutely forced to do so subsequently prefer to submit to the greatest humiliations and exactions rather than try to change their fate by resorting to arms again.
Vlad Shvetshas quoted5 months ago
Destiny itself seems to wish to point out the way for us here. In delivering Russia over to Bolshevism, Fate robbed the Russian people of that intellectual class which had once created the Russian State and were the guarantee of its existence. For the Russian State was not organized by the constructive political talent of the Slav element in Russia, but was much more a marvellous exemplification of the capacity for State-building possessed by the Germanic element in a race of inferior worth
Vlad Shvetshas quoted5 months ago
The fact that a nation has acquired an enormous territorial area is no reason why it should hold that territory perpetually. At most, the possession of such territory is a proof of the strength of the conqueror and the weakness of those who submit to him. And in this strength alone lives the right of possession.
Vlad Shvetshas quoted5 months ago
The traditional tendency of British diplomacy ever since the reign of Queen Elizabeth has been to employ systematically every possible means to prevent any one Power from attaining a preponderant position over the other European Powers and, if necessary, to break that preponderance by means of armed intervention. The only parallel to this has been the tradition of the Prussian Army. England has made use of various forces to carry out its purpose, choosing them according to the actual situation or the task to be faced; but the will and determination to use them has always been the same. The more difficult England’s position became in the course of history the more the British Imperial Government considered it necessary to maintain a condition of political paralysis among the various European States, as a result of their mutual rivalries. When the North American colonies obtained their political independence it became still more necessary for England to use every effort to establish and maintain the defence of her flank in Europe. In accordance with this policy she reduced Spain and the Netherlands to the position of inferior naval Powers. Having accomplished this, England concentrated all her forces against the increasing strength of France, until she brought about the downfall of Napoleon Bonaparte and therewith destroyed the military hegemony of France, which was the most dangerous rival that England had to fear.
Vlad Shvetshas quoted6 months ago
nipped in the bud
Vlad Shvetshas quoted6 months ago
a weakling is always more pleasing to those who want to bend him to their own uses than is a man who is made of harder metal
Vlad Shvetshas quoted6 months ago
False ideas and ignorance may be set aside by means of instruction, but emotional resistance never can
Vlad Shvetshas quoted6 months ago
In the training of our old army the principle was in vogue that any order is always better than no order. Applied to our youth this principle ought to take the form that any answer is better than no answer. The fear of replying, because one fears to be wrong, ought to be considered more humiliating than giving the wrong reply. On this simple and primitive basis our youth should be trained to have the courage to act.
julia fernandeshas quoted7 months ago
These two perils were Marxism and Judaism
julia fernandeshas quoted7 months ago
the fighters, the hedgers and the traitors
julia fernandeshas quoted7 months ago
First, I became a nationalist.
Second, I learned to understand and grasp the true meaning of history
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