Lawrence Birken, Assistant Professor of History at Ball State University (Indiana), has written about Hitler as an 'Enlightenment Intellectual'
The Journal of Historical Review: Volume 16 (1996-7) / Hitler as Philosophe: Remnants of the Enlightenment in National Socialism, by Lawrence Birken. Westport, Conn.: Praeger, 1995.
Hitler's favorite painter, Franz von Stuck
Academics have tended to see Hitler's philosophy as simplistic and crude.
But Birken sees things differently.
1. "It should be obvious," writes Birken, "that Hitler possessed a 'classical' theory of race."
Hitler liked the American idea of segregation.
Hitler admire the USA's pro-White racial policies, its restrictions on non-White immigration, and its adoption of eugenics measures.
Lynching of an innocent black kid in the USA.
2. According to Birken, "Hitler's economic ideas were... closer to Marx than to ... Keynes."
3. Hitler opposed birth control.
4. Hitler opposed Christianity.
5. Hitler was anti-semitic, just like Voltaire, a leading figure in the Enlightenment.
The following comes from: "Hitler and the secret Satanic cult at the heart of Nazi Germany."
At the centre of the dome lies a giant swastika.
This room was the central temple of the Satanic cult that created and directed Germany’s Nazi party.
This so called Vril Society counted many of Hitler’s henchmen as members, including Himmler, Bormann, and Hess...
The Vril Society was noted for it’s use of orgies to summon up occult energies...
“But the darkest side of the Vril was their propensity for sacrificing young children,” says Michael Fitzgerald, author of Stormtroopers of Satan. “They would stab them in the chest and cut their throats.
“At the height of their power in 1920s Munich, hundreds of children disappeared. Many are presumed to have been killed by the cult to summon up Vril energy.”...
But even amongst this sinister group, there was an inner core who were even more evil, if that is conceivable.
“Bormann was an avowed Satanist, says Michael Fitzgerald. “Bormann, together with Rosenberg and Himmler, wanted to destroy Christianity and replace it with a truly occult religion of their own making. And along with the Thule Society, they created a political party that would try and do just that.”
Dr. Fritz Redlich, a neurologist and psychiatrist, has written: ''Hitler: Diagnosis of a Destructive Prophet'', which refers to Hitler's personal physician, Dr. Theodor Morell
Insane or Just Evil? A Psychiatrist Takes a New Look at Hitler.
Hitler suffered from severe abdominal spasms, belching, bloating, constipation, buzzing and ringing in the ears, hypertension, headaches and heart trouble.
Dr. Redlich finds evidence that Hitler suffered from paranoia, narcissism, anxiety, depression and hypochondria.
According to Dr. Redlich, Hitler believed that his father was half-Jewish and had died of syphilis.
"Dr. Redlich theorizes that Hitler may have thought his physical abnormalities - his hypospadia and spina bifida occulta - were signs that he had inherited syphilis from his father. And his rage at this may have fueled his anti-Semitism, and his obsession with syphilis as a 'Jewish disease,'' a theme he dwelled upon for 10 pages in Mein Kampf.''
According to Redlich, Hitler was sexually inhibited with Eva Braun.
Ernst Rohm was the only man Hitler called by the familiar 'du.'
Apparently, Hitler surrounded himself with 'butch' homosexuals, some of whom were sadists.
Hitler "had been a male prostitute in Vienna at the time of his sojourn there, from 1907 to 1912, and ... practiced the same calling in Munich from 1912 to 1914"
Website for this image
Hitler's Nazis carried out the torture and murder of many people.
In mid-1942 in Baranowicze, Poland, experiments were conducted in a small building behind the private home occupied by Nazi SD Security Service officer Dr. Wichtmann, in which "a young boy of eleven or twelve [was] strapped to a chair so he could not move.
Above him was a mechanized hammer that every few seconds came down upon his head."
The boy was driven insane from the torture.
A cold water immersion experiment at Dachau concentration camp presided over by Professor Ernst Holzlöhner (left) and Dr.Sigmund Rascher (right).
Children of the Bullenhuser Damm show incisions where axillary lymph nodes had been surgically removed after they were deliberately infected with tuberculosis at Neuengamme.
In a "cover-up" operation, all were murdered with their 4 adult Jewish caretakers and 6 Red Army POWs in the basement of the school on 20 April 1945 as British forces approached
From about July 1944 to about September 1944, at the Dachau concentration camp, a group of roughly 90 Roma were deprived of food and given nothing but sea water to drink by Dr. Hans Eppinger, leaving them gravely injured.
They were so dehydrated that others observed them licking freshly mopped floors in an attempt to get drinkable water.