This is a bit of a ramble through some of the important beliefs it is important to our ‘masters’ that we swallow and where those ideas came from and the damage they can and are doing.
Ever wonder why our freedoms are disappearing at an alarming rate? It is because the EU is based on Hitler’s ideas for the Continent after his hordes won the War.
Frank Davis has discovered that political correctness seems to have begun life in Nazi Germany after listening to an interview of Christopher Monckton by James Delingpole and taking the trouble of transcribing this part.
It’s a dangerous time. I’ve been looking quite closely at the pre-Nazi period in Germany. I have a lot of papers to do with it which aren’t public, because my grandfather was minister of information during the early years of the war… And so he had a lot of papers on this, and was very interested in how the Nazis had managed to get control. And they had followed a pattern that is discernible in their documents. The first thing they did was to go round saying there was only one acceptable point of view. That was where Political Correctness really first was invented, as you were not allowed to have a point of view other than that of the Nazi Party. Even though they were hardly represented in the Reichstag at all, they were beginning to shout down anyone who disagreed with them, and they would attack the individuals rather than their arguments…. The next stage was they began openly demanding that those who disagreed with them should be arrested, put on trial (or not put on trial, they didn’t much care) and then either imprisoned or executed… for disagreeing with the Nazi party on almost anything.
I saw a note the other day from somebody who’d listed half a dozen instances of what I call the Climate Communists saying that people like us should be arrested, imprisoned, tried and executed for crimes against the planet, or treason against the planet, or high crimes against humanity. There are various formulations from Jim Hansen upwards… Practically every week somebody is now saying this. And I thought I would just see if we bullied the bullies back, what would happen… The third stage was that they took office, and then they began going round and arresting people and executing them because they took a different view. So I don’t like the fact that we’ve got to stages 1 and 2. And one of the interesting things about pre-Nazi Germany was that because of the savage personal attacks which were directed by the Nazis at anyone who disagreed with them, it eventually got to the point where very few people who disagreed with them would dare to say so. And so it was left to only a tiny handful who dared to put their heads above the parapet.
I was talking to a US Congressman the other day, and I said, “Why, since you don’t believe a word of this global warming stuff, why don’t more of your colleagues do what you very occasionally do, and come out and say this is rubbish?” He said, “We’ve all seen what’s happened to your reputation because you dared to speak out… … We’ve watched this happening, and we don’t want it happening to us. That’s why we don’t speak out more often.” That is exactly how it was in Nazi Germany, and I have all the papers on it… And you could see this hate-speech going on all the time against anyone who dared to disagree, and eventually it worked: people just became frightened to say anything. Now that is happening in our legislature to quite a large degree now. People want to get re-elected, and they know that if they come out too openly against the usual suspects, then the Greens will target them – perhaps even at national level – and make it impossible for them to be re-elected… If you broadcast, they’ll try to take your advertising revenue away… This constant attack against the individual doesn’t so much hurt the individual, what it does do is frighten off anybody else from doing the same, and this comes over and over again in the pre-war papers of what was going on in Nazi Germany.
As Frank adds, No mention of the Nazi antismoking parallels.
That’s yet another similarity: the paranoia of ex-smoker Adolf and our ASH-obsessed politicians.
Which brings me onto why socialised healthcare is so important for dictatorships. They can achieve all manner of control and ideological subversion this way.
Although Bismarck had inaugurated an NHS-lite in the 1880s for certain people but only because he supposedly believed that a light version of socialism would stave off full-blown Marxism, it was during the Weimar Republic (at which time, of course, the USSR had socialised everything) when further major advances were made to German socialised healthcare and the popularity of social Darwinism had also grown, so by the time Hitler came along, he could implement, for example, the Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring which enabled a “Genetic Health Court” to order the sterilisation of anybody considered to suffer from a supposed genetic disorder (many of which weren’t genetic).
He did this within months of becoming Führer.
The Holocaust Encyclopedia states,
Public health measures to control reproduction and marriage aimed at strengthening the “national body” by eliminating biologically threatening genes from the population. Many German physicians and scientists who had supported racial hygiene ideas before 1933 embraced the new regime’s emphasis on biology and heredity, the new career opportunities, and the additional funding for research.
Isn’t it just the same today? They opened up “research” facilities and funded “experts” to try to legitimise what they wanted to do all along. Nowadays we have all the funding going to support just one point of view: that the climate is changing due to humans; that secondhand smoke causes numerous deaths; that the Theory of Evolution is true by producing the most ridiculous of human ‘missing links’ which are even less convincing than Piltdown Man.
As you know, I’m big on the Creationism vs evolution theory debate, so when a lemur called “Ida” was introduced to the world five years ago as the missing link between apes and humans by then New York Mayor, Michael Bloomberg (who is probably far more of an anti-smoking zealot than Hitler was), the sound of the accompanying enormous global media fanfare made sure everyone ‘knew’ that we were descended from the animals. Sky News said,
The search for a direct connection between humans and the rest of the animal kingdom has taken 200 years – but it was presented to the world today at a special news conference in New York.
They have admitted that all the previous ones were fakes.
With her human-like nails instead of claws, and opposable big toes, she is placed at the very root of human evolution when early primates first developed features that would eventually develop into our own.
Yet her offspring had to walk upright. With opposable toes? Maybe thumbs would have been more convincing, chaps.
Anyway, less than a year later, the fuss had died down about this Holy Grail and lost ark of archaeology (see how evolutionists want it to be a religion?), when it was discovered that Ida was not a human ancestor; not a ‘missing link’.
So we are left with no credible evidence of a link between humans and ape-like ancestors if Ida was the first groundbreaking example. Yes, the Theory of Evolution is rammed down our throats as much as the Carbon Con and the need for a European superstate and socialised healthcare and fake ‘human rights’ and so on. All for control. As Lenin stated,
Our programme necessarily includes the propaganda of atheism.
Back on the subject of socialised ‘healthcare’ under the Third Reich and a few years after the ‘Law for the Prevention of Genetically Diseased Offspring’, Action T4 (Aktion T4) came into being where perhaps 200,000 people were euthanised (murdered) in mental hospitals from 1939.
Medical concerns which had largely been in the private domain in the nineteenth century increasingly became a concern of the state. The physician began to be transformed into a functionary of state-initiated laws and policies. Doctors slowly began to see themselves as more responsible for the public health of the nation than for the individual health of the patient. It is one thing to see oneself as responsible for the “nation’s health” and quite another to be responsible for an individual patient’s health. It is one thing to be employed by an individual, another to be employed by the government.
As I have said before, the NHS now exists primarily to control, subvert, keep the Pharma transnationals making healthy profits, collect data for the government and of course, kill.
In Mein Kampf, Hitler wrote:
He who is bodily and mentally not sound and deserving may not perpetuate this misfortune in the bodies of his children. The völkische [people’s] state has to perform the most gigantic rearing-task here. One day, however, it will appear as a deed greater than the most victorious wars of our present bourgeois era.
It was around this time that some of the (other) characters who have shaped the modern Western world were active, like Marie Stopes, who doted on Hitler and concentrated her ‘clinics’ among poor people and her counterpart in the USA, Margaret Sanger, was prominent and wanted to sterilise the blacks into extinction. Stopes wanted to sterilise the diseased, drunkards and people of ‘bad character’. Probably blacks, Jews, gypsies, etc. as well, but not sure if that’s on record.
Social Darwinism thrived after the apparent defeat of the Third Reich. You could argue that Aktion T4 is alive in the UK with unborn babies with disabilities allowed to be aborted (murdered) up until the moment before birth and where the Liverpool ‘Care’ Pathway starved and dehydrated people to death.
Like Aktion T4, the LCP was painted as a caring way of dealing with people, but is leading to increasing numbers being killed off one way or another, with hospitals receiving extra money for people dying this way. There are even the good old ‘targets’ to aim for. Targets are another way to ensure control and compliance.
Interestingly, T4 used starvation as one of the killing methods, along with lethal injections and gas chambers.
Eugenics is very much on the agenda. The first UNESCO Director-general was Julian Huxley, the famous internationalist and eugenicist.
The WHO’s first D-G was also a eugenicist called Brock Chisholm, whom Frank Davis wrote about a few months ago.
This notion that nation-states are the cause of war is now a modern orthodoxy, routinely trotted out as a justification for the EU into which European states are to be dissolved, after being ‘bought through guile’, and bound by treaties of cooperation such as the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control (FCTC). Chisholm was also an advocate of world government, saying:
“To achieve world government, it is necessary to remove from the minds of men their individualism, loyalty to family traditions, national patriotism, and religious dogmas.”
There has even been a eugenicist conference at the Scottish Parliament.
One of the patrons of the Optimum Population Trust (now Population Matters) calling for depopulation is David Attenborough. That Sky report says,
Sir David Attenborough said Darwin “would have been thrilled” to have seen the fossil – and says it tells us who we are and where we came from.
“This little creature is going to show us our connection with the rest of the mammals,” he said.
“This is the one that connects us directly with them.
“Now people can say ‘okay we are primates, show us the link’.
“The link they would have said up to now is missing – well it’s no longer missing.”
And people trust these individuals with their ‘superior knowledge’, delivered with posh authoritativeness, that the population of the UK should be reduced to 30 million by midway through the next century.
This headline may be slightly misleading, but the Führer made the most out of it and showed how dangerous it can be in the wrong hands: The Real Father of Universal Healthcare – Adolf Hitler,
The first mass murders of the Holocaust were carried out in the socialized German hospitals and the techniques for governmental mass murder were developed and refined there. Several hundred thousand handicapped and mentally ill persons were murdered in Hitler’s universal healthcare system. Retarded and mentally ill children were euthanized and the T4 project did the same for handicapped, mentally ill and elderly adults. In his order permitting medical killing, Hitler called them “mercy killing” and “lives not worth living.” In this way Germany produced great savings in healthcare, not only due to the extermination of existing patients, but many ill persons and their families became too fearful, due to rumors of the killings, to dare check into the hospitals.
I believe this is one of the reasons for blanket smoking bans in an increasing number of hospitals these days. It will deter smokers from seeking treatment. For example, I reckon that over 90% of the many, many people I shared communal areas with in the alcohol detox centre in 1998 were smokers. I noticed a few weeks ago on Google maps a sign at the entrance that the hospital is now completely no-smoking. I cannot imagine how some of those poor folk getting treatment for one addiction which some find totally impossible to be free from could cope for the hours they must be spend there without a cigarette. Many will inevitably not seek help. ‘Natural selection’ will kill them off when, for example their livers pack up or they walk in front of a vehicle.
One of the issues for the German pioneers was the cost of universal healthcare. When the UK welfare state was being set up, it was admitted that it could only be afforded if there was full employment and industrial output. We are very far away from that now, while the scope of welfare has expanded far beyond the horizon of its founders. The NHS cannot treat everyone, so patients seem to be getting thinned out one way and another.
My 92 year-old grandmother was repeatedly sent home from the doctor’s surgery and A&E. The blood clot which left her in agony was ‘all in her mind’ and she died a few weeks later after many visits seeking help. She had been incredibly fit and not a hypochondriac in the slightest. Maybe it was a genuine mistake. What do you think?
But the local paper wouldn’t print the story as almost the exact same thing had happened a few months earlier, which they did print.
Another example being the plumber from Hertforshire who was denied urgent treatment to fix his badly fractured arm until he gave up smoking. They can save money and/or micromanage people’s lives in unbelievable ways.
But how many times have we heard Hitler’s reasons of “mercy killing” and “lives not worth living” as excuses for aborting unborn babies suspected of being disabled?
It’s now being used to promote euthanasia for the old and sick.
Who’ll be next? The mentally ill, like under T4?