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Originally posted by antithesis.
reply to post by Dimitri Dzengalshlevi
His point was about the fact that they were blond and hair blue eyed; of German ancestry not mestizo Brazilian.
Originally posted by clay2 baraka
This is truly interesting. I have heard many references made to "the boys from Brazil." But until now, have always passed it off as urban legend.
Here we have possible proof of the Nazi infiltration of South American society. It makes one wonder what other kinds of experiments have been conducted in that part of the world during the latter half of the 20th century. .
It does make one stop and think.
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A trusted, leading member of the S.A. had just returned from South America, and Hitler had engaged him in conversation, and asked him many questions. Over the coffee, he took up the thread of the discourse again. Evidently his information was not detailed, and he was merely repeating various notions—highly popular at the time—concerning the land of the future that he had gleaned from certain publications.
He was specially interested in Brazil.
"We shall create a new Germany there," he cried. "We shall find everything we need there."
He then outlined broadly all that a hard-working and energetic government could do to create order. All the preconditions for a revolution were there, a revolution which in a few decades, or even years, would transform a corrupt mestizo state into a German dominion.
"Besides, we have a right to this continent, for the Fuggers and Welsers had possessions there. We have got to repair what our German disunity has destroyed; we must see to it that it is no longer true that we have lost all that we once occupied. The time has passed for us to give place to Spain and Portugal, and be everywhere at a disadvantage."
Von P., his guest, agreed as to the special opportunities of Germany in Brazil. "These people will need us if they are going to make anything of their country,"
Hitler remarked. They had less use, he said, for investment capital than for the spirit of enterprise and for organizing ability. And they were fed up with the United States. They knew they were being exploited by them, and had nothing to expect from them for the development of their country. "We shall give them both: capital and the spirit of enterprise. We shall make them a third gift: our philosophy," said Hitler. "If ever there is a place where democracy is senseless and suicidal, it is in South America. We must strengthen these people's clear conscience, so that they may be enabled to throw both their liberalism and their democracy overboard.