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Was Hitler Right?

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posted on Feb, 28 2011 @ 09:59 AM
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hitlers master-race is as defunct as his chasing the Vril Force, Spear-of-Destiny... and all the crackpot
and occult ideas that overtook the Nazi Party leadership...

drugs and damaged thinking allowed a twisted worldview to take his 'struggle' to the dark depths of depraved reasoning & baser human drives


its a familiar theme that the Despot was originally driven with a 'Messianic' mission...
there are...and presently is, here on the world stage right now, self deluded messiah's
...including here in the "CorpUSA"




posted on Mar, 1 2011 @ 03:18 PM
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The one thing I admire is the German military technology, if he was not driven by so much hate, and focused on rebuilding the country, Germany could have rose to power after many years due to its technical prowess. If you think about it, America has been taking over the world through its promotion of consumerism, television, culture etc, Germany could have been a major world power due to shared technological innovations. Think about all of those scientists that they poached...


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posted on Mar, 2 2011 @ 04:18 PM
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He was right. Far right. There's Republican, then a little farther right and you have Fascism, the goose steppin Nazi's. Where goverment and the corporation merge into one diabolical monster. Or if we go the other way on the continuum of oppression, you have Democrat and a little further over, the goose steppin Communists. Ain't it lovely?



posted on Mar, 14 2011 @ 05:12 AM
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Originally posted by LogisticsLook at the concept of natural selection. Only the creatures capable of survival live on, and the characteristics that helped them live are passed onto their young. Meanwhile, some creatures with less desirable characteristics don't necessarily get the chance to live as others do, it's just the way our cards are dealt.


Natural selection is no longer relevant to human evolution. We have overcome almost every barrier (Natural disasters are one that still affects us). All of the physical selection pressures are now entirely man-made, not natural. By those I mean war, famine, disease as an example - all man-made in today's world.

Besides that, we've began to evolve epigenetically (meaning outside of genetics). Ideas, writing, science, fire - these things have little to do with direct genetic selection.



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