His Second Book (5)

IMG_1018Domestic policy is the art of preserving the commitment of strength – in terms of the people’s racial quality and numbers – necessary to do this.

[Actually, no. In reality, both domestic policy and foreign policy are the science and art of making the nation in question genuinely happy. In other words, of identifying and satisfying the genuine aggregate needs – financial, functional, emotional and spiritual – of the population in question].

The decisive factor in the life of a nation is the will to preserve itself and the vital strength that is available to do so. Weapons can rust, the military structures can become outdated, but the will itself can always renew both and shape a people in whatever form the moment of need requires.

[Not that simple. In reality, the decisive factor in the life of a nation is the quality and efficiency of its human capital. Which are determined not only by the aggregate willpower, but also by education, intellect (these two are not always the same) and by how adequate is the dominant perception of reality.

And, of course, by how efficiently the human capital of the nation in question is used by political, economic and military system of this nation.

In the Third Reich, the German nation possessed superior willpower (to every adversary, including the Soviet Union), education (knowledge base), training (practical skills) and intellect. Unfortunately, the Nazi ideology, which became dominant in no time after Nazi took power, created a highly distorted and grossly inaccurate perception of reality. Which ultimately led to colossal blunders, defeat in the Second Great War and to the demise of the Third Reich]

All things considered, the German army at the turn of the 20th century was still the greatest organization in the world and its effectiveness was more than beneficial for our German people.

The breeding ground of German discipline, German efficiency, even disposition, The open courage, bold recklessness, tenacious perseverance, and unyielding honesty. The sense of honor of an entire profession gradually and imperceptibly became the common property of an entire German nation.

[Very probably true]

If we start from the premise that all nations are not the same [genetically no, culturally yes], then the nations intrinsic value is not the same either.

[Absolutely. Different nations differ by the amount of aggregate value – financial, functional, emotional and spiritual – they create for themselves, for other nations and for the whole mankind. In absolute terms and on a per capita basis.

Interestingly enough, the most valuable nation (race in Hitler’s terms) are… the Jews]

If the value of all nations is not equal, then every nation has, aside from its collective numerical value, also a certain specific value that is distinctive and that cannot be completely the same as that of any other nation.

[Its ability to generate financial value for themselves and for others]

The effects of this particular value can be very different and can occur in very different areas, but together they provide a benchmark for the overall valuation of a people. [Ditto]

The ultimate expression of this overall valuation is the historical cultural image of a people, in which the sum of all the rays of its genetic qualities – or the racial qualities united in it – are reflected.

[Cultural qualities. Again, it is about culture, not about the nationality or a race (a Black or an Indian can be a perfect British gentleman and someone 100% genetically British can be a total “white trash”). Nurture, not nature and “software”, not “hardware”]

The higher the racial worth of a people, the greater its overall value, through which, in conflict and in the struggle with other peoples, it must then mobilize for the benefit of its life.

[Cultural, not racial. And although different human civilizations (Western, Islamic, Russian, etc.) do compete for limited resources of the Earth, in reality it is coopetition, not pure competition]


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