Jewish-financial (in reality, in the truest sense, international-capitalistic) Red revolution [in Russia].
[Most of the time, one can engage in a meaningful debate with Adolf Hitler. However, sometimes (usually when he is talking about the Jews) he says something that could be explained only by temporary insanity. Like his statement above, for example.
Which proves beyond the reasonable doubt that Hitler’s perception of reality in some cases (especially related to Jews) was highly distorted and thus grossly inaccurate. And as perceptions are the only reality, colossal (and ultimately deadly) blunders were only a matter of time]
[If it enters into an alliance with the Soviet Union] Germany would no longer be allied with the Russia of a great, remarkable, ethical, and bold idea, but with the desecrators of human culture.
[Wrong on both counts. Bolsheviks were not exactly desecrators of human cultural. In fact, their cultural achievements in music, painting, sculpture, architecture, theater, cinema, etc. were very impressive.
And while the “Russian idea” was great, remarkable and bold, it was definitely unethical as there is nothing ethical in invading, conquering and destroying the human civilization and replacing it with Russian Orthodox or Bolshevist one.
It is highly unlikely (to put it mildly) that the Western Civilization would appreciate that idea at all. So an alliance between Imperial Germany and Imperial Russia was possible only if the latter would have discarded this “Russian idea” for good. Which was theoretically possible]
The question of space for our people cannot be solved either in the west or in the south of Europe.
[It actually almost was. Had Hitler forced Britain to sign a peace agreement with Germany and join the Anti-Comintern Pact (a very real possibility). Stalin would not have dared to invade Europe (fighting the German-French-British alliance was suicidal).
Hence in the West and south Hitler would have occupied France, Belgium, the Netherlands, Denmark, Norway and Greece. Which would have provided Germany with more than enough Lebensraum for decades – even without Poland, Bohemia and Moravia in the East.]
Germany cannot very well ally itself with a Jewish-Bolshevist Russia because the result in all likelihood would be the Bolshevization of Germany itself.
[Absolutely. Only Jews as a nation had nothing to do with that]
Russia owed its existence as a [unified] state, as well as the little cultural value present, to this Teutonic upper class.
[Actually, no. Russia owes it existent as a huge, enormous, mammoth unified and totalitarian state to the Mongols, whose system of government Russia shamelessly copied in the 15th and especially 16th century – under Ivan the Terrible who for all practical purposes was the father of the Russian Imperial state
True, Ivan the Terrible was the descendant of the Varangians (initially a Scandinavian tribe) but by 16th century they have already been Russified for 700+ years. Thus for all practical purposes he was Russian, not German]
Without this essentially German upper class and intelligentsia, a Greater Russia would not have emerged, nor could it have preserved itself.
[Actually, the cultural roots of the ruling class in Russia at the turn of the 20th century were French – in the previous century the Russian nobles spoke French more often than they spoke Russian.
On the whole, Russia was influenced by Germans, sure, but even more so by the Greeks (Russian Orthodox Christianity was imported from Byzantium) and Italians – definitely not Teutonic people]
Slavic Russia will also always feel itself drawn more and more toward France.
[Wrong. Russian civilization is so unique that the French are as alien to it as the Germans. More specifically, Russia is a fundamentally Orthodox country that perceives a fundamentally Catholic France as alien as the Protestant Germany (or Catholic Bavaria for that matter).
The only nations that Russia is somewhat drawn to, are other Orthodox nations – Greece, Serbia, Bulgaria and to a lesser extent Romania]
The Great War came, which pan-Slavic agitation had very much helped to ignite.
[This is true. The Great War was ignited by pan-Slavist Serbs and Russians]
Russia had received its new leadership in Jewry.
[No. In 1928 Russia was already a dictatorship run by Joseph Stalin, who was Georgian with not a drop of Jewish blood in his veins]
Judaism is ultimately only destructive
[The exactly opposite is true. Judging by the contribution of the Jews to science, culture, economy, etc. both in absolute terms and on the per-capita basis, the Jews are the most creative, productive and valuable nation in the world. By far]
The goal of German foreign policy is in the one and only place possible: space in the East.
[Lebensraum again. Which means a brutal colonial war and a no less brutal colonization]
One cannot examine Germany’s foreign policy options without first achieving clarity about what Germans themselves want.
[Wrong. One needs clarity about what Germans genuinely NEED. Because in most cases it is different from what they want – often very different]
So just as in everyday life a person with a clear-cut life goal, which he strives to reach under all circumstances, will always be superior to others who are aimless, it is the same in the life of nations as well.
[Both statements are true]
Not wanting a war because one has a peaceful disposition certainly does not necessarily mean also being able to avoid it.
[Absolutely. This was exactly the case in 1928, when Stalin was committed to invading, conquering and destroying the Western Civilization. And no appeasement (short of unconditional surrender) would have changed that. The same was true about Adolf Hitler, of course]
So if Germany does not bring itself to create a clear political objective today, then it thus essentially renounces all possibility of revising our current fate, without being able in the least to evade the further dangers in the future.
[This is, obviously, true]
Germany wishes to feed the German people through peaceful economic means, as before. Accordingly, it wishes also in the future to participate most decisively in international industry, export, and trade. This entire future political goal is a utopia.
[It was. But not because of Britain (in reality, Britain was very much in favor of restoring economic, political and military might of Germany to make sure France does not dominate continental Europe).
It was because the Soviet Union (more precisely, its leader Joseph Stalin) was committed to invading, conquering and destroying Europe. Poland was #1 on his “hit list” and Germany – #1.
Consequently, the fundamental objective of German foreign and military policy should have been the elimination of the Soviet existential threat to Germany and the whole Europe.
Weimar Republic failed to make this decision so its successor – Nazi Germany – had to do the job. And it did – albeit at colossal (and mostly unnecessary) cost. However, this was not the fundamental objective of Adolf Hitler – it was a by-product of his Lebensraum obsession.
Hence, he was used blindly by the Providence to fulfil his genuine Mission of which he was mostly unaware]
Germany decides to adopt a clear, farsighted policy of space. It thus turns away from all international industrial and international trade policy attempts and instead concentrates all of its strength on marking out a way of life for our people through the acquisition of adequate Lebensraum for the next one hundred years.
Because this space can lie only in the East, the obligation of a naval power takes a back seat. Germany again attempts to fight for its interests by forming a decisive power on land.
[In reality, it was much more than that. In addition to acquisition of adequate Lebensraum (Poland, Bohemia, Moravia and Russia), Nazi foreign policy had the following objectives: (1) elimination of the existential Bolshevist threat by destroying the Soviet Union; (2) integrate all predominantly German lands into Ein Reich; (3) destroy France to eliminate the French threat and establish complete domination of Western Europe; (4) acquire Lebensraum in the West (Low countries, Denmark, Norway) and in the South-Southeast (Greece, Yugoslavia, Albania); and (5) isolate Britain from the European continent
Obviously, Adolf Hitler could not publicly state these goals because it would have immediately brought Germany into conflict with France and Britain – something that in 1928 it could not afford]
One cannot transmit culture, which is a general expression of the life of a certain people, to any other people with a completely different mindset.
For Germany, the future in Europe did and does lie on land, just as the causes of our downfall will also always be only of a purely continental nature: our position, which is disastrous in terms of space and terrible from a military-geographic perspective.
[Which, alas, did not prevent Adolf Hitler from approving the development and implementation of a plan for radical expansion of Kriegsmarine (“Plan Z”). Which was a colossal waste of highly valuable resources]
In the future, the greatest danger to England will no longer be in Europe at all, but in North America.
[Which turned out to be true as the USA played a crucial role in the collapse and dissolution of the British Empire]
If England itself remains true to its great international political aims, then its potential adversaries in Europe will be France and Russia, and in the rest of the world in the future especially the American Union.
[A terrible miscalculation which very possibly cost Adolf Hitler his war, his state, his civilization and finally his life]