NSDAP 1919-33: Objectives

NSDAPWhen Adolf Hitler joined then-DAP in September 1919, he did it with very specific (and highly ambitious – to put it mildly) objectives in mind. Obtain the absolute power in the Party; use this power (and his personal gifts and talents) to grow DAP into the most powerful political force in Germany; use this force to acquire dictatorial powers in Germany; and then use these powers (and the Party as one of the key tools) to perform a radical reengineering of Germany.

In other words, transform the defeated, depressed, humiliated, robbed, impoverished nation into a political, economic and military superpower. And make Germans a genuinely happy people.

As soon as Adolf Hitler achieved his first objective (on July 29th, 1921), all other ones became the objectives of the Party (by that time renamed NSDAP). Which were miraculously (the only word that adequately describes the results) achieved. One hundred percent.

 

NSDAP: Pre-Hitler (1918-19)

Thule Gesellschaft EmblemTechnically, Adolf Hitler was not the father of NSDAP. The political party was initially called simply DAP – Deutsche Arbeiterpartei (German Workers’ Party). It was a brainchild, a baby of a highly mysterious occult organization – the Thule Society.

I will cover this society (which played a key role in the life of Adolf Hitler and ultimately in creation of all his entities) in a separate section below. In this section, I will only note a couple of well-known facts.

In November of 1918 (right after the November revolution and the Armistice), one Karl Harrer – a German journalist and politician (and one of the leaders of the Thule Society) somehow managed to convince one Anton Drexler (an avid German nationalist and a far-right low-level politician) and several others to form a small organization – Politischer Arbeiterzirkel (Political Workers’ Circle). Which subsequently became the basis for a political party – the DAP.

Drexler was the only outsider among the founders of the party (which was duly formed on January 5th, 1919). All others – Harrer, Gottfried Feder and Dietrich Eckart- were members of the Thule Society. It appears that Drexler was chosen to provide cover for the Society which had ample reasons to stay in the shadows.

Thule Society was one of the very few genuinely powerful occult groups (just about all others are “all bark, no bite”). Such groups are so deeply secretive that any attempt to obtain accurate information about their origins, members, objectives, rituals and other activities is an exercise in futility (and a highly dangerous one at that).

Consequently, we can only speculate about “all of the above”. No one really knows for sure when and where the Thule Society was established. Actually, there is some evidence that the name was simply a cover for something else. Maybe for the Germanenorden (founded in Berlin in 1912), maybe for something else entirely (e.g. the Vril Society).

All we know is that the existence of Thule Society was publicly announced in Munich in August of 1918. And that it played an important role (some would say, critically important) in putting down the so-called Bavarian Soviet Republic in May of 1919.

From this irrefutable fact we can deduce that (1) Thule Society was well aware of the existential Bolshevist threat to Germany and the whole the Western Civilization and (2) were committed to take all necessary measures to do away with this threat.

Consequently, it can be surmised that the Thule Society created DAP with but one strategic objective: use it as a tool in the already evident existential war against Bolshevism and the Soviet Russia (subsequently the Soviet Union and its tool – the Comintern).

Which for all practical purposes meant that the ultimate objectives of DAP were to (1) seize political power in Germany (using any and all means and tools available) and (2) use this power to fight and win the existential war against Bolshevism (“Russian Marxism”) and the Soviet State.

DAP was a political startup; consequently, it had the simplest structure possible – a loose group of like-minded individuals. The structure was not important as it was always known (and is still known) that there are three success factors for any startup – management, management and management.

Consequently, Thule Society focused squarely on (1) finding the right candidate for the position of Der Führer of DAP; and (2) transforming this individual into the most gifted (genius-level, essentially) political entrepreneur in the world.

That’s how they found Adolf Hitler and (sometime in summer of 1919) successfully accomplished his transfiguration. Then they supplied him with money, the right contacts in German society, the newspaper (Völkisher Beobachter), foundations of ideology, training in all skills required for a successful political career (even after transfiguration some hands-on training was necessary). Etc., etc.

And, obviously, with competent associates (including Rudolf Hess, Alfred Rosenberg, Hans Frank) who subsequently made a vital contribution to the success of NSDAP and personally of Adolf Hitler.

As I have already mentioned, it is simply impossible to obtain a complete membership list of any genuinely powerful occult society. So we will most likely never know who (in addition to abovementioned individuals) made the necessary decisions and performed the necessary actions to provide Adolf Hitler and DAP with competencies and resources that they needed to achieve their objectives.

Which they did achieve – they prevented the Bolshevist Soviet Union (and Joseph Stalin personally) from conquering and destroying Germany, Europe and the whole Western Civilization (he had to settle for far smaller territories and far more limited changes than he originally planned).

True, NSDAP, the Nazi State and the whole Third Reich – the unique civilization created by Adolf Hitler – met their demise after only 12 years of existence. But it did not bother the Thule Society at all: The Moor has done his job – the Moor can go [into oblivion].

As I will demonstrate beyond the reasonable doubt in one of the subsequent chapters, the Thule Society – or the ones that used it as a cover – from the very beginning designed all three abovementioned systems as a very short-lived entities. Had they not been defeated and destroyed in the Second Great War, they would have inevitably been eliminated by a military coup (i.e., by Wehrmacht top brass).

His Party: the NSDAP

NSDAP_SignThis section is essentially a concise biography of NSDAP or, as it is more widely known, the Nazi Party. This biography is quite naturally divided into four key stages in a rather short life of this political entity:

  1. Pre-Hitler: 1918-19
  2. Rising to Power: 1919-33
  3. Using the Power: 1933-39
  4. Fighting the Second Great War: 1939-45

Every stage will be analyzed using a standard questionnaire (of sorts):

  1. Objectives: what the Party had to accomplish
  2. Structures: what structures (organizations, departments, etc.) the party had to create to achieve its objectives
  3. Activities: what decisions were made and actions performed to achieve these objectives
  4. Personnel: Party leaders and bureaucrats who made the decisions and performed the activities in question
  5. Results: what were the results of Party decisions and activities; whether actual results were the same as planned and if they were different, then why