The Good Old Days
The truth is a strange and wondrous thing. You just can't keep it down, can't shut it out, can't kill it. No matter how you try to suppress it, it keeps bubbling up from beneath the Iron Heel.
The British Daily Mail reports that : "One in four Germans believe there were positive aspects to Nazi rule, according to a new poll. The poll run by the weekly Stern magazine asked whether National Socialism also had some 'good sides such as the construction of the highway system, the elimination of unemployment, the low criminality rate and the encouragement of the family.' Results showed 25 per cent responded 'yes'.
"The poll, run by the Forsa agency, also showed that people aged 60 or older had the highest regard for aspects of the era, with 37 per cent answering 'yes.'" (In other words, people old enough to actually remember some bits and pieces of National Socialist Germany.) "Those who grew up directly after the war, now aged 45 to 59, were the least enthusiastic about the Nazi era, with only 15 per cent responding 'yes.'" (The de-Nazification era, when guilt and fear of the past were pounded into young Germans' brains with a sledge hammer. Their parents were devils incarnate, period, and the slightest doubt or suggestion of doubt was not permitted.)
"The finding comes after a popular talk show host was fired for praising Nazi Germany's attitude toward motherhood. Talking about Nazism in Germany, broadcaster Eva Herman said while there was 'much that was very bad, for example Adolf Hitler,' there were good things, 'for example the high regard for the mother' under the Nazis. Despite being fired from her show, Herman, 48, who has written books urging a return to more traditional gender roles in Germany, has stood by her comments. She said: 'What I wanted to express was that values which also existed before the Third Reich, such as family, children and motherhood, which were supported in the Third Reich, were subsequently done away with by the 68ers' - a reference to 1960s leftists." (This is almost an unknown phenomenon: the speaker of a politically incorrect statement in Germany refusing to retract and recant. She will probably be arrested and imprisoned.)
There is no greater testament to the power of Adolf Hitler's ideas than the fact that over six decades after the defeat of his nation and his own death, his name and his program and his wisdom are feared more than ever by the slimy Jewish thugs who now rule Europe, and every year the penalties for speaking aloud genuine "inconvenient truth" grow more and more draconian. But yet Adolf Hitler seems to be irrepressible. Sixty years of defamation, vilification and denunciation have not served to dim his memory or tarnish his message, and time after time in his Fatherland, his name and his image rise from the grave to haunt the banquet of the Jews. One day they will no longer be able to resist his resurrection and his triumphant return to the hearts and minds of his countrymen.