Achtung! Hitler-and-History Lies We’ve Been Told

Written by Stephanie Janiczek on August 5, 2013

For decades, even while he was in power, Adolf Hitler was attacked as a right-winger. Of course, his racism provoked that assessment as well as his militarism; however, when put to the test and proper study, what we have been taught and what we have been told by learned scholars is completely wrong. The obviousness of that fact is plain if one sits down and looks at the reality. Hitler was no free thinking, wild eyed individualist — he was a corporatist and a socialist.

First of all, we have him admitting his socialism. He doesn’t call Nazism by anything else other than National Socialism. Professors I know would be flipping their lids at me for daring to say what I am saying, but I knew they were lying when I was studying this. How could Hitler, who controlled Churches, Media, Schools, the Military, Health Care and everything else, be a right-winger? Was it because he was a racist? So, racism apparently makes a Nazi, or member of the National SOCIALIST German WORKER’S Party a right-winger? How convenient.

When I was in school, as in high school, I was always wondering why my teachers called Hitler right-wing. After learning about the rise of National Socialism in Germany, and then Communism, I was struck by similarities. When I asked about this issue, I was told well, they had similarities but really they were far different. That seemed convenient then and it makes zero sense now. Why, you ask? I’ll explain.

Any form of government that controls healthcare, the economy, education and the news media is totalitarian by definition. And if the government controls the economy, either through out-right central control or through large scale corporations, they are socialist. Healthcare control is just a freebie because, if you control the economy, you by virtue of that will control health care. Nazi controlled Germany was all that. For an example, look at the Nazi euthanasia program:

So, why would professors, high school teachers and so called learned scholars throw Adolf Hitler and his love of the worker, and controlling people’s lives even to whom they married, be so happy to throw him at us? I have a theory. It is not that complicated. Just follow my line of thinking.

Hitler and his minions wanted to control Germany. They said they were patriotic Germans. This lie helped them establish their credentials with the veterans of the First World War and conservatives who were looking to anyone to give Germany back her place in the world. The Communists were not patriotic.

Here’s the difference: the message. Hitler knew how the rank and file German folk felt about Germany and he used it. His later rantings, as Berlin was being razed to the ground and his empire was reduced to a city block, proves that he was no more a German Patriot than any Communist his brown shirts killed. In other words, Hitler used patriotism to get power. There is a lot more to be said about this subject but there’s no space here to talk about it.

Hitler was able to harness the German’s love of discipline for his efforts. The Germans were very easy to seduce. Now think about this: almost 15 years of staggering, mind-boggling inflation, lawlessness and amorality and here’s this small man with a small mustache going on about law and order and morality. In reality, he was no more law-abiding or worried about morals than the people he wanted to destroy, the Communists. He used the German fear of Communism to shove National Socialism down the Germans’ throats and they didn’t realize it. It was a choice between two versions of Lucifer and they had no idea because they were so brow beaten and done.

Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation ullamco laboris nisi ut aliquip ex ea commodo consequat. Excepteur sint occaecat cupidatat non proident.

Stephanie Janiczek is a former Capitol Hill Staff Assistant, Schedule C Appointee and Leadership Institute alum. Military Wife, Hunter, Horse enthusiast, dog owner, writer and feminist kryptonite.