35 Burst results for "Hitler"

Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:25 min | 4 d ago

Larry Taunton: The WEF's Unspoken Agenda Is Depopulation

"Well, we were talking about Kissinger just a moment ago and really what I want to drive home is this whole idea that at bottom the World Economic Forum. Whatever their videos they put out and the sound very good and they're various feel good, a conferences and these kinds of things. The World Economic Forum at bottom, they're unspoken or let's just say it's not unspoken, but quietly spoken, agenda is depopulation. And this began with the predicament of mankind in 1970 and the fact that Kissinger and 74 is pushing in a classified document, a classified report to the president of the United States, depopulation. And he says, look, we need a global version of Planned Parenthood. And now in this document, he's speaking quite openly because he's not anticipating this is or ever going to be read by people like you and me. But you have this agenda being pushed in a very big way. Now, the Kissinger connection is important because Kissinger was a professor at Harvard's Kennedy school of government. And guess who one of his star pupils was? I was going to guess either Satan or Adolf Hitler and I realized neither of those really would make sense.

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Larry Taunton's Eye-Opening Series About Klaus Schwab

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:00 min | 4 d ago

Larry Taunton's Eye-Opening Series About Klaus Schwab

"Now, you've done this deep dive into Klaus Schwab and the World Economic Forum. And it's really gruesome stuff to me. It's gruesome. And it takes a brave man like you to look into this. For people who know nothing about who this monster Klaus Schwab is, tell us, please. Yeah, the Klaus Schwab in the World Economic Forum. Maybe some of the people who are watching us are listening right now, Eric, I don't know anything about them. They don't know anything about who these people are in it. It all sounds like a Bond villain. In fact, he looks like a Bond villain. He looks like he looks like Ernst blofeld. Schwab does. And what I find very interesting about him, Eric, or at least not directly about him, but what people say about him is all the conspiracy theories that float around the Internet. And what I decided to do was what I or you would do if we were researching any topic for a book or biographically, and that is to see what could be known about Schwab versus what wasn't known about him. So for instance, people seem to focus on was his father and Nazi. And what is he a Rothschild? And all these things that these consumers, all kinds of strange things like this, and instead people were missing the really important things. In other words, if we're talking about a figure like, let's say, Adolf Hitler, there were so many, so many theories about Hitler rather than actually reading mind cough. So what I decided to do was focus on what could be known. And that meant reading Schwab's books, books like COVID-19, the great reset, the great narrative, and seeing what the man himself was saying,

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Amber Athey: Pres. Trump Gave a Measured, Disciplined Speech

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | Last week

Amber Athey: Pres. Trump Gave a Measured, Disciplined Speech

"First first things first last night was the Trump speech You know it's interesting I'm trying to cover it in a really kind of sober way so everybody feels comfortable here regardless of who you're going to support in the primary Everybody knows my personal feelings I've aired them a thousand times but I thought the speech was different for Trump because it was very issue oriented And it was characterized by a lot of people is boring Which is interesting because I think it was any other politician amber would be characterized far differently but because we're so used to Trump and the bombast and he's just his general temperament during speeches that he's just almost can't win when you're him anymore You stick with the issues you're boring you go off the cuff and say stuff you're a lunatic you know your Hitler or something like that He's gonna rough spot your thoughts on the speech Yeah I mean I like to see it I think it was pretty funny to watch people characterize it as sleepy or low energy hearkening back and forth to Trump's own attacks on Jeb Bush back in 2016 because typically the words that would be used to describe a speech like that would be measured or disciplined or focused It doesn't get that luxury And I like that he talked about the issues and again it's kind of funny to hear the same people who constantly accuse Trump of being divisive and overly bombastic Also criticize him for the speech that he gave last night But I gave it a good review I like the speech I thought that he did a good job of contrasting his own presidency to the current administration and just sounded really hopeful and optimistic for the future which I think is what the country really needs right now

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Never Surrender: What Can We Learn From Churchill?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last week

Never Surrender: What Can We Learn From Churchill?

"New world with all its power and might steps fast to the rescue and the liberation of the old that speech by Winston Churchill was given on June 4th, 1940. Interesting, I never thought about this turning point USA was founded on June 5th, obviously. 82 years later, but interestingly enough, the speech, we shall fight on the beaches by Winston Churchill, was given at a time when if you listen carefully to what he is saying, he's basically saying we are all alone, but our will, the will of the people, the will of our aisle, through blood, toil, tears, and sweat will overcome whatever they throw at us. And this speech, more than anything else, terrified the national socialist Workers Party. This speech given by Winston Churchill was the thing that Hitler and Mussolini and the axis of evil feared the most. What they feared was a battle cry of the will. You see, the only way that the axis was going to win is if the English speaking people, the anglosphere would surrender. And Churchill knew this, Churchill studied them, Churchill was warning for years. About how this axis of evil, they did everything they could to break your resolve. And Churchill, he flushed it out, and he basically said, every square inch that we have on this aisle, we will fight. And that famous line we shall never surrender. We shall fight on the beaches, we shall fight on the landing grounds, basically what he's saying is every square inch. Imaginable, we will defend.

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The Democrats Have Ran on Nothing

Dennis Prager Podcasts

01:57 min | 2 weeks ago

The Democrats Have Ran on Nothing

"We have had to stare down for years now is, as we are saying, we hold these views and we think yours are wrong or yours aren't as good or maybe if we're really ramped up yours are dangerous. That will come up every once in a while. It'll come up today. What we've gotten in return from the left is these are our views and you are stupid. These are our views and you are evil. These are our views and you are racist. These are our views and you are Hitler. It used to be that, in fact, there's an old axiom, a maxim, a premise, I'll Google it in a minute of how long it takes for somebody in any debate to invoke Hitler, and that's when you know they've pretty well lost and they've gone to the mat. Hitler. As soon as you invoke that, and it's kind of a, it's spoken of mockingly. But I'm dead serious about this. There was James Clyburn the third most powerful Democrat. In the house. And there he was, given the opportunity to distance from what he had said about that if Republicans win, it's Hitler back from the dead. And he said, no, we've seen this before. We have seen it before. And the world still exists. He said, we're not saying the world is going to end. The world didn't end when Hitler arose, he said. On Fox News Sunday was Shannon breen. He said, you know, Hitler came before Hitler after Hitler, there was still world, but this is the choice that we face. There was Joe Biden a moment ago saying democracy itself is on the ballot as if there is a danger to democracy. This is all they have. This is all they have.

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Jim Clyburn Compares 'Election Deniers' to Nazism

Mark Levin

01:22 min | 2 weeks ago

Jim Clyburn Compares 'Election Deniers' to Nazism

"Go ahead Congressman you've repeatedly made comments about Hitler about nazism about Germany in the 1930s in recent years You've gotten a lot of pushback from that from Jewish organizations and others who say it belittles the suffering of the Holocaust of the millions who were lost Your response I've talked to many Jews There are many years in my congressional district And they are very supposed to buy it They know that this is the stuff that causes those kinds of deteriorations in democracy This is not anything about whether or how difficult it was I talk about slavery and how difficult it was but that to discuss the facts of what's going on here election denials setting up positions by which little committees by governors can overturn the results of election There we go Hillary talks about 2024 We've played that before Where she talks about how that will be Fixed election for the Republicans 2022 they keep talking about the Republicans as election deniers I'm telling you they're laying the foundation

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Jim Clyburn: Trumpism ‘Parallels’ Nazism

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:40 min | 2 weeks ago

Jim Clyburn: Trumpism ‘Parallels’ Nazism

"Is yesterday with Fox News channels, Shannon bream on Fox News Sunday. Congressman, you've repeatedly made comments about Hitler about nazism about Germany in the 1930s in recent years. You've gotten a lot of pushback from that from Jewish organizations and others who say it belittles the suffering of the Holocaust of the millions who were lost. Your response. I've talked to many Jews. There are many years in my congressional district. And they are very supportive about it. They know that this is the stuff that causes those kinds of deteriorations in democracy. This is not anything about whether or how difficult it was, I talk about slavery. And how difficult it was, but that to discuss the fact of what's going on here, election denials, setting up positions by which little committees by governors can overturn the results of election. To call the press, the enemy of the people to co op evangelicals. And a lot about religion. And I know there's always an attempt to call up a religion and that is what's going to hit on here. Congressman, that's fine. But that's a very clear history, all of my life. Okay. History. And I'm telling you what I see here parallels to what the history world. Okay. This world back in the 19 30s. Congressman. Okay.

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Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

Stephanie Miller's Happy Hour Podcast

02:31 min | 2 weeks ago

Joe Madison Highlights the Parallels Between Trump and Hitler

"The way you speak about certain issues, I just, you know, you're so one of a kind. You tweeted black men don't let the media or anyone else use you as a scapegoat vote. You just said get souls to the polls and mobilize because our democracy is on the ballot. I feel like that's been said so much. The people don't understand. It is literally the truth that our democracy is on the ballot, period. That's what this election is about. And who was that Clyburn? We played a clip today. Clyburn, who was a history teacher who was a historian. He said, look, I know that there is a comparison between what Hitler and the Nazis did in the 30s in Germany. There is there are parallels to this history, and he is absolutely 100% correct. Today's brown shirts are the oath keepers. The Proud Boys. And there is no question about it. Because the Brown church did what the black shirts did in Italy. Hitler admired Mussolini and the black shirts. He was a big fan. And then along comes the brown shirts. And what did they do? They beat up people. They went after Jewish people. They went after anybody who wasn't a potential or a Nazi. Yeah. And the set and the sad thing is, and one third, he got elected by just one third because most people didn't take Adolf Hitler and the Nazis seriously. And also, go ahead. Yeah, I'm sorry, Joel. Also, he got away with the coup. And this is what it is so critical that Donald Trump be prosecuted. I mean, people like if you read a history book, Hitler came back. I mean, and do we hear we hear November 14th? Trump's going to declare. To try to presumably stay out of prison. I mean, that's right. And by the way, you know, and I learned this from, again, from your group. I mean, you get some really good lawyers on and I learn and listen. So he can also use that campaign money. He is in that campaign money. Check with an attorney, but I think he's using that campaign. Money to defend himself.

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Mark Levin in 2020: We Don't Need Lectures From the Party of Violence

Mark Levin

01:23 min | 3 weeks ago

Mark Levin in 2020: We Don't Need Lectures From the Party of Violence

"I want to remind you about violence If you listen to this program things that we have said I have said here for years but we went back just the 2020 Violence And the Democrats and the media April 17 2020 cut 19 go So the president tweets out liberate Minnesota You know liberate New York liberate these dark blue states and you're not the left in the media are saying He's encouraging violence These same Democrats who supported Black Lives Matter and antifa at least kept their mouths shut They said the president is encouraging violence by using the word liberate how about resistance Does that word encourage violence How about calling Trump Hitler or Stalin Does that encourage violence The Democrats are always encouraging violence They're violent Their base is violent The Republican base isn't violent In part because the Republican base is much older than the Democrat base but it's not violent We don't need lectures from the party of violence So the president says liberate the word liberate oh he must mean violence This is how sick the meteor And they are sick

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John Zmirak Is Back From Europe!

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:59 min | Last month

John Zmirak Is Back From Europe!

"Talking to Johns mirac he's back from Europe. He claims to have been to Europe, but John, you seem the same. There's a beautiful background behind you. I think that's how I hieronymus Bosch painted, and we're talking about your article at stream dot org. It has the helpful title. Go ahead. Oh, okay. Should Chris, sorry. Should Christians try to think of the best of our enemies motives? Or is that just stupid? Now, if you look at the article, there's a picture with it that kind of almost makes the article unnecessary. It's a picture of Neville Chamberlain and Adolf Hitler and Munich. Neville Chamberlain thought the best strove to think the best of Hitler's motives. He really just wants to protect the sudeten Germans from those nasty mean democratic liberal checks who are presumably persecuting them because Hitler said so. And why would somebody lie about something like that? And Hitler has no further territorial demands in Europe and we're going to achieve peace in our time just by appeasing him by giving him half a loaf and he'll settle for that and the will avoid war. That's one example, one infamous example of thinking the best of your enemy's motives. A current infamous ridiculous example is a House leader Kevin McCarthy, who's saying, we're not going to impeach Joe Biden. We're not going to hold political hearings on our enemies. That's what the Democrats do. We're not going to stoop to their level. Oh, so you're not going to actually protect us. You're not actually going to play the political game by the new rules that are in effect. No, you're going to pretend that this is 1950 when both political parties are pro life pro American and patriotic.

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Adidas Does 180 on Kanye

The Officer Tatum Show

01:28 min | Last month

Adidas Does 180 on Kanye

"Quit being a hypocrite. Because I said this yesterday, Adidas is literally named after a Nazi. If you gonna get mad at yay for what he said, you should be, you should be understanding that it's problematic that the founder of your company, what he did, what he stood for. Y'all ain't. I see Jewish people, some people. Not all. Some Jewish people pointing at the Adidas sign. Like, yeah, this is a victory for Jewish people. What the are you talking about? It's named after a dude that was a Nazi. He joined the Nazi Party. He making shoes for Nazis in what they call him the Hitler youth. His name is literally Adolf. You can't be that hypocritical. That's like me going in a company called Jameson. Let me just I'm making his name up. So if there's a company out there, I'm not talking about you. They say that there's a company called Jameson, right? And Jameson just fired a white man for saying disparaging things against black people. But jamison is the name of a klans member that owns slaves. Now, what how stupid does it look that I'm pointing at the name jamison like, look, as a black man, look, they standing up for black rights. Let's go out and support jamison. Let me wear a jamison shirt.

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MSNBC Compares the GOP to German Nazis

Mark Levin

01:00 min | Last month

MSNBC Compares the GOP to German Nazis

"This is MSNBC You had this Jason Johnson Now you have joy Reid Go ahead I'm sure everybody minds You know I think there are some people who will just sit back and let it happen thinking it won't be that bad And that to me is almost more dangerous than the radicals Well I mean I'm not calling I'm not going to say that the GOP are Nazis at this point or whatever but it's certainly sounds very familiar to what happened in Germany which is a bunch of citizens stayed off Hitler gets a third of the vote Nobody thought it could happen there They kind of went along because they said he was going to solve the economy and fix inflation That's right Because you can hear those sorts of things And then lo and behold a few years later they lost their democracy and they're all like so ladies and gentlemen you see you see I'm not going to call them Nazis but it's certainly reminds me of Nazis and Hitler Because Hitler said he was going to solve inflation

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Is Democracy Now Fascism? Lord Conrad Black Weighs In

America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast

02:13 min | Last month

Is Democracy Now Fascism? Lord Conrad Black Weighs In

"On the right win in 2022 in November next month, to me, democracy looks like it's over in America, fascism is here to stay. And if they lose, we get maybe another insurrection, domestic terrorism, a Civil War God forbid. Maddie Hassan MSNBC with a strange definition of fascism if the Republicans win the election, then fascism has arrived. I guess the majority picking who should be in Congress is Marie Hussain's definition of fascism. I know somebody who will have a very different one. Presidential historian former media mogul, financier, judicial reform advocate, and just an all around good friend of the show, lord Conrad black, welcome back to America first. Thanks, Sebastian. I'm delighted to come back and listen to such rubbish. I mean, what that man said. I mean, this is the representative of one of the leading networks. Yes. Democracy is fascism. Now, in fact, fascism as those of you who are listening to are interested are aware was in fact a bunch of street bullies wearing black shirts bearing symbolically the faces as symbol of the authority of the Roman Republic, the Caesars and Julius Caesar anyway. And marching upon Rome and installing an authoritarian government, apart from that Mussolini, he was essentially just one of history's more spectacular scoundrels, though an able man in many ways. I made it up as he went along, but he fell under the spell of Hitler and ended up being shot by communists and hung upside down a gas station. That's fascism. With his girlfriend, hung upside down. And how you equate that to the Republicans winning an election, which happened when Abraham Lincoln and Theodore Roosevelt and Dwight Eisenhower and Ronald Reagan, for example, were elected. How you equate that to the Republicans winning an election. I think that's something of psychiatrists and people who deal with severely deranged people would have to have to survey. But let's

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The Left Will Never Stop Harassing Conservatives

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:23 min | Last month

The Left Will Never Stop Harassing Conservatives

"He was a Nazi. He was Hitler. He was Satan. He was a dictator. He was a racist. He was corrupt. He was a tool of the wealthy. The newspapers hated him. The entire comedy industry devoted itself to the singular task of mocking and discrediting him. His name, Richard Nixon. And Ronald Reagan, and George Bush, and George Bush again, and Donald Trump. And whoever comes after Trump. For almost as long as anyone can remember, leftists have reserved the right to dispense with reason and critiquing their political opponents. Relying instead on biased personal insults. This is always true for whoever carries the banner of leader of the Republican Party. Especially if that leader is also president. Sometimes these attacks work as they did during the administrations of Nixon and both bushes. And sometimes they become epic self owns. As was the case for Reagan and Trump, whose legacies of peace and prosperity seem now like some forgotten golden age of legend. It doesn't matter when this tactic fails. Just like it never matters when leftists fail at anything. In a matter of decades in the 20th century, they can spill more blood in the name of communism than the entire history of religious wars combined. And yet still criticize all religions for being divisive.

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Pastor Jack Hibbs: The Importance of 'Stop Prop 1' in California

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:56 min | Last month

Pastor Jack Hibbs: The Importance of 'Stop Prop 1' in California

"And pastor hibbs, you compared it to what was happening in 1930s Germany. What did you mean by that? Well, number one that there was an amazing collected media blitz going on to get everybody's eyes over to something else rather than what was really going on. And the other thing is that Hitler used the church's and communicated to them in vagueness. And so today in California, everything is being talked about as the woman's right to reproductive health. That's how it's being talked about. It's saying one thing that sounds very noble and happy and healthy while the actual law is very murderous and demonic. And so it is very much like Hitler's form of controlling the narrative and deceiving the people. And it's working here in California, but I got to tell you, people are waking up thanks to programs like yours Todd, where other people and other states are saying, wait a minute. If this is going to happen in California, we know something. If it happens in California, it's going to come to Texas. It's going to come to New Jersey. It's going to come to Nebraska. So there are some people that are gathering together and getting behind our effort. Our effort is stopped, prop one dot com stop, prop with the number one dot com and they can get more information, they can certainly help us out because we want to counter his billboard signs. Newsom is using billboard signs and 5 other states red states, by the way, red states, saying, come to California, you can have an abortion, don't tell your parents and California will pay for it and nobody needs to know. This is absolutely insane. And then if

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Pastor Jack Hibbs Speaks on the Aims of the Chinese Communist Party

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:06 min | Last month

Pastor Jack Hibbs Speaks on the Aims of the Chinese Communist Party

"It interesting that Charlie and the view were speaking out of is predominantly with Klaus Schwab with the great reset a European type of genesis from that direction, but it's interesting to take note that the CCP, the communist Chinese party, now these are alternatives. These are opponents in globalism pursuits, but it's interesting that Satan is one and the same. But he spreads his propaganda and you say, well, what does China have to do with what we're talking about here? The CCP learned decades ago, and they even put it into print that they could never, as Charlie said, it's true. China believes that they could never beat us militarily. And so they did what Alexa took bill did. They began to research what makes America unique. We got to find a way to infiltrate and lessen its impact because we're not going to be in its military. And so as they looked, they began to find out that, well, Hitler said this and Stalin and marks, these guys said this. And so we know this. Let's take a look at the children. And so they looked at child education in America. And you may be surprised to find out that the inroads that the CCP has made, the funding, bringing money into the education system. And the money's not coming in saying, I am money from China to overthrow you. It's all veiled and it's all layered, but here's what got me going was the CCP's concern like, I think, Klaus Schwab is concerned in the World Economic Forum is because the author of both those insanities is Satan. China figured out the church has got to go away for us to be successful in what we want to do. We've got to see the deconstruction of the nuclear family. We've got to get racism stoked and we've got to get the church intimidated shutdown or somehow silenced.

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Anxiety Bubbles Around Elon Musk's Twitter Takeover

The Dinesh D'Souza Podcast

01:47 min | Last month

Anxiety Bubbles Around Elon Musk's Twitter Takeover

"I'm seeing a lot of anxiety on social media, particularly on Twitter about what's going to happen when Elon Musk takes over Twitter. Now, this is what I call the the anxiety of the totalitarian, because these totalitarian and, you know, when we say totalitarian, we normally think of Stalin or Hitler, but there are lots of little hitlers, or at least you may say that the Hitler sensibility. The sensibility of shutting up my critics. The sensibility of allowing me to say anything I want and if anybody goes against me, I'm going to make sure that they are kicked out, excommunicated, ostracized, made into pariahs, their life ruined. This strain is really, even though the left keeps calling the right authoritarian, there's no one in the right who feels this way, who enjoys the totalitarian impulse. But on the left, many people do. I'm not saying all do, but many do. And they're worried, it's not that Twitter is going to kick them off. In fact, I had a tweet. In which I basically said that Elon Musk should take all these progressive blue checks. And just ban them for a week. I mean, ideally for a month, but my point is not because I like banning people. It's just to show them what it feels like when you are given that treatment. It's actually the educate them and free speech. And they would go Berserk if that happened. So I think Elon Musk should do it just for fun. And also for this, as I say, powerfully didactic or educational purpose. These are people who are really angry, not because they're going to be kicked off. They're angry because Elon Musk is not going to kick people like me off.

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How the Left Uses Psychological Projection With John Zmirak

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:28 min | Last month

How the Left Uses Psychological Projection With John Zmirak

"Muir, what else must we discuss? So we're talking about how the left uses psychological projection. And projection is something goes all the way back to the Garden of Eden. Satan told eve that God was jealous of human beings and felt threatened by them and was trying to restrict them and tear them down. But in fact, that's what Satan was doing. Hitler and the Nazis, they got hold of this book the protocols of the elders of Zion, it claimed there was a tiny cabal of conspirators who wanted to tyrannize the world and destroy traditional values and just wield absolute power. And it was true except it wasn't the Jews. It was the Nazis where that conspiracies. And they were projecting their own guilt onto the innocent Jews. The communists did the same thing. When they called everyone a fascist, you know, liberal Democrats or fascist monarchists or fascists. It should be because there is a political party that's morally indistinguishable from the fascists. It's the Communist Party. Well, in our own time, the Democrats claimed that Donald Trump's election in 2016 was a threat to democracy that required a resistance. He was corruptly colluding with a hostile foreign power and you would abuse the government's power to persecute his opponents. Well, none of that was true of Donald Trump, but all of it is true of the former Joe Biden.

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"hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

06:18 min | 9 months ago

"hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"Morally and ethically, acceptable for them to violate their rows of allegiance to Adolf Hitler. We'll come to all that. Hitler, as he always did, we'll give Hindenburg the full show. He will accord him a send off equal to any Kaiser and more. On August 6th, the funeral procession commences at the Kroll opera house. Born on a gun carriage, the coffin is wheeled past row after row of grim faced black clan, SS men. Hindenburg had wanted to be buried at his ancestral home. But Hitler will have none of it. The field marshal is spirited off to Tannenberg instead. The sight of his greatest military victory. There he is interred in the middle of the grand monument with its huge 70 foot towers and flames shooting into the sky. At the end of the funeral, Hitler, as head of state, is passed an envelope. It is Hindenburg's last will and testament. His parting wishes for his people. But the Führer is displeased with the contents and rips it up. The old Germany, the Germany Weimar, is over. It's how things are made. Would appear to be this high. My military. Would need my alarm and knee my mind and would be my father or me by my turn. As labor. I just hide. Under Adolf Hitler's absolute control. The fatherland will now face the world in its new guise. A totalitarian state of the most pure and brutal kind. An arrangement its Führer declares will last a thousand years. It will cause untold devastation. The deaths of tens of millions, and an attempted genocide of an entire people. Its actions still scar the world today. The first German Reich or realm had been that of the Holy Roman Empire. The second Reich was that of the kaisers. This Adolf Hitler..

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"hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

Real Dictators

07:21 min | 9 months ago

"hitler" Discussed on Real Dictators

"The plain taxis to a halt, its passenger, Adolf Hitler, is in a deep, dark funk. Despite his extensive aerial election campaigning, he still not a comfortable flyer. That never helps his mood. Plus is host today. The Italian dictator Benito Mussolini has been overheard describing the new German leader as a model headed fool. But it's more than that. It's the sheer indignity of the trip. Going cap in hand to another? This is something that just doesn't happen in the Hitler universe. Since Germany's withdrawal from the League of Nations, the Nazi state is fast becoming an international pariah. The old foes are getting flustered. Hitler can play the gentleman only likes, sending a congratulatory telegram to the newly elected president of the United States, Franklin D. Roosevelt. He can hold a convivial lunch at Britain's league minister, Antony Eden. But he isn't kidding anyone. The American Jewish Congress, amongst others, is flabbergasted at the direction this new Nazi Germany is taking. Adolf Hitler is giving the world a major headache. Franz meanwhile has been making overtures to countries in Eastern Europe, Poland, Czechoslovakia, the USSR, floating the idea of an anti Nazi block. Hitler has since bought off Poland with a meaningless non aggression pact. But the threat for Germany remains one of tactical encirclement. It's the same old two step that led Europe to war in 1914. It will put a dent in Hitler's plans to lead his people, his folk into the promised land of conquered Slavic territory, the living space, Lehman. Unlike Germany, Italy was one of the First World War's victors, the founder member of the League of Nations. But Mussolini's now having some troubles himself. The league hasn't cared much for his military adventuring in Libya, or his neighbor bombardment of corfu he seems bent on making mischief in Albania and Ethiopia. Fascist Italy will help provide a counterweight to the French, Hitler believes. He and el duce, as Italy's leader is known, must present a united front. Mussolini will be his useful idiot. If you discount Hitler's war service and his earlier shuttling between Austria and Bavaria, this excursion to Venice is his very first trip abroad. For an aspiring world leader, one now aged 45. This is surprising. Hitler's people have chosen the perfect spot for the meeting with Mussolini. The Palazzo vendramin Calais, on the Grand Canal. It's where Richard Wagner Hitler's favorite composer spent his final days. But they've misjudged the rest of it. Hitler already in a grump, a lights in his crumpled suit and oversized raincoat. He's confronted by the sight of a stiff armed, saluting Mussolini, replete with black uniform and gold braid. Behind him stands a guard of honor, dolled up to the 9s. Mussolini has been something of a pin up for Hitler. Fascists have been in power in Italy for a full 12 years. He even has a bus to build ducey in his office. And doesn't Mussolini know it. As Hitler approaches, the Italian whispers to an aid. Hail imitator. In the macho faceoff, Mussolini embarrasses the Führer further by making him lead an inspection of his troops. Hitler shuffles down the ranks, sweaty, disheveled. Hitler climbs gingerly into the motorboat that will take them across the lagoon. Virile Mussolini stands strident at the prow. The tin pot posturing soon descends into fast. As they cruise past the row of naval destroyers, closer inspection of a display of flags revealed it to be the sailor's underwear flapping on the line. In the Piazza San Marco, Venice's great square. Il duce subjects Hitler to a marching parade. As an off key band plays. But the goose stepping Italian troops cut across each other, bumping into one another. Rival regiment starts squaring up. The odd couple push on regardless. Hitler barks at Mussolini in his impenetrable Bavarian dialect. Mussolini and his schoolboy germ and shouts back. Neither was able to understand a single word the other is saying. Nothing is settled. Nothing is achieved. At the official reception and Hitler embarks on a two hour rant, a yawning Mussolini sneaks off early. In Berlin, in Rome, the meeting is reported as a tremendous success. Since January 1933, when he became Chancellor. Hitler's power grab has proceeded with a speed and ruthlessness that has taken even his most fanatical followers by surprise. Not long after getting his feet under the desk came the Reichstag fire. The suspicious burning down of the German parliament building gifted Hitler, an excuse to implement draconian emergency legislation. Within mere weeks, Hitler's rivals were crushed. Communists, social Democrats, and liberals now languish in work camps. Freedom of the press has been abolished. Trade unions are no more. Jews are banned from public life. Hitler has Chancellor, now wields executive, dictatorial authority. Though he still has one final task to fulfill before his totalitarian project is complete. Since the very beginning Hitler's rise has been backed by the muscle of his street army, the storm up Taiwan, the SA in their brown shirt uniforms, these paramilitaries have been Hitler's boots on the ground. The fists in the face, the enforcers of Nazi rule. But of late, there has been trouble brewing. Doctor Chris Dillon in early 1934, on paper, there's 3 million SA men, another one and a half million men in associated coordinated groups. And these men are very much kind of like aware of the power that the collective presence of their bodies performs on the German streets. So they marauded through towns throughout Germany, thumbs in buckles, disdainful and arrogant, and they sing of a second revolution that would overthrow the.

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03:23 min | 9 months ago

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"Is not the time. He hangs up. Hamstring will tries again. If you don't believe me, he snaps, then you better get over there and see for yourself. Goebbels and Hitler had been chilling out, listening to records. Putting the world to Nazi rights, but within minutes, they're in the Mercedes. Hurtling up Wilhelm strasser at 60 mph..

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04:00 min | 9 months ago

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"He's gifted the chancellorship at a time where in some ways the Nazi wave has broken. That day, Hitler waits at goebbels Berlin apartment. When goring gets word of Hindenburg's decision, he rushes over to break the news. Hitler, beaming from ear to ear, must still make assurances. He gives some flannel about mutual cooperation. He promises that the next round of elections will definitely be the last. Little did they realize that Hitler means this quite literally. Next morning, January 30th, with no official confirmation, papen sets a deadline. The appointment must be made by 11 a.m.. There are rumors of schleicher raising troops. The whole thing could descend into Civil War. At ten 35 a.m., Hitler and his cabinet joined papen on the short walk to the president's palace. They marched through the gardens in the snow, and has shown up to an office where they wait for Hindenburg to call them in. There's already bickering amongst the uncomfortable new bedfellows. Hitler is already arguing for more power. At last, the great office doors swing open. Hitler and the cabinet ministers enter. Hindenburg neither greets, nor congratulates them. Nor does he personally offer Hitler at the top job. He simply can not bring himself to utter the words. There is a swift swearing in ceremony. Finnish in the style of a shotgun wedding as one commentator puts it. Adolf Hitler one time street vagabond.

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07:08 min | 9 months ago

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"At the belt. Hindenburg is a walking caricature of Prussian militarism. Sword dangling Chester washed with medals. His illustrious military career extends as far back as the Austro Prussian war of 1866. Opposing him is the humble little Corporal. But that's exactly how the Nazis want to play it. They are a party not of the untitled, not even of the country. But of the people. The folk. Where Hindenburg rambles about old Prussian glories, Hitler keeps his message simple. It's about freedom and bread. Goebbels sums it up with another neat slogan. Honor Hindenburg, vote Hitler. There is a fly in the ointment. Remember when Hitler renounced his Austrian citizenship back in 1925. He has been stateless ever since. Not yet, German at all. In fact, he is not legally permitted to run for high office. Fortunately, there's been a bit of chicanery. On February 25th, the minister of the interior of the state of Brunswick appoints Hitler as a special attache. Upon Hitler is conferred the citizenship of Brunswick and with it automatically of the Weimar Republic. Adolf Hitler has spent his whole life fantasizing about this moment. He is Atlas officially a German. As the days count down, Hitler embarks on another massive speaking tour. There are gimmicks deployed, pioneering ones. The Nazis mount loudspeakers on trucks that roll through the streets of Germany, broadcasting the party's message. There are 50,000 gramophone records of Hitler's speeches mailed out. Hitler makes a publicity film that is projected at night in public squares across the country. The first ever party political broadcast. They will soon be a budget people's radio and offer. The Volkswagen finger, the people's receiver, so you can invite uncle Dolph into your parlor. As a brand, the Nazis are becoming something else. They are not just a party, but a movement. Selling a lifestyle and wandered serious merge. There are Nazi buttons, badges, mugs, ashtrays, Hitler posters, and all featuring that trademark logo, the broken arm cross of the swastika, copied with the most supreme of ironies from an ancient Hindu peace symbol. Professor Claudia coons Germany had trading cards that came with chewing gum, tobacco, candy. And the Nazi Party produced albums that people could fill in with color, cards, of the Nazi Party leadership of Hitler's childhood, cards showing Nazi Party doctrine. And so you got the album for free, and every time you bought a particular brand of cigarettes, you would get a trading card. And somewhere more rare than others. And so this was popular and it integrated consumerism with politics. But the host vessel song already bagged as an anthem. Tootsie hamstring comes up with a chant that the faithful can use at rallies. A fan of American football from his time in the U.S. is inspired by the yell that resounded across the bleachers at his old university. It becomes Sieg heil, Sieg heil. The stiff right armed salute goes with it. The length of time one is able to sustain it becomes a mark of one's manhood. It's said that Hitler can keep it up for 7 hours. In this new Nazi universe, no detail is left to chance. The Nazis even have their own typeface, fracture, an ornate gothic script it's used in all official documentation. In an effort to spruce themselves up. A clothes designer is brought in. Enter a man named Hugo boss. Whose fashions are already getting some attention. A Nazi Party member and personal sponsor of the SS. Hugo boss works wonders with his favorite units uniform. He has his seamstresses knock up a tight fitting all black ensemble of tunic, jodhpurs, and jackboots. One that promotes an upright posture. Incorporated into the design is an old Prussian regimental badge. A skull emblazoned on the cap. Throw in the lightning bolt motif, the figure hugging leathers, and this is racy stuff. Only one whip away from S&M professor Nicholas have shown us what you have is consistency and control across the brand signifiers. Everything from uniforms to typeface to symbols to rituals. There is an extraordinary degree of coherence and coordination. The interesting question is why. It's partially answered by Hitler himself. See a parent is spent hours in Munich public library, digging up symbols and sites to use. He paid huge attention to a matters of symbolism. And this was what he was all about. None of its original, not the fascist salute the seek high or anything else. But there is a consistent coordination, a house style, and in particular we mentioned Hugo boss. They really did understand male vanity. There's a photograph of major general fortune syringing the Scottish division to Erwin Rommel. In 1940, in France, and the contrast couldn't be more great. General fortune is wearing a kind of baggy boiler suit. And Rommel is dressed to the 9s in tight fitting well tailored. Field gray uniform with the on cross, standing seductively over his chest. And absolutely screaming supremacy and hubris with the booths and all of it. They cost him the nation. Nazism is very male thing, and they really get it at so many levels, which other regimes just dead. It's a visual feast. It really leaves the brain reading. And that is the whole point to a neutralized consciousness. That is what they achieved. The Nazis have thought of everything. There are plans in place for a utilitarian Nazi vehicle, a people's car, the Volkswagen its prototype, nicknamed the beetle due to its bug like shape. Will be.

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04:10 min | 9 months ago

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"There was a hotel messenger boy sat up front alongside the driver. He is gesticulating furiously for them to pull over. There is an urgent phone call. Hitler returns to the Deutsche hof hotel. In the lobby, a booth is set aside for him, receiver off the hook. Rudolf Hess is waiting on the line. Has something happened? There was a pause, then caught how awful. It said this is followed by a scream. Hitler's Mercedes drives a breakneck speed all the way back to Munich. His first order of business is to summon his attorney Hans Frank. There are injunctions to be issued against newspapers. For there are already stories circulating, including a rumor that gelli's nose was broken. There are other speculations, too, that himmler, the master of the dark arts, has been pulling strings. Keen to make this gully problem go away once and for all. There are whispers of a blackmail plot involving pornographic sketches Hitler had made of gelli, revealing his dark sexual inclinations. There is a suggestion that Hitler himself pulled the fatal trigger in a fit of rage, possibly on learning that his niece was pregnant, maybe by Hitler himself. Perhaps by the new suitor who is, possibly a Jew, and why did nobody hear the gunshot? Hitler, as it happens, as a solid alibi, so can absolve himself from direct personal and involvement. But the possibility of foul play is never pursued. The police rule it as a death by suicide. The body, spirited away without comprehensive autopsy. The death of gile ball of Hitler's knees remains a mystery to the present day. There is some indicators that would support the view that Hitler had her killed, but I still think that it's more likely that she seems to have killed herself. There were possibly early thoughts about suicide. We also have got to take seriously the fact that Hitler ultimately, of course, died, committing suicide, that he also at various times in his life talked about taking his own life and possibly alter once or twice earlier had to try to commit suicide. So one issue that hasn't really been explained so far in any kind of convincing fashion is about the extent to which there is something in Hitler's immediate family in terms of depression and so on that would explain a relatively high suicide rate within his own family. Hitler retreats to an empty remote country cottage out on a tagan ze Lake, an hour south of Munich. There he takes refuge, hiding away from the spotlight for a full three weeks. Shutting off from everyday communication. On arrival Shrek whispers to Hoffman, that he has hidden all the guns. The Führer's own self destructive impulses are once again to the fore. Instead, Hitler paces up and down, up and down. He calms down only slightly when a message gets through from Hans Frank. An assurance that the press aren't going to follow up on anything salacious. On September 24th, gelli's funeral takes place in Vienna. Rome attends, so does himmler, though there is no Hitler. Officially stateless, he is now banned from entering Austria, a country of his birth. But the next day Hitler climbs into the front seat of his Mercedes, alongside Shrek, and is driven through the night to the border. Nazi bodyguards transfer him to another vehicle, and smuggling across the frontier, carrying him all the way to the Vienna central cemetery. The inscription on the headstone there is a simple one. Here, sleeps our beloved child, Kelly..

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07:30 min | 10 months ago

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"Or rather to finish the first volume. Subtitled, a reckoning. Mein kampf is an attempt to prolong his 15 minutes of fame, if you will. And so he's preaching there to the converted. He's telling a political story through his life he's using the convention of a building swimming, which at that time would have been something that would be immediately recognizable to anyone in Germany. It belongs to him on is the kind of the novel of the formation of the young hero. It tends to eat this story of someone through hardship experienced they become the men that they are. There's this kind of longing for a totally new kind of political leader coming out of nowhere who had extraordinary talents and Hitler really plays into this longing for genius for someone who's really coming out of nowhere. And he's there for telling this kind of story. Almost like a fairytale. No sooner has Hess struck the end upon the final page than there is further good news. Word is coming in of parole. On the outside since the verdict Hitler supporters have been petitioning hard for his release. In September, the prison governor Otto labeled, even submitted an enthusiastic report. Peter shows himself to be a man of order of discipline, not only with regard to his own person, but also to his fellow internees. Hitler he adds is a model inmate. There is opposition. The Munich police board are less than enthused about the prospect of an armed revolutionary backed by a private army, set loose again upon the city's streets. A free Hitler would in their opinion constitute a constant danger for the internal and external security of the state. On October 6th, the Bavarian Supreme Court initially rejects the request to release Hitler. But assured that the Nazi leader would be banned from public speaking and the Nazi Party outlawed. They eventually relent. On December 19th, parole is granted. The next day, a telegram is issued to the governor of landsburg, informing him of the decision. Hitler can be freed. A 1215 p.m. on the afternoon of December 20th, 1924, with Christmas decorations up again. Hitler is officially at liberty. The state prosecutor's office is apoplectic. Of an already lenient 5 year sentence, Hitler has nearly four of those years yet to serve. From sentencing to release, this man accused of high treason a capital offense, a served just 264 days. Quite comfortable days at that. There are noises made again about getting him deported over the not insignificant detail that he's not a German citizen. Though Hitler has already got the wheels in motion on that one. As Hitler's lackeys pack up their master's things. The prison staff gathered to bid him an emotional farewell. Governor labeled has tears in his eyes. Unlike the hullabaloo surroundings incarceration, Hitler's release is a low key affair. In part down to its immediacy. No crowds this time, no press. Waiting outside by the Mercedes sent to pick him up is a Nazi photographer, Heinrich Hoffman. Hitler poses stridently in the winter chill for the compulsory propaganda snap. Over setting is unimpressive. So they relocate to a nearby gothic arch. Restaging the walk to freedom in front of le suitably Germanic backdrop. A couple of hours later, back in Munich, Hitler is walking through the door of his modest two room apartment on the top floor of 41 tier strasser. There are friends waiting, including Julius Stryker and Hermann Hesse, editor of the Bayou actor. There are yet more flowers. Prince the alsatian is so excited to see his master who bounds up in nearly knocks him over. For Hitler though, after the pooch, the trial, prison. After pouring his heart and soul into mine kampf, it all feels somewhat deflating anti climactic. In jail he existed in a Nazi echo chamber. He had no estimation of the outside world. But here everyday life has been carrying on. The economy is recovering it seems. There's more work available. Under an American financial relief package, the doors plan, millions of U.S. dollars in our stimulating Germany's financial sector. In international affairs, he learns the new foreign minister Gustav strassmann as engineered a reconciliation with France. Strassmann has been engaging enthusiastically in disarmament talks. And has also advanced Germany's membership of the League of Nations. The forerunner of the UN. Germany has come in from the cold. This isn't the turbulent fatherland that Hitler left behind. But an evolving stable nation. For a man who thrives on chaos, this is terrible news. Since being banned, the Nazis have had to contest the never ending rounds of elections. Under the umbrella of the national socialist freedom movement. They've been under the stewardship God forbid, a general ludendorff. Him again. There are cracks in the ranks, divisions over policy. National socialism in whatever guise has been hemorrhaging votes left right and center. And as for mine camp, it won't Hitler learns come out until next summer. Let's hop back to my camp for a minute. For it will, despite how it may seem at this very moment, become a literary phenomenon. This episode is brought to you by DirecTV stream. Introducing direct TV stream, the best of live TV and on demand, which means you can get all your favorite sports, movies and shows together, so you can watch new episodes of your favorite reality shows live or binge old episodes on demand. Either way, get ready for some drama, and the best part, direct TV stream has no annual contract. DirecTV stream, get your TV together at DirecTV dot com, requires high-speed Internet and compatible device content varies by packaging location restriction supply. Under a deal with a Nazi publishing house the book will be released on July 18th, 1925. The response to Hitler, the author is at first underwhelming. Dismissed and barely readable and priced prohibitively highly. Mein kampf cells probably fewer than 12,000 copies. A second volume will be written over the coming months, obsessing over Hitler's worldview. It outlines the Nazi political program and elaborates upon plans for German expansion in the east. Mein kampf the sequel will make its.

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01:57 min | 10 months ago

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"At 6 a.m. the water unlocks the door to cell number 7. Prisoner 45 stars rises and steps to the window. In the outside world, dawn has already broken on what looks set to be a delightful spring day. The soft sun dapples the trees, it glints on the snaking river lech. Such a sight would seem a slap in the face to anyone serving a long stretch in jail. A reminder of what they're missing. In stark contrast to the grim life within these walls. This inmate this April morning has particular resonance. It marks day one of a 5 year sentence. Prisoner 45 attends to his ablutions, he spends an inordinate obsessive amount of time on his oral hygiene, brushing his teeth, gardening, rinsing and repeating. As an infantryman on the western front, he was the victim of a poison gas attack. It's said he can never rid himself of the acrid taste. For all his travails, prisoner 45 knows he is actually rather lucky. Despite how it looks, this is not a bad day at all. Charged with high treason after a failed attempt to instigate a Nazi uprising. An overthrow of the German state. He should have been facing a firing squad. At the very least, spending the rest of his life behind bars. His impassioned performance at his trial, however, as won him many admirers. He has friends in the highest of places, including evidently, the judiciary. When it came to sentencing, he got off incredibly lightly. Prisoner 45 is one Adolf Hitler. And this.

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04:34 min | 10 months ago

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"That won him his iron cross. He was later a casualty of a suspected gas attack. There is evidence to suggest he may well have suffered a nervous breakdown. Hitler was in a military hospital in November 1918, recovering from its effects. When word came in of the ceasefire, the dreaded armistice. Followed in ensuing months by the Treaty of Versailles. Versailles instigated by the allied.

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05:44 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"But yeah i really find it interesting because a lot of people know the guy that i mentioned earlier i forgot his name already who He was a gay guy and openly gay guy who was high up in the in the nazi party. Until hitler basically killed him off a lot of people goebbels and and Goring and all of these big names but there were a lot of people who influenced him way earlier on who never got even interviewed about it. And i feel like like people kind of know it But if you aren't really seeking it out. Hitler had a lot of fucking jews working alongside during during the holocaust during the come up to basically until the night of the long knives and after that not many but before that we had a driver that was a on really trusted driver And he and his niece who he got to pee on no. She wasn't jewish and his favourite super special. Magic man was jewish. Yeah it's it's i. i think. I think it's really interesting to look at the people during the learning phase that that historical figures have around them. Yeah and i mean. I get exactly what you mean to to talk about the people that influenced someone's i'd is these fucked up. Political figures fucked up historical figures. They got inspiration from something in like. Yeah i can say oh it was like rian. Sit here and say yeah. Hitler hated the political system. And how the jews were in control and a lot of people at the time were blaming jewish people for their current situation but somebody helped plant that idea of going into politics yeah. Nhl offspring honestly. And i know this is very off topic. And i feel like i've mentioned it before but we've talked about it if you went back in time as stupid as sounds you'll back in time you kill adolf hitler as an infant whatever. This basically the same thing would happen because there was so much discourse at the time against jewish people that one of those people was going to rise to power..

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05:42 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"But yeah i really find it interesting because a lot of people know the guy that i mentioned earlier i forgot his name already who He was a gay guy and openly gay guy who was high up in the in the nazi party. Until hitler basically killed him off a lot of people goebbels and and Goring and all of these big names but there were a lot of people who influenced him way earlier on who never got even interviewed about it. And i feel like like people kind of know it But if you aren't really seeking it out. Hitler had a lot of fucking jews working alongside during during the holocaust during the come up to basically until the night of the long knives and after that not many but before that we had a driver that was a driving on really trusted driver And he and his niece who he got to pee on no. She wasn't jewish and his favourite super special. Magic man was jewish. Yeah it's it's i. i think. I think it's really interesting to look at the people during the learning phase that that historical figures have around them. Yeah and i mean. I get exactly what you mean to to talk about the people that influenced someone's i'd is these fucked up. Political figures fucked up historical figures. They got inspiration from something in like. Yeah i can say oh it was like rian. Sit here and say yeah. Hitler hated the political system. And how the jews were in control and a lot of people at the time were blaming jewish people for their current situation but somebody helped plant that idea of going into politics yeah. Nhl offspring honestly. And i know this is very off topic. And i feel like i've mentioned it before but we've talked about it if you went back in time as stupid as sounds you'll back in time you kill adolf hitler as an infant whatever. This basically the same thing would happen because there was so much discourse at the time against jewish people that one of those people was going to rise to power. I don't know necessarily that would have led to a holocaust probably wouldn't have been the same way so that the thing we would have gotten with the jewish people like targeted. The the thing about that is. It's the concept that.

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Pressure Points

04:26 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"He's going anti jewish hitler's intrigued. So i've got a quote here. Wait he can unde- jewish himself because that would have prevented. The holocaust only shared that sacred knowledge. That's what hitler was hyper focused on. That's why he was putting them in. Concentration camps is because he wanted to grow back there foreskin to un jewish people right. Hitler did nothing wrong. You heard i didn't do nothing wrong. I mean i didn't. I didn't either. Her cheeks dope words in my mouth. Now don't check behind your ear check under your tongue. Mouth all kit there for skin so the quote from the book is hana since first words were. If you're serious about entering politics hair hitler. why don't you learn how to speak. These are his first. Words is like an infant child to adolf hitler in nineteen twenty six eighty a master of body language honasan explained that hitler was not taking advantage of movement to emphasize his words in the next few years So this guy claimed it was Somebody who was at the party. They continued to meet briefly and hansson not only taught him the tricks of locution but also advised him on the selection of his associates. Basically said should what is the leading during talking and speeches and controlling crowd and you know gaining that attention he also said oh. You should be with this guy. Don't be friends with this guy. I heard from his wife that he's an asshole. I didn't sleep with her though. But don't be friends with this guy. Be friends with this guy. You know that kind of thing. Zam advised him to an asshole. Exactly somehow the magic So you know if that's true which there's no really reason why wouldn't be. It's just not something that can be proven. Yeah so he's besides it is a primary source so he's this guy was there and he's going. Hey pointing hitler in a direction that's going to he saying why you wanna be in politics..

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04:26 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"He's going anti jewish hitler's intrigued. So i've got a quote here. Wait he can unde- jewish himself ause. That would have prevented the holocaust up. Only shared that sacred knowledge. That's what hitler was hyper focused on. That's why he was putting them in. Concentration camps is because he wanted to grow back there foreskin to un jewish people right. Hitler did nothing wrong. You heard i didn't do nothing wrong. I mean i didn't. I didn't either. Her cheeks dope words in my mouth. Now don't check behind your ear check under your tongue. So i got he put words in my mouth all kit there for skin so the quote from the book is hans. First words were if you're serious about entering politics hair hitler. Why don't you learn how to speak. These are his first. Words is like an infant child to adolf hitler in nineteen twenty six eighty a master of body language honasan explained that hitler was not taking advantage of movement to emphasize his words in the next few years So this guy claimed it was Somebody who was at the party. They continued to meet briefly and hansson not only taught him the tricks of locution but also advised him on the selection of his associates. Basically said should what is the leading during talking and speeches and controlling crowd and you know gaining that attention he also said oh. You should be with this guy. Don't be friends with this guy. I heard from his wife that he's an asshole. I didn't sleep with her though. But don't be friends with this guy. Be friends with this guy. You know that kind of thing. Zam advised him to an asshole. Exactly somehow the magic So you know if that's true which there's no really reason why wouldn't be. It's just not something that can be proven. Yes it is a primary source. So he's this guy was there and he's going. Hey pointing hitler in a direction that's going to he saying why you wanna be in politics..

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Pressure Points

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"I know you're you're fixated on what the fuck which one is he honasan. So they they met at a wealthy socialites house where he was kind of performing a little bit he was a guest and he's growing back his force. He's going anti jewish hitler's intrigued. So i've got a quote here. Wait he can unde- jewish himself ause. That would have prevented. The holocaust only shared that sacred knowledge. That's what hitler was hyper focused on. That's why he was putting them in. Concentration camps is because he wanted to grow back there foreskin to un jewish people right. Hitler did nothing wrong. You heard i didn't do nothing wrong. I mean i didn't. I didn't either. Her cheeks dope words in my mouth. Now don't check behind your ear check under your tongue. He put words in my mouth. All kit there for skin. So the the quote from the book is hans. First words were if you're serious about entering politics hair hitler. Why don't you learn how to speak. These are his first. Words is like an infant child to adolf hitler in nineteen twenty six eight master of body. Language honasan explained that hitler was not taking advantage of movement to emphasize his words in the next few years. so this guy claimed it was Somebody who was at the party. They continued to meet briefly and hansson not only taught him the tricks of locution but also advised him on the selection of his associates. Basically said should what is the leading during talking and speeches and pulling a crowd and you know gaining that attention. He also said oh. You should be with this guy. Don't be friends with this guy. I heard from his wife that he's an asshole. I didn't sleep with her though. But don't be friends with this guy. Be friends with this guy. You know that kind of thing. Zam advised him to an asshole. Exactly somehow the magic So you know if that's true which there's no really reason why wouldn't be. It's just not something that can be proven. Yeah so he's besides it is a primary source so he's this guy was there and he's going. Hey pointing hitler in a direction that's going to he saying why you wanna be in politics. Hitler success but to our pointing him in a direction that also keeps eric yawn kansas and kind of follows alongside like an adviser role. Yeah without without being public enough and making hitler believed that it's his own decisions. Correct my bronze essentially. Yeah yeah the sleight of brain trick i see. He's we get so i. I actually found this. Kind of an aside to.

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"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"It's not a superstar for on the trajectory for trying to kill himself fund national local public tv. Yeah the david blanchett's blaine was like fucking drowning. Himself in boxes suspended over. No no but that was just a trick poison. His spikes and was like i will survive. And you're like will you like. Yeah he will because it's a trick. I mean idiot. Yeah but dumb ass it was just you thought that was real match this whole but it's just like he's he's making these bigger step. Yeah yeah it's it's the big steps it's unit. You know how much you can get away with so beginning in nineteen thirty. He moved his work exclusively to berlin. There's no longer can actually sets up like a show like a magic show. Oh a nightly show back through his grassroots so yeah he he starts during the day psychic consulting whoever whoever they want to and he started a publishing company so we started a magazine and a newspaper. That was all a colt. Focused do horoscopes. God of kobe. They they they all focused on astrology and so yeah Jesus so during these first little bit. He started realizing he had. This is my theory. He started realizing he. How the power through the publishing and he started purposely changing the horoscopes to match certain leaders birthdays essentially pointing people in a direction rather than predicting where they were in their lives. Right in no specific people would say. Oh they're going to gain massive power in the next six months Certain people of okay. Whose name is adolf is she what you're saying. Yeah in nineteen thirty two. He publicly predicted that. Hitler would become chancellor and that chancellor see chancellor i dunno chancellery. Whatever it is would eventually lead to a right wing dictatorship. While this guy's this guy is a psychic. Give him a platform at this time. Nobody actually knew that hitler was going. They actually thought he was going to be like a chancellor with parliament and like the full takeover wasn't going to happen so he actually did. I mean obviously some insight could really just reading a fucking newspaper. Yeah one one of the number so this was nineteen thirty two. This is reading a newspaper and a very close friend Potentially i mean he. He does have the connection. So it's fair. Yeah so. After that. Adolf hitler and haton end eric. Honasan met at least two times that year alone. Okay that's all. We know a lot of their meetings to two k. I lot of their meetings obviously weren't publicized. Well yeah it's expected. They met a lot more than that. It's because at the time. Eight office still really concerned with his public appearance wasn't he he. Yeah yeah there's a whole thing that's killed off his best friend who was a gay jewish man god jewish but he was gay So allegedly apparently. This is from a a biography. I think it was technically a biography called adolf hitler by john toland tallin apparently according to his sources they actually met in one thousand nine hundred ninety six at the home of a wealthy socialite. Hitler hitler and eric eric john hartson okay. Okay so they said you were going to call him beyond. No i said. I was gonna call them. Coniston yeah i just got there..

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"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"It's not a superstar for on the trajectory for trying to kill himself fund national local public tv. Yeah the david blanchette kill himself was like fucking drowning himself in boxes suspended over. No no but that was just a trick poison. His spikes and was like i will survive. And you're like will you like. Yeah he will because it's a trick. I mean idiot. Yeah but dumb ass it was just you thought that was real match this whole but it's just like he's he's making these bigger step. Yeah yeah it's it's the big steps it's unit. You know how much you can get away with so beginning in nineteen thirty. He moved his work exclusively to berlin. There's no longer can actually sets up like a show like a magic show. Oh a nightly show back through his grassroots so yeah he he starts during the day psychic consulting whoever whoever they want to and he started a publishing company so we started a magazine and a newspaper. That was all a colt focused. We do horoscopes. God of kobe. They they they all focused on astrology and so yeah Jesus so during these first little bit. He started realizing he had. This is my theory. He started realizing he had the power through the publishing and he started purposely changing the horoscopes to match certain leaders birthdays essentially pointing people in a direction rather than predicting where they were in their lives. Right in no specific people would say. Oh they're going to gain massive power in the next six months Certain people of okay. Whose name is adolf. I see what you're saying. Yeah in nineteen thirty two. He publicly predicted that. Hitler would become chancellor and that chancellor see chancellor i dunno chancellery. Whatever it is would eventually lead to a right wing dictatorship while this guy is. This guy is a psychic. Give him a platform at this time. Nobody actually knew that hitler was going. They actually thought he was going to be like a chancellor with parliament and like the full takeover wasn't going to happen so he actually did. I mean obviously some insight could really just reading a fucking newspaper. Yeah one one of the number so this was nineteen thirty two. This is reading a newspaper and a very close friend potentially he he does have the connection. So it's fair. Yeah so. After that. Adolf hitler and haton end eric. Honasan met at least two times that year alone. Okay that's all. We know a lot of their meetings to k- a lot of their meetings. Obviously weren't publicized. Well yeah it's expected. They met a lot more than that. It's because at the time. Eight office still really concerned with his public appearance wasn't he he. Yeah yeah there's a whole thing that's killed off his best friend who was a gay jewish man god jewish but he was gay So allegedly apparently. This is from a a biography. I think it was technically a biography called adolf hitler by john toland tallin apparently according to his sources they actually met in one thousand nine hundred ninety six at the home of a wealthy socialite. Hitler hitler and eric eric john hartson okay. Okay so they said you were going to call him beyond. No i said. I was gonna call them. Coniston yeah i just got there..

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"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

Pressure Points

03:56 min | 1 year ago

"hitler" Discussed on Pressure Points

"It's not a superstar for on the trajectory for trying to kill himself fund national local public tv. Yeah the david blaine. Try to kill himself. Blaine was like fucking drowning. Himself in boxes suspended over. No no but that was just a trick poison. His spikes and was like i will survive. And you're like will you like. Yeah he will because it's a trick. I mean idiot. Yeah but dumb ass it was just you thought that was real match this whole but it's just like he's he's making these bigger step. Yeah yeah it's it's the big steps it's unit. You know how much you can get away with so beginning in nineteen thirty. He moved his work exclusively to berlin. There's no longer can actually sets up like a show like a magic show. Oh a nightly show back through his grassroots so yeah he he starts during the day psychic consulting whoever whoever they want to and he started a publishing company so we started a magazine and a newspaper. That was all a colt. Focused do horoscopes. God of kobe. They they they all focused on astrology and so yeah Jesus so during these first little bit. He started realizing he had. This is my theory. He started realizing he had the power through the publishing and he started purposely changing the horoscopes to match certain leaders birthdays essentially pointing people in a direction rather than predicting where they were in their lives. Right in no specific people would say. Oh they're going to gain massive power in the next six months Certain people of okay. Whose name is adolf. I see what you're saying. Yeah in nineteen thirty two. He publicly predicted that. Hitler would become chancellor and that chancellor see chancellor i dunno chancellery. Whatever it is would eventually lead to a right wing dictatorship while this guy is. This guy is a psychic. Give him a platform at this time. Nobody actually knew that hitler was going. They actually thought he was going to be like a chancellor with parliament and like the full takeover wasn't going to happen so he actually did. I mean obviously some insight could really just reading a fucking newspaper. Yeah one one of the number so this was nineteen thirty two. This is reading a newspaper and a very close friend Potentially i mean he. He does have the connection. So it's fair. Yeah so. After that. Adolf hitler and haton end eric. Honasan met at least two times that year alone. Okay that's all. We know a lot of their meetings. Thirteen thirty two to k a lot of their meetings. Obviously weren't publicized. Well yeah it's expected. They met a lot more than that. It's because at the time. Eight office still really concerned with his public appearance wasn't he he. Yeah yeah there's a whole thing that's killed off his best friend who was a gay jewish man god jewish but he was gay So allegedly apparently. This is from a a biography. I think it was technically a biography called adolf hitler by john toland tallin apparently according to his sources they actually met in one thousand nine hundred ninety six at the home of a wealthy socialite. Hitler hitler and eric eric john harrison. Okay okay so they said you were going to call him beyond. No i said i was gonna call them coniston. Yeah i just get there..

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