"The efficiency of the truly national leader consists primarily
in preventing the division of the attention of a people,
and always in concentrating it on a single enemy."
Adolf Hitler
(1889-1945) German Nazi Dictator
Mein Kampf, 1925-27
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I feel it was adequate in supplying the necessary information on ememies
 -- James Thoruogh, Jamestown     
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    A genius in understanding human nature for the purpose of manipulation.
     -- warren, olathe     
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     -- Anonymous      
    "We are socialists, we are enemies of today's capitalistic economic system for the exploitation of the economically weak, with its unfair salaries, with its unseemly evaluation of a human being according to wealth and property instead of responsibility and performance, and we are all determined to destroy this system under all conditions." -Adolph Hitler
     -- Dave, USA     
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    This was mere justification for the murder of those who opposed Hitler's tyranny. Hitler was all about controlling everyone, and what else does one say, other than that he's against division among people. Adolf Hitler was a monster, and anything he says must be viewed from that starting point.
     -- John, Lenoir, NC     
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    I'm not sure how to rate this. As warren above stated - the application on the vast majority of "borg" / "sheeple" is very accurate (5 stars). A giant thumbs down for how easily it is to implement that which is so absolutely antithetical to liberty, rights, natural/constitutional/common law, justice, peace and prosperity. Welcome to Amerika where the true national leaders are destroying this nation by focusing the single enemy perspective - left to right, right to left.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    He chose the Jews to hate which was justified as far as the Rothschilds were concerned. The mass slaughter of so many others was totally unjustified and most Germans did not know it was happening.
     -- cal, Lewisville, Texas     
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    The profundity of the states of hypnosis in which many exist is virtually depthless.

    Commonly, the power to control is predicated upon the ability to mesmerize.
     -- Patrick Henry, Red Hill     
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    Politics 101. Divide and conquer. It is what a 'national' leader must do. The difference between nationalism and federalism is the difference between authoritarian and republican governments.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    This is the precise idea behind the left's present demonisation of whitey, and all that's traditionally Christian-American; the fascist left's dogma of attacking Our Liberty cannot work as long as they cannot gain the high ground from We Patriots - therefor conservative whitey must be the focal point of lefty sedition.

    Hitler was correct, and it's what empowers The Donald, as the Orange Sunrise shines daily upon the swamp which all decent Americans despise

    E Archer has warped perspective: there is absolutely NO DOWNSIDE in the zealous practice of American (or any other) Nationalism -- which is exactly why TPTB must squelch its appeal and cast it as somehow wrong to be proudly Patriotic -- BECAUSE THE INDIVIDUAL SOVEREIGN IS THE TARGET OF THE NWO.

    Mike in Norwalk apparently has zero interest nor ability to discern the very real differences between Constitutional Right, and fascist immoral left. OUR LIBERTY IS NOT UP FOR GRABS, you lefties can go find some common "middle ground" somewhere over in EU where lefty lunacy reigns supreme alongside the raping-pillaging islamic monsters your ilk is supporting
     -- Mark W., Aurora, CO     
    Mark W., from Aurora, CO; I smile - you are obviously very new to this site. I'm not exactly sure how you came to the conclusion you did about what Archer or I wrote. I understand the "laws of nature and of nature's God" (Declaration of Independence") = natural/constitutional/common law, liberty, inalienable rights, peace and prosperity and am a huge proponent thereof. I also am very aware of the giant chasm between the de jure jurisprudence with related principles of such and the left/right paradigm killing what once was being sought. I understand that the occupying statist theocracy infesting this land (left to right) is antithetical to natural/constitutional/common law, liberty, justice, peace and prosperity by their genuflecting in obedience to compelled compliance, government licenses, victimless crimes, larceny with impunity (2nd plank of the communist manifesto, Social Security, police state confiscations, etc.), nature's endowed inalienable rights and all other demonic implementations of the left/right paradigm. Please stick around - read and comment more here, the more perspectives there are, the more interesting it is.
     -- Mike, Norwalk     
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    Mark, I do believe I understand your perspective on the American 'national' who is recognized from birth as a sovereign individual. But, I must disagree that "There is absolutely NO DOWNSIDE in the zealous practice of American (or any other) Nationalism" -- how about German Nationalist Socialist Democracy? How about the fascism of Mussolini and Franco? And FDR?

    I am making a distinction between federalism and nationalism. Nationalism is statism, centralized government. Federalism is an association of sovereign states, with strictly limited powers. Nationalism centralizes power, while federalism respects the sovereign powers of the states -- at least that is what their charter declares.
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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    I'd like to see Americanism given a try. How about we let him/her be for a while, without the yoke, without the blinders, braces, and needle in the arm. Let their overflowing cups nurture their little 'jurisdictions.' Fulfillment comes naturally, it is the by-product of a giving nature. An American is the 'noble sovereign' living honorably and harmoniously with fellow sovereign Americans. Equal in rights, yet unequal in ages, sexes, abilities, properties, religions, cultures, and interests. Independent and inter-dependent, the American enjoys Liberty because he grants it to everyone else. But there is no 'leader' of Americans per se, our way is based upon principle not populist nationalism (as I have described it).
     -- E Archer, NYC     
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