What? You don’t agree?
But… but… if you read the newspapers or watch the news on television, you will have noticed that the emergence of “right-wing extremists” in Europe is an alarming trend, to be countered at all costs.
These newscasters wouldn’t lie to you, now, would they?
Citizens are warned every day about “neo-fascists” and “neo-Nazis”. These dangerous demagogues are alleged to be prominent among the “xenophobic” nationalists who have done so well in recent elections all over Europe. The Powers That Be need citizens to keep an eye out for any recurrence of Nazism, so that it may be stamped out vigorously as soon as it appears.
The article below serves as a typical example of the “Beware of the Nazis!” genre. It concerns the emergence of cult among Nazi nostalgics centered on the grave of Rudolf Hess in Bavaria. From Reuters:
Bones of Nazi Hess exhumed from “pilgrimage” grave
(Reuters) — The remains of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler’s deputy Rudolf Hess have been exhumed from a grave in Bavaria after it became a pilgrimage [site] for thousands of right-wing extremists.
A church official in the southern town of Wunsiedel said on Thursday the tomb had been razed and its headstone removed after consulting with Hess’s family over how to handle the grave site.
“The bones were removed and brought to the crematorium, and the ashes are to be scattered at sea,” Peter Seisser said.
After World War Two, [Hess] was sentenced to life in prison at the Nuremberg war crimes trials, then hanged himself in Berlin’s Spandau Prison on August 17, 1987, at the age of 93.
Officials granted his wish to be buried in Wunsiedel, but earlier this year started preparing the transfer of the remains elsewhere because extremists had treated the grave — on which the phrase “I dared” was engraved — as a shrine.
Many far-right groups say Hess did not commit suicide but was killed by British military guards in prison, and conspiracy theories about the Nazi, who was interested in the occult, abound.
Extremist groups often portray him as a martyr figure, and some from as far away as Oregon and California have organised memorials for him in the past, including a number of outdoor ‘white power’ rock concerts.
But here comes the most important part of this story:
The annual pilgrimage of neo-Nazis in Wunsiedel peaked in 2004, when authorities say some 5,000 people came from across Europe, including left-wing counter protesters.
That’s right: at the peak of their resurgence, the neo-Nazis could muster only five thousand people, including counter-protesters, coming in from all over Europe.
Wouldn’t Lady Gaga draw a crowd ten times as large for one of her shows? Or even a hundred times, if the venue could hold that many?
Heck, I’d wager that the Flat Earth Society could muster a better turnout, even on a rainy day!
Seriously: five thousand people from all over Europe converged on Bavaria for their annual pilgrimage? That’s pathetic.
As I have said many times before: the Nazis in Europe are a sick joke. Their idolatry is evil, but their numbers are laughable.
This preoccupation with a “Nazi resurgence” has nothing to do with reality. It is a mind parasite that has invaded the brains of most Westerners. The obsession with fascists and Nazis is a symptom of our own mental illness.
Rather than examine the world around us, we stare into the mirror. And what do we see there? Nothing more than the devils of our own febrile fantasies.
Meanwhile, millions upon millions of people who hate Jews and admire Adolf Hitler crowd the streets of European cities, eager to overthrow the existing order and establish a totalitarian regime.
And yet all our focus is on a handful of cranks and loons who make pilgrimages to the grave of a dead Nazi!
What sort of madness is this that has come upon us? Who will exorcise this demon from our collective soul?
The Nazis are dead, but we demand they be revenant. We exhume their rotting corpses so that they may walk again amongst us.