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MEIN KAMPF by Adolf Hitler - A demystification!

VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS

It is foretold! The torrential flow of inexorable destiny!

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Commentary - The mentioned nations

In the book, a few nations have been mentioned a number of times. One is Italy, second is France, and third is Japan, apart from mention about India, and Africa. There is also some resounding mention of the USA. However, the most powerful mention is about England. In fact, the usage England sort of overshadows the mention of the word Britain or Great Britain.


A very powerful mood of appreciation and admiration for England, English qualities and English colonialism in particular, and to Great Britain in general is there in the book. In all comparisons, be military, political leadership, colonialism, patriotism and much else, there is a very stubborn message that England and English qualities are to be appreciated, and if possible connected to. Could the author be after-all an Anglophile?


Well, this question seems to be in the weird realms of idiotic nonsense. For, how could it be so, if this very person was later to wage a war, and that too, a world war, which he lost and miserably lost just because he happened to feel that he could conquer England?


There are very many a word in this book that more or less states very candidly that it is next to impossible to defeat the English.


Then what was in store in his destiny that he also went headlong into the very stupidity that he had cautioned others in this book? Therein lies a great secret that the great author of this good quality book did not know about.


MEIN KAMPF is not exactly a great book. It does fall short of being a great book. Yet, there are a lot of insights in this book which could be quite fabulous content. In fact, a lot of the passages and sentences in this book can be used as quotable quotes. Why many people refrain from using them as common quotes thus is due to the ignominy associated with the author’s name.


A few days back there was a conversation inside VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS’ trainee Community Group:


QUERY: thank you for these valuable historical inputs. Most of these information are new to me. I think I never studied that a communal clash happened just after independence that caused 10 lakh (1 million) deaths, from school textbooks.


Where did you get this version or perspective of history? Could you please mention the reference? Is it from British books? END of QUERY


MY ANSWER: I generally do not base my information on any history books as such. It comes from a different perspective of viewing things.


For instance, even my understanding that English is different from feudal languages is not from any books. This is an information, which even English native-speakers do not have. END of ANSWER


When I mention this in the community, there was no argument about the content or item which I said that is ‘an information, which even English native-speakers do not have’. It is an information which is quite known and accepted as right the moment it is mentioned in feudal language nations, if the people are honest enough to admit it. And once it is pointed out, everyone of rectitude does accept that this single factor is the most powerful social motivating, designing, defining and controlling code in the social set.


This is the exact information that was missed throughout the book by the author of Mein Kampf.

Book details


Commentary - Preface to the denuding


Commentary - The ‘Aryan’ ambivalence


Commentary - The mentioned nations


Commentary - Where I stand


Commentary - German, the language


Commentary - Call to arms


Commentary - Born in the wrong place


Commentary - The Good versus the great!


Commentary - What might be lost in the translation!


Commentary - The desecration of ENGLAND!


Commentary - Practical steps to set-up an organisation in a feudal language nation


Commentary - The writing of the book!


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