Television, computers, tape recorders, satellite dishes, cellular phones, plastics, synthetics, sulfa drugs, helicopters and jet aircraft. Today we take all of these things for granted. But just a few short generations ago these commonplace items were unknown. Where did they come from who made it possible for us to enjoy these things?
All of the above had their origin in a time and place that also furnished us with over 300,000 other inventions-a place that laid the foundations for both modern telecommunications and an entire space program, a place that probed the outer limits of geophysics and gave us a whole new understanding of our universe.
It was the same place that showed us how to build a modern interstate-highway system and gave us the electron microscope, a device which has transformed research in medicine and the biological sciences and opened up the wonders of the microcosm, that incredible world of inner space. Where was it?
ANSWER: all of these achievements occurred within a remarkable short but innovative, 12-year period that has forever revolutionized the course of human progress. The place was National Socialist Germany under none other than—Adolf Hitler.
Not only was NS Germany on the cutting edge of scientific and technological advancement but between 1933 and 1945 it vigorously sought to improve the quality of life for all of its citizens. It provided full employment for its people and under took energetic measures to ensure occupational safety and better working conditions.
It was the first industrialized nation to produce the 40-hour week, and with the installation of special filters at coal-burning facilities—“scrubbers”— it was the first to take proactive steps to protect the environment by reducing air-pollution emissions. It provided affordable housing for the ordinary citizen, along with the sound system of national healthcare. It offered numerous recreational and cultural element amenities to average working people and their families including an expensive vacation Tours and cruises—available to the citizens of no other country.
It smashed usury and economic parasitism and restored the family farm as a valued part of the nation, treating all honest labor with the dignity and respect it deserves. It established a stable, debt-free economy and designed a dependable, inexpensive automobile—the Volkswagen—that every family could afford.
It was a pioneer in the fields of preventive medicine and racial hygiene and gave every encouragement to the fine arts in all forms of ennobling creative activity. Even the famous Olympic rings and the torch-held relay at the opening of the modern games were first introduced here. The list goes on and on...
Unfortunately, Adolf Hitler has never been given the credit he deserves for all those many things we enjoy today, things which have enriched and better the lives of hundreds of millions around the world. Instead he is vilified and defamed, and the most vile and disgusting lies are told about him by media monopoly which serves as a mouthpiece for some very powerful vested interests. These are the same special interests which were so jealous of him and hated him so much, that they were willing to plunge an entire world into war to destroy him.
The good news is that despite all the destruction and the death of millions—deaths which these very interests themselves caused—they were unsuccessful. Today Adolf Hitler and his cause lives on—as do the many wonderful and useful things he gave us and which we now enjoy.
So the next time you turn on your television set, start up your computer, player tape recorder or board a jet airliner, take just a moment to remember where it all began. And the next time you hear all those vicious lies and all that hate against Adolf Hitler, stop to think about all the wonderful things he actually did and how he improved the lives of countless millions.
HAIL HIS VICTORY! 83