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The German People were left struggling after World War I This enabled a Totalitarian Nazi party lead by Hitler rise to power Mien Kampf outlines German superiority the philosophy of the folkish state And the Foreign policy of it At this time of tremolo Germany was full of discontent after the first World War and its consequences imposed on the German people Hitler believes that the German people are of a superior civilisation He believes that they are the leaders of all aspects of life Human culture and civilisation on this continent are inseparably bound up with the presence of the Aryan If he dies out or declines the dark veils of an age without culture will again descend on the globe Hitler Mien Kampf Hitler holds his people on a pedestal that he believes is close to that of the lord and to lay a hand on this idolisation he believes is to commit sacrilege The future of the folkish state is a major concern of Hitler party and so the folkish philosophy of life corresponds to the innermost will of nature since it restores that free play of forces which must lead to a continuos mutual higher breeding Hitler Mein Kampf The way people are begetting in Hitler view is to inefficient and should be revised The pool of German genes are tainted by the inferior un-german Our German nationality unfortunately is no longer based on a unified racial nucleus The blending process of the various original components has advanced so far that we might speak of a new race On the contrary the poisonings of the blood which have befallen our people especially since the thirty years war have led not only to the decomposition of our blood but also of our soul Hitler Mein Kampf those views of aryanian superiority would seem very interesting to the German people because This is a light in the thick fog of
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