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Who here has actually read mein kampf?

Postby JustTheTruth » 9 years 1 week ago (Wed Oct 06, 2010 1:02 pm)

I just ask because I have bothered to give it a good-old-read and found it to be completely different to what I anticipated.

This is not by any means an endorsement, but I think it should be standard reading material for all holocaust revisionists.

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Re: Who here has actually read mein kampf?

Postby SevenUp » 9 years 1 week ago (Wed Oct 06, 2010 3:08 pm)

JustTheTruth wrote:I just ask because I have bothered to give it a good-old-read and found it to be completely different to what I anticipated.

This is not by any means an endorsement, but I think it should be standard reading material for all holocaust revisionists.


Yep, completely different than what expected too. I'll give it an endorsement. Essential to understanding Hitler's motivation. And, I think it is probably a good analysis of the societal dynamics post WW I in Germany. It's online, which is where I read it. Chapter a day, or close to that. I just read Vol. 1.

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Re: Who here has actually read mein kampf?

Postby vladkampfer » 9 years 1 week ago (Wed Oct 06, 2010 4:22 pm)

I have read it and it is indeed quite different than what the hoaxers make it out to be. If you have the Mannheim edition, you can flip right to page 309, 'Development of Jewry' and it'll move in a nice detailed account of the events that United States of America would experience, a whole 30+ years before it'd transpire. (Democracy, liberalism, civil rights, etc.)

The book isn't banned in many countries because it's hate-speech or whatever-else, it's banned because it speaks the truth. You can tell that most folks in America haven't so much as touched the book, otherwise they'd realize all the "Kill the Jews" and "all races are inferior" is a bunch of hocus-pocus. But, as the quote on this website says, "You don't need to ban books, just get people to stop reading books."

I'd definitely endorse the book. Very worthwhile read, very informative. Read it more than once, and then one more time after that... followed by a few more times.

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Re: Who here has actually read mein kampf?

Postby Carolyn Yeager » 9 years 1 week ago (Sat Oct 09, 2010 10:10 pm)

Here's an article that says if any books should be banned, these five are the most likely prospects. Mein Kampf heads the list.
http://www.csmonitor.com/Books/chapter- ... ant-to-ban

The Marquis de Sade is in 5th place, after Did Six Million Really Die?

The author of the piece says, "Nazis torched thousands of books before training their fire on people." Heh, heh -- he doesn't say that only one book burning took place during the Third Reich and that was by university students who organized it themselves -- a minor bon-fire of "liberal, unGermanic" books from the school library and their personal collections, not every book that existed. After the war, the West German government has destroyed not only every book, but the printing plates as well, of books they don't approve of. Germar Rudolf's were destroyed this way.
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Re: Who here has actually read mein kampf?

Postby Carolyn Yeager » 9 years 3 days ago (Sat Oct 16, 2010 11:06 am)

AUDIO VERSION! For those who don't have time to read Mein Kampf, or those who like to listen to audio books, I've just been informed of a website that makes available the audio of the unexpurgated edition of "Mein Kampf" that was first published on March 21st, 1939 by HURST AND BLACKETT LTD., Publishers since 1812 :
http://www.nemw.net/html/ww2/meinkampf.html

You can also read it there in pdf format.
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