The original fab four.
You are disrespectful.
I prefer the term “iconoclast”.
Meme culture, how groundbreaking.
But you are familiar with satire. Perhaps you would like to discuss how technology drives change in human society instead. I did label the post “Joke of the day” however.
The “Beatles” – Made in Germany… Amplification of sound, Hysterical, adoring crowds, pop icons, fictional characters. I reckon the first “rock n roll”, what would then become the blueprint for all subsequent rock songs is Hans Baumann’s “Rebellen” – See ‘Songs Of The Reich’ – Hermitage Helm Corpus
Have your thoughts on Mein Kampf also changed? Or is it still THE BOOK?
Hitler was not a real personage, so Mein Kampf was a fictional book. The tradition of biographical works in litter-ratur is that a work that is not authentic is claimed to be “the true and authentic account of so and so”….But it is not true, the idea is to make it appear as it were true, when it is not, which is called “deceit”. In my case, I was tricked into believing that Mein Kampf was a real story, a true and faithful account, however, I realise that it was actually not real, and was merely another spurious version of human litter-ratur.
Someone like Serrano or Degrelle would have definitely known that Hitler was fictional, but they treated the story as a Christian minister would treat the Gospels of Jesus, a moralist play that could serve as religious instruction. The aim of litter-ratur is to make something that is not real seem as though it is real.
Simulation. Everything is a copy, and there is no real. But it is still painful, and I wouldn’t want an infection. So we are trapped in Hell, The Prison, because there is no “out” to get out to.
I was talking about the inner truth. As there is inner truth to Shakespeare so there is to Mein Kampf. Of the highest order. Wouldn’t you agree?
Yes, certainly, and in Shakespeare:
The historical dramatic play of Julius Caesar is re-enacted in the life of Hitler, however, the publishing details are different, so, instead of writing a drama and basing it on another drama, and claiming that original drama was real (as in the case of Julius Caesar) the dramatist of Mein Kampf pretends that the drama is the autobiographical work of a real man, which is false, but there is a long tradition of this in publishing, for exam-ple a play or book could start out as “this is the true and authentic account of so and so”, but it is not true or authentic, its just a lie, which is acceptable praxis in publishing and media and with humans and general.
Thus in Julius Caesar, Anthony addresses the body of Caesar – “Thou art the ruins of the noblest man that ever lived in the tide of the times.” But he never actually lived a real life, it is just a dramatic act. Like also where the plebs must be chided for doing any honour to Caesar or Hitler, because “all thy conquests, glories, triumphs, spoils, shrunk to this little measure.”
It’s all part of the story, you see, with Hitlerism being an updated version of Christianism, combined with Caesarism, and then combined with Hinduism, etc, in the case of EH. Because the story grows adapting, adopting more layers and complexities, which makes it harder to unravel.
Of course, the traditional objective of anything “occult” or “esoteric” is that it cannot be published. A published book is the antithesis of esoteric…LOL…So of course, Hitlerism, in an esoteric sense, is even more of a fallacy then pretending that it is real through false biography! To publish is to make known to the masses, to make public.
Yes, the author is the clown in the publishers circus. All scum, yourself included.
Minion, perhaps you would like to discuss how mechanical typography provided the basis for the development in human linguistics?
“Aryans must again burn books, and you must burn my books as well, even the printed word on pulp bodies of dead trees must be stopped, all lies must be burned, the digital screens deserve the same fate, until all the trade in lies is destroyed, it is the only way.” – Third Reich Pilgrim – The Ruins Of Power
Not terribly original….so will you be canning your next book, ceasing publishing and deleting this blog?…Or is this just more words/lies?
It is original, in fact, my thesis is original, but beyond your understanding, saucy minion.
Actually, I will be publishing my next book – Third Reich Pilgrim : Ghostland. If that’s ok with you? I have not given a date as yet as to when I will be burning my books.
“In this world that they have forced upon us, endless hatred must be engaged in for the sake of boundless love.” – Germania, Steve Hirst
Ohhh, Ghost Stories…cool!
Thou art but a half-hearted troll, but you are my troll.
Thou art a sore, a boil on a troll’s nose, and an offence to trolldom.
Caesar (Kaiser) was the leader of a popular party, and a Democrat, just like Hitler, but he became installed as Leader for life. He was seen as a lone figure, from fairly humble beginnings, who was against the corruption and rottenness of the politicians of his day. He believed in Providence, Fate, “Fate is mightier than Genius”. He was avert to military despotism, but was seen as the founder of a strict military order. He managed to overthrow the Aristocrats, was against the corrupt land owners and the Bankers. In war, he was known for his quick and fabulous victories. Most all he was loved by the people, whom saw him as their fearless liberator. In the end he is betrayed by those closest to him. With his death, Roman Republic or the People’s State, was destroyed. Hail Caesar, Heil Hitler. It is a very similar story, but then it is overlayed again with the Gospels, Hinduism, other Myths and Legends, etc. But they are all just stories.
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