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Our sick culture – Mein Kampf book sales surge January 10, 2014

Posted by Tantumblogo in Basics, disaster, Ecumenism, error, foolishness, General Catholic, persecution, sadness, scandals, sickness, Society.

Sales of Hitler’s biography/plan of action (kill the Jews/Catholics/non-aryans) have, mysteriously it seems, exploded.  The media, blinded by its left wing bias, blames this on “neo-nazis” and skinheads.  That, my friends, is ludicrous. There has not been a sudden surge in the number of neo-nazis and/or skinheads.  In fact, I thought those two groups were pretty much the same.

No, Jew-hatred has not dramatically increased on the right.  But it certainly has among the left, and viciously so.  The left, particularly in Europe but also on this continent, is becoming increasingly vitriolic in its bashing of Israel, which often serves as a thin mask for antisemitism.  But then again, we also have the usual unhinged Jew-hatred in radical muslims.  I’m certain they also make up a rather large slice of the rise in interest in Hitler’s program for racial purification (in fact, see below).

Notice what these two groups share in common: no Christian faith, and even a hatred for same.

For just a few sources on left-wing antisemitism, see the below:





Just Google left wing antisemitism and you’ll find hundreds more.

Now, the article on Mein Kampf sales:

Adolf Hitler’s anti-Semitic political testament “Mein Kampf” is surging up electronic book bestseller lists…….

….As of Wednesday, two electronic versions of “Mein Kampf” ranked 12th and 15th in the Politics & Current events section of the iTunes book store. On Amazon, Hitler’s polemic ranked number one in the Propaganda & Political psychology section. There are currently six e-book versions of “Mein Kampf.”

One explanation offered for the surge in electronic sales concerns the relative anonymity offered by e-books as compared to their printed counterparts.

“These are things that people would be embarrassed to read otherwise,” journalist Chris Faraone, who wrote about the trend for Vocativ.com told ABC News. “Books that people would probably be a bit more embarrassed to read or display or buy in public, they are more than willing to buy on their Kindle, or iPads.” [Embarrassed for now, maybe not so much later.  We must always remember that Nazism – National Socialism – was left wing.  It was not “far right.”  That’s asinine. The Nazi’s socialized millions of workers and de facto took over most German industry. They had socialized health care schemes and compulsory national education. There is no question they were left wing, and it is a coup of the highest magnitude that the Left has managed to convince most people they were somehow right wing.]

….The book has seen a resurgence in popularity in recent years. In 2005, when it was first published in Turkey, it sold 100,000 copies in two months alonethe Guardain reported, citing the book’s publishers. [Turkey’s islamist prime minister Erdogan has made Jew hatred a prime national policy]

Jewish leaders have expressed alarm that companies would profit from surging digital sales of “Mein Kampf.”

[Now, watch this…….] “While the academic study of Mein Kampf is certainly legitimate, the spike in ebook sales likely comes from neo-Nazis and skinheads idolizing the greatest monster in history,” World Jewish Congress CEO Robert Singer told ABC News in an emailed statement……

No, it doesn’t.  It doesn’t at all. There is ZERO evidence for sudden growth in either of these groups.  But as I show above, there has been an explosion of antisemitism on the left, to the extent that there is even now a group of far left wing professors in the “American Studies Association” which have been calling for universities to totally boycott ANY academic relationship with Israeli universities or academics.  That’s some powerful Jew hatred, there.  Fortunately, more and more universities are not just rejecting this boycott, they are leaving the pointless, leftist American Studies Association. I am proud my alma mater recently did so.

I must wonder why the WJC would identify right-wing neo-nazis as the culprit for this increase in interest, rather than islamists or leftists?  The WJC is quite left wing itself.  They may find it near-impossible to decry the growing antisemitism among their ideological “allies.”  Why they would not identify islamists, I have no idea, but such is leftism.  Islamists, to the left, are an exotic “other,” non-Christian and non-Western and thus, sacrosanct. It’s amazing to see, but this kind of blindness is very prevalent.

Unfortunately, for most American Jews, leftism is far more their religion than Judaism.  Even as the Left becomes increasingly anti-Israel and even antisemitic, most Jews remain solidly, unreservedly left wing.


1. Lorra - January 10, 2014

This truly is news to me – that it is the left that are anti-semites. Now I understand why they are always accusing the right of it. Hitler always said to vilify the opposition, and that no matter what goes wrong, blame the opposition.

2. James Prime - January 10, 2014

The common denominator of leftist groups is contempt for Christianity, which they perceive as intolerant right-wing. Liberals tolerating Islam to encumber Christianity is like the idiom of cutting off the nose to spite the face.

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4. Henry Law - January 11, 2014

Christians and Jews both need to recognise a shared interest here. Left and right are probably obsolete categories. Israel is the only country in the Middle East where Christians, Jews and Moslems can live safely. There are still too many Orthodox and secular Jews who are anti-Christian. Islam is anti-Jewish from its foundation – remember the pact between the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and Adolf Hitler. There are close similiarities between Mein Kampf and the Koran.

On the bright side there is a developing relationship between Hebrew-speaking Catholics mostly of Jewish origin, and the Arabic speaking Latin Rite Catholics, all of whom come under the jurisdiction of the Latin Catholic Patriarch of Jerusalem. Good news.

tantamergo - January 13, 2014

Israel is the only country within a radius of 1000+ miles, much more in some directions, with a growing Christian population, save for temporary increases in some countries due to refugees fleeing persecution elsewhere.

Pray for the Iraqi Catholics, many fled to Syria and are now having to flee again! The islamists want a Mideast totally denuded of Christians.

5. Baseballmom - January 12, 2014

Repeat the lie often enough and it becomes the truth….

Lorra - January 13, 2014

Which one? I can’t keep track of all of them anymore. 🙂

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